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Jabra debuts workout-tough Sport Wireless+ fitness headset
Thursday, August 22, 2013 @ 8:52pm

Jabra today introduced the Jabra Sport Wireless+ fitness headset. The new wireless headset builds on the success of the Jabra Sport, adding features including a new fit clip, increased battery life and a variety of eargels for the best fit possible while working out. A free, three-month subscription to fitness app Endomondo Premium is also included in the package.



The Jabra Sport Wireless+ is built for workouts, both weather- and sweat-proof and shock tested to military specifications. Dropped from a height of 1.5 meters, bent 5,000 times, and cable-tested using a 3kg force, the Jabra Sport Wireless+ has been designed to take the punishment of workouts. Jabra Sport Wireless+ is available now at Verizon Wireless and Amazon for $100.



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