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Jabra ROX Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Earbuds (Black)
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- Small wireless earbuds that pack massive sound|Crafted with rugged materials for an active lifestyle|In-line controls for easy music and call management|Maximum comfort with Color Core Ear gels and Earwigs that lock into place|Power saving magnets put battery into sleep mode when earphones are not in use
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We are a global leader in the development of intelligent audio solutions that let you do more, hear more and be more. We believe in the power of sound to transform people's lives.
Uncompromised Wireless Sound
Set Yourself Free
Give up the wires without giving up great sound. Rox Wireless lets you control your playlists and calls straight from in-line controls so you can keep your tunes going in high-definition Dolby sound and your phone in your pocket. Rox Wireless’s design is based on the same in-ear monitors used by professional musicians to bring full sound and strong bass.
- Battery saving power magnets
- Premium sound
- Life proof - weather and dust resistant
Small, lightweight and travels well
Lifeproof - weather and dust resistant
Rox Wireless is protected against dust and water with solid steel that takes the rap when you’re at your most active. It has exclusive power-saving magnets – when you’re not using the earbuds, simply clip them together around your neck and the magnets will activate the powersaving mode. Revel in your music and chat for longer in total comfort. Rox Wireless is small and lightweight with ColorCore EarGels designed for full sound and perfect fit. And when you’re ultra-active, you can use optional EarWings to lock them in place.
With a Bluetooth Device: Ensure the earbuds are separated. Press and hold (5 seconds) the multi-function button until the LED rapidly flashes blue. Wear the headset, and follow the voice-guided pairing instructions to pair with your Bluetooth device. With an NFC Device: Ensure the earbuds are separated. Ensure that NFC is enabled on your mobile device. Slowly slide the NFC zone of the earbud (button side of the control box) directly against the NFC device until an NFC connection is confirmed.
More reasons to choose
- In-line controls for easy music and call management
- Weather and dust resistant
- Kevlar reinforced cable design
- ColorCore EarGels for individual comfort and EarWings to lock them in place
- Power-saving magnets when earbuds are not in use
- High quality call performance
- NFC for easy pairing
- Connects with all Bluetooth ready devices – phones, computers, tablets and more
- Connects with all Bluetooth ready devices – phones, computers, tablets and more
|Step||Sport Pace||Rox||Sport Coach||Sport Pulse|
|Music playback||4 hours||5 hours||5 hours||5 hours||5 hours|
|Power saving magnets||✓|
|NFC for easy pairing||✓||✓||✓|
|Heart rate monitor||✓|
|Jabra Sport Life App||✓||✓||✓|
- Size (LWH): 4.6 inches, 5.19 inches, 1.6 inches
- Weight: 2.4 ounces
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 5.5 hours
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 432 hours
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|Item Dimensions||5.19 x 4.6 x 1.6 in||5 x 2 x 7.5 in||1.2 x 2.1 x 2.2 in||7.24 x 4.33 x 2 in|
|Additional Features||Stereo||—||android-phone-control, ios-phone-control, lightweight, volume-control||Stereo|
Drop the wires and enjoy rich sound. Lightweight, durable, and comfortable. When you're done, snap the special earbud magnets together to save battery.
Top Customer Reviews
I constantly do exercise with this Earbuds and so far no issues, batteries last long and the audio is very good.
oneday I was going for a run, I pulled them out, and I tried to turn them on, but no luck, I thought they were not charged, so I connected the charger, a red light flashed 1 time and then turned off, I kept trying to recharge them, turn them on/off, but no luck.
I ended up calling the customer service, they answered fast, they told me that 1 flash of that red light means that the headset doesn't accept the charge, and within 5 minutes they offered me a replacement, I sent my Rox and for 2 weeks I didn't hear from them, until I sent them an email, and here's their answer "I am contacting you back in regards of the replacement status for yout Jabra Rox. Currently the replacement is in process. As soon as we have an available stock of units from this model it will be sent to your address. It will ship as soon as possible. When an RMA replacement ships, you should receive an email from UPS Quantum View at the email address you provided us. It includes the tracking number and additional shipping information."
It has been 3 weeks now without my Rox, and I don't even know when I'm getting the new one, in my opinion I think the charging issue is going to be a major problem with the Jabra Rox.
if you have the same problem, please report it here.
