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  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    It's Bluetooth connection is working perfect
    Excellent sound quality,
    The loudness is alright
    The battery life is not great, but it is ok for me
    Very comfortable and light
    The material used for the on ear part looks a little bit cheap
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  • Barely acceptable
    4 months ago
    The handsets have perfectly ok sound and fit for the handsets in this price segment. They pair quickly and are easy to use. However, after just over 6 months of use, the battery has completely discharged and they can no longer be used. The build quality may feel solid but unfortunately they are not able to withstand any shocks and the cups themselves are attached to a small surface which makes them easily broken. I've cooked one handset with super glue twice. A case for the headphones would not be damaged. (However, I knew they didn't have it so that's my problem)
    Do not recommend buying these.
  • Excellent
    9 months ago
    Very much headphone for the money.
    Got them to 499, - and at that price nobody can compete with these.
  • Very good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Did not really have high expectations, and Jabra most associated with job headsets without much demand for music playback, but must say they sound really good. In addition, they are very nice, which means I prefer these than my M50x - at least if I want them for a long time.
    First bought the red variant, but the plastic in them looked very "plastic". The black ones certainly have the same plastic quality, but they look much better.
    + Good sound for money (400 :-)
    + Beautiful on the head
    + Lightweight
    - Red looks plastic.

    Edited: Had a minus one they were sensitive to surrounding sounds when they were hands free, but after giving the same to family members and talking to them on the phone, I have no complaints about the sound there. Have also had them for a year now, and they work and look as good as when I bought them, even though the backpack has been here and there.
  • Excellent
    1 year ago
    I bought these for 499 kr and I would certainly say they are worth!
    I have had them for almost a year and used them especially at the fitness center. They are very solid as opposed to many of the options in the same price range. This is a workhorse of a headset that at the moment has quite good sound and OK isolation.
    I have tested many options at several times the price and been disappointed every time.
    It's cool to have a pair of fellow earphones with noisecancelling bells and whistles, but then you get up to 3000 kr + to get something with better sound. Alternatively, if you want a pair of wired headphones that sound really good (better than any BT headphones) you can get it around the thousands of tabs.
  • Excellent
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    + Very good sound for the price range.
    + Sitting really nice. Do not squeeze but do not fall off if you do not shoot. Until running, they work but maybe not to frog
    + Well balanced sound with stable depth base and comfortable midrange.
    + Sits well on the head Stable but not so it pushes too hard.
    + Very well built and solid. Breath quality.
    + Feels more like 1500-2000 kr. Than 400 kr.
    + Very stable blue switching. Connects flash fast and two devices can be connected simultaneously. Ex. Watch movies on the tabletop and have the sound in the tricks and answer the phone at the same time in the same tricks.

    - Not Aptx (but lets say that's very good anyway)
    - Not included with a bag or bag to store them in

    Compared to JBL C45BT, which is a bit more expensive, Jabra Move has significantly better sound across the entire registry. Above all, they can play bass, something that JBL does not do at all. JBL exaggerates the middle register, which may be good if you speak on the phone but not to music.
    Compared to Urbanears Plattan II / ADV, they play much more balanced and manage to convey details that disappear or become gritty with Urbanears.
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    For the price of Kr 399, these are a very good buy. Light and comfortable over time with surprisingly large range. Connection to the phone is fast and stable. The sound is clearly approved even at full price. Has the Sony MX 1000 and Urbanears Plattan BT but prefer these because of openness and sound quality. This one has the best depth and resolution of these. Bargain :)
  • Acceptable
    1 year ago
    Acceptable I would say. It's pretty nice, but the bass is barely, the Bluetooth connection is stable when you've managed to connect (which is usually a bit complicated) and the battery life is okay. Not the best buy, but not the worst either. However, I think there is better sound for the same money.
  • Good
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Bought for 500kr

    + Very good multipoint Bluetooth connection (against PC and Android)
    + Very engaging sound, prefer these to Sennheiser HD5xx and Sony 1A.

