Motorola S11-Flex HD Wireless Stereo Bluetooth Headset - Black/White
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- 5-Point Adjustability For Custom Fit. Select your ear cushions, adjust the inner band, and pull and rotate the telescopic stem for the ultimate custom fit.
- Breakthrough Pulse-Pounding HD Audio. Digital audio tuning, premium acoustic components and customizable EQ settings deliver sound that will blow you away.
- Hydrophobic mesh & silicone seals. Keep moisture out, and the music flowing.
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- Size (LWH): 8 inches, 6 inches, 2 inches
- Battery Type: Lithium Ion
Stereo Bluetooth Headset in bulk packaging. No AC adapter included; can be charged via any standard microUSB cable.
From the Manufacturer
The Motorola S11-Flex HD Wireless Stereo Headphones synthesize maximum comfort and fit with professional grade sound quality. They are designed to form fit to every head shape and size so that they won’t fall out of your ears: ideal for an active lifestyle. The adjustable innerband secures them around your head while the telescopic, rotating stem custom fits to your ears. Multiple cushions around the ear buds also provide ultimate comfort for your ear canal. The protective coating and moisture-repellent mesh makes these headphones extremely durable. Sweat, humidity, or a damp gym bag- nothing will get in the way of the music.
The advanced acoustic design with aptX codec technology produces better sound quality than wired headphones. You’ll no longer have to worry about wires getting in the way of your workout. Dual, high-performance microphones deliver superb noise cancellation for clear sound on your calls. You can also tailor the sound as you prefer to hear it with five EQ settings.
The S11-Flex HD Wireless Headphones are compatible with all Bluetooth-enabled devices: Android and Apple smartphones, MP3 players, and more. Other features include a rapid-charge battery that lasts up to three hours with just 15 minutes of charging.
- Five adjustment points on the innerband, flexible outerband
- Adjustable ear stems that lengthen and rotate according to your needs
- Different ear buds to choose from
- Easy, one-touch volume adjustment
- Full hour of HD audio with five minutes of charge time
These headphones have a music playback time of up to seven hours and standby time up to six days. They have a music playback range of 150 feet and weigh two ounces.
Top Customer Reviews
- Very comfortable, ran a 1/2 marathon in them and had absolutely no discomfort. Far more comfortable than the Sennheiser PMX70 AND PMX80s that I usually run with.
- Behind the neck so they don't fall out of my ears like my Bose IE2s (once in a while) that I bought 30 days ago and whose wires are already showing.
- Wireless rocks
- Audio quality is great. I like them better than my Bose and Sennheiser. They get louder than Bose.
- Controls are easy to use. Volume Up/Down, On/Off/Equalizer, Pause/Play/Forward One Song/Back One Song - there may be more settings, but I didn't read the manual.
- Quick Charge - yes, it only takes 15 minutes to fully charge them
- Full Charge listening time - I've never pushed them beyond 3 hours, but they appear to last for 5+ hours. They tell you how much charge time you have left when you turn them on and they are consistent with 5+ hours
- They didn't break after 2 uses like the 2 sets of Logitech Backbeat 903 headphones I had (but returned)
- build quality - these things feel sturdy, very sturdy - time will tell
- They don't leak sound so people around you don't hear what you're listening to
- Good distance - I'd say you're ok out to 150ft. No problems on the same floor of a townhome. Have full connectivity with one floor of separation until I go to the opposite side of the townhome (from where laptop or phone are).
- Works great - superb with Samsung Nexus and Samsung laptop
- Fully controls Spotify so I expect it would work with iPhone since everyone makes sure they are compatible with iPhones first.
- Great volume, love it
- Phone calls are ok, definitely passable for carrying on a conversation. I've tested them on my Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which has its own issues in terms of call quality (and might be the cause of minor clarity problems I've had with these). Haven't checked them on my iphone yet, which has better call quality than my Nexus.
I've only had the headphones just shy of 2 weeks, but, at this point, these headphones rock - they are now the standard for wireless headphones and easily beat out the wired ($130 and below) headphones I own in terms of quality (sound and build).