I have payed for ROX wireless headphones by Amazon website and i can't turn it on,
Even when I hold about 5 seconds,
I think there was a problem with it.
There are no blue light after hold abot 10 seconds.
What can i do??
Can I replace it another one new.
100-96400300-22 # of headphones
Please note that I in Saudi Arabia
Thanks a lot.
Was wishing to get the Sony SBH80 locally as well so that I could do an apple-to-apple comparison but no luck. I ended up ordering the SBH80 via Amazon so this review is based heavily on Jabra ROX vs. Sony SBH80.
ROX uses BT4.0 while SBH80 uses 3.0. Don't really know how that translates into real life experience though. Better battery life among other things, maybe? Read on to find out if this is true...
ROX uses Dolby Digital Plus while SBH80 uses aptX when it comes to sound quality enhancement, both supposedly provides better-than-CD quality. It turns out the Dolby Digital Plus is just an app-based sound equalizer (which already comes with your smartphone and many other music streaming apps anyway). This Dolby Digital Plus sounds, looks and functions so dismal in this case that it's a shame. I never, ever use it anymore. And your ROX will function just fine without ever turning it on.
As with any earphones, you need to burn them in IMO. Sure indeed, the ROX's sound quality progressively improved as days went by. Bass has evolved from anemic to richer and fuller, yet for bass heads, GO AWAY, the ROX is not for you unless you don't mind non-natural sounding bass. For easy music listeners, ROX performs satisfactorily.
As for overall music sound quality goes, these are acceptable but it will NOT wow you. For audiophiles, look elsewhere, stick to your wired ones no matter how cheap they cost as they'll still sound better. My ROX is still burning in so maybe there's miracle but I highly doubt so. We shall see and I will update this accordingly. UPDATE: Sorry, returning this before Apple store's 14-day return window closes.
Telephony sound quality: Unacceptable for both caller & receiver. Think of your first pair of BT mono headset back in the 80's. This alone is a deal breaker for me. Jabra really screws this one up.
Sound level: Not that high even at highest setting. But this maybe a blessing in disguise considering how many hearings are permanently impaired by headsets this era... But if you want to be submersed in loud music in a loud environment like urban roads or on a plane or during lawn mowing, this alone is another deal breaker for you.
Build - very rugged and outdoor-rated. Nice. Cable as a result is a lil' thick and not as flexible as I like. It's not easy to jam everything inside its pouch without worrying about kinking the cable. But still acceptable and rubbing of cable against my clothes doesn't seem to conduct noise into my ears that sensitively. For athletes, this is a huge plus and I think this is way more rugged than LG's & SBH80.
Wear comfort: Not bad, they stay really secure inside my ears esp. with the help of the wings and I can wear these for hours without discomfort or pressure inside my ears. I really dig this. UPDATE: Sony SBH80 sits at the precise sweet spot of my ear canal each & every single time, totally fool-proof. Not the Jabra though, a lil' wiggling here and there affects sound quality accordingly. Not consistent and not cool.
Controls: It takes a lil' getting used to and it's not that easy. They place the control at such an area that it's hard to not move your right earbud a lil' while adjusting. Those buttons are rubberized heavily (to resist moisture) but it makes tactile feel a lil' insensitive. I'm not liking pressing its buttons that much.
Extras: Really dig its magnetized backings which keep these neatly while putting it into standby mode. But what's the difference between standby mode and off mode? I ask this as lights blink even at off mode when the magnets attach & detach.
Pairing via BT: No complaint there. Pairing via NFC: No idea but why would anyone even care when BT pairing works so flawlessly already? Connection seems to be rock solid except that at times when my body is facing away from my phone, some stuttering occurs. Sony SBH80 provides more stable and solid pairing.
Battery life: About 5 hours non-stop. 97% music listening + 3% calls. It takes much longer to charge full than Sony SBH80 and it eats battery quicker too.
Conclusion: The poor telephony performance is a deal breaker for me. Its anemic bass is another. I'm returning these and will try out the Sony SBH80 instead. I would, however, keep these for rough use / easy listening if they'd cost around $60~75, but definitely not $130. With that said, these may still be the best sports-use BT stereo headset out there right now. UPDATE: Check out my other review of the Sony SBH80.
Thanks for reading.