JBL announce their new true wireless sport headphones, the Reflect FLOW

JBL make some great headphones at affordable prices including several different sets of true wireless headphones and they have now expanded on their true wireless range with the release of the all new Reflect FLOW.

The new true wireless headphones offer the user the ability to change tracks, manage calls hands-free along with access to Google Assistant. Being a sports headphone you would expect them to have some form of waterproofing, and they do with IPX7 water and sweat proofing. The headphones themselves offer 10 hours of power with another 20 hours in the fast-charging storage case — 10 minutes of fast charging gives a further one hour of listening.

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One issue many find with headphones these days is that the seal is so good that ambient noise is entirely obscured but JBL have implemented Ambient Aware to overcome this issue allowing you to hear what’s going on around you while still listening to your music etc. Another feature called TalkThru allows the user to carry on a conversation without having to remove the earbuds from the ear.

The headphones include three customisable ear tips and something JBL are calling Freebit enhancers to allow you to hopefully find a comfortable, secure fit with JBL’s Signature Sound designed for movement. With support for Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP 1.3 and AVRCP 1.5 JBL promise high quality sound from a small earbud.

The JBL Reflect FLOW are available for purchase in three different colours, black, royal blue and a light blue. At this stage only black is available on the JBL website but expect the others to arrive soon. The Reflect FLOW retail for AU$229.95 from the JBL website and other big electronics stores.

Last modified on 18 September 2019 5:54 pm

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