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Save $20 on Bose Sport True Wireless Earbuds at Best Buy

The Bose Sport Earbuds Truly Wireless are sport-oriented earbuds. Unlike the Bose Sport Open Earbuds Truly Wireless, they have a closed design with a comfortable in-ear fit and stability fins that keep them in place. While they don’t block out a lot of background noise, some users prefer this design feature as it allows them to monitor their surroundings while running outdoors. Their soft, warm sound profile also works well for voice-heavy content like podcasts

Although there is a companion app, it does not offer sound customization features. The uninterrupted battery life of 4.3 hours may not be enough to last the whole day without having to take a break to recharge. It’s easy to confuse the Sport Earbuds with Bose’s flagship QuietComfort Earbuds. The matte design with the laser-etched Bose logo on the front makes them look almost identical, although you can identify the sportier version by its smaller shape, small vents on the front, and two of the aforementioned color options (Baltic Blue and Glacier White).

The sensor is an extension of the sound hole and ensures that the earphones sit firmly on the ear cup. Bose’s StayHear Max silicone ear tips improve the fit by sealing the ear canal tightly, while the flexible wings conform well to the folds of the ear cups. You’ll need to adjust the earbuds properly (a quick twist should do the trick) before heading out on your daily 5K runs. There are also two additional sets of tips for smaller and larger ears.

Unfortunately, the Sport Earbuds are not the most comfortable earbuds to wear. The sturdy casing presses on the ears the longer you wear them, and those with a low pain threshold will feel some discomfort after about 45 minutes of wear; I don’t recommend them for casual listening. During exercise, this didn’t bother me much, though we did feel a slight pulsing in my ears during recovery mode, which forced me to take them off.

The Sport Earbuds have an IP4 rating, which means they are sweat and weather resistant, so you shouldn’t have any problems if you get caught in a light rain shower during your weekly 5K run. Battery life averages five hours per charge, with the carrying case allowing for two more full charges for a total of 15 hours. By comparison, the QuietComfort Earbuds last six hours and two additional charges, and the JBL Reflect Flow Pro last eight hours and more than two additional charges.

You should be able to take a dead battery from zero to two hours using a 15-minute quick charge via USB-C. Unlike the QuietComfort, there is no wireless charging here. The carrying case for the Bose Sport Earbuds is a bit flatter and narrower than the one you get with the QuietComfort Earbuds. However, it is a bit longer since the earbuds are positioned inside.

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Lucas Simonds
Lucas Simonds
At Bollyinside, Lucas Simonds serves in the role of Senior Editor. He finds entertainment in anything and everything related to technology, from laptops to smartphones and everything in between. His favorite hobby may be collecting headphones of all shapes and sizes, even if he keeps them all in the same drawer.


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