Plantronics Sweat-Proof BackBeat FIT Earphones Available in SA

Headphones specifically designed for activity and ease of use touch down in SA!

The most important accessory for a good workout is certainly a pair of good workout shoes, right? Perhaps – but most fitness fanatics will probably say their chosen method of burning calories actually isn’t complete without some good music.

A difficulty can sometimes be finding the right headphones or earphones that can stand up to the rigours of a workout without flopping off or falling out. A full set of cans are hardly practical for someone jogging or running, so earphones tend to be the best bet.

Plantronics has unveiled their new BackBeat FIT range, which features flexible, durable and waterproof wireless sport headphones. The BackBeat FIT Boost Edition also includes a water-resistant mesh charging pouch, so you can keep you headphones topped-up on the move.

There are three models to choose from in the BackBeat FIT range; the FIT – which Plantronics recommends for cardio workouts like running – along with the FIT 300 and FIT 500, which are better suited to in-gym workouts like strength training.

BackBeat Plantronics range

They’re all lightweight and sweat-proof headsets that are secure when being used, and feature on-ear controls, so you don’t need to interact with your phone or MP3 player in order to change settings.

If you’re keen to find the best deal for a set of Plantronic earphones, check out the options on PriceCheck!



  1. James

    August 1, 2018 at 14:32

    I’ve got a pair of the BackBeat Fit and they truly are an exceptional pair of headphones. Great sound quality and battery life. All controls are on the actual earbuds. All bluetooth and completely wireless too, so you don’t wires getting in your way. I bet you could even skydive with them on and they won’t budge one bit. Sure, they’re a touch on the pricey side but you won’t need to buy another pair for a good few years or longer. And let’s be honest which other headset company in the world can say they supply NASA.

    • Jeremy Proome

      August 14, 2018 at 21:40

      100% – as you said, they manage to hold their position and stay in place, which may sound silly, but when it comes to running headphones, it’s the number 1 problem.

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