Jabra Elite Sport Price in Hong Kong & Specs

This is a pair of BluetoothEarphones and has an In-Ear fitting. Additionally, the headphones come in Black.

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Cheapest Jabra Elite Sport Price in Hong Kong is HK$ 1,323.80

The Jabra Elite Sport is now available in Hong Kong. The cheapest Jabra Elite Sport price in Hong Kong is HK$ 1,323.80 from Amazon. Jabra Elite Sport price details are updated June 2019.

Jabra Elite Sport Specs

Design
Product Type BluetoothEarphones
Transmission Mode Cordless
Type of Fitting In-Ear
Colour Black
Earcup Material Plastic
Body Material Plastic
Features
Adjustable Headband No
Noise Cancelling No
Microphone Yes
Collapsible No
Music Function
Volume Yes
Play Yes
Pause Yes
Next Track Yes
Previous Track Yes
Function
Rechargeable Yes
Battery
Operating Time 15h
Talk Time 5h
Call Function
Voice Dialling No
Call on Hold Yes
Reject Call Yes
Answer Call Yes
End Call Yes

Reviews of Jabra Elite Sport

macworld.com
Reviewed on 2018-01-09
Largely accurate heart rate and step tracking, Accelerometer allows headphones to track exercise reps, Bassheavy sound great for working out, Sweat and splashproof, Acceptable battery life, Companion phone app details workout metrics in easytounderstand t...
Uncomfortable to wear for long periods of time, Large size makes for a potentially difficult fit, Audio transparency provides distorted sense of situational awareness, Bassheavy audio drowns the enjoyment out of music when outside of the gym, Heartrate se...
Jabra is known for its hands-free speakers and wireless phone headsets, so last year's release of the Elite Sport Truly Wireless Headphones ($250 MSRP) wasn't a surprise. The company's first stab at truly wireless earbuds is geared entirely for athletes...
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nikktech.com
Reviewed on 2017-09-24
Build Quality (IP67 Rated), Design / Size, Heart Rate Monitor / Tri Axis Accelerometer, Hearthrough / Sidetone Features, Impressive Audio Quality (For The Size), Excellent Stability, Wireless Stereo, Bluetooth v4.1, Jabra Sport Life App, Bundled Charging...
Battery Life (Only Up To 3 Hours), Current Price Tag, Upgraded Lime Version Already Available
Listening to music wirelessly while on the go or while exercising has always been very important to me and no matter how hard I've tried over the years i just can't seem to find the perfect stereo earbuds for me (and the same applies to many people i know...
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chipchick.com
Reviewed on 2017-07-31
Improved battery life makes them suitable for distance runners, decent audio quality, now has adjustable EQ settings, consistent fitness tracking, waterproof
Large and heavy, so so for calls when outdoors, pretty expensive, Prev2 of 2Next
Usually, a refreshed device that simply tacks on a little battery life and nothing else wouldn't be all that exciting, but it's just that little tweak that has taken the Jabra Elite Sport true wireless earbuds from a great product to a potential must-have...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2017-07-27
The Jabra Elite Sport Upgraded is a set of totally fully waterproof wireless sports earphones with a built-in heart-rate monitor that sounds quite good. Battery life is 4.5 hours, and the case delivers two more charges of equal length. Works very well as...
May be a tad bulky for some people's ears, pricey, you lose some bass (and sound quality in general) if you don't get a tight seal
Jabra's Elite Sport Upgraded isn't really a new version of the company's sports-oriented totally wireless earphones, but they do feature one important change: A brand-new battery that provides 50 percent more battery life (4.5 hours instead of 3 hours) be...
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phonescoop.com
Reviewed on 2017-07-22
The 2017 Elite Sport from Jabra are finding themselves in a more crowded field than when the first pair debuted less than a year ago. These fully wireless earbuds compete with models from Apple, WinnerGear, NuHeara, and myriad others. Where the originals...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-24
Powerful audio performance with boosted bass, Waterproof design, HearThrough lets you to monitor your surroundings while listening to audio, Built-in heart rate sensor and accelerometer
Expensive, Short battery life, Audio not for those seeking a crisp, defined response
As more cable-free wireless earphone pairs emerge, we're getting a better sense of common design elements (like portable charging cases), as well as aspects that set them apart. At $249.99, the Jabra Elite Sport is one of the more expensive pairs we've te...
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macrumors.com
Reviewed on 2017-03-16
Comfy and secure fit, Surprisingly good sound, Advanced tracking features, Motivational workout app,
Occasionally erratic HR tracking, Short battery life, In-ear buttons won't suit everyone
Headphone jack controversies aside, Apple's cord-free AirPods have contributed to a recent surge of interest in "truly wireless" earphones, with several companies vying for a piece of the market. Denmark-based audio outfit Jabra has embraced the freedo...
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goodhousekeeping.com
Reviewed on 2017-03-11
No wires, Comes with compact charging case, Has three sizes of bud tips, in both silicon and form, Two wing tip options for added security, Built-in heart rate monitor, Sweat resistant — with a 3 year warranty against failure due to sweat, In-ear audio co...
Poor battery life compared with similar models, Can be hard to place in charging case
The Good Housekeeping Institute has always been a fan of Jabra's line of sports headphone and we were impressed with the new Jabra Sport Elite earbuds. These fully wireless earbuds -—yes, that means no wires at all, even between the buds — and have built-...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-17
Customizable tips allow for a secure fit, IP67 water and dust resistance, Included fitness tracking keeps tabs on your heartrate, steps, calories burned, and more, Solid sound isolation from noises around you
