The lightweight Eclipse Wireless Bluetooth Headset from Jabra weighs only 0.19 ounces and has a frequency range of 20 Hz to 20 kHz, making it suitable for taking phone calls, providing voice-guided driving directions, and listening to music and podcasts. The included carrying case not only holds the headset securely, but also charges it for an additional 7 hours of talk time, providing a total talk time of 10 hours.
Eclipse connects to Google Now and Siri to provide spoken updates for email, text messages, phone calls, and music. With the Jabra Assist app, you can customize audio quality and spoken language, as well as text message readout (Android only). The Find my Jabra/Car function is able to locate recent known locations of the headset so that you never lose it in your car, and you can make the headset emit a sound so that it's easier to find. There is a battery meter on the device itself, and the app informs you when the battery drops below 10%. Setting up the Eclipse is easy with the step-by-step guide on the Jabra Assist app.