Jabra introduces Clipper stereo headset

The Jabra Clipper is a new stereo headset which, well, clips on to your clothes.

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At last, Jabra saw fit to come up with an upgrade to the Jabra BT3030 stereo Bluetooth headset with the Jabra Clipper. Like its predecessor, the Clipper is in the style of a pendant with all the controls on the unit itself. It also has a 3.5mm headset jack so you can use your own headphones (yay!).

Jabra includes its own pair of headphones, of course, but it's nice to have that option. As the name implies, the Jabra Clipper can be clipped on to your clothing easily. It has a rated battery life of six hours talk time and eight days standby time. Since this was released at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, we don't know if it's coming to the U.S. soon. It's said to retail around at 39 pounds ($61) in the U.K.