Jabra sweeps the board at Red Dot 2013 with new Jabra REVO Wireless™ and Jabra VOX™
Jabra has been awarded with three Red Dot awards in this year’s prestigious Red Dot Design Awards. The jury, consisting of industry experts, chose to award the Jabra flagship headphones Jabra Revo Wireless and Jabra Vox, and so proved to the world once again, that Jabra is more than great sound, durability and engineering – Jabra is world-class product design.
Singapore, 27 March, 2013 – Today, Jabra, a world leader in innovative, high-quality hands-free audio solutions, announced the winning of Red Dot design awards. The newcomers to the Jabra product portfolio headphones Jabra Revo WirelessTM and Jabra VoxTM both received awards in the communication technologies category. It is the fourth consecutive year that Jabra is awarded the internationally recognized quality label for excellent design; the Red Dot award.
“The Red Dot award is a very important award for all companies focused on delivering a complete user-experience and we are very pleased that our products continue to be recognized as world class design objects,” says Mogens Elsberg, CEO at Jabra. “Our products are well known for their durability, innovative functionalities and great look and feel; we are therefor very pleased that the new generation of consumer products continue to impress the Red Dot jury as well as customers world-wide.”
And they do, from full-spectrum Dolby® Digital Plus sound and plush, memory foam ear cups on the Jabra Revo Wireless to perfectly fitting, specially designed ColorCore EarGels™ for the all-important comfort and deep sound on the Jabra Vox, audio excellence and that unmistakably under-stated, yet stylish Scandinavian design is reflected across the new range of headsets and has been appreciated and awarded by the Red Dot jury.
The Jabra Revo Wireless and Jabra Vox headphones were launched in Singapore during the IT Show in early March and now retail at S$398 and S$148 respectively, at Stereo Electronics, Apple premium resellers: Epicentre, Nubox as well as selected Challenger stores and other authorised Jabra resellers.
“We know from vast experience that headphones are subjected to a lot of wear and tear so consumers are demanding that they are designed to withstand the rigors of regular use,” said Jabra CEO Mogens Elsberg. “Jabra’s new line of stereo products has been tested to the extreme, undergoing drop tests, bend tests, fold tests, cable tests, dirt tests and more. These headphones are built to last, without sacrificing style or quality; we are really pleased that this hard work has now been recognized with not only one but two Red Dot awards.”
The product design competition has existed since 1955 and awards the best products the “Red Dot: best of the best” award from criteria such as degree of innovation, functionality, durability and quality. This year 1,865 designers and companies from 54 countries submitted their current designs in the 19 different categories in the “Red Dot award: Product Design 2013”. This year’s jury was faced with a record 4,662 products. As always, there was no pre-selection, with each individual object examined live and on site.