|Item Weight||0.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.8 x 0.8 x 0.9 inches|
|Item model number||BTHS-AH8M-BLK|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required.|
Avantree Mini In-ear Bluetooth Earpiece for Podcasts, Audiobooks, GPS, Secure Fit Headphone, Invisible Wireless Small Car Headset Earbuds (For Right Ear)
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- Ideal for Audio listening - Enjoy Audio-books, Podcasts on-the-go and follow GPS instructions while driving.
- Private & Low Profile - Small enough to hide in your ear / under your hair, weighing only 0.13 oz, fitting so natural that you and other people will hardly notice.
- Securely and Snugly Fit - Ergonomic designed earbud that matches the shape of your ear canal which is comfortable and does not stick out.
- Broad Compatibility - Compatible with most Bluetooth enabled devices, such as mobile phones, tablets, iPhone Watch, PC and GPS Navigation.
- Audible Indicator - Clear audible alerts that tells you when the device powers on, powers off, battery low, pairs, connects, disconnects and reconnects.
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|Item Dimensions||0.81 x 0.8 x 0.91 in||0.91 x 0.91 x 0.79 in||2.5 x 3.6 x 1 in||0.71 x 0.98 x 1.1 in|
Avantree Apico portable mini Bluetooth earpiece for Podcasts, Audiobooks, GPS, ideal for audio listening, compatible with most Bluetooth enabled devices. Ergonomically designed ear bud which confirms to the shape of your inner ear for a comfortable and secure fit. Offers voice prompts for convenience: Power on/off, Battery low, Ready to pair, Device connected, Device disconnected etc.
Minimal and Small
Smallest, one-button design, it is easy to store and use. Nobody known you are wearing it; you can still enjoy music even if you are wearing a thick hat in cold weather.
Snug and Secure
The tiny in-ear noise-isolation designed ear bud is comfortable to wear during work or exercises.
It leaves one ear free to the environment, providing increased safety and confidence.
Apico will tell you when you need to recharge your ear bud, when you’ve successfully connected to a device, usage instructions and more
Support A2DP & HSP profile
Apcio supports A2DP & HSP profile and lets you enjoy music and making calls through your ear bud.
Bluetooth compliance: Bluetooth 4.1
Support profiles: HSP, HFP and A2DP profile
Stand-by time: 80 hours
Talking time: up to 3 hours
Charging Time: 2 hours
Battery capacity: 35mAH rechargeable lithium battery (Non-replaceable)
What’s in the box?
Avantree Bluetooth Headset - Apico
USB charging cable
Silicone ear buds
Quick User Guide
Top customer reviews
Bluetooth works well (more than 5 feet indoors and works OK outdoors as well). The battery lasts for 3 hours of continuous play. This might be not enough for some people, but I think that it is pretty good for such a small device.
Paring with the iPhone is super simple, but I did not manage to pair it to my Windows 7 laptop.
My only gripes are the poor microphone quality (people I call cannot hear me), the lack of charge level indicator, and lack of button to jump to the next song.
Do not spend 10 or 20 times more on Dot, Earin, Dash, K'asq, IconX, Kanoa, Jabra Elite Sport, VerveOnes etc.
Having only 1 earbud also makes it safer, you can hear what is going on around you while listening to music with the Avantree.
If I'm not in the same room it will cut out. It nulls functions on a headphone with its own controls but not a big deal as they replicate those same functions on the clip... So essentially it would smarten up any old headphone by lightyears. Best surprise is the audio. It sounds way better than when directly plugged in due to this aptX integration and thats why its a bummer that range stinks. I would love to use this over plugging in at this point but you have to be so close to the device it kinda contradicts.
I have had a pair of Bose sport headphones that I prefer due to their earhooks for years and I often use them to test as they are my usual wear. Until this device I have never heard bass in these headphones and this after using a ton of different android and apple devices. This should make a lot of future iPhone buyers happy at least. The value here is great. I have looked at similar devices for the past 10 years from clips to headphones and this one succeeds in the design and function balance better than any so far. With a soft touch front and overlying volume controls it's got a nice look and feeling. I did not try the earbuds that came with it but the initial tests are great with my own sets of headphones.
I bought this to use while running with my Apple Watch, which has 2gb of space but only bluetooth accessible. I have an ipod nano plugged in a car that I used to use, but that back and forth combined with not using the feature in the watch motivated me to finding this type of niche device. I have used it most of a day and works great and track change via long pause on volume buttons work perfectly. Power button as pause/play work as expected. The soft red rubber on the side helps you know where the + and - are by touch alone. They should definitely make multiple colors but its still nice. The actual volume, however, is an override which means you have two volume settings: the source and the clip itself. I thought that was a shame at first but then you soon realize the amp in this device is better than what you get from source and it really does sound richer. A very cheap bluetooth DAC if you want to be blasphemous. At $30, its better than what was in these Apple /few flagship Android products I've had. They more or less sounded flatter in sound profile with little to no bass leading me to believe the headphones were to blame. Not entirely, because everything came to life, sounds separated clearly, and the bass! It actually exists.
These are all genuinely first world irritations but this device allows me to just take the watch and headphones I already like without deviation. Like many people, I prefer having very little on my when running or working out. These let you go as light as possible while using any headphones you want. In general it is very versatile and you can essentially plug this into any audio speaker/headphone with a plug. It pairs with most devices with bluetooth and seems to be one of the few bluetooth clips with a long battery life.
The audio upgrade alone was worth it, the convenience makes it a must have for those who need it. Its ultra compact and easy to use, hoping it lasts a while and stays the same price or cheaper. The only real complaint i have is range, but this seems to be the case with anything bluetooth and wasn't my primary concern. This comes bundled with a soft carrying case, charging cord, and even ear buds with tips .
These will become very popular and a great gift idea. This is what Apple should make but they won't as it would hurt their Beats brand, new ear buds and others in the industry. If the general audience knew this existed they wouldn't buy terrible bluetooth headphones or have their daily cry about how they "need" to upgrade their headphones or use some dongle. This is a great concept and I hope its expanded on. The idea of a clip in general has always been more versatile and this does it real well.
hope the range imroves unless i have a defective model.
Overall I'm very pleased with the earbud performance, the shape & fit are better, but the battery life is not as good as the other off brand earbuds.
Sound is okay, but don't buy these budget earbuds from anywhere if you want great sound for music. I mainly use them for audiobooks & phone calls.
The newer dual mini earbuds that cost over $100 - $ 200 are the way to go if you are more of an audiophile.
Pic is an off brand earbud I got from a website in China for $10. Not as ergonomic, but longer battery life than Avantree
What I have noticed over 2 months using these:
Awesome battery life. I used them on/off throughout the week and I usually charge them after a few days. But it also depends on how much they are used. I'm pretty good about keeping them charged as well.
Great for phone calls. Just clip them near your throat/mouth and I have not had any complaints from callers, except when I forget they are stored away and still paired to my phone.
Useable with any headphones. This is the main reason I purchased these.
These are highly impressive and I would recommend them to anyone wanting wireless headphones, without paying the wireless price, especially if you already have awesome headphones.
Most recent customer reviews
Plenty of volume for noisy areas. The device pairs easily with IPhones.Read more