I was at AT&T (God I hate giving them money)... but no one else in this town carries anything of worth for phone accessories, not saying AT&T does but better than most.
I bought a Jabra Crusier 2 thinking It would fit the bill and knowing that I can return it in 30 days. Well I got it out immediately and hooked it up. I must have looked like a moron because I was practically shouting at the device "Call" and I didn't receive a response. I thought maybe I was doing something wrong until I realized that the unit does not appear to take voice commands........... Are you f'ing kidding me? Hands free...... Yes, just simply reach above your head to your sun visor and press a button, hands free<<<<<???
So as much as the reviews about the Jabra Cruiser 2 may have been glowing, this does not seem to be in the same class as the Motorola Roadster 1 or 2 that I was considering in comparison. The Jabra did seem to have tons of reviews praising it for the call clarity where the Motorola reportedly fell short. However the Cruiser 2 can only read text messages, not send them, the Roadster can do both. The Motorola also has 20 hours of talk time to the Jabra 14 hours, big difference. From what I can tell, you can do all commands on the Motorola via voice, something this Jabra does not do, it requires you to answer and end calls by physically pushing the button.
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