Jabra Cruiser SP710 Bluetooth Speakerphone improves driving safety In most areas of the United States, it is illegal to be caught driving while holding a phone handset to your ear. It is also unsafe. Several studies show cell phones are a leading cause of car crashes. It is estimated that cell phone distracted drivers are four times more likely to be in a car wreck. According to one study, cell phones cause over 2600 deaths and about 400,000 injuries each year. Drivers talking on cell phones were 18 percent slower to react to brake lights, the study found. They also took 17 percent longer to regain the speed they lost when they braked. Cell phone talkers also kept a 12 percent greater following distance that promoted safety at the cost of frustrating drivers behind the car. The Jabra Cruiser is the revolutionary Bluetooth In-car Speakerphone that is equipped with Dual Microphone technology to optimize noise and echo cancellation. This technology is currently utilized in all of Jabra’s high-end headsets, and has proven to drastically improve calling quality by eliminating background noise while enhancing voice. Thus, by successfully integrating this technology into Jabra’s new Bluetooth In-car Speakerphone, Jabra Cruiser is set to revolutionize the market!
Jabra Cruiser has many great additional features including it’s voice announcements, which not only provide pairing instructions and connectivity and battery status information, but also can access your address book to announce the name of inbound callers.
Jabra Cruiser is also equipped with an FM Transmitter to stream your calls and music through your car stereo, A2DP and AVRCP, which allow you to stream and control stereo music from your phone to your car or home stereo. Enhancing accessibility, the multiuse function allows Jabra Cruiser to connect two Bluetooth devices simultaneously. Jabra Cruiser is a no brainer. It doesn’t require installation. Just clip it to your visor. Speakerphones are connected to mobile phones using a procedure called ‘pairing’. By following a few simple steps, a phone can be paired with a speakerphone in a matter of minutes. It can auto pair with up to two Bluetooth devices for convenient set up. A rechargeable battery delivers up to 14 hours talk time and up to 13 days standby. There’s a multifunction status display and a night driving mode. The Cruiser comes with a USB cable and a car charger.
When disconnected from the phone, the speakerphone turns off automatically after 10 minutes. Tap answer/end button to turn the speakerphone on again.
Driving long distances can be tedious and lonely. Use the Jabra Cruiser to help in those instances. After all, do you want to reach your destination safely or end up as a statistic?