Bulky, ugly design, Official companion app is underwhelming, Physical buttons are difficult to press when wearing the earbuds, Weak battery life and slow recharge times compared to AirPods, Charging case uses microUSB, Expensive
Truly wireless earbuds are all the rage in the audio world right now. Headphones that connect wirelessly to our devices via Bluetooth aren't anything new, but the age of bulky over-the-ear designs and earbuds that feature a cord connecting the two speake...
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geekdad.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-15
Some of you may remember my article about refusing to review any more headphones unless they are truly exceptional For those who don't recall, I was flooded with headphones last year Some made it to the site, some made it to my junk drawer But I was tired...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-07
Maintains a strong Bluetooth connectio, Good audio qualit, Guided cross-training workout, Lots of ear sizing options
Blan, chunky desig, Buttons are hard to pres, Syncs only with Strav, Inaccurate heart-rate monitor
The age of truly wireless earbuds is here. While Apple’s AirPods have received the most attention, there are now at least half a dozen of these cord-free earbuds, with more to come. Jabra’s entry, the Elite Sport, adds a fitness element: They have an opti...
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booredatwork.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-04
What's in the Box? The Jabra Elite Sport buds themselves, which promise up to 9 hours of use on a single charge. There are several earbud cushions to fit almost any ear shape. So unless your name is Dumbo and you happen to work in a circus you should be g...
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chipchick.com
Reviewed on 2017-01-30
Solid connection to the phone and between buds, decent audio quality, comprehensive fitness tracking, user-friendly companion app, fit securely, terrific for making calls or using voice assistants, IP67 waterproof
A little light on bass, battery life is just average, can get uncomfortable when worn for over an hour, buttons on the buds are small and hard to press, Prev2 of 2Next
In short order, we've been hit with a huge number of true wireless earbuds — wireless earbuds that lack even a cord to connect the two buds. Generally, true wireless earbuds are one of two types. The first are purely for audio, and tend to be smaller and...
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geardiary.com
Reviewed on 2017-01-29
Battery life, Heart rate monitor, Turn off automatically when docked
No third-party apps like RunKeeper or Apple Health to track and sync heart rate monitor; No noise-cancellation
Jabra is an audio company that is known for their high-performance premium headphones. And a lot is the same with their Jabra Elite Sport earbuds, a competitor in the completely wireless headphone market looking to take down Apple's Airpods. We had an op...
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the-gadgeteer.com
Reviewed on 2017-01-28
Secure, comfortable fit, Excellent build quality, Great sound quality, Accurate, wireless HRM, Sweat/waterproof, HearThrough mode for situational awareness, Very nice charging/carrying case, 3 year sweat warranty
Expensive
2016 marked the beginning of the end for many electronic ports that we have all come to know and love. Change is difficult but this consolidation and optimization of ports will ultimately mean thinner, lighter devices. The most controversial loss was Appl...
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hw4all.com
Reviewed on 2017-01-19
Jabra Elite Sport can boast the best sound of all hitherto tested wireless sports headphones. Although this model lacks a little volume and saturation of sound, the rest of the device sounds remarkably balanced and detailed.Out opinion: The best sound tha...
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soundguys.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-31
Good connection, Plenty of health features
Price, Sound Quality
I can't be the only one who really wants truly wireless earbuds to be a thing. There are plenty of options out there but the most they do is just work. The general consensus is that they're just not good enough yet to replace your average Bluetooth earbud...
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phonescoop.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-23
Jabra's Elite Sport are the latest set of totally cord-free Bluetooth headphones aimed at fitness folk. These separate buds aren't just for listening to music, they also monitor your heart rate and offer in-ear coaching. If you're looking to rid yourself...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-21
Comfortable design with multiple bud tip and ear wing options, Can track cardio and strength exercises, Charging case helps fuel the buds when they've run out of battery and helps keep them from getting lost, Jabra Sport Life app is easy to use and robust...
Heart rate monitor consistently under-reads pulse during high-intensity exercise, Battery life is pretty short
Jabra, the audio company that has an impressive line of fitness tracking earbuds, has embraced wireless technology.The $250 Jabra Elite Sport wireless buds are similar to Samsung's Gear IconX and the Bragi Dash earbuds in that they are made of two modules...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-13
The Jabra Elite Sport is a set of totally fully waterproof wireless sports earphones with a built-in heart-rate monitor that sounds quite good if you can get a tight seal. Works very well as a headset as single or stereo buds. Compatible with leading thir...
May be a tad bulky for some people's ears, pricey, battery life between case charges is only three hours
No, the Apple AirPods aren't the only "true wireless" headphones you can buy. Several other competitors have trickled into the market for standalone left and right earbuds in recent months, including the Motorola VerveOnes, Samsung Galaxy Gear IconX, Erat...
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