Conclusion: If we are to go wireless, we really need to go wireless. We should be aiming for devices that need to be charged once every few years, not once every few days and which are discrete and comfortable as the hearing aids of today, not the hearing aids of 20 years ago.
Jabra Sport Wireless Plus Bluetooth Headset Review
17 April 2014
Summary: Whether you're just trying to lose a few pounds or you're a triathelete, the Jabra Sport Wireless Plus is an excellent tool to help you get your workouts done. The device is extremely easy to put on, and once it's in your ears, it won't move at all.
Pros: Sound Quality:, Stable Fit and Feel:, Headset Controls:, Water Resistance:, Decent Battery Life:, Endomondo Trial:
Cons: Brittle Ear Gels:, Intermittent Static:, Radio Receiver:
Jabra SPORT Wireless+ Stereo Bluetooth Headset Review
3 March 2014
Conclusion: The original SPORT Wireless Bluetooth Headset was very good both for its price and type but it didn't have the best FM reception while the audio quality although quite good was nowhere near to what you can expect from a wired earset at around the same price point (i think that really goes without...
Pros: - Design, - Rugged (IP54 Certified), - Stability, - Stereo, - Battery Life (5 Days Standby, 4.5 Hours Talk Time), - Integrated FM Receiver, - AM3D Support, - Multiuse (Simultaneous Connection With Up To 2 Devices), - Endomondo Sports Tracker Application (3 Months Premium Subscription), - Current ...
Cons: - Heavier/Bulkier (Compared To A Single Earpiece), - Audio Quality (Compared To Wired Earphones)
Jabra Sport Wireless+ Headphone Review: Your Extreme Exercise Companion
17 December 2013
Summary: Jabra’s Sport Wireless+ Headphones are phenomenal at the gym and during extreme exercise. There’s virtually no set of ears the Wireless+’s won’t stay in, and you don’t have to worry about breaking them from sweat.
Excerpt: Back in July I reviewed the predecessor to the Jabra SPORT Wireless+ (simply called the Jabra SPORT ), and in the meantime Jabra came out with a newer version of its exercise-friendly headset that I’ve just had a chance to lay my ears on.
Conclusion: Jabra claims that its Sports Wireless+ Headset won’t fall out of your ears and I found that to be true especially once you find the best fit for your ears. The buttons and features are easy to learn and use but it would have been nice if they had figured out a way to get the FM Radio channels or...
GadgeTell Review: Jabra Sport Wireless+ On-Ear Headphones
9 October 2013
Conclusion: Overall, I find the Jabra Sport Wireless+ to be a specialized kind of headphone. The strength lies with activity, since the on-ear design is meant to let outside noise in. Exercising at the gym, running on a track, or wandering around a busy mall all make for great opportunities to let the...
Excerpt: Each week, I can be found either working the back yard or taking my daughter out for a walk at the park. In times like these, music makes the work bearable or the walk more tranquil, so I always have it. The biggest nuisance with movement and headphones are the cables. They get in the
The Jabra Sport Wireless headset; talk anywhere, listen anywhere and life proof
10 September 2013
Excerpt: I have reviewed many products from Jabra over the last couple of years, from headsets, to speakers and more. With each new product, come new features that seem to outdo their previous releases and products.