Deal: Jabra Sport Pace Bluetooth Earbuds $79.99 - 6/24/16

If you are in the market for a new pair of earphones then it might be worth checking out the Jabra Sport Pace Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds. These are available from a number of retailers and are currently priced at $99.99. However, they are currently on sale through Amazon and can be picked up for only $79.99.

In terms of the headphones, these are Bluetooth headphones so you do not have to worry about being tethered to your device and instead can enjoy more of a wire-free listening experience. These are also IP54 rated which means they are protected against sweat, rain, shock and dust, so you should have no major issues wearing theme to the gym, out for a run or otherwise. One of the big benefits of the Jabra Sport Pace Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds is that they come with a form of fast charging including which means that in as little as 15 minutes you will have enough battery to last about an hour. Making them an ideal option for those who need to head to the gym but have forgotten to charge the earphones, as 15 minutes later they will be good to go for the length of a workout. Speaking of which, these earphones can also connect to the Jabra Sport Life App and in doing so will offer the wearer an integrated training experience with in-ear readouts during their workout including audio feedback on aspects like pace, time, distance and calories burned. You can find out more by heading through the link below.

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