Back in August last year, Samsung-owned Harman introduced a new under Armour-branded on-ear sports headphone model referred to as the UA Sport Wireless Train branded Engineered with the aid of JBL, a subsidiary of Harman. Scheduled to deliver in December 2017, the UA game wireless train Headphones promised to reinvent the gym headphone. They’re finally being launched now for $two hundred, with global pricing to be had soon.
JBL Under Armour Train Bluetooth Sports Headphones Design
Under Armour Sport Wireless Train On-Ear Headphones from JBL are designed to face up to the sweat and stress of your workout. SuperVent cloth at the ear cushions is engineered to maintain things light, breathable, and durable. The SuperVent fabric can even be removed and hand washed when wished. A special grip cloth at the inner of the headband helps to maintain the headphones feeling smooth and staying positioned while you workout.
JBL have given Wireless Train a rugged design that is meant to withstand being thrown into your gym bag. It also sports an IPX4 rating for sweat-resistance.
The other layout feature worth noting is the large buttons for volume and track control (you hold the up-volume button to advance tracks forward and down-volume to skip back).
JBL Under Armour Train Bluetooth Sports Headphones Features
Up to 16 Hours of Playback
Charge 5 Minutes for 1 Hour of Playback
SuperVent Light and Breathable Fabric
Fabric can be Removed and Hand-Washed
Headband Grip Material for Stability
Rugged Design with IPX4 Sweat-Resistance
Bluetooth Wireless Technology
Hear Through the Music with TalkThru
JBL Charged Sound for Rich Bass Sound
JBL Under Armour Train Bluetooth Sports Headphones Price
The UA made the Sport Wireless Trains $50 cheaper than the $250 Project Rocks. $200 is a much more compelling price point, especially when it still has all of the features that make The Rock’s pair appeal to people who hit the gym frequently.