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The New JBL Endurance Fitness Earphones – Tailored to Your Run, Sprint, Jump, Dive

It doesn’t matter what sport you do: there’s a JBL Endurance earphone for you. The famed audio company is releasing 4 new earphones in its Endurance series: the Run, Sprint, Jump and Dive, which are tailored to each athlete’s specific sport.

All of the earphones have a durable design which makes them the perfect accessory for the athlete who needs his music. All the models, except for Run (which is sweat resistant), has an IPX7 waterproof rating so you can be sure that it can withstand any conditions during your workout. Users are also able to wash your earphones after a sweaty, stinky workout, so hygiene isn’t a problem.

The form factors of all the earphones offer stability by combining the Twistlock and Flexsoft comfort technology, making sure that the earphones never fall out or hurt you while you’re working out.

Of course, the whole Endurance series is engineered with JBL’s Signature Sound with Pure Bass Performance. Athletes can use their tracks to motivate them to go the extra mile or complete another set. Volume is easy to adjust with the on-ear touch controls. The batteries on the Endurance series earphones can give you an hour of battery life with just 10 minutes of charge – perfect for when you realise you forgot to charge it but have to go on your daily morning run in 10 minutes. The wireless headphones (all except Run, which is wired and doesn’t require a charge) can give you a maximum of 8 hours of playback time.

You might be wondering what the differences between the 4 are. While waiting for our upcoming review, read on to learn more about this family of earphones before you make your purchase.

The JBL Endurance Run. Image: JBL


The JBL Endurance Run is a wired earphone with an IPX5 sweatproof rating and a tangle-free cord with remote and microphone. Its FlipHook design provides flexibility to wear it both in-ear and behind-the-ear configurations. The Endurance Run is more equipped for a jog or a hike rather than a fast-paced sprint.

The JBL Endurance Sprint


Speaking of sprinting, the JBL Endurance Sprint cuts the cords with a wireless design and is perfect for high intensity bouts of exercise like sprints. They boast an IPX7 waterproof rating and MagHook magnetic earbuds for easy storage and convenience so users can hit their playlists when their sneakers touch the track or the field.

The JBL Endurance Jump. Image: JBL


The JBL Endurance Jump takes security and convenience to the next level, and is perfect for HIIT and Crossfit practitioners, with the durable neckband offering a secure fit. It also features 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.

The JBL Endurance Dive


The JBL Endurance Dive includes the same great features as Jump but is 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 favourite music while swimming casually or playing intensive water sports.

All the Endurance earphones come in these colours, black, dark blue, light blue, yellow-black and are available for purchase at all leading retailers.

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