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Hi Nikerocks,

I'm using the Jabra sport, but I can tell you is do make some research before you buy those wireless earphone. My Jabra sport within 1/2yr changed 2 set, my fren Plantonic 1yr changed 4 set. I'm still using my Jabra now till it warranty end. So far my fren changed to Jaybird, so far so good but is ex $199 you can get it from NUX box also. Hope this help

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Hi,

how abt the sony wireless mp3 ? it water resistant too.

price $129. anyone own it,pls share yr review here

thks

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Hi,

how abt the sony wireless mp3 ? it water resistant too.

price $129. anyone own it,pls share yr review here

thks

I own one. It's 2g and can last for 6-7 hrs with an hour's charge. To copy songs, just connect to pc and drag and drop. It is very comfortable to wear while running. I am very happy with it.

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Hi,

how abt the sony wireless mp3 ? it water resistant too.

price $129. anyone own it,pls share yr review here

thks

i have both the older version (eraser shape) and the new model (smaller). i found the new model to be not so fitting at the earbuds, pops out for the right ear by 7km or so. The old model is more fitting, ran a full marathon in it without it coming out at all.

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Hi,

how abt the sony wireless mp3 ? it water resistant too.

price $129. anyone own it,pls share yr review here

thks

Hi i had a personal review of this earphone @ runnercove.blogspot.sg

feel free to comment.. thanks

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Just a update on the Jaybird freedom, died on me in last than a year, did a one to one replacement, sad to say, only lasted 2 months and it breaks down. The main problem with all these wirelesss hearphone i believe would be sweat, and with the design of the charging USB connector......the sweat will make it way and short it.

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The other alternative would be Jabra Sport where tckeong had shared but think it also has the sweat issue. I had also used the plantronic backbeat 903, dont last as well. The Sony MP3 wireless still the best bet, been using it for quite a while.

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The other alternative would be Jabra Sport where tckeong had shared but think it also has the sweat issue. I had also used the plantronic backbeat 903, dont last as well. The Sony MP3 wireless still the best bet, been using it for quite a while.

Thanks retro boy! All my songs are in the iPhone, therefore I don't need another mp3 player. Somehow, from the jaybird freedom review, it seems quite promising. :)

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Yes, i would say it a good product but just wish the lifespan would be longer. Just need to watch out for the sweat that will sip into the usb connector, thou there is a plastic cover that protect it, it not tight enough to keep the sweat out. Other than that there quite a few review mentioning about bluetooth connectively issue but so far it been fine for me, maybe i use a armband which is nearer to the hearphone.

The local distributor is Maclink, do keep your reciept in case you need to do a one to one replacement, hopefully you dont. You may want to wait out for the coming Comex show end of the month maybe there is some discount who knows!

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I'm using the Jabra Sport and hate it. I wear my phone in an armband on the left and music skips like mad. I have to switch my armband to my right arm for it to be usable. The flat cable also catches on your neck once you start sweating. Quite crappy.

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Guys, fyi as well, just got back from Comex, they selling the jaybird freedom for $159, it on the lvl 6 hall, at the Nubox. If you interested, also jaybird just release a smaller version of the freedom, call sprint, 40% smaller, 4.5hr battery life.

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Guys, fyi as well, just got back from Comex, they selling the jaybird freedom for $159, it on the lvl 6 hall, at the Nubox. If you interested, also jaybird just release a smaller version of the freedom, call sprint, 40% smaller, 4.5hr battery life.
bro, it is level 4 not level 6.

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