Reviews and Problems with Jabra Sport Bluetooth Stereo Headphones
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Jabra SPORT Bluetooth stereo headset review
12 July 2013
Excerpt: The Jabra SPORT is a mostly wireless Bluetooth stereo headset aimed at a more active listener who doesn’t have time to deal with securing wires. It also appeals to those who don’t want to listen to them thumping during activity.
Conclusion: I was able to put the Jabra SPORT Stereo Bluetooth headset to the test for a total of 16 days with all my cellular phones (LG Optimus 2X, Sony Aino, Samsung Galaxy S+) during which i have to admit that it left me with mixed feelings.
Pros: - Design, - Durability (IP54 Certified), - Stability (Design), - Stereo, - Integrated FM Receiver, - AM3D Support, - Multiuse (Simultaneous Connection With Up To 2 Devices), - Endomondo Sports Tracker Application
Cons: - Heavier/Bulkier (Compared To A Single Earpiece), - Price (For Some)
Summary: The Jabra Sport Pulse is the best pair of wireless earbuds because it combines high-quality wireless music with fitness tracking technology. Not only will it provide a soundtrack to your most intense exercises, but it'll also coach you along the way with the Sport Life app and track your heart rate.
Pros: It tracks your heart rate.
Cons: It can only play music and take calls for five hours at a time.
Conclusion: Bottomline: The Jabra Sport is in by no means cheap: at the price of Php 5,950 , this is one of the more expensive Stereo Bluetooth headsets in the market. But based on its merits, the Jabra Sport is definitely worth the price.
Pros: Fully featured (Multiuse, built-in FM radio, volume control, etc.), Design is very pleasing to the eyes, Ergonomic and comfortable to wear
Cons: Expensive, Battery life not so great (around 8 hours of continuous music listening)
Excerpt: Anyone who’s ever gone jogging or biking with their music will know how irritating it is to have wires dangling and getting in the way. You can have a short cable, say, with sports earphones that hook up to an iPod strapped to your arm, but there’s still that bit of wire that often gets in the way...
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