Far too expensive for what they deliver. To build the heart rate monitor can not justify the price.
Sonically they are ok but not more. In-ear is pretty sensitive to how well they sit so little trickery with different sizes of plugs and wings before you find the combination that suits.
Have not used them a long time yet but have already noticed that they lose reception sometime now and then and cut, just a second or so, but a bit annoying. This though I have the phone in your pocket.
Works well with Runkeeper. Quick and easy to sync together. Have not tested the Jabra's app other than to check the battery status. (Which says 4:30 when it is full, guess it's time).
A bit annoying is that they are key combinations that are not consistent with what I'm used to (Apple's headset). For example, "skip'ar" man by holding a volume key for 2sec.
The first copy I received was defective, just noises in right ear. We'll see how the quality is in the long run.
Functionally well with the sound and, above all, the base is under criticism for a passport so this expensive handset. Do again do right.
Very good with a pulse meter
Not able to test much yet but here are my first impressions. Used together with my iPhone 6th
- I experience sound quality that is absolutely acceptable
- Sits well in the ears
- Great app
- Easy to get started
- The heart rate monitor works fine and can be used in eg Runkeeper
- Lost touch with the phone on a few occasions, it resulted in hacking when listening to music and the pulse was down to 0 in the Runkeeper.
- Could have been nicer aesthetically
- The short battery life allows the usage area decreases
If you are looking for a pair of wireless headphones for exercise alone and also lacks a heart rate monitor previously, these are lurking to recommend!