Enjoy your music while training with these Under Armour wireless headphones. These audio devices are sweat proof and have TwistLock technology to keep the earpieces in place through any workout. Designed by JBL, these Under Armour wireless headphones meet the highest audio standards and provide up to 8 hours of battery life to last many workouts.
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Not too comfortable
Posted by: CAPNDigital from: on
I was so excited to get these only to be a bit let down. I could not get these to power on easily even after charging them for an hour. (The instructions included were not helpful at all.) Once on they paired very quickly to my iPhone and sounded awful. After over an hour of changing out the ear tips and enhancers, I found a set that kind of fit. It helped the sound to be quite a bit fuller than at first listen. The music sounded great when I had the proper fit, but the enhancers are far to hard and irritating to wear for more than about 30mins at a time.
I do not have an arm band for when I go for a walk, I put my phone in my pocket, I was having problems with these cutting out the faster I walked for some reason.
The included clip was nice to secure the headphones to my shirt so I would not lose the headphones when I take them out my ears. They are secure in my ears and not likely to fall out while working out.
The tack up, down, play and pause buttons work as they should. Pushing the button to answer a call was great when out for a walk with the phone in my pocket. Call quality is fair, it was nice to be able to answer a call while on a walk and not hold my phone. I personally would not use these as often as I do my lesser wired ear buds.
Overall I was disappointed in the comfort if these in-ear headphones, but they sounded great once I had the right size ear tips and enhancers installed.
67 out of 68 found this review helpful.
Music to my ears! Fantastic!
Posted by: WesternSky from: Florida on
I'm an avid weightlifter and I was tired of my headphone cords getting caught up when I was working out. Enter these headphones..These headphones are wonderful since they connect via Bluetooth to my phone and don't get in the way when I'm working out. I'm no audiophile by any means but I am a huge music fan. The sound on these is phenomenal. They are definitely better than the Apple headphones that came with my iPhone. They have more base as well as depth in general than any headphones I've ever owned. I've been hearing base and levels in my music that I never knew existed until I tried on these headphones! They have great noise cancelling also! When fitted properly, they stay in my ear very well. There are two pieces on the headphone where you customize the size to ensure this. There is a part that goes into your ear canal itself and there is a piece that fits into the outer ridges of your ear. These two pieces come in multiple sizes to ensure they fit snugly into anyone's ear. It took me about 10 minutes of trying on different sizes to find my ideal fit. They are very comfortable once fitted properly. The max volume on these is loud. Turned all the way down, these headphones are even still too loud for me! Also if you want to skip songs, it's a bit different than on Apple headphones. Instead of double pressing the middle button to skip a track, press the top button for 1.5 seconds. Similarly, to go back a song, press the bottom button for 1.5 seconds.
I had no problem pairing these with both my iPhone 6s and my 2010 MacBook Pro. Battery life on these seems to be excellent. I've been using them for about an hour, and they are still nearly fully charged.
Overall, a great pair of headphones!
16 out of 16 found this review helpful.
Nice sound, in the right position...
Posted by: RedOmen from: on
I have had these for a few days now, and the sound is top notch for in-ear headphones. Blue tooth was easy to operate, and they come with a carrying pouch that can fit the charging cable and whichever set of ear covers you want to outfit these with (it comes with several different sizes of covers to fit these comfortably into your ear).
The one drawback stems from what it takes to hear the quality of the sound these phones produce. The covers for the ear buds are made of a rubber texture that does not do much in the way of comfort, and I actually found my ears hurting a bit as I tried the different sizes of covers to position these in my ear in a way that was comfortable and still allowed the full sound of these to come through.
Overall, If you are just planning to use these while working out (which is my plan, so that I can avoid any damage to my comfy, plush, over-ear headphones that I wear for pleasure) or for very short stints, these will work just fine and get the job done without sacrificing much in the way of sound quality. If you are looking for something for extended upcoming travel, or for activities that may require a longer duration, you may want to look elsewhere or at least try to identify more comfortable ear covers before you get these. I'd recommend these based on sound quality (JBL certainly knows sound!) but with caution for those looking for comfort. The ear covers may be durable, but certainly not as comfortable as the typical ear buds with foam covers, and quite a bit more taxing to find the "right" position to maximize the sound properly in both ears. Would rate a 3.8 if I could, but am rounding up to a 4 (not likely you will find earbuds with better sound).
11 out of 11 found this review helpful.
High-Performance Sport Headphones
Posted by: Kelby from: on
JBL and Under Armour make a good pair. I like the red and black coloring, as well as the controls, which are in a good location and are easy to use. Additionally, the earbuds “TwistLock” technology is very effective. They stay in my ear, even when running. I also think the carrying case is a nice addition.
JBL makes high-quality audio products, and these are no exception. I was immediately impressed with the audio quality after using them for the first time. They sound great, but the bass could be a little better. I enjoy headphones with good bass while working out, so it is unfortunate that these slightly missed the mark in that regard, but they produce quality audio overall.
In comparison to other wireless headphones I have tried, these headphones are not as comfortable. I do not have any problems with the comfort when wearing the headphones for short periods of time, but prolonged use sometimes causes discomfort. The earbuds are also on the larger side, so I would not recommend them for those with smaller ears. However, there are several earbud sizes, so there is still a good chance that you will find a size that fits.
With one hour workouts each day, a full charge lasts me about a week. Up to eight hours of battery life is advertised, and I have found that to be accurate. This amount of time suits my needs, so I am happy with the battery life.
With impressive audio quality and battery life, as well as an appealing design that also stays in your ears, these headphones are ideal for workouts. I had hoped that these headphones would be more comfortable and have a little more bass, which is the reason for my four-star rating instead of five, but I would consider these minor negatives in comparison to the positives I have mentioned. Overall, these headphones are effective for their use, and I would recommend them to those who are looking for wireless sport headphones.