    "The ear pads were very uncomfortable the first week, but went a little bit and are now possible to wear, but they are still not comfortable in the long run.
  • Very good
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    + sitting nice
    + connects quickly with the phone
    + the sound sounds good to me

    - after 1-2 years the fabric that puts the pillows in place ==> silver tape was loosened
  • Barely acceptable
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Small smooth sitting okay handsome. BUT, if you want to listen to music they are probably among the worst I've heard, I'll leave back the first thing I do tomorrow. Perhaps children are up to 10 bastes listening to the babbles
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Very affordable tricks that feel solidly built. If you think the bass is a bit clumsy, you can easily fix it with the Spotify equalizer.
  • Very good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Very affordable for 400 kr!
  • Acceptable
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    + Connect with bt without hassle to my nexus 6p.
    + Good sound.

    No bass to talk about.
    - Fall off when you landlift.
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Really good wireless headphones at a great price.

    My first impression was the building quality - really robust and well-built. Completely in metal and fabric, some plastic on the covers, but it's not that much. The whole contributes to a true premium feeling.

    The headphones can be adjusted in several stepless positions depending on the main shape and widen easily to fit around the ears. Sitting really hard and even though I shake my head when I'm upside down, they are in their place. Tried to pull a bit in the hoods but the naps neither crack nor carry, which is a big plus for durability.

    I go a lot of buses and have taken some flights. Although very small and relatively slim headphones, all noise is muted and surprisingly little surrounds are heard even though the headsets lack active attenuation or noise reduction.

    To the sound quality - okay. No super noise, and of course, what you would expect from a pair of cordless headphones in this price range. However, of course, better than 300 kr lurks. Could say that the sound quality is roughly 400 kr class (if you can compare that)

    Highly recommended - bought for about 680 kr.
  • Very good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Very good sound for that price. Simple in use, have not experienced breakages or connectivity issues that some have mentioned.

    Ok battery life, approx. 8 hours on a load.
  • Very good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    I use them daily for both conversations, music, audio books & movies. I lay around 1-3h active use on these per day. They are running 24/7

    -Can be bumpy to connect to BT sometimes.

    + Good battery life
    + Really good standby time. Rarely closes them and the battery is not pulled out during the nights
    + Really good sound I think.
    + Does not notice any delay in the sound while watching movies (was an oro factor in the purchase)
    + They are comfortable and are good.

    After I started using these BT tricks, I'll never again buy a pair of nets with a cord.

    Highly recommend these BT napkins.
  • Acceptable
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    I'm a professional DJ and have tested over fifty headphones in recent years, below are my absolute favorites in the "Best Headphones in the Budget Segment" category:

    Urbanears Plattan ADV Wireless:
    (+) Really good sound for those who like bass
    (-) The Bluetooth connection will be hacked, approximately once every ten minutes
    CONCLUSION: These are the absolute best earphones you can get in the Swedish market for less than 1000 patches at the moment. If you love deep and rich bass with a cool tweeter and look for a pair of headphones that basically do not sound any noise, you're just right!
    IMPORTANT: 9/10

    Jabra Move:
    (+) Really nice and timeless design, building quality, hardly weighs anything
    (-) The thin sound, delicious sounds
    CONCLUSION: These are perfect for those who will exercise or exercise a lot! They deliver (unfortunately!) Barely any bass. The Bluetooth connection is really good, never choking, and in my test it reached 10 meters without the least problem.
    IMPORTANT: 5/10

    Apple EarPods:
    (+) The best sound you can get for the 1000-sheet
    (-) Pretty many stores do not sell original fools, even though they claim they do
    CONCLUSION: This is the absolute best sound you can get for the 1000-patch, but there's a pretty big chin. Pretty many stores claim to sell the original of Apple, which, in fact, they do not. The original is the only one that has good sound, if you acquired "these" and experience bad noise, you have most likely not received an original. They also loosen quite easily so they do not fit the person who will use them for exercise. Building quality is also quite bad, so you will need to replace these 2-3 times a year. However, the sound quality is good enough to weigh this up.
    IMPORTANT: 9/10
  • Good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Good sound for the money, quite comfortable to wear for extended periods.
    Closing out a surprising amount of outside noise (in offices)
    Works fine as telephony headsets.

