Headsets have gone bling with Jabra in two limited edition versions of their JX10 Cara Bluetooth models.

Available in 24 carat Gold and stainless steel the designs have been developed with Jacob Jenson. The 14-gram lightweight frames come in a small package of 3.9 x 2cm.

They look stylish and sleek featuring Digital Sound Processing technology for crystal clear sound while on the move. The headsets are completely controlled by the earpiece including volume, and require only a one-touch pairing to begin working with a range of mobile phones.

Depending on the phone it is advised that the Jabra X10 Cara can operate voice dial, call hold/call wait, last number re-dial, answer/end calls and reject calls.

The headsets can withstand up to 6 continuous hours talk time and up to 200 hours of battery power. Plus power can be recharged using a PC via a USB cable quickly, or charged in the car.

If you’re a bling fan then you can get the Jabra JX10 (24 carat gold version) for £149.99 and the stainless steel version is £99.99