Avantree Sweatproof Bluetooth Sports Headphones with Mic, Wireless Earbuds for Running, No Hanging Wire, IPX4 Outer Ear Headset for Cycling Gym Workout, AS30
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- HI-FI STEREO SOUND: Experience your favorite tunes at their best and hear phone calls with perfect sound with the dynamic sound quality offered by this Bluetooth headset.
- SECURE& SNUG FIT: Enjoy both low- and high-intensity sports without stopping to pop your headphones back in, thanks to these headphones’ ergonomic design and the firm but flexible steel memory wire headband.
- IDEAL FOR SPORTS: Run, jog, cycle or work out without troublesome wires with this lightweight (24g), perspiration-proof Bluetooth headset’s neat fit behind-the-head design.
- FLOURESCENT TRIM: Be seen in low-light conditions and stay safe on the go with this Bluetooth sports headset’s reflective silver trim.
- FULL WARRANTY & SUPPORT: Feel completely confident about your purchase by knowing that these in-ear earbuds sold by Avantree come with a full 24-month warranty.
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Avantree Jogger wireless running headphones, sweat proof, bluetooth headset sport, 8h music time, fits well
* Bluetooth V2.1+EDR
* Support profiles: Headset, Handsfree, A2DP, AVRCP
* Operation range: Class 2, 10 meters
* Battery: rechargeable lithium battery
* Up to 9hrs talk time, 8hrs music time
* Standby time: Up to 16 days
* Weigh: 23g
* Size: 85*72*25.5mm
No fear about rainy day during sports time
Safe Night Running
Fluorescent headband reflects light at night to keep you safe
What's in box
Customized accessories for comfortable wearing and a carrying case for better storage
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As for the product itself I'll start off with the reasons I purchased this in the first place. Prior to this headset I had a pair of Kinivo BTH220's. This headset was prefect save for the fact that the bluetooth connection seemed to have problems staying connected while the phone was in my pocket. In addition to periodically dropping signal (resulting in a skipping sound) it would also cut out whenever I would turn my head. So far the Avantree product is performing very well in this area. Bluetooth setup was easy and the connection has stayed strong. I did have 2 minor skips while writing this review, but they were barely noticeable and not jarring like my BTH220's.
Sound quality is something to be desired. These sound like your standard cheap ear buds: little to no bass or highs. If you are an audiophile like me, I'd recommend looking elsewhere.
For comfort I would say, once you get them in they are pretty comfortable but there is some room for improvement. What I thought was a slim, but sturdy frame through the pictures turns out to be a thick wire that connects the two ear pieces. This allows it to be easily wrapped up but comes with 2 problems. First being that I feel they may have designed it for bigger ears because it is an ordeal trying to get the wire behind my ear. Because of the coil the wire tends to sit almost on top of my ear. I don't forsee this being a huge problem other then the effort it takes to get them in.
My second problem with the construction being a wire and not a sturdy frame is that, when pressing the buttons, you are really pressing the ear piece *into* your ear. Since these are designed to be water resistant, the coating over the buttons requires a bit more force then headphones that are not water resistant making the experience of changing tracks or adjusting volume a bit uncomfortable. If they had designed these to be a solid, fold-able, design there would be no issues.
Speaking of construction, these headphones are very slim and easily stored. The buttons could have been made slightly bigger; because of the water resistant plastic covering the buttons it is possible to be pressing where the button is, without actually pressing the button.
Overall I'd say this is an okay set of wireless headphones but nothing I was blown away with
Update 8/18/17:Avantree reached out and sent a updated Jogger plus.It is more comfortable compared to the previous version.My main issue at this point is the length of the cable.In my case it is short (picture included) so if try to wear it behind the ear lobes it pushes the lobes out and it hurts. Wish there was longer/larger size Jogger plus.
I don't have any other "truly wireless" headphones to compare them too, so I'm mostly comparing them to the multiple other "wired" Bluetooth headphones I have used.
Sound is decent. If you can get the headphones fully inserted so that they seal around your ear the sound is really good. I wouldn't call it noise-cancellation, but they do block out some of the outside noise if you can get that good seal. Eventually they work their way out enough that the sound loses quality. Not bad, just not good sound-wise, and while they do come slightly out to lose that seal around your ear they never come close to "falling off, or falling out".
Battery life is about half of what my regular Bluetooth headsets get. With the wired ones I usually get about 6 1hr workouts on a full change, these get about 3. I'd call that acceptable. I understand battery life will be reduced to keep them truly wireless and also have them be so light.
My biggest complaints are that there is no volume/track control on the headphones. I really miss that when it's paired to my running watch. Also, turning them off/on is a little tricky. The button is tiny, on inside near the earpiece, and also difficult to tell when it is pressed. You can't really get your finger in there when you're wearing them, so you can't hear the voice telling you they are on, off, paired, etc. The best way I've found is to leave them in the case, turn on the left and look for the blue light (which is also super tiny), then turn on the right and look for the light. It takes a little extra fiddling to get them turned on, connected, and ready for my workout when compared to my other Bluetooth headphones.
My verdict is that for $50 they are probably well worth it since all the newer Bluetooth headphones have such long wires connecting the two earpieces that the "true wireless" is worth the extra work, limited battery, and lack of audio controls. My overall experience with these has been good so I would recommend them if you are looking for "true wireless" headphones.
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