This week our wearable of the week comes from the fitness world. Why? Well because we believe that wearables should also upgrade our lives.
Jabra is one of the top wireless Bluetooth earbuds for sports. The Jabra earbuds come in the form of a comfortable wireless headset that cleverly and simply comprised of two earbuds connected by a cable for a truly cable-free experience while on the move.
The Jabra Sport Pulse earbuds are water-resistant, meaning sweat or rain is not an issue. They also provide a sound-enhanced music and training experience with an in-ear structure that firmly stays within the ear, while keeping track of your heart-rate.
The Jabra Sport Pulse earbuds measure heart rate through an optical sensor that is built into the earpiece. In other words, it uses light to detect your pulse from within the ear (a location considered quite accurate for measurement). It comes with a Jabra Sport Life application, which provides GPS tracking, pace, distance, time information and more. One of its many nifty features is a personalized audio coach that can be set to provide real-time voice coaching during your activity so you don’t lost focus by glancing at the application.
By reinventing the training experience for its users, Jabra continues the vision of wearable technology of better quality, productivity and enhanced user experience. They definitely have our support as they continue to create great innovative fitness solutions to enrich our lives, optimize our training and allow us lead a healthier life, with a better beat.
Congratulations to Jabra for creating wireless earbuds for in-ear heart rate monitoring, upgrading our exercising experience while providing comfort!
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