Jabra SPORT Bluetooth Stereo Headset - Black/Yellow (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Secure & Comfortable Fit During Workouts
- Us Military Standard
- Rain, Shock & Dust Protection
- Powerful Bass Sound
- Built-In Fm Radio
- Bluetooth headphones with secure and comfortable fit during workouts; protection from rain, dust, and shock
- Enjoy wireless music and calls; also includes integrated FM radio
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Jabra 100-96600000-02 Sport Bluetooth(R) Stereo Headphones
Ideal for an active lifestyle, the Jabra SPORT Bluetooth headset allows you to both wirelessly enjoy music and take call during workout. Featuring a built-in FM radio, A2DP streaming audio technology, and powerful bass to help energize workout performance, the Jabra SPORT provides a wider variety of music options when exercising and easy-to-use controls. The stereo headset also features a wind-shielded microphone and is US Military Standard Rain, Dust and Shock Resistant certified, ensuring that you don't need to hold back during your workouts on account of your headphones.
You also get your own on-the-go personal trainer with the free Endomondo sports tracker app. With the Endomondo app, you'll get instant feedback with your workout status read aloud through your headset, and you can pause Endomondo from tracking your workout with the press of a button.
Get More Out of Your Workouts with Wireless Music and Calls
Exercise is about freedom, about pushing limits and enjoying doing it. Some people like to exercise while listening to music, some talk on the phone. With the Jabra SPORT Bluetooth stereo headset it's easy to do both--and without the hassle of headset wires that slow you down. You simply stream music and calls via Bluetooth to it.
With the Jabra SPORT you get exceptional music and call sound quality. It has A2DP, AM3D Power Bass audio enhancement and a wind-shielded microphone and Virtual Surround Sound audio enhancements. It also has a built-in FM radio so you can tune in to your favorite station while you work out.
The ergonomic Jabra SPORT is ultra-light and easy to wear. With a choice of different ear gels and a flexible behind-the-ear fit, it stays firmly and comfortably in place. You'll get up to 4.5 hours of continuous talk time or 3 hours of continuous music playback.
When using indoors, you can place your Bluetooth-enabled mobile device anywhere within up to a 30-foot radius of where you're working out. For optimal reception when wearing outdoors, you should place your mobile device above the waist and on the right side of the body (the recommended placement is on your right arm using an optional arm strap).
Endomondo Sports Tracker App
The free Endomondo Sports Tracker is the highest rated sports tracking app in most app stores, and it can be used for running, cycling, walking and all other distance-based outdoor sports. Using GPS, the app tracks route, distance, duration, split times, calorie consumption, and more, while providing audio feedback on your performance for every mile or km. The app offers a full history with previous workouts and statistics, as well as a route map for each workout. On certain handsets, the app also supports integration with the built-in music player and heart rate monitors.
At Endomondo.com, Endomondo users have a full social community where they can challenge each other, follow friends live and share everything on Facebook and Twitter. Endomondo has more than 2.5 million users and supports almost all GPS-enabled phones--including those powered by iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone 7, and Nokia operating systems.
Using the Endomondo Sports Tracker App with Jabra SPORT
If you have downloaded the Endomondo app to your mobile phone you have access to an exclusive feature only provided with Jabra SPORT. With Jabra SPORT connected to your phone and with the Endomondo app open while exercising you can press the Play/Pause button to get a status update of your workout read aloud through the headset.
What's in the Box
Jabra SPORT headset; wall charger; three pairs of Ultimate Comfort Eargels; quick start guide
|PLAY||TAG||SPORT+||VOX||REVO Corded||REVO Wireless||SOLEMATE|
|Made For||Wireless freedom and ease of use||Wireless freedom and iconic style||Tough workouts||Premium sound and portability||Premium sound and style||Premium wireless sound and style||Premium sound and portability|
|Dolby Digital Plus Sound App Included||✓||✓||✓|
|Noise Cancellation for Phone Calls||Basic||Basic||Advanced||N/A||N/A||Advanced||Advanced|
|High Definition (HD) Voice||N/A||N/A||✓||✓|
|Rain, Dust, and Shock Resistant||✓||✓|
|Built-in FM Radio||✓||✓|
|Stream multimedia – Music, podcasts, GPS||✓||✓||✓||N/A||N/A||✓||✓|
|NFC for Easy Pairing||✓|
|Carry Case Included||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Connection and Battery Indicators||Single LED||Single LED||Single LED||N/A||N/A||Battery and Bluetooth Icons||Battery and Bluetooth Icons|
|Music Playback Time||6 hours||7 hours||4 hours||N/A||N/A||12 hours||8 hours|
|Weight||0.39 oz||1.06 oz||0.91oz||0.56 oz||7.87 oz||8.0 oz||21.5 oz|
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Enter Jabra Sport
The first thing I noticed about these headphones is the wire connecting the left and right earbuds -- it's very pliable and flexible. By contrast, the wire on my BackBeats is much thicker and stiffer, and does not bend as freely as the wire on this Jabra. The wire on this Jabra Sport is thin, pliable and much more comfortable to wear, be it during activity, or kicking back just to enjoy some tunes.
