Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless – It Doesn’t Miss a Beat

Posted on 29 December 2014 Tags: Entertainment, Feature

The Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless earphone is unlike anything you may have seen before. Even though you will have a lot of options to choose from, nothing comes close to Sport Pulse. Costing no more than $200, the set comes equipped with an integrated heart-rate monitor as well. This does not necessarily mean that it does not have its shortcomings, but if you wish to learn more about it, read on.

Design
They have been designed in Denmark. What’s interesting is that it comes with various silicon tips and wings for a customized fit. It is by far better than its predecessor, the ‘Rox.’ Most in-ear earphones aren’t as exciting as they should be but the Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless begs to differ. With its unique design, it conforms to your ear better than you may have imagined.

They have been designed in such a way that the heart rate monitor rests easy at the bottom of the inside rim of your ear. They might be a bit bigger than the competition, but they lighter than most.

Features and Specifications
The earphone comes equipped with a variety of features and specifications. For starters, you can instantly synchronize your device with it using NFC technology. It also has its very own microphone and in-line remote.

While purchasing one of these, you get a nice carry case. In case you lose the cord, you can use the extra one provided. What’s interesting is that you can adjust the cord length as well. Additionally, you do have the option to upgrade the firmware. This can be done with ease without having to connect the earphone to you computer via USB.

The sound quality is pretty impressive, but unless you have a tight seal between your ear and the earpiece, you may end up losing quite a bit of bass. However, the Jabra sport pulse wireless does have its drawbacks when it comes to playing complicated songs with a lot of frequencies and instruments. But they do a pretty good job if you’re working out.

The Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless offers a battery life of around 4 to 4.5 hours at max. Even though it isn’t great, it still falls within expectations since most Bluetooth earphones max 5 hours.

Conclusion
It is safe to say that the Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless is better than most sports earphones out there. Its fit and features make it worth looking into especially with its heart rate monitor. However, with a little work the earphones could’ve sounded a lot better considering its price.

Photo credit: Jabra

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