Jabra Elite Sport review

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  • Jabra Elite Sport

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Specification
Warranty (Months) 36 months
Release date
Size 11 x 4 cm (4.3 x 1.6 in)
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


Headphonecheck.com

True wireless in-ears for sports with impressive app integration

from Headphonecheck.com

The Jabra Elite Sport doesn’t sound as convincing as other models in the Elite series. Too little bass and a high-mid heaviness are what to expect here, with the model providing a viable but not great sound experience. In addition, the fit is somewhat uncomfortable due to the device size and sh...More

The Jabra Elite Sport doesn’t sound as convincing as other models in the Elite series. Too little bass and a high-mid heaviness are what to expect here, with the model providing a viable but not great sound experience. In addition, the fit is somewhat uncomfortable due to the device size and shape, with pressure problems and wearing fatigue a likely outcome depending on your anatomy. However, what the Jabra Elite Sport has to offer in combination with the app in terms of sporting applications is impressive, with enough potential to entice the more fitness-focused user.

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Tech Advisor

Great wireless earbuds for the fitness focused

from Tech Advisor

The Jabra Elite Sport are fairly pricey but you get a lot for your money thanks to additional fitness features. Accurate heart rate monitoring and clever tracking combine to make these great for running and working out. Sound quality is decent, too, but if you’re not going to use the sporty features then look elsewhere.

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The Jabra Elite Sport are fairly pricey but you get a lot for your money thanks to additional fitness features. Accurate heart rate monitoring and clever tracking combine to make these great for running and working out. Sound quality is decent, too, but if you’re not going to use the sporty features then look elsewhere.

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Macworld

These will satisfy athletes but not audiophiles

from Macworld

Jabra's Elite Sport are an exceptional workout companion, but their middling audio makes them a less ideal choice outside of the gym.

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Jabra's Elite Sport are an exceptional workout companion, but their middling audio makes them a less ideal choice outside of the gym.

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JimsReviewRoom

Offer a good amount of quality for the average consumer

from JimsReviewRoom

For the price you pay, the Jabra Elite Sport earphones do give you practically everything a pair of sport earphones, and Truly Wireless earphones can offer today.  From a very good audio experience to a robust lineup of fitness features, it’s very much worth a look at if you’re in the market for a Truly Wireless experience.

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For the price you pay, the Jabra Elite Sport earphones do give you practically everything a pair of sport earphones, and Truly Wireless earphones can offer today.  From a very good audio experience to a robust lineup of fitness features, it’s very much worth a look at if you’re in the market for a Truly Wireless experience.

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Ausdroid

Were as close to faultless as I could ever ask for

from Ausdroid

I found the Elite Sport to be a fantastic accessory to my phone. The convenient carry case was always with me and as a result I never forgot them nor do I feel like I’ll lose them, and as earbuds they were fantastic.

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I found the Elite Sport to be a fantastic accessory to my phone. The convenient carry case was always with me and as a result I never forgot them nor do I feel like I’ll lose them, and as earbuds they were fantastic.

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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.

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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.

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Pickr

So small and work so well

from Pickr

Despite the odd quirk or two and the lack of bass, it’s very easy to fall in love with Jabra’s terrifically tiny earphones, delivering a nice sharp and clear sound in a size and form-factor that is remarkably future friendly.

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Despite the odd quirk or two and the lack of bass, it’s very easy to fall in love with Jabra’s terrifically tiny earphones, delivering a nice sharp and clear sound in a size and form-factor that is remarkably future friendly.

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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.

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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.

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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 see...More

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 enough find.

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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,...More

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.

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