It is cold and wet outside; motivation to do anything is at an all-time low and the news keep threatening me with the return of everyone’s least favorite rhyme-based storm. My good friends at Jabra however, are feeling far more optimistic and have taken it upon themselves to send some positivity my way and get me moving again.
This has taken the form of a brand-new pair of Jabra Move Style Edition headphones. Even the name takes the edge off the grey skies and my ears are now warm, so it’s a 10/10 before I even turn them on.
I’m glad I did though; they pack a mighty punch for such a lite-weight product. Not too bulky, not too, tight the headphones integrated seamlessly into my life and don’t make my head feel like they’re trapped in a vice after an hour of favourite playlists. This is quite the skill that is often overlooked in other headphones that I have tried.
It is not just the level of comfort that made for a seamless pairing; effortless Bluetooth connection to my phone meant I could hit the ground running without getting caught in a tangle. But if you do miss the good old days a 35mm wire is included.
It was nice to know I had the safety net of an analogue connection so to speak, but with an impressive 14 hours battery life (plus 12 hours standby), I had to be pretty far off the grid to be caught out without any juice left.
The quality of the sound puts me in a good mood, I found myself missing the deep base when not wearing them. You know you’re on to something good when you’re seeking new music as an excuse to use your headphones more.
With all the praise I was giving my new toy, my partner decided she wanted in on the action and would take them for a spin. She made a convincing argument that she is a better mover (she’s a dancer) and has more style (an ongoing debate) than me. So I reluctantly shared and I haven’t seen her take them off since. With the functionality to take and make calls, these headphones were designed to keep you moving. Not just a fun name after all.
Available in three sophisticated colours – Titanium Black, Gold Beige and Navy Blue – these headphones are perfect for anyone looking for a high-end sound without breaking the bank.
To sum up, February is cold and a little dull but if you can find yourself some great music (ask around if you’re short of inspiration) and grab a pair of Jabra Move Style Edition, I guarantee it will make everything better. Just like a big meal and long lie in, top quality sound can change your mood in a heartbeat. All I need to do now is get my pair back from my partner before I become all melancholic again.
Keep your eyes peeled for their launch here www.jabra.co.uk
Sam Brady is a London based freelance writer and photographer covering travel and lifestyle.
Photographs courtesy of Jabra