    Disadvantage: Always startup problem connecting to the Bluetooth on the iPhone, but it might just be the phone itself has a problem.

    Definitely worth its price of 399!
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Very good headphones. Great sound for the price! Sitting pretty well, so it's OK to train with them. Battery life is decent enough, around 8 hours but not complaining with the price!
  • Good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Scored the violently test tek.no, so had high expectations. Meets partly.

    - Ruggedness and good general impression.
    - Good sound
    - Seems it is a little uncomfortable to wear over time, but here I compare with my second headset Bose QC25, which is of course fantastic comfortably.
    - Seems it is a little fussy on battery, it nags at least half an hour if the battery is low, perhaps as much as an hour.

    All in all I am very pleased at the price I paid (399, -)
  • Good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Has now run the headphones a discharge. It has included three training sessions (1h each), some walks at around 20min 2 phone calls and 6 CSGO matches (checked streaming).

    The ear cups fit itself superbly to all data.
    The low weight together with perfect touch your ears so that they remain at all times.
    Despite the fact that her partner heard the ice / snow crunching under my feet drowned out my voice all background noise. Occasionally bass-heavy sound, beyond my expectations given the size and design. No audiophile handset, but for the price they will do well. Attaches quickly, good range, I put my phone in the gym and then touched me freely, even past the wall and into the toilet. They shut out the sound quite ok, no earmuffs but still above expectations.
    Recommended to all who want to be a smooth solution.
    Deduct a star for not going to fold, it would have been easy for transport

    UPDATE!
    Is now in my second pair after less than a week.
    After that I tried to drive headphones with 3.5mm cord so did not the left ear (with the socket). It turned out that the 3.5mm connector is the lousy quality, and the switch that tells the headphones cable is not stuck sitting in the left ear so that it thought the cable was in the whole time. It should be mentioned that I was sitting in the cable only once. Pulling a pair of stars and realize that I alone will run the new pair via Bluetooth in the future. After some googling, I am additionally not alone and people have soldered in their headphones with new contact, but with the guarantee I sat not in it.
  • Very Poor
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Not recommended.
    Paid 900kr for mine and think that a fair price rather had been 350kr.

    -Sitter Really bad head. Fall off as soon as you bend forward (I have normal-sized head)
    The sound is really not very good either over Bluetooth or aux.
    -the Connection via Bluetooth is very weak and chop very often.

    + The positive headphones is that it is very good looking (at most subjective)
  • Good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Driving them in a few days
    + Does the sound is good for the price I got them for 399: -
    + Not so much noise leaks out even if you listen a little higher.
    + Cushions are thick and fits well although I have glasses.
    + I do not get hurt on the top of the skull.
    + The rub too much on the ears.

    - You get no bag with the verdict.
    - The cable you get in to listen to is a bit weak, untidy.
    - Mic's not so good when you talk to people, people think it sounds tinny, think handsfree car.
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Incredibly good sound for the money, compared with my 2000 sec Sennheiser!
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Very good con for money. Is probably among the best headphones I had.

    Positively
    * The sound! Klara tweeters (without being pitched) and deep bass.
    * The design is minimalist (matter of taste of course)
    * Well constructed with very metals
    * Easy to use, with few buttons
    * The volume (maximum volume so high that you can not wear headphones)
    * Bluetooth plug is spot on
    * Comfortable

    Negative
    * Do not sit so well on the head that it is possible to do some exercises in the gym. One example is the back lifting or sit-ups. Works However, running with!
  • Very good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Really affordable headphones with good sound. They can be connected to multiple devices at the same time which means I can listen to music via mobile phone on her way to work and when I arrive I start the computer and start playing music from your computer instead. The ear cups "talk" with you, when you start the so, it tells how many devices are connected at the moment and what battery it is on, when battery power is low so they tell. Simple simple controls that work really well. Battery life is good but not super, I listen about 1-2h per day and charge maybe once a week, has never been out of power in the middle of listening, at least.

