Review: The Sleek Jabra Storm Headset

Unboxing Jabra Storm


Just by looking at it from afar, hanging in a shelf inside an electronic store, one can easily have a second look at this hippy yet sleeky design. Akin to a musical note symbol, a G-clef or something that made it even more attractive. This behind-the-ear wearable technology from Jabra, is pretty thin but comes with buttons discreetly arranged to maintain its stunning look.

Functionalities & Power

With Bluetooth®, connecting it to your smartphone and other gadgets is as easy as 1-2-3. Aside from its Noise Blackout™ technology which filters noise aggressively, giving you undistorted and clear audio when talking, it also gives real quality audio when listening to music – be it from Bluetooth enabled smartphone, laptop, tablet or MP3 player.

It has been three days now since I started using Jabra Storm and so far, it has not drained on me yet.  I use it with my regular talk time and listening to music during my evening walks.  This is because of its microPOWER technology. More good thing is that, with its USB cable, I can plug-n-charge it onto my laptop.

It’s very light that you forget you are wearing a headset at all. Perfectly fits into your ear especially with its swivel design speaker that helps you adjust easily depending on what shape of the ear the user has. You can use it on your left or right ear. Just simply rotate the speaker.

Jabra Storm 1

Above: USB charging port, volume up & down, Bluetooth indicator, on/off switch, batter indicator and the Answer/end button Below: The Storm with black mic cover

Jabra Storm 2

Above: Attractive Storm packaging. Below: Storm just fits perfectly

Jabra Assist App

The Jabra Assist App has all the easy instructions of how to use it, like the tapping of the answer/end button or just say yes when you answer a call. You can download the app from your Android or iOS


Jabra Storm is a great buy especially for the busy and on the go smartphone users with price range Dh290-298/-.

Yay – Very light, sleek and with sheer quality
Nay – A bit pricy for a tiny gadget



This is not a sponsored review (although the product was given for free) and this is of author’s own opinion.




A Filipino expat in Dubai, an online ad specialist, a social media influencer, a photographer wannabe, a music lover, a loving husband and a loving father, a movie freak, a gadget geek, a foodie etcetera

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  1. Ehsan Fazel says:

    change voice language jabra storm

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