Fitness brand Under Armor has teamed up with Samsung-owned audio brand JBL and movie superstar Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to produce a wireless headphone UA Project Rock with a 45-hour battery life.
As you might expect, the UA Project Rock Over-the-Year Training headphones are designed for use in the gym. They are IPX4 rated (sweat-proof) and have quick-drying ear cushions that can be easily cleaned after a lot of use.
The UA Project Rock has a speed charge battery for two hours of playback after four minutes of charging. When fully charged, the headphones have “up to 45 hours of playtime”. The headphones can be charged via a USB-C charger.
UA Project Rock over-the-year headphones have JBL charged sound for “maximum inspiration and amplified lightning” and “The Rock” itself is finely tuned. The headphones have a logo inspired by The Rock’s former Brahma Bull tattoo.
To ensure your safety when jogging in busy cities, The Rock – has chosen to include an ambient awareness mode that adjusts the music to the ambient sound. The idea is to give runners an immersive experience without endangering them.
The 294g over-ears also boasts an auto-pause function that turns off the music when you lift a cup from your head. They also support Google Assistant and Alexa compatibility, so you can stop songs or pick up calls without having to search for a smartphone in your gym bag.
The Hardest Working Man in Hollywood has now released three pairs of headphones, starting with Train Over-the-Year in 2018 and then Project Rock Wireless Earbuds in 2020.
If you want to use UA project rock over-the-year training headphones, you have to spend a little more money. Wireless earbuds are available for $300. Now how will they compare Sony and Bose with similarly priced options? That is to be seen. But with the reopening of the gym in America, there is no better time to rationally pair sports headphones.