BackBeat Fit wireless headphones: Made for exercising to music

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Now that I have an Android Wear watch that can keep up with my daily running, I’ve been on the lookout for a solid set of Bluetooth headphones.

I typically run while listening to music and my Sony Smartwatch 3 — as well as all other Android Wear devices — can play locally stored music wirelessly. My last headset is from at least three years ago: It’s an old pair of BackBeat 903+ from [company]Plantronics[/company]. The company has a newer model in the BackBeat Fit that I’ve taken for a spin over the past week with both my [company]Google[/company] Android and my [company]Apple[/company] iOS devices.

BackBeat Fit

The design difference between the old and the new headphones is clearly obvious. Where the 903+ have a very large bulge behind the ear — all about that bass battery — the newer Fit model is svelte and small. The size is more like traditional…

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