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  • Aliph Jawbone Icon Series – The Rogue Bluetooth Headset Earpiece
  • New ICON Series – The Rogue facilities military-grade NoiseAssassin 2.5
  • Exclusive Interface with iPhones as well as others provides oral updates, delivering in-ear Caller ID, Battery Status & more.
  • Offers the many ergonomic options of any headset (includes 7 earbuds as well as discretionary earloop to safeguard the fast fit)
  • The ultimate as well as many worldly Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Technology!

Product Description
ICON – The Rogue facilities military-grade NoiseAssassin 2.5, for intelligible communication. NoiseAssassin 2.5 delivers many appropriate in category sound cancellation, breeze termination as well as call quality. Easily bond as well as undo with dedicated on/off switch. Spoken updates keep we connected, delivering in-ear tourist ID, battery standing as well as more. Offers the many ergonomic options of any headset (includes 7 earbuds as well as discretionary earloop to safeguard the fast fit).

New Genuine Retail Package Aliph Jawbone Icon Series – The Rogue – Bluetooth Headset



5 Reviews

  1. Parker says:

    I never purchased a Bluetooth headset before but I eventually found the need for one when driving and when talking to friends on my PS3. After doing my research I came to the conclusion the Jawbone Rogue is the nicest one available to the public. This Bluetooth isn’t flashy with lights blinking and such. It looks sexy, sleek, and simple – and also lets you feel like less of a tool for wearing it. I wear mine in my car or in my home only so it didn’t really matter to me how it looks, although, this one is easily the most attractive one available (as of 2/10/10). It looks expensive because it is. If you want a pretty good Bluetooth you will spend around $50-$75. I figured what the hell, what’s another $25? This thing is the best one on the market, no doubt about it. Get this if you can get over spending $100 for a Bluetooth.

    The only downside to me is that no Bluetooth is small enough. I wish they would come out with one that would fit in the ear and be so small that it was hard to notice. But that technology isn’t available to the public yet, maybe a few more years. In the meantime, this thing works and looks great.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. J. Lange says:

    I’ve previously purchased and enjoyed (5 stars) the Jawbone 2 and Jawbone Prime. So I really expected the same enjoyment from the newest addition to the Jawbone family. It looks great and has the largest collection of ear buds of any headset I’ve used or tested. Advantages: Looks; feel; iPhone interface (battery meter!); customizable notifications. Disadvantages: I really don’t like the adjustable ear loop. I prefer the bendable type that say where you put them. Maybe Jawbone could make one of the old style ear loops to fit the clip on type of the Icon. My only other problem with it is the voice quality. It sounds like they used a cheaper speaker in the headset. The previous two sounded great.

    All in all, I would recommend this to a friend.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. G. Vasquez says:

    This is my second Jawbone, I had the Jawbone 2 worked great. I upgrade to this one because of the new features that work great with the iphone. Battery life is so much better also! The noise canceling feature is the best and works awesome! And the add switch to turn it off and on is great.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Jason says:

    I recently purchased the Jawbone Icon and Plantronics Voyager Pro at the same time so that I could test them both out and return the “loser” in my tests.

    I’ve owned several Plantronics models over the years have never been particularly impressed by their noise reduction capabilities. The new Voyager Pro turned out to be no exception.

    I performed identical tests in my home, leaving voicemails for myself to test the sound quality of both headsets under various conditions. My tests included:

    Sitting on the couch with the TV louder than I normally listen to it
    Sitting on the couch with music playing pretty loudly
    Standing at the kitchen sink with the water running
    Coffee grinder running
    Silent room (to test general voice quality between the two headsets)

    After listening to the voicemails I left for myself with each headset, the Icon was the clear winner. Noise cancellation was MUCH better with the Icon (at least with my iPhone – perhaps other cell phones would have different results). In a silent room, the voice quality for both headsets sounded pretty much on par from what I could tell.

    I also called a friend and repeated these same tests during a “live” phone call and he confirmed that the Icon was the clear winner on his end as well.

    The only thing I didn’t test was wind noise, but that’s not a particularly common scenario for me. Mainly, I needed to ensure that I can work in public places such as coffee shops and not have my clients distracted by background noise and the Icon seems like it will do just that!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Baboli says:

    Bluetooth worked great. Everyone I talked to could not tell I was using a bluetooth, which is a dramatic comparison to the ones I’ve previously used. The price is obviously higher than some ‘value’ ear pieces, but I think it’s worth the money.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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