Wireless earphones for the gym: Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless review
Looking to ramp up your workout? Why not give Jabra Sports Pulse Wireless earphones a try?
Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless earphones are the perfect sports-friendly headphones that can take your workout to the next level.
If you’re a fitness fanatic who likes to drown out the irritating beat-heavy tunes of your local gym, you should look no further than Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless earphones.
You can easily sync the earphones with your Android or iOS device in a matter of minutes, and the Bluetooth range is up to 10 metres.
With a variety of ear buds, silicon tips and wings, the user can customize the earphones to get the perfect fit, and this smart piece of Jabra Sport kit is sweat and water-resistant.
You can easily adjust the chord length to suit and the headphones come with an in-line remote and microphone, which are easy to use even during the most demanding of workouts.
In addition, their built-in heart-rate monitor is a unique feature, although you are required to download the free Jabra Sports Life app, a simple process for Android and iOS users.
Jabra’s next generation of heart rate monitoring technology measures your heart rate via your inner ear.
It is perfect for someone who regularly runs and likes to keep a catalogue of their workout history.
The only downside is the battery life, which is little over four-and-a-half hours.
Although you receive plenty of warnings when you’re battery is running low, for those who like a lengthy work out, it does mean you are required to charge the earphones a couple of times a week.
Having said that, it is a small inconvenience in a technology-dominated age. After all, most Android and iOS users are familiar with the process of charging their devices daily.
Overall, the Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless earphones are comfortable, durable and sound great, which are vital attributes for sport earphones.
Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless earphones are priced at £199.99 and are available from Selfridges stores and Apple.
The information on this website is intended for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute professional, medical or healthcare advice or diagnosis, and may not be used as such.
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