JBL Teams Up With Under Armour For Heart Rate-Sensing Wireless Headphones

    JBL launched two wireless in-ear headphones in partnership with Under Armour, An American sports clothing and accessories company. The partnership is to bring premium performance audio products to athletes who demand the ultimate in sport and sound

    The two models: UA Headphones Wireless Heart Rate and UA Headphones Wireless are engineered by JBL, provides instant heart rate measured directly from the ear at the touch of a button.

    JBL Teams With Under Armour For Heart Rate-Sensing Wireless Headphones

    With a built-in connection to UA Record, Under Armour's definitive health and fitness platform, these headphones constantly stream heart rate data to keep athletes synced with their fitness goals.

    Both models of headphones are built for durability and feature an IPX 5 rating built to withstand sweat and water. In addition, JBL's Twistlock technology guarantees the headphones will never fall out while the Flexsoft finishing provides long-lasting comfort.

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    "Today's consumers demand the best in sport equipment, defining high performance in terms of form, function and design. The UA Headphones Wireless Heart Rate and UA Headphones Wireless exceed those demands, providing seamless connectivity, impressive ergonomics and, as always, a powerful acoustic experience from JBL," said Michael Mauser, president, Lifestyle Audio Division, Harman.

    The UA Headphones Wireless by JBL is priced at $180, while the UA Headphones Wireless Heart Rate is priced at $250. Both headphones are available for pre-order starting January 5, 2016 at JBL.com and UnderArmour.com

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