Hands-free communications solutions company, Jabra, has partnered up with Australian Ironman, Craig “Crowie” Alexander, in time for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Alexander will be an on-hand spokesperson at the event, showcasing Jabra’s recently launched sports product line, which includes its Jabra Sport Bluetooth stereo headset.
The product, which is designed for training sessions and exercise, operates wirelessly, streaming both music and phone calls. It offers a built-in FM radio, A2DP technology, and bass capabilities.
The Sport’s exterior has standard rain, dust, and shock resistant certification, and a wind-shielded microphone.
Alexander said that, during training, Jabra’s helped him stay connected with friends and family and keep him motivated.