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Jabra Engage 75 Wireless Monaural Headset With Noise-cancelling Mic

Part Number: Engage75M

The Jabra Engage Series is a new class of DECT wireless professional headsets engineered to boost customer satisfaction. With industry-leading professional wireless performance, the 75 MONO has a connectivity range of up to 150m/490ft. This enables 3 x more users to operate in the same office space without losing connection quality.

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£317.84inc VAT
£203.74ex VAT

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    £317.84

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    £316.21

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    £314.59

More Information - Jabra Engage 75 Mono

The 75 MONO has advanced noise-cancelling microphone and enhanced speakers that deliver crystal-clear calls even in the busiest of office spaces. With up to 13 hours of talk time and a busy light thats acts as a do-not-disturb sign for colleagues, the 75 MONO increases productivity with more talk-time and less interruption.

Increase the teams availability for customer calls with the 75 MONO by connecting up to 5 devices simultaneously. The 75 MONO can connect 2 USB devices (softphone and/or deskphone), 2 Bluetooth devices and 1 analogue desk phone.

Jabra Engage 75 Mono Key Highlights

  • Range: 150m/490ft
  • 13 Hours of Talk Time
  • Fast charge - 0-40% in 30 minutes
  • Connects up to 5 devices simultaneously
  • Busylight for do-not-disturb feature
  • Volume control
  • Directional noise-cancelling microphone
  • Adjustable boom arm 270 degrees

What's in the Box?

  • Jabra Engage 75 Mono Headset
  • Base
  • Power supply
  • USB cable
  • Desk phone cable
  • Documentation
  • Quick start guide
  • Neckband

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