Will update if anything changes to pay back for all the great reviewers who have helped me make purchases.
-- additional note
I primarily use these in the gym and I haven't had any problems with them either with free weights or on machines.
I'm seriously hoping they last!
******* Update 8/12/2013 ********
I have the infamous crack in the center of the headband. I have an additional crack where the left ear module connects to the head band. I've been fairly careful with them too. I've had the cracks for at least a month and used duct tape to reinforce both cracks. The headphones still work perfectly, but I have contacted Motorola for a return, which doesn't seem to be a problem. I'm hoping they fixed this problem as another review indicated. I won't know for sure until I get them and use them for several months though.
Will update w/any new information.
- one other con: when turning the headset on or off it plays a different musical tone. I usually have to guess if it is actually turning on or off since it doesn't always tell me battery life when I turn it on. A better option would for it to just say, "headset off" or "headset on."
Second – sorry to all those who wrote “don’t buy this” reviews…I should have listened.
Third – to everyone who wrote about how terrible Motorola support was…it was even worse than that!
A quick review of how these headphones worked (when they were working). They paired very well with both my iPhone 5 and an Android tablet…occasional Bluetooth drops, but chalked those up to the tablet. The sound wasn’t great, but it was good enough. They were comfortable enough to get me through a 90-minute aerobic/weights workout, and charged very quickly. They would occasionally not turn on, or just shut off with no reason, but I always managed to get it to work OK.
I took great care of these, wiping them off after every use, and treating them very carefully. However, after about 3 months, the LED light that glows red->yellow->green when charging would only work sometimes, but I figured as long as it kept charging I was OK with it. Strangely enough, the same LED worked fine in blue mode when pairing with the iPhone/tablet.
9/17/2014 – I left the headphones charging overnight (as I’ve done often before), but when I picked them up the next morning they were hot. So hot in fact that the plastic around the end of the micro-USB charge plug had melted, and the plug-in place on the headphones had burned brownish-black. I pulled them apart, and some melted plastic pulled away, kind of like melted mozzarella cheese. I haven’t tried turning on the headphones to see if they still work, but it’s obvious I’ll never be charging these again!
Went to the Motorola customer support site, and requested an online chat. After over 24 minutes of waiting to get to number 1 in the queue, my window message switched to:
There are no agents available to chat with you right now. Please try again later.
I tried again…this time getting the message:
You are currently number 1 in the queue. You should be connected to an agent in about 14:25. The average amount of time a customer has to wait is 14:25.
After exactly 14:25, the message updated to say:
You are currently number 1 in the queue. We apologize for the delay. We will assign you to an agent as soon as one is available. The average amount of time a customer has to wait is 14:25.
After waiting another 15 or so minutes, I “left” the non-conversation and tried starting over, getting:
You are currently number 38 in the queue. You should be connected to an agent in about 22:11. The average amount of time a customer has to wait is 22:13.
While waiting for the online chat, I decided to call the support number (800-734-5870). After answering a few automated questions to get to the right type of device, I got put on hold with some horrible warbling repeating-every-23-seconds classical music, and then every 30 seconds a nice lady would come on and tell me how all of their representatives are busy and how important my call is to them, and please hold, as my call will be answered in the order received, or soon, alternately. After just short of 13 minutes on hold, the music went silent for a few seconds, and then they disconnected me.
I was still waiting for the chat window, but again, after the 22:11, I got the same message:
There are no agents available to chat with you right now. Please try again later.
Why in the world would you “count down” from 38 in the queue to 1, and only then tell a customer there are NO AGENTS AVAILABLE TO CHAT???? So the 37 people before me got to chat with someone? Or did they get the same treatment?
I finally ended up sending an email. I gave a quick recap of the problem and asked if it was possible to get a replacement. I received a response email saying:
Your question has been received. You should expect a response from us within 24 hours.
No word, no response, no answering chat, no answering phones, nothing! I’ve always had a fondness for Motorola – probably from some of the phone technology from years past – but I had no idea how far they’d fallen. Whatever fondness I had for them has completely evaporated – this is certainly not the Motorola of yesteryear.