Jabra has a new Bluetooth product in their sports portfolio. The Jabra SPORT Bluetooth earphones let you listen to music and make phone calls. They fit securely on your ears while you exercise, and they meet US Military standards for protection against dust, rain, and shock. Powerful speakers produce high-quality sound, and the wind-noise protection feature of the microphone means clear phone calls. They come with a carrying case and with a free download of Endomondo Sports Tracker, a fitness tracking application for smartphones (iPhone, Android, and Blackberry) that functions as a motivational tool for running, giving quick updates on speed, distance, and lap time. Endomondo allows users to visually see past running routes on their smartphone via a GPS tracking feature. The Jabra SPORT will be available at Amazon, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Apple for $99. A corded version, the Jabra SPORT-Corded, is also available for $69.
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