Jabra plucks a spectrum of plectrums

No it’s not Keith Richards’ plectrum collection. Although you’d probably have a fair bash at strumming with these multicoloured miniatures, you’d be b

No it’s not Keith Richards’ plectrum collection. Although you’d probably have a fair bash at strumming with these multicoloured miniatures, you’d be better off sticking them onto the new Jabra BT160 Bluetooth headset and slipping them over your ear.

Interchangeable covers may not be a brand new idea – Sony Ericsson has pulled a similar stunt before with a few uninspiring options – but Jabra has gone to town on it. The BT160 comes with 33 interchangeable design covers from Paul Smith stripes to ladybird spots to ensure you don’t get caught out in the same outfit twice (heaven forbid!).

And, if you find yourself in close proximity to an individual sporting the same cover as you, just slip on a different design, clip over the transparent top and voila, you are once again unique. If you’re really having trouble with copycats, you can create your own design at www.jabra.com.

Apart from being a chameleon, the BT16 has all the usual handsfree gubbins, including an okay six hours of talk time, up to 110 hours of standby time and a meagre 16 gram weight.

The Jabra BT160 will set you back £40 and is available now. Click here  for more details.

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