Jabra SPORT Bluetooth and corded headsets

Jabra SPORT Bluetooth and corded headsets

Jabra has launched two new headsets for active people, the Jabra Sport and Sport-corded which will allow you to listen to music and take calls during your workouts.

Both headsets feature ergonomic, behind-the-ear shapeable design, US Military grade rain, dust and shock resistant, and come with three different pairs of eargels for secure and comfortable fit. The Jabra Sport model offers Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity with A2DP technology, a built-in FM radio and  a wind-shielded microphone, while the Jabra Sport-corded model connects to you smartphone or music player via a cord with a 3.5mm jack and is equipped with in-line remote. Both models are promising powerful bass and the wireless model also comes with a free download of Endomondo Sports Tracker, a fitness tracking application for smartphones, giving you information about speed, distance, and lap time via a GPS tracking feature.

The Jabra SPORT Bluetooth stereo headset is available for $99, while the corded model is priced at $69.

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