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Jabra JX10 Cara Bluetooth Headset Review

In the same vein as some of the $70,000+ diamond encrusted phones that I have come across, Jabra have decided to add some luxury to their bestselling JX10 Bluetooth headset line with a new model that is literally covered in real 24 carat gold…

Jabra JX10 Cara

Aptly named the Jabra JX10 Cara (pictured above) this Bluetooth headset and its rather extensive bundled accessory kit (below) offers an excellent wireless option for those Treonauts wishing to go beyond just technical specifications and into the realm of “bling”.  With 24 carat gold applied not only to the body of the headset (adding 0.15 oz to its weight compared to previous models) but also to the tip of the earloop and the charging cradle the Cara is undoubtedly designed to make a wealth statement.

Jabra JX10 Cara Kit

As should be expected, the very elegant JX10 Cara box includes the most impressive accessory kit yet with a:

  • Wall Charger
  • Car Charger
  • USB Charging Cable
  • Charging Cradle
  • Leather Carrying Box
  • Leather and Stainless Steel Neckband (image below)

Jabra JX10 Cara Leather Neckband

Overall, the Jabra JX10 Cara shares the same high specifications as other models in this range with very good inbound and outbound call quality.  The pocketability of this headset also remains one of its main features and in this particular case the additional weight of the 24 carat gold plating actually gives the Cara a much better feel in your hand. 

Priced at $249.95 however it is the most expensive BT headset that I have come across yet and will likely only appeal to those intent on demonstrating that cash is flowing out of their wallets…

Treonauts are always covered in gold

Posted by Andrew on October 9, 2007 at 12:14 PM

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by Dave Hartman | Oct 9, 2007 2:24:00 PM

And the funnest thing about it is that, like my non-gold version, it will probably break within a week. Given the conspicuous consumption demographic of this little trinket, I suggest that they sell them by the 6-pak, which should be about a 6 week supply.

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