Jabra is best known for its wired and wireless headsets, but it's now ventured into the premium headphone market with two on-ear models: the Revo and Revo Wireless, as well as a more affordable in-ear model, the Vox.
Both the Revo and Revo Wireless have very similar designs, and they're among the more comfortable and well-designed on-ear headphones I've tested, with a sturdy fit and finish and a folding design. I liked both models a lot and found them great for everyday use, although I thought the Revo Wireless, reviewed here, could have offered a little better sound quality for their fairly high price tag. For Bluetooth, they sound pretty decent, but in terms of clarity, they're not on par with some other similarly priced premium Bluetooth headphones, such as the Harman Kardon BT.
Design and features
The design of the Revo Wireless is arguably their biggest strength. When it comes to on-ear headphones, I'm usually very picky (I prefer over-the-ear or in-ear models), but I had no problem with these. They have memory foam in their ear pads, they conform to your ears nicely and seal out a good amount of ambient sound. It's also worth noting that they don't fit so tight as to pinch down on your ears, so they offer a secure fit — but not too secure.