Photive BTH3 Over-The-Ear Wireless Bluetooth Headphones with Built-in Mic and 12 Hour Battery. Includes Hard Travel Case.
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- Bluetooth 4.0 Stereo Headphones- Advanced Bluetooth CSR version 4.0 Latest technology.
- Wireless Freedom- Stream music directly from your smartphone or tablet, and be free of annoying, tangled cords.
- Charges quickly and lasts hours- The PH-BT3 headphones feature a lithium-ion battery that not only charges quickly, but gives you up to 12 hours of battery life.
- Compact form factor and stylish design- These headphones were designed to be small enough for you to comfortably tote around.
- Soft-touch rubberized exterior, for a wonderfully smooth, tactile experience.
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Photive Bluetooth Stereo Headphones
Listen to your favorite tunes with the Photive PH-BT3 wireless headphones designed with the latest Bluetooth 4.0 technology. This multifunctional pair of headphones will deliver amazing sound quality and lasting comfort. Featuring a lithium ion battery that will give you up to 12 hours of uninterrupted playtime, and charges completely in only 3 hours. The lightweight, slim design of the PH-BTH3 headphones also makes it an excellent travel companion. The headphones come with their own hard travel case.
• Bluetooth 4.0- Advanced CSR Bluetooth 4.0 technology. Stream your music wirelessly up to 33ft.
• Premium sound quality- Uncompromising sound quality. 40 mm drivers for excellent bass, precise treble and clear mid tones. You’ll hear every satisfying note of your music at its best.
• 12 Hour Lithium-ion rechargeable battery- Enjoy hours of uninterrupted music, podcasts, phone calls and movies before the next charge.
• On Board Controls- Control your music quickly and easily with controls located on the headphone.
• Easy Pairing- Pairs easily, no code required
• 3.5mm Aux input- Includes and a 3.5mm stereo cord for quick and easy connections to devices without Bluetooth.
USB charging cable
Hard Travel Case
3.5mm Audio Cable
1 Year Parts and Labor
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I tested the following BT headsets before deciding on the Photives. All the following headphones were also highly rated by consumers: Sony DR-BTN200 , Creative Labs WP-380, Rokit Boost Swage 2 (The original Swage sounds much better.Got these for my wife.), MEElectronics Air-Fi Matrix2 AF62 (aesthetically almost the same headset).
Either the listed headphones had too much bass, lacking mid's and hi's, bass drowning out anything over 1 khz, poor fitting and button placement, or just all around poor sound reproduction. Im not a sound expert but the Photives offered the best balanced listening experience, from podcast to classical and anything in between. Im satisfied. Also, the mic quality is pretty darn good. My wife hears me well and I can hear her clearly..... something MEElectronic's Air-Fi Matrix2 AF62 was lacking.
Oddly, over the weekend, the ear-cup literally detached from the headband, see attached image. This has never happened with any of my headphones, cheap or expensive. I spoke to a rep ( 1.800.339.9960, Butterfly Photo ,just in case you wondering how to contact a rep) and he said that this is not covered under warranty because it's not from normal wear and tear. I immediately corrected the guy and mentioned that when you have a small piece of plastic attaching a rotating ear-cup to a headband, this is definitely doomed to happened. He stuck to his guns and said this incident is not covered. I gave it one last try and we concluded that I would send a picture and the company will decide if its covered. Sadly, if they cant replace these headphones, I will no longer buy products from this company and nor will they be recommended.
At the end of the day, I love the sound from these headphones but they need to use better materials. Yes they are affordable but there are cheaper Sony headphones that will last longer.
Kervin from Photive sent an email stating the following....."Unfortunately, our warranty does not cover any damage done to the headphones. We apologize for the inconvenience. " He also sent a link to other Photive products. He had to be joking! The product is poorly constructed and Im not going to purchase another one of their poorly built products, not happening!
But the same thing happened to me as the other reviewer had posted where the earbud separated from the device and just dangled. Apparently they really do use a cheap plastic to hold the pieces together where the earbuds fold in and out. I went to pick up my headphones and when I looked at it one side was just dangling there. Seeing how poor their customer service and seeing that it isn't covered under warranty I decided to just toss them.
Went ahead and bit the bullet and got some Bose QC35. When they came in the mail I let my mom try them out and now she wants a pair of bluetooth over-the-ear headphones so that she could watch her Netflix shows from her laptop, since the Apple Earbuds become uncomfortable after a while. Long story short: I won't be buying these for her and I won't be recommending these to anyone anymore due to the poor customer service response to a known defect.
Great Value for the Price
Long Battery Life
Wired and Bluetooth
Comes with a Carrying Case
Syncs well (I have both Android and Apple devices)
Design of the Swivel
Like most electronic devices, they are designed to be disposable.
I had these around my neck and when I took them off, I tweaked the swivel just wrong and the plastic "interlocking" piece broke. I contacted the Customer Service about this to see if they would honor the warranty as a "defective plastic part or molded piece or if it could be repairedt." In one e-mail, I was told they could not repair or replace the part and in another, their customer service said that they, "Could not honor the warranty, because it was considered 'physical damage,' not covered under the warranty."
I was disappointed by this, because for $50, I was a little disappointed that they couldn't repair or replace the part and that I either 1.) Wrap some black electrical tape around the bracket or 2.) e-waste the first pair and buy another set. These are good sounding and for the value and price but for me, they do start to get uncomfortable after a couple of hours around my left ear. (My suggestion is to take breaks between movies or long runs of Netflix binges...)
They are a good value, but warranty was a fail. The design could be improved... but pretty much whether they are $50 or $250, any Bluetooth headphones I looked at are going to be made of plastic and after scouring Amazon, I'm pretty sure there is no "Value Set of Headphones," that will be ultra durable too... If anyone finds one, please let me know.