JBL Endurance, a new line of sport earphones, has just been launched in Australia. JBL Endurance includes four new earphones, Endurance RUN, SPRINT, JUMP and DIVE, each designed with a unique set of features tailored to different types of sport activities.
To celebrate the release of both the Endurance & Reflect headphone range, JBL hosted an exclusive workout event, the Weekend Warrior Challenge. Taking place at Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach, warriors participated in four unique sessions hosted by four influential experts in their field. Hayden Quinn (The Cube Gym, MasterChef) increased heart rates with a soft sand run, Shannon Dooley (Retrosweat) had people water-grape vining with an ’80s inspired water aerobics ‘Retro Splash’, Nathan McCallum (Milestone Strength) tested the warrior’s strength with an endure workout and Mary Hoang (The Indigo Project) allowed people to slow down with a reflect meditation session.
Combining durability with the ultimate comfort and convenience, JBL Endurance earphones are the perfect audio companion for every type of athlete. The SPRINT, JUMP and DIVE wireless earphones are equipped with IPX7 waterproof technology to endure all conditions and weather, and can be safely rinsed clean after sweaty workouts. The earbuds’ form factor provides stability and the safety of Twistlock™ Technology and FlexSoft™ Comfort Fit silicon materials to ensure they will never hurt or fall out.
All earphones within the line-up are engineered with JBL’s Signature Sound with Pure Bass Performance so athletes can use their tracks as motivation to go the extra mile in the pool or on the pavement. Intuitive features including on-ear touch controls directly on the headphone give users the ability to easily control their music and volume, without fumbling for inline mics or phones. JBL Endurance wireless earphones feature 8 hours of playtime and its Speed Charge battery charges one hour of playback in just 10 minutes of charge.
“Combining our award-winning patented ergonomics with technology that withstands the most intense athletic performance, JBL Endurance earphones offer a range of solutions that can work with any athlete’s routine. This new range takes on a new form factor with ear controls and offers peak performance for a competitive price” says Marcus Fry, Brand Activation Director of AUNZ at HARMAN.
The Endurance series is built to be durable with each model tailored towards a specific sport or type of activity, so athletes don’t need to worry about wear and tear. The intuitive controls also make it easier and more convenient for athletes to focus on their activity instead of their headphones.
Endurance Range Features
JBL Endurance RUN is a wired earphone with IPX5 sweatproof rating and a tangle-free cord with remote and microphone so users can take calls and listen to music while hiking or on a jog through the neighbourhood. Its FlipHook™ design provides flexibility to wear both in-ear and behind-the-ear (RRP $29.95).
JBL Endurance SPRINT cuts the cords with a wireless design and boasts an IPX7 waterproof rating with MagHook™ magnetic earbuds for easy storage and convenience, so users can hit their playlists when their sneakers touch the track or the field (RRP $99.95).
JBL Endurance JUMP takes security and convenience to the next level, adding a durable neckband for secure fit and PowerHook™ buds that turn on and instantly connect when users wear them, and turn off when users take them off to ensure athletes can focus on every push-up, pull-up or squat (RRP $79.95).
JBL Endurance DIVE includes the same great features as JUMP, but are specifically designed for places where a smartphone can’t go. Including 1GB of onboard MP3 music storage for up to 200 music tracks, users can enjoy their favorite music while swimming or catching waves on a surfboard (RRP $139.95).
JBL’s new Endurance headphone range is now available on www.jbl.com.au and at select retailers. For your chance to pick up a JBL Endurance RUN or DIVE, simply email us in 25 words or less detailing why you should win and which one you’d prefer. Winner/s will be notified via email. Good luck!