Jabra SPORT stereo headphones comes with Endomondo Sports Tracker app

by Mark R

I’ve tried out Jabra products before, and they are pretty famous for their Bluetooth headsets. You can’t see this in the image, but their new Jabra SPORT is like two Bluetooth headsets connected together for a Bluetooth stereo headset.

I got a chance to try this out for myself, and I was quite impressed with its sound. Thanks to the AM3D Power Bass audio enhancement, I found that it kicked my ears when it played tunes from my Bluetooth connected phone.

As you might have guessed, the SPORT is made for the active crowd. They fit on my ears very well, and I had a hard time getting them on the first time. The wire between them is stretched with little slack, and I don’t think they would even fit if I had a bigger chin. The SPORT even has eargels to secure them in place.

Not only is the SPORT dust and shock resistant certified, but comes with a free download of the Endomondo Sports Tracker, a fitness tracking application for smartphones that works as a motivational tool for running, giving updates on speed, distance, and lap time. It also allows the user to see running routes on their smartphone via GPS tracking.

You should be able to purchase the Jabra SPORT from the Jabra website here for about $99.

3 reviews or comments

MDM One Says: September 24, 2011 at 3:36 pm

Um, Mark… that wire goes behind your head, not under your chin! ;-))

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