Inside the box was the headset (obviously). It also came with three earbuds to change for comfort and fit, and a micro USB cable for charging.
My skepticism changed once I took them out of the box. The process of pairing them with my phone was simple. I followed the steps in the included instructions. The headset showed up right away on both my Android 6.0.1 and 7.0 devices. So clearly compatibility was not an issue here.
Putting the buds on was simple and surprisingly comfortable. I honestly felt like nothing was in my ears. The sound quality was crisp, clear, with no external noise making it in. This headset is sweat-proof, although I have yet to find any earbuds that aren’t sweat-proof to be honest.
I am also happy to report that these have the in-line features that I find most important, volume and song advance. The buttons are on the ear piece and can be difficult at first to find, but once you get used to it you will be able to adjust and skip like a champion.
Charge time is rated at about two hours to reach 100%. I found this to be accurate, give or take a bit. Usage time is supposed to be about seven hours of playback and 160 hours of standby time. Since I am always afraid of my headphones dying on me during my commute I am always charging them. So I can’t really confirm the actual usage time before the battery dies.
I must say that I was very impressed with these headphones and highly recommend them to anyone looking for a comfortable fitting, bluetooth set, with all the necessary inline controls.
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