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While many Bluetooth headsets push the size reduction envelope, the Jabra Supreme doesn't seem to care how much facial real estate it uses.
When its long microphone boom arm is folded, the Jabra Supreme is actually moderately compact.
With the Jabra Supreme and its protruding mic boom arm, there's no hiding you're using this Bluetooth headset.
A rubber cushion fits over the Jabra Supreme's large earpiece, which can get mighty loud.
Status lights sit on the Supreme's bottom edge and indicate whether the phone is charging, needs more juice, and whether it's in pairing mode.
The Voice Control key on the Supreme fires up the headset's voice command menu.