- Product Dimensions: 7 x 4 x 2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B015XA2XDI
- Item model number: JBLREFMINIBTBLK
- Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
- Average Customer Review: 312 customer reviews
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JBL Reflect Mini Bluetooth In-Ear Sport Headphones
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- Lightweight design - as the lightest jbl Bluetooth Sport earphone, the reflect Mini bt provides long lasting comfort during a variety of athletic activities
- Built-in microphone - easily answer calls with Crystal clear sound and remarkable convenience
- Sweat proof - confidently ramp up your workouts to maximum levels knowing that the reflect Mini bt are not only ipx-4 water resistant but can be easily cleaned
- Ergonomic ear-tips - designed to stay securely in place during rigorous exercise. Highly reflective cable designed for ultimate visibility at night
- Bluetooth wireless - designed for freedom during exercise
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Introducing the JBL Reflect Mini Bluetooth sport earphones.
Sweat proof and designed with ear buds that don’t stick out from your ears, these super lightweight earphones deliver stunning JBL sound to inspire all of your athletic endeavors.
Cross-fit with confidence and exercise with ease because the JBL Reflect Mini Bluetooth sport earphones are wireless and provide 8 hours of playback time through premium 5.8mm drivers.
Weekend warriors and committed athletes alike will also enjoy the one button remote and mic, the stylish range of colors and the ability to easily clean the earphones after use.
Highly Reflective Cable
Brightly reflective cord design for ultimate comfort and visibility at night.
Sweatproof for the hardest of workouts
The rugged sweatproof design is ready for anything and delivers on JBL’s legendary sound with no compromise.
Take calls without skipping a beat.
The built-in microphone allows you to take calls without missing a beat.
Top customer reviews
I've recently begun jogging as a hobby and have spent a good deal of time researching bluetooth headphones for that purpose. After narrowing the field down to the Reflect Mini and Epic2 (PC Mag Editor's Choice vs Wirecutter's Editor's Choice) I decided to order them both to put them through a direct comparison to each other. (The abbreviated version is that I found the JBL's to be more to my liking in nearly every way besides packaging and accessories... of course headphones are very subjective so your results may vary).
Fit - If you've ever owned a pair of in-ear headphones you probably know that good fit can make or break your listening experience. Poor fit practically eliminates lower frequencies resulting in a very tinny "shallow" sound. These JBLs with the "Freebit" ergonomic ear tips fit my ears as perfectly as any in-ears I've ever owned. I'm talking snug as a bug in a rug type of fit. Short of falling off of a cliff I doubt these would ever fall out.
The Epic2s are reviewed around the web as having a very snug fit as well. I found the fit to be stable (once the over-ear wires are bent into shape) but not snug in the same way the JBLs are. The Epic2s seal ok at first, but during movement they like to slip out ever so slightly. Not enough to fall out of my ears, but definitely enough to have a huge impact on sound quality. I found this issue to be even worse once I got sweaty. During my normal jog I probably reached up to shove the headphones back in my ears 4-5 times... not bad, unless you compare them to the JBLs. Your ears are different than mine though, so whether or not this will hold true for you is anybody's guess.
Sound - Some background on my listening preferences: I love clean, balanced, open sound. I love hearing the the subtle nuances in music. Sounds that I maybe didn't realize were before. The inhale between breaths, the "space" of an open soundstage, the vibrato of a background singer, that type of sound. I listen to everything from classical to EDM to rock.
This category was another big win for the JBLs. The sound on these is balanced and clean. I didn't find any one area to be overwhelming or to distract from any other area in the music. The highs are crisp, the mids are clean, and the lows are powerful without being muddy. Overall I was very impressed by the sound quality of the JBLs. One small area of complaint I have is that The JBLs are not particularly sensitive (loud) compared to other headphones I have. In order to achieve a comfortable listening volume I had to turn my Galaxy s5 phone up to the point of getting the "High volume may affect hearing" warning. Granted, If I turn the headphones themselves up all the way I can lower my phone down one or two clicks but if you like LOUD music this may be something to consider.
The Epic2s stand in stark contrast to the JBLs in this category. For starters, the Epic2s are much more sensitive (louder) than the JBLs. At max volume on the Epic2s themselves my phone was 3-4 clicks below the the High Volume warning when I found a comfortable listening level. That's only 2 volume clicks of difference between the JBLs and the Jlabs, but it translates to a lot of volume headroom.
Sound quality is also vastly different on the Epic2s. If I were to describe the JBLs sound in one word it would be pleasurable; If I were to describe the Jlabs sound in one word it would be powerful. The Epic2s have huge bass. Like, massive. Big bass is a serious trend in headphones these days (Beats by Dre built a whole brand off of it) and many people love it. If that's you, the Epic2s are the way to go. For me though I found the bass on the Jlabs to be overwhelming and distracting. The sound signature was more muddy and less defined than on the JBLs. None of those nuanced sounds on the Jlabs - just in your face power. As a matter of fact, the only type of music I found to be enjoyable on the Jlabs was EDM, where big pounding bass is the main driver of songs. On any type of music that is vocal or instrument forward the JBLs were by far my favorite. If you're thinking that big bass is for you (or helps you push through that extra mile/rep/minute/ect.) go with the Epic2s, they are on a whole different level than the JBLs in that area.
Accessories - Epic2s win here by far. Jlabs includes a ton of ear tips and a travel case (a pretty nice one at that) while the JBLs come with practically nothing. The JBLs are about as basic as it gets in this category. Whether or not that is important is up to you.
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on the flipside, the audio quality was pretty decent. There aren't any audio sync issues like the Jaybird X3's on ios. The price is what you would expect.
if the mic wasn't so much junk, I would've kept these.
Previously, I had older version of JBL's headphones - JBL Reflect BT Workout-ready, Bluetooth-enabled, In-ear Headphones - but decided to get new ones.
I absolutely love the quality of these headphones. The sound is amazing and they're sweat-proof.
I really needed headphones that would not fall out of my ears while working out in the gym. You cannot go wrong with these!
Also, they're perfect for loud NYC subway. They're sound reducing, so I don't need to damage my hearing by turning the volume up. The battery lasts for up to 8 hours.
Since my ears are small, I needed to figure out my own way to wear them. That way they never fall out!
What is super important - the tips never fall out! I kept loosing them while having the previous model.
Comparing to the older version, the headphones are super light, smaller, the bluetooth is much stronger, the quality is better and they are definitely more durable! ( you can see it in the pictures I included - red ones are older )
I also love the colors and how reflective they are.
- good price,
- good quality,
- battery lasts for up to 8 hours,
- sweat proof,
- beautiful colors,
- the tips are well attached
- easy to synchronize,
- they do not fall out off the ear
- sound reducing
- the package contains three sleeve sizes,
A few weeks ago I lost them and immediately reordered again!
I love them so much.
Most recent customer reviews
Cant forwarde / backwarde song , volume is not that strong for sport and quality of that music isnt the best.Read more