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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- Size (LWH): 4.33 inches, 2 inches, 7.24 inches
- Weight: 3.04 ounces
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 4.5 hours
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 4 hours
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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|
Top Customer Reviews
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!Read more ›
The sound quality is surprisingly good - I went in with fairly low expectations, but I must say, I'm very impressed. The bass is respectable and I've listened to music, movies, and even audio books without any issues.
These come with two sets of interchangeable silicon ear bud tips and once I found the right set, everything fit perfectly. I have relatively large ears and they are still comfortable. I was hoping to use these as a headset for Skype calling on my iPad and iMac, but they didn't play nice with my iMac and the Skype app on the iPad currently doesn't support Bluetooth. This really isn't Jabra's fault, but that's really my only complaint.
* Works great indoors - even when in another room
* Easily connected to my iMac, Palm Pre, and iPad
* Good call quality when used as a phone headset
* Cuts out when running outside (this can be remedied by using an arm band - I'm tall, so it would cut out when my phone was in my pocket)
* Very choppy when connected to my iMac for Skype calling - this is most likely an issue with my computer as apparently iMacs don't play nice with bluetooth headsets on Skype
* Could use additional warning for when the battery is low - I had about 15 minutes from the first warning before it died.
Fit - Fit is fine on the ears, with the caveat that the yellow flat rubber cable holding them together tugs on your neck when you sweat, so moving your head dislodges the earpiece right out of your ear. Not good.
Bluetooth - Works great indoors. When going outdoors, the only way to get them to work is by wearing an armband for your phone/ipod.
I have an iPhone 3GS, and the first couple of runs I had to hold it in my hand or else they would not work. Once I got the armband all is good, but I don't like armbands that much. It restricts movement at the gym and makes you look like a tool.
Also, while I had to pair them once initially, now that I just finished charging them the second time, it wants to pair every time I turn them on. It's 2011 people, not 2001 anymore...
Battery - Nowhere near the advertised four hours. I used it for two three-mile runs and a four-miler today, and it died on me half way through. So basically two hours is the realistic limit (used them for a 30 min workout before my run this morning).
So, as much as I wanted to like these, they will be going back. Hopefully there will be a redesign soon and beef up the BT signal to make them a five-star product.
I had the moto s9 non hd years ago but didnt get much use, it was flawed in a lot of ways so I moved on to the s10hd a few months back, it was a definite improvement but i wanted more thus began the collection. The Jabra Sport bluetooth is something I really desired, it answered alot of my wishes from the spec sheet, i pursued finiding it in stock asap, what a collasal letdown it was though.
I'll go by categories, first being the Fit.
I felt the Jabra won fairly easily here. The s10-HD are bulky in the back, not the easiest or quickest to put on right and frankly hurt my ear canals after a bit of use. I experimented with the different ear piece fits and settled on one that gave me the best sound but in turn, it did hurt after a bit. I also wear glasses and out of the three this was the one that I had to fiddle with to put it on over my glasses. I also hated how bending my neck even slightly back would cause my back to hit up against the massise back battery houseing.
The Jaybirds ended up fitting pretty good, again it took a bit of trial and error to get the right ear peice fits but I did end up settling on something that was fairly easy to put on but gave a secure fit. I'm not a fan of the over the ear fits so on a 'being partial to something' level, it was my favorite style of fit. it's one major drawback is however once you sweat and turn your head, the back wire grabs on your neck which is annoying in itself but even more, it tugs on the earpieces. Depending on the earpieces you pick, i could see this tugging them out.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They fit ok but the battery didn't last a year, I don't know exactly what happened but they don't work anymore, I did some research and this happens quiet often with these.Published 6 days ago by Luis Herrera
Many issues empty in four hours. Ear cover always got lost, sometime no synchronizedPublished 2 months ago by Efren L Rosa
The sound is good and very easy to operate. It does not fit my ears very well. But overall good for the price.Published 3 months ago by Brent Murphree
Worst thing I ever bought. Virtually useless outdoors. I bought it specifically for gym and running. Read morePublished 3 months ago by RIO G.
Not the best product. It cuts off the signal very often. There are much better products out therePublished 4 months ago by Paulo Carneiro