7 out of 8 found this review helpful.
Very nice earbuds for active people.
Posted by: LouRevue from: Washington, DC on
Fairly impressed with these earbuds. Initially, I've never really been fans of JBL headphones. Pretty much all the ones I've had previously either didn't have good sound quality or weren't built well. However these earbuds seem to be quite good overall in both sound and build.
First off, the size/weight is very good I think. The majority of the weight is in the earbuds themselves so there's no dongle or heavy inline remote weighing the earbuds down. Total length of the earbuds is about 21 inches long.
Sound quality is good. The specs state there is a "Pure Bass Performance" with these headsets. This isn't true. If you're a basshead looking for deep thumping bass, you're not going to get it with these. Sound quality is still pretty good and the bass is okay, It' there but not the deep thump some people would expect.
Earbuds come with a handy carrying case, several sized earbuds, charging cable as well as a complimentary 12 month membership to Under Armour's MapMyRun service for use with your iPhone/Android device. Personally, not a runner so not really sure I'm going to take advantage of this unfortunately.
The fit of these earbuds is what I appreciate the most. These have a "Twistlock" feature which keeps the earbuds nice and snug. It works very well. Whether jumping up and down, shaking your head or even moderate jogging, these earbuds didn't fall out which is quite nice. When moving, there is some vibration in the cord which is sort of to be expected but nothing annoying.
Overall, nice earbuds for the athletic person or even just for riding the subway. Kind of wished there was more bass in these earbuds but nothing to get bent out of shape over.
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Well they fit snug in the ear. Sound not so hot.
Posted by: kndahappy from: Dallas on
I jumped on this after being disappointed by my 3rd Jaybirds X2s. 1st the sound is dry and lifeless, weak bass. Sound is the key to listening to music so this is a killer and I don't expect this product to maintain this $150.00 price point. The wire is thin and you receive minor "Bump" noise as it bounced off you body. Control buttons are well sized, Red & Black look good. It sits in my ears very well, the "Twist Lock" method is a go! compared to the Jaybirds. But sound for sound the Jaybirds are far better,... only if the Jaybirds lasted longer than 6-8 months. Well I guess I'll wait for the BeatsX's to come out. There has to be some product that is sturdy and sounds good.
2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Posted by: rahimdanuwa14 from: on
Really good headphones although I cannot make phone calls.
5 out of 9 found this review helpful.
A No Brainer
Posted by: greenrita from: washington dc on
This UnderArmour Wireless Sport Headset is not only an excellent choice for the fitness junkie but for anyone who wants great hands-free earbud audio performance without having to fidget with earbuds that keep falling out of place.
The unit’s design and packaging are very aesthetically pleasing: modern, upscale and a fashionable match for the UnderArmour Brand.
But, in light of the fact that we are facing the 6th Extinction because of human inability to manage toxic waste, I’d like to see more earth friendly packaging and an indication that all materials are recyclable. I don’t like that the consumer is asked to retain all packaging in the event of a need to return. I really would only like to retain the barcode and proof of purchase since, over time, storage of packaging materials sucks up precious home storage.
Less expensive packaging would also reduce the cost of the unit to the consumer, even those who don’t care if we burn up the planet may appreciate that design outcome.
For convenience, a nice touch is the round, zippered carry case with the UA Logo to carry the earbuds and the charging cord. So, no more tangled dangling wires to manage.
Five different earbud tips, from small to large, afford a range to suit any sized ear.
The earbuds have a buffer that acts as a sound isolation or enhancement feature. As well, the buffer keeps the earbud solidly in place.
The cord connecting the audio earbuds is shorter than experienced with other units; but, a good exchange for the shorter cord is
a clip that can be connected to your clothes; so, when the set is not plugged into your ears, it won’t slip off and get lost, a very smart idea. Many times I have had an emotional meltdown when I’d reach for the headset at my neck and found it had slipped off in the car or elsewhere.
BTW, no plug for standard electric outlets is included. You can only charge via USB port unless you have a plug from another device; but, bear in mind, I am not certain if there are any compatibility issues with that solution.
The Warranty and Instructions are printed in a near illegible font size. Not consumer friendly. But, since I have owned wireless headsets before, connecting to blue tooth with this headset was a snap. Seniors will need a magnifying glass to read their manual and related documents.
The FCC + IC statement reveal that the unit ‘may accept interference’ …even ‘undesired interference’ which, I surmise, means that the potential for surveillance of one’s communication is high. And, in this day of Hemisphere, the consumer must heed that message seriously.
Also, though the unit is promoted to be used by sports people, the Warranty states “for home use only”. That language may mean that exposure to inclement weather, sweat, other outdoor or gym activities with their potential impacts may void the Warranty.
Though there was information that the unit met standards regarding the impact of EMF’s (electro-magnetic fields) on the human body, especially the brain. I would like a link to the research, especially since data on blood type genetics indicates that each person has a different tolerance for environmental bio-field interferences.
Would be nice also if JBL and UnderArmour in collaboration with Harman Manufacturing could create some sort of community re-investment in the indigenous people and their territories where component materials are sourced. The sacrifice of their lives and lands to industrial mines affords the ‘developed’ world’s consumers luxurious tech at an externalized cost for which there needs to be fair exchange or really an entirely new solution. .
Another nice perk is the FREE TRIAL Membership to UnderArmour’s www.mapmyrun.com to monitor your fitness program.
1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
So far the best
Posted by: Beefy from: on
This item has excellent sound I would suggest this one over all the ones that are out there on the market
1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
These sounds terrific
Posted by: joyceeb07 from: on
I have tried so many wireless earbuds from all types of stores, and these sound the best so far. They also feel the most comfortable out of all the ones I have tried so far.