    Minus - Bluetooth connection is not 100% stable, sometimes you have to restart the headphones and disconnect / connect the headphones again to get them to pair.
  • Very Poor
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Positively:
    * Hyfsat sound, but no headphones that suit the most discerning.

    Badly:
    * Drops the connection frequently. Usually when I go outside the home. Within two minutes to clear the connection and come back 5-8 times. The absolutely most annoying of these. Had this problem with my first, replacing them in for a new pair, but even these had the same problem.

    * Have poor posture to sit firmly on your head if you do something where you often move your head. (Eg training)

    * Microphone. It takes up a lot of background noise and talking to has difficulty deciphering what they say.

    * Battery. I feel that the battery is shorter than the specified time. My kids pallets at most by 5 hours.

    * Bluetooth pairing. Sometimes couples the away completely and then is hard to connect again with their mobile.
  • Very good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Did not think it was possible to get hold of this good wireless headphones for the price.

    + Good sound both music and call quality! Can easily be compared to lurk for over a thousand patches.
    + CLEANA / stylish appearance
    + price
    + Flexibility, simplicity, functionality
    + Turns out the majority of noise
    + Battery life

    + - Sitting little too loose to run in but works great for strength training. This also means that they are comfortable to wear for a long time when they do not squeeze too tight, furthermore gummityg pleasant to the ears.

    - Mike, can be compared to having the speaker function in the cell phone and sit a meter away and talk. Absolutely no noise or noise but feels like a booster is running and you hear clearer details at longer distances.

    Used by me outdoors, the gym and work.

    Highly recommended for those who are looking for quality per crown and applications listed above.
  • Good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Good sound for the price point and block outside sounds good.
    What pulls down the score of the microphone when it takes up a lot of outside noise if you are in a noisy environment.
    I need to recharge them every week about when I use headphones average 1h / day.

    In summary: good trick if you prioritize them for having to listen to podcasts / music and not use the call.
  • Decent
    5 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Have been using these headphones for a few months now and is overall very satisfied.

    I experience both sound and design very well. Despite on-ear design blocks so they are very much of the outside world. Bluetooth connection is easy to connect and the battery life has been good for my usage pattern.

    The controls on them is also simple to use and easy to find without looking.

    They sit well on the head but I feel that the press just a bit too hard on my ears, which will be hard for longer listening. A little softer pillows or a wider arc had perhaps suited my head better, it pokes the rating of one star on my part.

    Construction quality also pulls down the grade slightly. After a few weeks began to arc over the head creak when you took or turned it on and left earpiece is not as tight as the right without turning much easier.

    EDIT 2015-08-24:

    After about 10 months of use went seam in one of the ear pads up, even though the handsets was not a year old wanted Teknikmagasinet where I bought the headphones do not receive them, but stated that this did not go on the guarantee. Contacted Jabra support directly instead and got great help there.

    Thought I'd get replacement pillows but instead got a pair of brand new headphones of the same model. These ersättnigslurar not suffer out the problems I had before with loose or creaking parts

    As result. the superb support and replacement handsets solves a lot out of my past problems I poke up the grade with two stars. Lot earphone for allowance.

    EDIT 2016-08-11

    Replacement ear cups I got from Jabra for a year ago has now got the same problem, the stitching in the cushions releasing and exposing the foam.
  • Very good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Bought them a week ago and at first I was not happy, thought they played too low and some weak base. Put up the bass a bit of EQ and has allowed them to record, and now it sounds much better. Clear sound, and without being audiophile so they can handle various genres very well. For 499 I pröjsade I am clearly satisfied! Would like to compare with a few more expensive and plate adv wireless in the same price level for other BT headphones for comparison. Sitting good but not cleanly. Comfortable but becomes slightly uncomfortable on one ear for some reason after an hour, probably due more to my ears than the headphones :) All in all, so far, hard to see that it is possible to get better audio via BT for this price.

    However, I have comparatively even a few Moo302 sitting myyyycket poorer and poorer audio (BT-trick in almost the same price range). Compared even with my v-jays (wired on-ear) and certainly, v-Jays play slightly higher (but is not far behind Jabra despite bt) BUT Jabra sounds much cleaner. A bit like having the artist in front of him versus the other two where it sounds like the artist sings behind a wall.

