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JBL Launches Six New Fitness Headphones

Harman-owned, JBL, has further expanded its lifestyle fitness portfolio, with the addition of six new affordable headphones, claimed to support a wide range of exercise routines – including surfing and swimming.

The new “Endurance & Reflect” range will hit Aussie stores around August, priced between $29.95 and $149.95.

JBL is celebrating the new range with a special ‘Weekend Warrior Challenge’ in Bondi on August 19th, followed by an exclusive after-party supported by DJ Tigerlily. (RSVP and event details available on JBL’s website.) 

The fitness event will be led by Retrosweat Co-Founder, Shannon Dooley, The Cube Gym’s Hayden Quinn, Milestone Strength trainer Nathan McCallum and Mary Hoang from The Indigo Project.

Product information on the new “Endurance & Reflect” range is below, with further specifications on JBL’s website here.

JBL Endurance DIVE ($139.95)

  • designed to work where “smartphones can’t go” – e.g. while surfing or swimming
  • includes 1GB of onboard MP3 music storage (up to 200 music tracks)

JBL Reflect Mini BT 2 ($149.95)

  • wireless with ergonomic silicone tips and patented ‘Freebit’ enhancers (available in three sizes)
  • sweatproof with 3-button remote and mic
  • reflective cable for night-time visibility
  • 10 hour battery life

JBL Endurance RUN ($29.95) 

  • wired headphone with IPX5 sweatproof rating and ‘FlipHook’ design

JBL Endurance SPRINT ($99.99)

  • wireless with IPX7 waterproof rating, and ‘MagHook’ magnetic earbuds

JBL Endurance JUMP ($79.95)

  • neckband for reinforced fit with ‘PowerHook’ buds
  • instantly turns on and connects when worn, automatically turns off when removed

JBL Reflect Contour BT 2 ($149.95)

  • wireless and sweatproof with ear hook
  • three sizes of ‘Freebit’ enhancers
  • 3-button remote and mic for music and calls
  • reflective cable for night-time visibility
  • 10 hour battery life
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