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Beats by Dr. Dre Powerbeats Pro

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  • Perfect
    26 days ago
    I like my beats they sit well on my ears and I use them in the home so I talk about indoors just not outdoors
  • Very Poor
    2 months ago
    Updated: 2 months ago
    Alot of problems with the Bluetooth connection, also microphone is basically non existent if it's a little windy outside.

    Have had them for a month, only been a pain in the ass for me, don't buy them if you are going to be making calls or if you have multiple Bluetooth connection like a smart watch or so.

    Buy them if you want an earphones that stay on while working out.

    P.S I have a married phone, I think they work better with iPhone.
  • Very good
    2 months ago
    Very happy with the handsets after many months of use. Nice sound and also works great for phone calls.

    The clutch does not work perfectly unfortunately, sometimes when you put them on they lack a smart clutch so you have to close both in the case and put them on from the start so that they connect properly. Have had to pair them completely from the beginning a few times too.

    Fortunately, they have become more stable over time (updated automatically from iPhone).
  • Excellent
    3 months ago
    They only bought for the sound to use as training headphones especially. Have previously tested Jabra Active 65t, Samsung IconX and Redmi Airdots without finding the right one. Finally, I managed to justify myself the cost of these after none of the others worked satisfactorily.

    The sound is a clear boost to IconX that I had before. Jabra 65t was also totally okay but these have a snap better bass tones. Still can't compare them to earphones but don't expect them to push the same into the sound in headphones that are a tenth that big.

    They mainly use for running with music from my Garmin Vivoactive that sits on the left arm. Have not experienced any hack in the music because they lose connection. Jabra did not work at all with its master-slave solution and even IconX I could experience the lost sound in the right sip sometimes but with these it works flawlessly, finally!

    During cross-country skiing I can feel that they go out of their ears a little by the hope of bushes and trees, but thanks to the jumper you never have to be afraid that they would slip out. Jabra is unfortunately still the ones I tested that fit my ears best but allowed me to test myself with a little different silicone pups so maybe I will find the right one with these.
  • Very Poor
    3 months ago
    Useless to talk in when the sound from the microphone is barely audible. In addition, there are problems with the blue tooth connection, mainly for the left side. Both errors are known and reported frequently on different forums.

    Despite several firmware updates, none of these problems have been solved. Now it seems even withdrawn all updates so the original version is the only one available.

    The sound to listen to, on the other hand, is good, but not fantastic.

    After 2 months they went back today to the deal and the money back.
  • Very Poor
    4 months ago
    Updated: 4 months ago
    Good sound and fit but when it comes to functionality, totally useless! I bought mine in September. Everything went as they would until they started to stop loading in the case. Most often it is left headphones that are not charged and if you read online then over 500 people have reported the same error.

    Do not advise buying these.
  • Perfect
    4 months ago
    Went from my AirPods (1st gen) to these as I felt I wanted some that sat a little better when I was training. I was happy!

    The biggest differences from my AirPods:
    • sit much better, basically impossible for them to leave

    • a little better sound with above all better bass

    • They get a little further into the ears, which means you don't hear the environment as well as with AirPods, which can be both good and difficult at times

    • The shell for these is quite a bit larger than the shell for AirPods

    In general, it was definitely a good upgrade for me as they are more focused on training
  • Very good
    4 months ago
    Bought these handsets in the hope that they would have significantly better sound quality than my 4 year old beats by dre powerbeats 2 wireless, but it didn't. They had almost the same (hardly any better) sound quality than my old ones. Otherwise, everything else is fine with these handsets. There will be enough return.
  • Very good
    4 months ago
    Very good headphones for training. Sits perfectly, no irritation to the ears with the right plugs. "Powerful" sound with just the right amount of bass; goes deep but never overstates. As well as an energetic treble, which is however refined.

    The Apple H1 and the physical control interface (two sets of controls, one per handset) work very well.

    Worth the price if you train hard and often and need something functional that really sits.
  • Very good
    5 months ago
    Have had these for quite some time now. Must try to bring out the positive and negative with these.