    Will try to get hold of the plate wireless and compare, update the ISF. However, the more I listen to Jabra, the better they sound :)
  • Very Poor
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Have had headphones for about 8 months now. First copy worked poorly, losing the connection very often and it did not use the headset. The microphone worked terribly bad, got some digital noise that made no one heard what the man said. Finally I had enough and visited the store to get a new pair. The second copy had the same connection difficulties ... x10. Lost touch all the time, got to reconnect to the constant phone and Apple Watch. Mike did not have the same digital noise, but the sound quality was miserable and as soon as it came a gust of wind could be talked to did not hear a sound of what you said. It worked in other words not as a headset. It has entrusted all been using up until today when the headset, in the middle of a song, dropped connection, and refused to re-connect to both phone and watch.

    In short, a really crappy headset that I can not recommend to anyone. the reason they get 2 stars is that it sits comfortably on the head.

    + Sitting on the good
    + Ok sound quality

    - The microphone is a joke, totally worthless as a headset.
    - Loses contact with anything that connects to
    - Expensive for the crap you pay for
    - Could not have been more satisfied as a consumer!
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    What I have most wanted is exactly Volume o strength, many think it is weak but no one knows the bow while testing with volume o Spotify with some changes in the sound ,, bastards! The base is absolutely wonderful ... hmm
  • Good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Had they a while, but is not quite 100% to them. The sound quality is OK, inspire better. When I test the maximum volume so that sound level 6 of 10 on in-ears, provide no real feeling.

    Plus;
    - Stylish, classy
    - BT works perfectly with mobile
    - Comfortable
    - Can control easily from headphones

    Minus;
    - Wear loose ears compares to the head / whole.
    - The sound is OK, nothing special
    - The I talk me asking if I have speakers on the result. they hear me a little bit so-so.

    Conclusion; Inge superb headphones, but good for this class.
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    I love these headphones. Sitting comfortably and sound great. Works great in the gym. The only negative is that there can be little interference when using Bluetooth sometimes, but I'm pretty sure that it is so with most bt headphones.
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Smooth and good battery life. The sound is quite ok. Works great for running and cycling.
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Thus WOW!
    Cruel headphones for the price and the sound was better with BT than I imagined. Battery life is surprisingly good! And is incredibly easy to connect. Do not regret one second that I bought these.
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    very good headphones for the price paid. was surprised how good the sound is by boat. moderately numerous and large buttons. weighs very little, appropriate pressure against his ears so that they are kept in place but that it hurts. those delicious little sounds, and does not let in as much noise either. full pot
  • Decent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Well, can not agree with the good sound a bit tinny. Not super comfortable, maybe a bit small for my head and weighs a lot. Overrated, the IOF no other bluetooth headphones to compare with.
  • Good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Good lurk for those who prioritize mobility.

    Plus:
    * Good sound to be BT
    * Comfortable to wear long time
    * Good battery life and fast recharge
    * Messes never by mating with mobile / computer
    * Jabra has juste warranty policy
    * Easy to control your music directly from the headset
    * Comfortable when it's a little cold out when the heat slightly

    Minus:
    * Sitting too loose for more "mobile" training
    * The microphone does not work with stereo headphones anyway not paired with computer
    * Audio is normally long after skidding option even if it is very good to be BT
    * No storage included, right-efficient when they are supposed to be mobile
    * Not APTX
    * The sound of the talking with is described as the speaker mode on your phone

    Other:
    Good headphones, the sound image is reminiscent of the Koss Porta Pro. Good for walking and light jogging, no X-fit or other variable / sweaty exercise.

    Tested against the iPhone 6 and PC.
    Reference horns AKG K550 (no way comparable)
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Good sound for the price paid. Good coverage with Bluetooth, manages the entire apartment without problems.
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    It has taken me a year to realize how good this trick actually is.

