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The Jabra Sport headset is designed to resist rain, dust, and drops. It streams wireless audio from connected phones, plus has a mic so you can answer calls on the run.
The Sport's behind-the-ear design makes it light but a tight fit and tricky to place properly.
The Sport's earbuds are large and tough to jam into small ears. Audio leaks, too, but environmental sounds can be heard, which is good for safety.
A volume bar and FM button sit on the Sport's right ear loop. The headset's built-in FM tuner works with or without a phone connection.
Pressing the Play/Pause button also toggles the headset's power. A voice announces alerts such as connection and on/off status.
The cord connecting the Jabra Sport's two earpieces is on the short side, but is flat to resist tangles.