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Jabra Move Style review: A stylish set of wireless headphones with well-balanced sound

The Move Style combines fabric and metal for a unique look.

, ET Bureau|
May 25, 2019, 11.02 PM IST
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The lightweight design, well-padded headband and plush earcups makes them really comfortable.
Price: Rs 7,299

This is the upgraded version of last year’s Jabra Move wireless and it offers improved design and performance. The big change here is the appearance. Instead of the usual boring plastic, the Move Style combines fabric and metal for a unique look. The lightweight design, well-padded headband and plush earcups makes them really comfortable.

However, it is an on-the-ear design instead of over-the-ear design which means that they don’t do too well when it comes to noise isolation. You can’t rotate or fold them for storage/travel either.
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The Move Style combines fabric and metal for a unique look.

Where the Jabra impresses most is the sound quality – the output is well balanced with just the right amount of bass. It’s even got a wide soundstage, something we don’t normally see in mid-range headphones. Battery life is good too. We got close to 15 hours of use from a full charge. In case the battery runs out, you can use it as wired headphones with the provided 3.5mm cable. Overall, if you are looking for a stylish set of wireless headphones with well-balanced sound, the Jabra Move Style will not disappoint.

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