Yurbuds Leap review

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  • Yurbuds Leap

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Size 6 x 10 cm (2.4 x 3.9 in)
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Top Ten Reviews

Durable enough to handle your intense workouts

from Top Ten Reviews

Despite being powered by JBL, the Yurbuds Leap lacks the audio quality of better Bluetooth earphones, but the sweat-proof and water-resistant design provides good value for intense workouts. The twist-locking earbuds provide a stable and comfortable fit, but only if they fit your ears. Otherwise, you'll have to buy additional sizes.

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Despite being powered by JBL, the Yurbuds Leap lacks the audio quality of better Bluetooth earphones, but the sweat-proof and water-resistant design provides good value for intense workouts. The twist-locking earbuds provide a stable and comfortable fit, but only if they fit your ears. Otherwise, you'll have to buy additional sizes.

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TechHive

These earbuds stay in your ear—no matter what

from TechHive

Yurbuds won’t fall out of your head while you’re exercising, which solves the number-one complaint most people have with earbuds. In that regard, they might be the next best thing to custom-fit earbuds. Now with the Leap Wireless, they’ve done away with the cable that chains the...More

Yurbuds won’t fall out of your head while you’re exercising, which solves the number-one complaint most people have with earbuds. In that regard, they might be the next best thing to custom-fit earbuds. Now with the Leap Wireless, they’ve done away with the cable that chains the earbuds to your device. But you’ll need to stick a pair in your ear to see if their solution is as comfortable as you can tolerate; and perhaps more importantly, if you find their audio quality to be up to snuff.

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PC Magazine

Good-sounding, secure-fitting earphones designed for intense exercise

from PC Magazine

At $100, the Leap Wireless is a rare in-ear Bluetooth pair that's made for exercise, but does not boost the bass wildly. While the audio performance is not audiophile-level, it is definitely geared more towards lovers of flat response who still want to hear bass when it's in the mix.

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At $100, the Leap Wireless is a rare in-ear Bluetooth pair that's made for exercise, but does not boost the bass wildly. While the audio performance is not audiophile-level, it is definitely geared more towards lovers of flat response who still want to hear bass when it's in the mix.

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