Jabra Elite Sport

7.8/10 AVG.
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  • Jabra Elite Sport
  • Jabra Elite Sport
  • Jabra Elite Sport
  • Jabra Elite Sport
  • Jabra Elite Sport
  • Jabra Elite Sport

Specs / Features


Advanced wireless connectivity and superior quality calls and music | Waterproof design and 3-year warranty against sweat (registration via Jabra Sport Life App required) | 3 hours talk/music time in earbuds. Charging case adds additional 6 hours of battery life. | Comfortable and secure cord-free fit, with option to wear one or both earbuds | In-ear precision heart rate monitor and fitness analyzer. Personalized in-ear audio coaching, race pace calculator and recovery advice.

Advanced wireless connectivity and superior quality calls and music | Waterproof design and 3-year warranty against sweat (registration via Jabra Sport Life App required) | 3 hours talk/music time in earbuds. Charging case adds additional 6 hours of battery life. | Comfortable and secure cord-free fit, with option to wear one or both earbuds | In-ear precision heart rate monitor and fitness analyzer. Personalized in-ear audio coaching, race pace calculator and recovery advice.

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Specification

Brand Jabra
Model Elite Sport
Warranty 36 months
Size 11 x 4 cm (4.3 x 1.6 in)

Reviews (7.8/10 Avg. rating)


PC Magazine

Quality wire-free earphone pair aimed at athletes and exercise buffs

from PC Magazine
Sonically, the Jabra Elite Sport is a bass-forward earphone pair that could use a little more high-mid presence to make things pop, but it will likely appeal to those motivated by deep lows while exercising. In terms of fit and design, the Elite Sport is a winner, and its fitness tracking abilities are solid... Full review
PhoneArena

Could be perfect for the right customer

from PhoneArena
Jabra’s Elite Sport aren’t perfect. The design airs on the ugly side of things, the main companion app leaves a lot to be desired, the physical controls on the earbuds themselves don’t work that great, and battery life and recharge times are noticeably weaker than Apple’s AirPods... Full review
Chip Chick

Best true wireless earbuds yet

from Chip Chick

At $250, the Jabra Elite Sport are pretty expensive for true wireless earbuds. But, a lot of the buds we see at $200 or under either lack fitness features or have significant connectivity problems. With a stellar set of fitness features and a pretty useful companion app, Jabra’s buds do seem to provide that extra $50 of value for anyone who regularly runs or does circuit training. With decent audio quality, average battery life, and rare connectivity issues, Jabra’s buds don’t get anything major wrong. In these early days of true wireless earbuds, that’s a rare enoug... Full review

The Gadgeteer

Best fitness-centric headphones

from The Gadgeteer
They have a secure, comfortable fit, sound great, and provide an excellent virtual workout partner and coach…all backed by an industry leading warranty against sweat. Their lack of wires and minimalistic form factor are great for a workout or run, you hardly know they are there. That said, this well engineered, first generation design does come with a relatively high price tag of $250... Full review
The Wirecutter

A winner for workouts, if it fits you

from The Wirecutter
If you like the sound and fit of standard Apple EarPods that come with an iPhone but hate the cord so much that you’re willing to pay over $100 more, these are for you... Full review
Phone Scoop

Gets more of the core features right

from Phone Scoop
This class of wireless headphones is still rather new and only a few models are on store shelves right now. Jabra's entry is a bit more well-rounded than the options from Apple, Motorola, and Samsung. In addition to better battery life, the Elite Sport offer good sound and advanced workout features. They are a little short on looks, but they make up for it with their good fit... Full review
Ars Technica

They almost replace your fitness tracker

from Ars Technica
If you buy the Jabra Elite Sport headphones, you'll do so because they're convenient. The earbud form-factor is convenient for fitness tracking, since most people listen to music, podcasts, or other forms of audio entertainment while working out. Jabra has made pretty comfortable earbuds with the Elite Sport, and the Sport Life app provides more than enough tools for you to create and perform a well-rounded workout... Full review
iTWire

Earbuds on steroids

from iTWire
It is hard to say buy Jabra over Bose over IconX – certainly, these all do similar things. If sports is your thing, then it is ahead with the IP67 rating. If music is your thing, then you have a lot more to choose from including Samsung’s IconX with 4GB storage on board that eliminates the need for a smartphone. Jabra is not as well-known as Bose, but I think it has the credibility from its office products to make it here... Full review
Cnet

Worthy AirPod rivals are like a Fitbit for your ears

from Cnet
Despite some small drawbacks, the Jabra Sport Elite is one of the stronger early entries in the totally wireless headphone arena... Full review
Pocket-lint

These are the AirPods you really want

from Pocket-lint
Jabra has shown once again why it has long been regarded as one of the best Bluetooth accessory companies around. The Elite Sport earphones didn't once drop connection with our iPhone during testing, nor did they drop connection between the two earphones... Full review

Amazon.com Reviews Summary

256 from Amazon.com

256 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the Jabra Elite Sport. Ratings are middle of the road, averaging 3.9 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.

7.8/10

Amazon.ca Reviews Summary

6 from Amazon.ca

6 Amazon.ca shoppers shared a review for the Jabra Elite Sport. Ratings are generally positive, averaging 4.3 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.ca customer reviews.

8.6/10

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