BE SPORT3Gun Metal In Ear Mic Wireless Bluetooth Headphones
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"NuForce knocked it out of the park with the BE Sport3 headphones. They're an incredible value for a pair of wireless headphones that sound good, last all day, have a bulletproof build and incredible noise isolation." 'TechRadar' '5-star review'.
Work out without wires
Using a simple Bluetooth connection to your smartphone or other music device, you can now cut the cable. This leaves you free to exercise without the connection cable getting in the way. With a 10 metre range from the source, your music device can be safely stored away or secured. A 10 hour rechargeable battery life is ample for the most intense sessions - even a marathon or two!
Superior Sounding Bluetooth Earphones
The NuForce BE Sport 3 headphones also perform in the sound quality department. Supporting aptX and AAC and making use of twin drivers, the BE Sport 3 in-ears provide a dynamic and punchy sound that easily blocks out the outside world.
The durable design makes the BE Sport3 resistant to rain, sweat and dust (IP55-rated) - making them the perfect partner whether they're used in the gym or out and about. Featuring revolutionary SpinFit TwinBlade ear tips, the BE Sport3 in-ears stay put where others fall out. They are uniquely designed to keep the earbuds securely in place during strenuous activity.
Take control and calls from your mobile
The high quality microphone fitted makes these headphones ideal for making calls. The inline remote also gives basic play, pause and track skip functions as well as the ability to use voice activated prompts.
Don't let your sport get in the way of your music - with the NuForce BE Sport3 you can enjoy both.
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OPTOMA NUFORCE BE SPORT3 is rated
Rated 4 out of
Great ear buds for gym and running, very comfortable
I bought these for the gym and running, they are very comfortable, battery life is excellent. Good value for money, sound quality is good but not excellent, though saying that, basing this on a much more expensive wired ear buds. Bass is good, mid range ok, top range is lacking just a bit dull. Overall quite pleased for what I use them for.
Date published: 2017-06-17
Rated 5 out of
This stays in my ears
For years, I've gone running with an 80s sweatband around my head. This was primarily to press headphones into my ears rather than because I perspire a lot.
I wanted some bluetooth headphones to run with, and was skeptical that I would have any that would stay in my ears for a whole run.
I bought the Optoma Nuforce Be Sport 3, set them up easily, charged them overnight, and set off for a run the next morning. I had my headband in my hand just in case.
I'm pleased to report they stayed in the for the whole half hour run, and never felt like they were coming loose. The sound quality was pretty good too.
Date published: 2017-06-03
Rated 3 out of
Great for general use- no good for running
I bought these primarily for listening to music from my smart phone while running. I found the noise from each footstep extremely distracting and noisy- presumably due to the relative weight of the earpieces. So much so that the music comes and goes with each bump of your foot striking the ground, despite trying various combinations of lugs and ear plugs.
Don't get me wrong, these are great sounding earbuds with good bass weight and good all-round sound- they just don't suit running- I get a far better experience using wired headphones and a clip to take the weight out of the cable.
In all other respects these phones are great- they are apt-x bluetooth enabled with 10 hours battery life and very convenient for a cable free experience. When not in use they are also magnetic and stick together so you can't lose them around your neck. I often use these 'phones when out and about or around the home instead of my akg k92 wired pair, so no issue with sound at this price.
Date published: 2017-05-05
Rated 1 out of
3rd pair just went back
Unfortunately I must update my previous review because these earphones are just not robust enough. They are perfect when working - great sound, good fit, stay in place - but each pair have failed within a few weeks of use. I've just returned my 3rd pair for a full refund from Richer Sounds who have been great. Hopefully the next version will be better
Date published: 2017-04-23
Rated 4 out of
These headphones are an excellent product for those looking to have good quality music whilst exercising or out about, discreet and cable free.
I bought these earphones primarily because my old running headphones broke (Older model of the Sennheiser PMX 686 SPORTS) at the jack. I sought out some bluetooth headphones because these would eradicate the problem of the jack connector breaking, since there is none.
My favourite thing about these headphones is the balance of the frequencies. The bass is not boosted in any unnecessary way, however, neither is it lacking. For me, I dislike bassy headphones and so this was a good start. The overall audio quality is very good for a £60 pair of bluetooth earphones. Of course if you are looking for audio quality, over ear headphones in my opinion almost always provide superior sound. I am yet to find any problem with the audio.
The isolation of the headphones is good and I was able to listen at medium volume to music on the tube, something often quite hard to achieve.
The fit is excellent and there are a range of different sized buds and two sized in ear hooks.
Date published: 2017-04-17
Rated 4 out of
Good overall, but not exciting
Bluetooth works ok, finds device automatically once paired. But does have slight crackles/breaks in sound but not connection. Sounds quality is all down to how it fits and forms a seal. I found the wings useless and only one of the buds of the 6 pairs fitted, but that is all I need. With a complete seal, the sound is quite bass heavy. It booms abit and isn't tight at low end frequencies. Mids are flat. Highs are abit repressed as well. Makes for easy listening though and not tiring on the ears. With abit of EQ tweaking I got it closer to my preferred tastes. It is not a very neutral sound overall, but doesn't fail badly in any area at all. Happy to hear this for hours at a time. Good hold for movement around a gym. The buds that fitted were the double cup design. These are the biggest buds overall, although with smallest tips in the ear, so they do make the earphones stick out of the ears slightly. For the price and the fact they are Bluetooth I think they are a good buy.
Date published: 2017-04-13
Rated 5 out of
Thinking of going bluetooth? You'll wish you'd done it sooner.
For sheer flexibility and ease of use these Optima NuForce headphones are brilliant. Supplied with a multitude of different in ear adaptors you will find an option that gives a comfortable fit without fear of the ear pieces falling out, even when exercising hard! They even sound great. What are you waiting for?
Date published: 2017-04-09
Rated 1 out of
Had 2 sets and both failed within a week.
I am really disappointed with these headphones. They are very comfortable and great when out running. However I have had 2 pairs so far. Both sets have had the on offs with fail within a week of purchase. That's a real shame. I'm not sure if I'll risk a third set at this point.
Date published: 2017-03-29
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