The BackBeat Fit is flexible and sweat-proof.
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There is no need to pull out your phone to change or pause the song, controls are located right on the headphones.
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Thanks to a built-in microphone, the BackBeat Fit can also be used to answer calls.
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Weighing only 24 grams, the BackBeat Fit is comfortable to wear.
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An included two-in-one armband and carrying case bring more value to the BackBeat Fit.
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The BackBeat Fit will be available in lime and blue for $129 in April.
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