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Get your music mobile with the new Jabra Step Wireless earbuds

Get your music mobile with the new Jabra Step Wireless earbuds

No stranger to wireless headsets, Jabra has just announced the release of the Jabra Step Wireless, a set of angled noise-isolating earbuds that are IP52-certified rain and dust resistant. Weighing in at just 16.5g, and measuring just 20 x 20 x 16 mm, these earbuds are certainly compact enough to fit into your pocket and light enough so you can keep them on all day without fatigue.

The Jabra Step Wireless has soft, flexible GelHooks that offer you a natural fit around your ears, and three sizes of angled EarGels to provide custom comfort in them, thus making them a pleasure to wear. It also features in-line controls for your music and calls, and promises four straight hours of music/talk time on a single charge (which takes approximately two hours), with a good six days standby time. Complaint to Bluetooth 4.0 standards, the Step Wireless also supports A2DP v1.2 and AVRCP v1.5, so you know you’re getting true two channel stereo.

The Jabra Step Wireless is available at Apple premium resellers, Challenger stores, Harvey Norman, POPULAR bookstores and other authorised Jabra resellers now for S$108.

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I have used Jabra Sport for a couple of years now and find it VERY uncomfortable to wear for more than one hour - so only good for a trip to the gym.

This new design looks like it would also be uncomfortable for me.

I also use Jabra Clipper, which is by far the best design I have found for a bluetooth stereo headset. The best thing is that when the earbuds wear out, you just get a new standard set and plug them in to the Clipper! It's not waterproof, which is why I still use Jabra Sport at the gym.


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