Most wearable products today are heavily focused on sports and activity tracking. Jabra, a brand that prides itself in making quality wireless audio products, has recently introduced a Sports Bluetooth in-ear earphones that also water resistant – called the Jabra Halo Free.
It has a compact water resistant design, comfortable to wear, easy to use, with different wearing styles, along with hands-free calling functionality which are some of notable points of the Jabra Halo Free Bluetooth headsets. With a price tag of $79.99, Halo Free is a convenient headset for those who need to wireless music and hands-free calling, while jogging, running or exercising though individual player aspect.
The Halo Free in-ear earphones features a simple design, the earbuds are attached to the two ends of a long flat rubber strap which goes behind your neck. Jabra claims that the earphones comes an app available on both Android and iOS platforms, allowing users to perform more customized, including reading calendar, email, messaging, and more. Also, there is a dedicated button on the in-line remote controller to activate Siri or Google Now to order the phone without turning on.
There is an inline remote control close to the right earbud, the remote has the play/pause/call button right in the centre, flanked by volume up and down buttons. The rear of the left earbud on the Halo Free can be popped open to reveal the Micro-USB port for charging.
The battery on this Jabra Halo Bluetooth Headset is rated for 5 hours of music or calling time, while the standby time is claimed up to 14 days. Weighing only 17 grams, the headset will feels extremely light when wearing, but the most notable thing is there will be a lot of bass, no sense of uncertainty.
Jabra Halo Free Specifications
- Dimensions: 32.3 x 15 x 25.3 mm
- Weight: 17 grams
- Battery life: Music or call time up to 5 hours / standby time of 14 days
- Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.1, MicroUSB 2.0
- Driver: 8mm dynamic driver
- Impedance: 16 ohms
- Frequency response range: 20-20000 Hz