Blocking out sound so you can listen to what you want to listen to is Bose’s (https://www.bose.com/) claim to fame, and they’ve struck gold again with a new line of wireless sports headphones.
The Bose SoundSport Free Wireless Headphones deliver music and sound clearly while staying in place during strenuous activity and movement. The earbuds are also sweat- and weather-proof thanks to a moisture-repellant mesh in the open ports, and equipped with technology to adjust the Bluetooth connectivity based on location and proximity to the source of media.
After charging, the ear buds can last for five hours, or up to 10 hours with the charging case included with each set of buds. The buds also come with three pairs of StayHear+ sport tips for a comfortable fit that keeps them in place.
If a call happens to come in during your workout, you can switch to call mode and use the dual microphone located in the right earbud.
Pair the buds’ audio capabilities with a visual component, such as with tablets or smartphones that support AVDTP, via Firmware and the Connect app or btu.bose.com.
The SoundSport Free wireless headphones can be purchased on Amazon.com or Bose’s website for $199.95.
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