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Bluetooth is a brand name, but it is also a concept. It refers to the technology that enables a wireless connection between a data storage device like a smart phone or computer, and a receiver, such as headphones or speakers that interpret the data and transform it into sound.
Bluetooth sports headphones have become extremely popular. This means that there are a lot of different models from which to choose.
Which one is best for you? That depends on the features you need.
Most of them come with standard features like play, pause, last song, next song, answer call, reject call, pause call and end call. But to meet customer demands, smart manufacturers have begun to add other features and to modify their design.
Whether or not you need water resistant Bluetooth sports headphones depends on the sports activity.
Not all sports are overly physical, and often headset use takes place before and after strenuous activity has occurred, as with gymnasts and swimmers. So it would be overkill if all sport Bluetooth units were water resistant.
Not everyone wants or needs the same options or features. But if you will be involved in strenuous sports activities where you sweat a lot or if you are outdoors, then a water resistant Bluetooth sports headphone is your best choice.
But, there are Bluetooth sunglasses. Bluetooth sunglasses may not be marketed as sport products, but they are most likely sold as such. With the sunglasses, manufacturers have solved the problem of keeping the ear buds where they belong, while comfortably keeping the unit on the head.
Besides actual designs, there are several options to consider. For example, some units pause the music when you answer a call, provide noise reduction, offer padded ear muffs instead of buds and longer lasting batteries. They come in a variety of colors and even the similar styles are different.
People that are serious about their sports are usually also serious about the equipment they use when they engage in their sport.
So which Bluetooth sports headphones are best for you?
If you are into the slower moving sports, like yoga or fishing, you might want something that has a long battery life, or has noise reduction.
If you’re into something that involves a lot of quick movement, perhaps you should focus on headphone fit.
If you sail or run, then you need something that is moisture resistant.
There are hundreds of different activities. It all comes down to what you need, and what you want.