• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Multi device

    • Written by from Doonside

    With this Bluetooth gadget you can connect 2 device on the same time. I now have connected my iPhone and the ipad together same time with single gadget.

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Garbage and NOT compatible with Mac

    • Written by from Strathmore

    We bought 2 of these and took them both back after 6 months and bought Blue Ants.

    They are garbage. They look great and the speaker quality is very good...when it works

    50% of the time people can't hear me - usually when call me.

    25% it works fine like it should

    The other 25% it is WAY TOO LOUD. You cannot reduce the volume and the Jabra web site is littered with the same complaint. They released firmware recently and guess what, it's only offered to PC users and there are NO PLANS to release a Mac version!

    In the end, we gave up. Have had 3 of there products now and there wont be any others. Save your money

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    battery dead after 11 months

    • Written by from Boulder

    I liked this product, but the battery no longer holds a charge after less than a year of use (and not heavy use). Caveat emptor!

    4 of 4 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great product.

    • Written by from Pierrefonds

    Just purchased a few days ago, I recommend it. As for the FM transmitter, there are NO perfect ones. This is a hands free Bluetooth product.

    2 of 3 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    One small issue!

    • Written by from Blairgowrie

    I really like this device. I bought an older car with no fancy Bluetooth connections to the audio equipment so this works just fine but having a Scottish accent doesn't go too well with the device. I've found myself having to put on a fake American accent to get it to play music from my iPhone as any word starting with P seems to take it straight to Pair Device. Other than that very good!

    16 of 21 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Jabra freeway lousy FM

    • Written by from Etobicoke

    I bought this Jabra to replace a very cheap Fm transmitter that, every 20-30 seconds made a clicking noise, 4 o 5 clicks. I love the freeway Bluetooth portion, but the FM transmitter fails completely. Noise in every station. My cheap Fm is much much better.

    7 of 10 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Jabra Freeway Works Great!

    • Written by from Richmond hill

    I am not sure why so many people have provided negative reviews. I started using this product yesterday. It is the best bluetooth speaker I have ever used (and I have had many of them). I am using with both the Iphone 4S and 5. Great sound, clear reception, very intuitive, pairs nicely. Excellent product so far.

    9 of 10 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    The most hassle-free device I own - I love it!

    • Written by from Glendora

    I got the Jabra Freeway as a gift from my daughter. She has one and really likes it, so she bought me one for my birthday. I think it's great.

    The Jabra pairs easily with everything, my iPhone5, my old Droid, and my laptop.

    The range is incredible. I can leave my iPhone plugged-in and charging, and take the speaker with me and listen to music or talk anywhere in my house.

    Everyone says they can hear me clearly when talking in my car.

    I would absolutely recommend it.

    6 of 8 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Ottawa

    This product is garbage. I've paired this device with my iPhone 5, and have had nothing but frustration. The speaker is way too loud, can't be reduced to an acceptable volume. Voice dial launches music. Device buttons are not intuitive at all, voice control slow and unresponsive. FM transmitter noisy on every channel. Just a piece of junk that's going back.

    11 of 15 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great features, subpar FM

    • Written by from Weston

    This is an overall good unit - all features work as advertised with the exception of the FM Transmitter. So first and foremost - if you're looking for a handsfree kit - this does the job well. Speaker system on it is best in its class for a device of this size.

    However, the downside:

    In my experience the FM transmitter is only good after unscrewing my car's external antenna. Before removing it I am receiving terrible static and interference constantly - the audio is simply a torture to listen to. I also want to add that chargers and other electronic devices will cause distorted sound.

    In short, the FM transmitter is extremely susceptible to static interference. Only after removing the car's antenna was this feature usable. Even so, it still get's fairly frequent sounds that are both distracting and annoying. That said, it is bearable now.

    Overall a very good product, with fairly accurate voice recognition. If the FM transmitter was improved I'd give this five stars.

    5 of 5 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Not a good handsfree device

    • Written by from Mississauga

    Lots of issues make this device too frustrating. First, auto connect and disconnect, an important feature, but this device does not auto disconnect well, it takes 15 minutes after you leave your car (meaning sound, email and text alerts, music, even the clicks as you type your passwords, come out in your car rather than on your phone for that next quarter hour). Some of those sounds do that because of the A2DP feature, which there is no way to turn off. The FM transmitter does not work well, very noisy. The voice recognition is one of the worst I have ever tried (I have a normal clear voice with no accent), often causing the device to play music or do things I did not request, and I often have to repeat voice commands 3-5 times, and push buttons to cancel the misinterpretations. The voice prompts are a mix of both male and female, which is annoying. Voice volume to callers was fine, but voice quality was not great, and the mic pickup seems very dependant on device position. The speaker/sound quality is the best I've heard, but the other aspects of the device make it far too frustrating to use. I also had to exchange the first unit I got because of it being defective (had a constant high pitch tone, and a hiss, all the time the device was active). I chose another mfrs device that is far superior in every way, made by M.

    95 of 102 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Herston

    I felt I needed to let others know that this speakerphone is the most impressive device I have ever used. It simply works without drama. I charged the Jabra, took it to the car, turned it on, authorized the pairing with my iPhone and it connected. It has clear audio, sensible usable menus and in very unobtrusive in the care. |I think this product is another rare one that "just works".

