Jabra Move Wireless Bluetooth Headphones: Balanced sound at a low price. With a price of around 60 euros, the Jabra Move Wireless is our price-performance winner among Bluetooth headphones. The headphones are particularly convincing because of their price. The sound, although balanced, lacks a bit of detail.

  • Pros:
    Balanced sound
    Comfortable seat
    Price-performance ratio
  • Cons:
    Few details
    Mediocre battery life

That sounds good cheap

With the Jabra Move Wireless for around 60 euros at the time of the test, the Danish headphone manufacturer wants to compete with the likes of AKG and Marshall. For the low price, it works surprisingly well: The Bluetooth headphones stand out positively with their unobtrusive, balanced sound. While the bass in particular is convincing with a lot of depth, the bargain lacks the details. A little more force and pressure would be desirable here.

You also have to make a few compromises in terms of equipment: For example, there is no carrying case and the high-quality aptX codec is not supported. You will receive a USB charging cable, a 3.5 millimeter cable, Bluetooth 4.0 and an integrated microphone for phone calls. The buttons on the ear cups can also be used to control playback and volume, and to accept calls. The equipment is more than okay for the price.

Comfortable but short musical pleasure

The average overall impression also runs through the last two test categories. The Jabra Move Wireless contains a lot of plastic and quickly feels too tight on larger heads, but still sits comfortably and firmly. In particular, the ear cups, which are padded with synthetic leather, sit well on the ears.

When it comes to battery life, you shouldn’t expect any miracles either: after 14:03 hours, the music fell silent in the test, which is very short compared to other Bluetooth headphones. After all, the charging time of around 1.5 hours is okay.