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JLab Audio reveals the Flex Sport wireless headphones

by – on October 18th, 2018

Working out should be fun, otherwise it can be quite the chore pulling up those sports socks and wearing a pair of sneakers in order to sweat it out. Thankfully for many of us, we all have our favorite tunes to keep us company while we pound the pavement or lift some weights, but the crucial question is this: do you have the right pair of sports earphones to go along with your fitness regime? JLab Audio has come up with their new over-ear sport headphone, calling it the Flex Sport wireless headphones.

 What makes the Flex Sport so special? For starters, it comes with a whopping 20-hour Bluetooth playtime, which should be more than enough to help you get through even the most demanding of days, be it at the office, at the gym, or both, with still some more juice to spare for the commute home. It is perfect for running, being at the gym to build up those muscles, or simply when you are indulging in any kind of physical activity.

What makes the Flex Sport well worth its admission price of $99.99 would be the durability that enables it to twist 180 degrees without any problem at all. Apart from that, there are tension headbands that can be snapped on for a firmer, more secure fit, while losing the tension band will provide a looser, more comfortable feel while you are at your desk.

Not only that, the ear pads will also boast of a moisture-wicking, sport fabric that is comfortable enough to wear for long periods of time. These ear pads are also removable for hand or delicate machine washing, so that they don’t stink up over time. The Flex Sport also comes with EQ3 Sound that lets you cycle through Signature, Balanced, and Bass Boost sound options, while Be Aware Audio enables ambient background noise to filter in when turned on for added safety.

Simply put, what is there not to like about the Flex Sport?

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