    29 of 30 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Watch out for Voice Assist

    • Written by from Victoria

    The speakerphone works fine. The sound quality through its on speakers is good and the mic is pretty good for a speakerphone. It lasts about a week in my car between charges and can be recharged from the cigarette lighter socket in your car.

    CAUTION ***************
    Voice Assist was dialed without my consent. This ended up with a long distance charge of 180 minutes and about $60 as it dialed (416) 800-0414 without my knowledge. Took 15 minutes talking to tech support at Voice Assist and they told me nothing they can do about it, its Jabra's problem. Jabra apparently has a firmware upgrade that you can do to disable the Voice Assist.

    107 of 118 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Looks good...BUT does not understand commands!

    • Written by from Edmonton

    When and IF you can make a voice call it works great on it's own speakers! FM does not work worth a hoot, no matter what frequency u use or at least in my area! Ipod works great on FM! It has a HUGE problem understanding commands and if you do get thru the 1st command the phone command lady can't understand simple sounding names most of the time! She majors in saying GOODBYE! I have 2 of these Freeways and both are the same and both are going back to where i got them from!

    46 of 50 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Pretty good

    • Written by from LONDON

    Very good quality sound, bought this for my boyfriend and incoming calls sound amazing. He used to have a Blue Ant that died, the call quality was really bad and they could barely hear him on the other line. The whole free 1 yr free subscription is a waste. Everytime you use it you dial their phone number (long distance - they only have 3 numbers to call in Canada, none are toll free).. there's no app for it so you have to sync your contacts online to the website and it doesn't sync numbers labeled as "iPhone" only "Home" & "Work". As far as it reading texts to you.. voice assist will only read them if they come from a voice assist subscriber... so don't count on the free voice assist service! The manual is very brief but you can find the long version online. One thing I had problems with was setting up the FM transmitter.. it was set on 88.1 and didn't know how to change it .. but turns out you just do volume up and down (duh moment - but wasn't in the basic instructions).. Overall it's good great call quality which I'm happy with so I give it a 4/5 stars... Again.. The voice assist service is a JOKE!

    15 of 19 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Looks good, works poorly

    • Written by from West Vancouver

    Lovely industrial design: too bad about the functional flaws.
    Mute button has no effect whatsoever.
    Mistakes my wife's name (Liz) for the "play music" command.
    Or maybe for her parent's phone number, depending on the day.
    Can't comprehend the command "stop" (required to stop your music) unless it is yelled at desperation volume from a distance of an inch or less.
    May or may not understand other commands depending on . . .well, depending on no discernible variable, actually.
    When paired with my iPhone 4S, it fights for control with SIRI - only solution is to disable SIRI while using the Freeway.
    The motion detector feature to turn it on when you get in the car works well, and it cheerfully announces that it is connected.

    The problem is this: the whole point of the thing is to allow you to make and take distraction free calls while driving. But its command and control system is so flawed that it becomes the very distraction it is supposed to prevent. Very odd that Apple would sell a product so inimical to their own corporate ethos.

    In its present software configuration, this is an expensive, elegant visor decoration, and nothing more.

    27 of 28 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    It's a deceitful con

    • Written by from CROYDON HILLS

    I have just bought one of these units on the promise that, "The sophisticated Voice Control system allows you to make or take calls just by using your voice." - (quote from Apple website). Only to find when I unpacked it that you do, in fact, HAVE TO PRESS THE VOICE BUTTON TO MAKE A CALL!

    That, of course, means taking your eyes off the road to look at the unit, to locate the button, to make a call.

    This is contrary to the promise on the Apple website and the promise of 'hands free' operation.

    6 of 6 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    best bluetooth car kit yet.

    • Written by from shepton mallet

    Really really easy to set up and use. Crystal clear sound on music and phone through the car stereo and responds perfectly to satnav (Navigon). It just does it, without any fuss. Superb. The Jabra Halo 2 headphones are also well worth a look. Jabra seem to have it sussed with regard to bluetooth products.

    67 of 72 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Brossard

    I bougth a huge number of fm transmitters and bluetooths devices and none ever really worked very well. The Jabra Freeway works really well and the sound of the music when you put the Fm transmitter on is amazing, it sound just like radio.

    16 of 20 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Outstanding Bluetooth Device

    • Written by from Wallington

    In the past I have been using Jawbone headsets but of late have found them not to be as responsive with the iPhone4 and above, this device however solves that problem. The voice commands feature works like a charm and the functionality of commands it will take works across a vast range from that of phone commands, music commands battery levels and pairing commands.
    The Freeway can even stream your music or sat nav voice to your car stereo, even telling you what FM frequency to use or you can play through its built in top quality speakers (3 of them in total) and the sound quality is extremely impressive and on a par with a bluetooth speaker I already own.
    Overall if you want a bluetooth device that you don't have to wear on your ear and be able to do more than just take your calls then this bit of kit is the one for you, as a gadget geek this beats all the headsets I have ever owned.

    78 of 84 people found this useful