I like to assume that when Under Armour and JBL come together to produce a pair of earphones, it naturally implies bliss for people who workout with music. And it rightfully appears so if the new UA Sport Wireless Flex earphones press release is anything to go by.
The good news is this pair of neckband earphones will likely outlast all your workouts along with a marathon thrown in with battery life listed at 11 hours. And the better news is that a 5 minutes quick charge allows the earphones to last up to an hour with on board Speed Charge tech.
On top of remarkable sound quality, lengthy battery life, and sweat resistant magnetic buds, Under Armour has added a dash of innovation in the form of RunSafe LED. The UA Sport Wireless Flex’s neckband illuminates with a choice of three flashing modes to ensure the wearer stays visible under dim conditions.
“UA Sport Wireless Flex headphones are made for the modern athlete with customized fit at the neck and ears, bold, powerful JBL Charged Sound, and RunSafe LED that helps keeps athletes safe,” said Dave Rogers, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Consumer Audio, HARMAN. “We’ve married the always-on convenience of a neckband headphone with the authentic athletic features that the UA-JBL partnership stands for, to enable a seamless transition from the gym to home, and everything in between.”
UA Sport Wireless Flex features:
- Adjustable Flex Zones
- 11+ Hour Battery with Speed Charge
- RunSafe LED
- Sweat resistant Magnetic buds
- Bluetooth® wireless
- JBL Charged Sound
- Easy four-button controls
- Complimentary 12-month MapMyRun® Premium membership
For convenience, four simple buttons enable athletes to control their music, take phone calls, control the RunSafe LED, and even trigger Siri and Google Now.
Pre-order for the UA Sport Wireless Flex ($129.95) has already begun and the earphones are expected to ship 30th Dec 2017.
There’s been plenty of sports focused earphones, headphones and earbuds this year and I trust the trend will likely continue to 2018 with more true wireless earphones to the market.
Source: Business Wire