Review: Jabra TAG

The Jabra Tag combines music and call control with a built-in FM radio all within a small little unit, which you can where around your neck like dog tags.

Now you can listen to your favourite tunes from your phone or your favourite radio station while you’re on the go.

Users just plugin the included noise isolating in-ear earphones which you can use to listen to the built-in FM radio or connect it up to 2 devices to via Bluetooth and listen to your music and/or answer phone calls.

It’s just that simple.

The good thing about the Jabra TAG is, you’re keeping your phone safe in your pocket while you play music, change tracks, turn up the volume and take or make calls, all wirelessly.

With it automatic switching, it will switch between your music and to the call at a touch of a button and when it ends you can go back to enjoying your tracks.

It even comes with up to 7 hours of music time and 8 hours of talk time.


Wireless Technology: Bluetooth
Bluetooth version: 3.0
Auto Pairing: Yes
NFC Near Field Communications – Perimeter Pairing: No
Music Streaming: Yes
Frequency Response: Hifi
Digital Signal Processing: Yes
Microphone Type: Omni Directional/noise filter
Microphone Sensitivity: Standard (E-STD)
Mute function: Yes
Talk Time: Up to 8 hours
Standby Time: Up to 204 hour(s)
Music streaming time: 7 hours
USB Charging: Yes
Battery Status Indicator: Charge alert
Wearing Style:

  • Clip
  • In the ear devices are worn in the ear
  • Dog tag/Lanyard

Weight: 30 grams
Length: 56mm
Width: 34mm
Depth: 8mm

Ear Cushion Type:

  • Ear gels L
  • Medium (M) sized ear gels
  • Small (S) sized ear gels
Digital Signal Processing: Yes
Movement Sensors: No
Vibrator: No

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