    It started last Christmas, when Coca Cola was gathering campaign. And they gathered together into a pair of these headphones. My first impression when headphones came was that they looked a bit small for a big man like me. They were however super. Not too tight and not too loose. The sound I thought was totally okay. They were still "free" so had no expectations.

    Now a year later, I had planned to upgrade my little hand for more than 9 hours of battery life, but above all to get a HI FI sound out of the ordinary. Bought me a pair of Sony MDR-A1BT (3000 SEK). They huh prettier and has 30 hours of battery life, but most important of all that is sound. It was identical to those Jabra lurking. I sat and compared in a few hours. Sony headphones sold after that there will be extra good sound with their own BT connection. What they do not say is that there is only a gadget in the world that can transmit and it is a mobile 13000kr. SO NOPE. Sent them back immediately.

    The day after I send home the Sony headphones, I got an early Christmas present a pair KreaFunk Ahead lurking. Located in the same price range as these are a bit fancier. The sound? Virtually identical. Ahead earphones are a bit too heavy on the bass.

    So now finally realized that I have a couple of damn good fooling with cleant sound. They base but still balance. Would absolutely recommend this to anyone who is looking for a few good BT headphones. Very sound for the money!

    The only thing I can think is 'bad' is
    1. In one handset, the "seam" released. Nothing that affects the function, but you can see the foam (padding), if you look into one housing.
    2. can not get it to work well with the built-in microphone on the computer. So it is not for gaming. On the phone it works ok.
  • Excellent
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Great connection to the phone that extends over the entire apartment. Good battery and easy to connect to. Where it fails jiggle, however, the sound quality is ok but not more than that.

    You get what you pay for and then these can be found for 400 in combination with having a really good bluetooth connection so it sounds like it is saved into in this case. Compared with a pair of wired headphones Audio Technica m50x is deplorable but these models have different usage areas in which Jabra is extremely mobile.

    + Bluetooth partnership is a real hit
    + Battery
    + Design
    Grounds + 3.5 mm cable when the battery gives up.

    - You get what you pay for = the sound is like that

    A given purchase if you are looking for a pair of headphones to have with you when you are on the loose. A very bad buy if you're looking for a pair of quality headphones to have at your computer, but they also named the Jabra MOVE .........
  • Good
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Bought these during Black Friday when they were heavily discounted.

    They sit well on his head, pretty good sound. Perhaps a slightly smaller and Pilliga buttons. But despite clearly the best bluetooth headphones I've tested.

    The trick is best (according to me) and I always recommend people who want great sound, the SONY MDR-7506th

    A rather anonymous handset that has outstanding sound for the price of a budget handset. They sound like a couple 4-5000kr lurking.

    With reference also becomes this kind of reviews severe and perhaps a little neggo.
  • Good
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Got home the black model yesterday and my first impressions are generally good, I think. Hann with a workout at the gym with them, which is the primary use for me. Here are my first impressions:

    + Surprisingly good sound.
    + A good and comfortable to move around in the gym, but they fall off.
    + Adjustable in size with enough resistance so that they do not change size during aerobics routine.
    + Simple pairing over Bluetooth.
    + Build quality feels good

    - Includes no protective bag or pouch for storage in your gym bag. Should be compulsory for a couple fooling with "move" in the model names!
    - Feels that there is a risk that the gray fabric on the inside jumper can be right dassigt if both are using hair products and practicing with headphones. Would have preferred something like leather, metal or plastic that was easier to clean.
    - Includes no charger but only a USB cable.
    - A little too small buttons, according to my taste, to raise and lower the volume.
  • Excellent
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    I love those headphones!

    + Relatively cheap
    + Nice
    + Sounds good
    + Babysitter good
    + Long battery life

    - "Switch" on one side sits a bit loose and rattle when I run with headphones
  • Barely acceptable
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    No issues with features or audio quality. Even really satisfied with the features. But they are not good on my head. Maybe my brain / skull is not large enough, but the fit is too loose. For example, I do not do sit-ups with headphones on. Pushups can forget. They fit enough to be able to go with them, but a little noise will become of the little bobbing up and down. Not the best headphones for the gym, in other words.

    Otherwise - a great buy!