Sport headphones that also track your heart rate



Under Armour’s new wireless sport headphones keep the beat while monitoring your heart rate.

The sports brand and Harman International Industries Inc. unveiled two headphone models, including one that tracks heart rate and plays music, for $199.95.

The headphones can be ordered at UA.com and JBL.com and will be sold at Best Buy.

The UA Sport Wireless Heart Rate monitors heart rate through the ear and gives wearers touch control to access heart rate through audio feedback and heart rate zone coaching. The products are designed to connect with Under Armour’s Connected Fitness suite of fitness and health tracking apps.

“Our innovative collaboration with JBL has resulted in premium audio offerings designed with athletes’ high performance expectations in mind,” Mike Lee, Under Armour’s chief digital officer, said in the announcement.


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