    + very good sound.
    + good bass rendering.
    + very good for training.
    + compatible with IPHONE which enables you to activate Siri via the earbuds.
    + lightning fast connection to IPHONE.

    - if you wear glasses, they do not sit well in the ears because of the braces on the earbuds rub against the eyeglasses.
    - Charging the case is a little big but no bigger than getting the case down into a jacket pocket / inner pocket.
  • Perfect
    7 months ago
    Updated: 7 months ago
    Finally

    Have been looking for a long time for a pair of wireless handsets that play loud and powerful enough. Kids who also work in the gym. Finally I found what I was looking for.

    advantages:
    * Powerful - loud - sound with great bass.
    * High sound quality - high quality music sounds fantastic.
    * Real build quality - the handsets feel like they will last a long time.
    * Sweat-resistant - works great in the gym.
    * Sits very secure - perfect for running and gym.
    * Looooooo battery life - after an hour of training I have 90% of the battery left.
    * Good buttons - physical and easily accessible buttons to increase volume, change songs and pause, not touch buttons that scream.
    * Charging function in the case - smooth that the handsets are fully charged every time you leave.
    * Comfortable - easy to adjust the jumper to make the headphones fit perfectly.
    * Several different rubber plugs are included to find the perfect fit.

    Cons:
    * The physical buttons sometimes cause you to move the handset a little and have to correct it.
    * The charging case is relatively large (however, it is because the handsets are quite large).

    In sum, this is really good stuff. Have always had problems with in-ear headphones that fall out of my ears or stools in some other way. These are perfectly watchable to work out, sitting very stable no matter what you do at the gym. The sound is very good and you can play loud! Feels like you are at a house club when you work out :)
  • Very good
    8 months ago
    Very good and comfortable training handsets with excellent coupling and battery life. Sits very firmly.
    Uses them mainly for podcasts and audiobooks.

    Works well with both iOS and Android.
    You can use them individually even with Android and autopause works when you take them out of your ear. The only thing missing is seeing the battery level.
  • Perfect
    8 months ago
    The bass is heavy and very deep but definitely not overwhelming. The sound is very clear and the battery life absolutely amazing!
    Many people complain that the case is too large but given the design of the handsets it is a reasonable size.
    Also sits really comfortable during exercise, great plus the hangers can be adjusted.

    The only minus is the microphone which sound insulates quite erratically.
  • Very good
    9 months ago
    I've paired this with my Apple Watch and it works great. The sound is NOT as good as AirPods Gen 2 then AirPods has better bass than this one but otherwise it is really good. Therefore 4 stars instead of 5.
  • Perfect
    9 months ago
    After a couple of workouts I am completely satisfied. Great fit. Don't lose the sound during longer running rounds like many others are deceiving. Run no later than 15 km without having to correct them once. In addition, most of the benefits from AirPods though significantly better battery life - had 90% left after the aforementioned 15 km round. Perfect training headphones. (Have had most Jaybirds before)
  • Perfect
    10 months ago
    For me, these are the perfect training headphones. They sit perfectly, the sound is good for exercise and they are moisture resistant so you don't have to worry about sweat and rain destroying them.

    The sound is heavy, which I think is good for getting that extra push when exercising. Since the fit is so good immediately, it is easy to get a tight seal which is needed for the sound to be good. It also comes with different types of "pups" if you do not get a fit directly.

    The charging case is somewhat large but since these are for training, there is no major problem when you have them in the training bag.

    Highly recommend these to anyone using the iPhone / Apple Watch who should have a pair of training headphones.
  • Perfect
    10 months ago
    Without a doubt the best training slots I had. Have owned jaybird 3 and tarah pro. Also airpods and beatsX. These all hit horse lengths. Mainly that they are completely wireless makes life so much better, no cord that gets stuck.

    Next after that, it's fit! I have run a really sweaty pass and they have not once released the smallest little one. My tarah pro started to slip in my ear when I was sweating a lot, which made the sound worse and a clearly unfamiliar feeling but never with powerbeats pro.

    They have to cost an arm and a leg but if you like to work out and want a couple of kids who connect ridiculously easily plus you actually hear what they say in a pod when you go municipal (yes I look at you airpods) then buy!