Another plus for these Jabras over the BackBeats and S9, is that all the controls are located on the right earbud only. This is a huge improvement. To this day, I still find myself fumbling to remember which ear does what with my other 2 headsets; is left for volume and right for track skip? Or is it the other way around? It gets especially confusing the more I switch between the BackBeats and the S9. But thanks to the streamlined button layout on the Jabra Sport, that won't be an issue.
No Huge Glowing LEDs -- Yay!
It's a pet peeve of mine -- I hate huge glowing LEDs that scream "look at me, I'm wearing a bluetooth headset!" Thankfully, Jabra had the smarts to just put a small, understated LED on this one; about the size of a pinhole, which is plenty big for a glowing LED. I know this may not be a big plus to most people, but it is to me.
These sound really great to me; on par with my BackBeats and S9. In fact, these Jabras seem a bit richer in sound. They go pretty loud, but I always find myself wishing all my headsets could go 2 or 3 decibels louder than they do. Either I'm going deaf, or I just like my music loud. But that seems to be an issue across the board for all the headsets I've tried, so I often boost my MP3s manually a few notches to hit the volume I like.
I did have to play around with the 3 different sized ear gels to get the fit I want, but it didn't take long and these Jabras actually fit me best over my other 2 headsets.
Short Charging Cord
This seems to be a Jabra thing, because I have a regular bluetooth headset of theirs too just for calls, and the cord on that charger is literally 3 inches! They've upped the ante on this one and given us a whopping 7 or 8 inches of cord, but still much too short. Not sure why they're doing this, but it's definitely a running theme with Jabra. The good news is, these use a standard micro USB charger, so I'll be using one of my better, long corded chargers with these.
Built In FM Radio
I don't listen to the radio much anymore, but I really thought this was a neat feature and like knowing it's there. Just don't expect tuning to be very easy because there's no display or preset channels. But it's still a nice touch.
Simple Paring -- 30 seconds tops
Great User Manual -- brief and to the point, with an excellent layout that enables you to read descriptions and turn pages while still having a numbered diagram of the headset visible. Perfect!
I'm convinced that environmental variables, and device capability play a huge factor in different user's experiences with bluetooth connection; some cell phones are better than others, and some environments more problematic than others. For me, the bluetooth connection on these Jabras is on par with all my other headsets. Yes, I get the occasional dropout, but no better or worse than any other headset I own. IMO, there's nothing more reliable, or rock-solid, than an actual wired connection, no matter if it's bluetooth headsets, wireless speakers, wireless HDMI, or cordless phones; just my opinion.
Terrible Packaging -- be prepared to burn some calories just getting this headset unboxed! Terrible! Definitely NOT frustration free.
Call quality -- is decent; no better or worse than any of my other headsets.
Connect to 2 Devices at the same time -- huge bonus! Mine is paired to my cell phone and my Toshiba Thrive tablet. Yay!
Bottom Line -- I really like this Jabra Sport and fully expect to use them as my new go-to headset over my BackBeats and S9. But I gotta dock 1 star for the terrible packaging and the ridiculously short charging cord; yes, it's that inconvenient. Otherwise, these are pretty great and I like the look and feel.
Some additional disadvantages:
- This headset is really unconfortable, the ear plugs are too big and they hurt your ear, unless you have big ears. I tried with all the ear plug covers but couldn't find the way to fit them confortably.
- The yellow wire that link both earphones is too long, and it get stuck to your neck when you turn your head, specially if you are training or working out. So if you look to any side the wire will stick to your neck and one of the earphones will be taken out of your ear. So definitely it is not as "sport" as it name states.
- FM option sucks!!!... you will never get a radio station, if you get it, it will hurt your ears with the desperating noise.
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