These sport the rapid charge technology with is always great, as well as the over ear hooks that are great for exercising
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Todays review is on the wireless headphones that are very popular at the moment.
The reason why this earbud is so popular among buyers is that they have a wrap around plastic feature, that literally wraps around your ears to hold the earbuds in.
Stay tuned as we dive right in to find out what it is.
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With the Jabra Sport Pace earbuds wireless, and the Beatz design, with the over ear hooks, does impress.
There are 2 types of ways to keep in earbuds within your ears and they are the ear winds (soft rubber) or over ear hard plastic hooks.
Personally I like the soft rubber wings, I just think there’s nothing like it and to have a system listening device that’s so loud and bassy with a quality make, they are just grouse. Let me also mention that these are not a replace of the beats wireless headphones but they are seriously just as good. It all depends on how much money you want to spend.
If you were to ask me, what is the best wireless headphones ? I would quite happily respond, let’s find out!
Topic Tech Specs
- Battery life: Up to 5 hours talk time
- Bluetooth: 4.1 version
- Range: Up to 10 metres (33ft)
- Voice guidance: Yes
- Weight: 0.77Oz 22 grams
- Feature apps: Built in mobile app
- IP 54: Water and dust resistant
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If your familiar with earbuds you may know the brand beats. To compare this earbud, that’s what these look like, they have that rectangle feature to house the on/off button. On the hand side the small button is to also answer and end calls. The earbuds call this button the Sport Button. The hard plastic design is strong and durable that means you can have them pretty much thrown around without doing any damage.
The Jabra pace do have a cord so the wireless option is not available but they are still Bluetooth. Because they are a Bluetooth make, it means you can pair them and they remain hands free. The cord wraps around the back of your neck that more so ensures and prevents you from ever losing them. Compared to wireless earbuds these a lot easier to keep free from being lost.
The buttons are on the right hand side halfway down the cord. These buttons operate the volume and skip track.
The Jabra Pace are water and dust resistant so in training mode they aren’t going to get damaged by sweat. Even if you train track and endurance, hiking or biking the weather and dust will not affect the device which is another great feature. Most earbuds devices don’t offer IP55 so that’s already a great guarantee that they are the best Bluetooth earbuds.
Unfortunately This pair of jabra earbuds do not come with a traveling case. I have done lots of reviews and to date this is the first pair that don’t offer that. When you buy the product they give the ear tip gels in a little plastic bag, within the package. There are 3 EarGels in total.
Maybe to clear up a bit about the no carry bag they are offering the app. The feature phone app is great, hands done. How many earbuds can you buy with a feature phone app? In the app it features the battery level, activities and when I mention activities there are a lot. It goes from biking to running to nearly anything you can think of, calorie burn, target pace, anything.
The Jabra Sport Pace are available in 3 different colors and they are red, blue and yellow. I like them all just as much but if I was going to buy a pair I would choose the red or blue. The colors on the cord are actually made to be more reflective that which will help keeping you safe for when you train at night.
By design the comfort is good. They are made with a hard plastic the over hooks the whole ear, and they are called over hard plastic hooks. They do resemble the Beatz if you are familiar with them. The overall comfort is good but the Jabra Sports coach are comfier.
If you have had a look at the earbuds I review you would have seen the Jabra Sports Coach. In that review I fully mention the outstanding comfort to that which that they provide. The comfort to which the Jabra Pace provide are all coming of the rounded ear tips they are made with.
Because of the Hard plastic hooks that wrap your ears it means they don’t fully enter the ear canal and I know, it’s always the way you can never get the perfect earbud but that’s why I like Jabra because they do come close. As the Eartips sit just in a bit from the start of your ears it gives you comfort knowing they are hooked, but again not as comfy as the Sport Coach.
The sound produces highs and lows to mid and acoustic material. Strangely enough the Jabra Sport Pace do handle stereotype tracks and playing with the volume can be aggressive and addictive. The overall sound is great and to add to that I like how the sound isn’t as low as some other earbuds Jabra has. The sound plays loud and the design does well at keeping outside noise out as well.
My overall thoughts on these is that they are a pair of Bluetooth earbuds to which accommodate by choice and looks. I think the people who will like these earbuds are the ones who like the style.
The style of hard plastic over the ears can attract a lot more people because a big issue with earbuds is that they sometimes fall out. The reason why people go for this style is to be able to run without the buds falling.
They retail at $159.99 so they are a cheaper option than the Beats By Dre. If this is what you were thinking then they are a great choice.
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