Urbanears Stadion Active Wireless Bluetooth Headset, Rush (04091871)
|Headphones Jack||Micro USB|
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- Meet your perfect fit team: stretchy coils adapt to the shape of your head, and ear click technology ensures your earbuds stay firmly in place inside your ears
- Bluetooth ready for cord-free listening and hands-free calls
- A single charge gives up to 7 hours of playback time. Use the hidden micro USB port to recharge like a pro.
- With all of the buttons you need around back, there's no reason to slow down. Use the 3-button control to click through your playlist, adjust volume, and pick up calls.
- Built-in reflectors keep you extra visible during late night runs and 3 AM walks with the dog
- Connectivity technology : Bluetooth 4.0. Battery play time: +7 hours
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This light and flexible headset comes in a package you’ve never quite seen before—with a team of stretchy coils that wrap behind your neck for an on-target fit, and EarClick technology that secures the earbuds in place. Too fast for cords, Stadion is Bluetooth-ready for seamless listening and hands-free calls, with all the buttons you need around back. Reflective details give extra visibility at night. And the micro USB port lets you recharge between sessions like a pro.
Meet your perfect fit team — stretchy coils that adapt to the shape of your head and EarClick technology that ensure your earbuds stay firmly in place inside your ears.
Bluetooth ready for cord-free listening and hands-free calls. A single charge gives up to 7 hours of playback time. Use the hidden micro USB port to recharge like a pro.
With all the buttons you need around back, there’s no reason to slow down. Use the 3-button control to click through your playlist, adjust volume, and pick up calls.
Sweat bravely in the dark. Built-in reflectors keep you extra visible during late night runs and 3am walks with the dog.
|Baggen||Stammen||Hellas||Plattan ADV Wireless||Plattan 2||Sumpan|
|Amplifiers||3 Class-D||3 Class-D|
|Drivers||40mm Handmade||40mm Handmade||40mm Handmade||13.6mm Dynamic|
|Tweeters||2X 2.5˝ Full-Range||2X 3/4˝ Neodymium Dome|
|Woofers||1X 5.25˝ Sub-Woofer||1X 4˝ Sub-Woofer|
|Size||301 x 301 x 213mm||210 x 210 x 142mm||4.6oz||6oz||4.6oz||0.7oz|
|Feature||Multi-Room Connectivity||Multi-Room Connectivity||Active||Swipe Interface||3D Hinge||CableLoop|
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Stadion is the performance-ready headset designed to fit as seamlessly as a faithful aerobics leotard. With its light and stretchy body, and no cords attached, stadion adapts to everything, from the unique shape of your head to your most intense workouts. With one less distraction in your headspace, there's nothing stopping you from taking your workout into the zone.
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Reasons to buy:
1. They don't seal in the ear, so you still can hear cars people around you and you can wear them for a long time or during sort without getting sweaty ears. Nearly every other headphone I looked at relies on this to get good sound.
2. They don't rest on your shoulders. Headphones that do this pull out of the ear or flop around if you move with any energy.
3. They are attached to each other with easy to find controls.
4. Battery life is not an issue for me.
5. I'm not an audiophile at all - but to me these sound good, nice full sound (for headphones).
Negatives: so I should start this with a notes that while there are a lot of negatives they are still the only ones I would buy at this price point.
1. They don't work well with [sun] glasses that have fat legs as they both need to go behind the ear.
2. The Bluetooth range is unfathomably bad. My most common usage is phone (Samsung s7 and pixel 2 XL) in jeans pocket listening to music. If my phone is pointing down there music breaks up like a skipping CD, turned the other way round it works but it's easily upset, e.g. leaning against a counter. It just amazes me that a product can be this bad at a basic function. Even my $50 phillips Bluetooth headphones don't have any problems with this.
3. I have average sized ears (male) and need to use the smallest covers. There is no way my wife can use these.
4. As with other reviewers the battery cover on my first pair was installed incorrectly so it wouldn't close and only solution was to remove it. Which didn't seem to matter except for water proofing. Based on my sample size (2) you have a 50% chance of this happening.
5. IMHO the buttons on the break are break to front, they make sense when you look at the product, but when wearing not to me.
6. The buttons being shaped is a cool idea but in practice didn't help me to figure out which one m pressing unless I really feel around them.
7. Wind noise when cycling is epic, my previous headphones where Apple wired ones which of course have some wind noise, but compared to this it was nothing.
Based on all this is world still recommend buying unless one of the negatives is a problem for you. If an alternative comes up I will jump ship immediately. It sorry of amazes me that a modern product could have so many easy to fix flaws or fail at basic quality control.
If you're looking for headphones for biking or low impact activities or if you live somewhere cold, give these a try. But I can't recommend these for hot weather long distance running.
Very lightweight, and the coil cord works well with merely reaching back with your right hand to increase volume.
Personally, while running, I appreciate ambient sound to let me know if there is a car fast approaching. I think noise cancelling is unsafe for traffic as well as your ear canals.
However, the only issue why I can't give this a higher rating:
If you have the phone in your pocket, for whatever reason, the Bluetooth is not up to par and you will hear skipping of your music and the bluetooth is searching for it
If you have the phone on an armband (and hence ever so slightly closer to the headset) this is not an issue.
I think that almost all manufactures have resolved the Bluetooth issues so I am very suprised Urban Ears can't master that.
The only other minor issue is that while the instructions are in a dozen languages, it barely addresses turning on the device and effective pairing, The on switch is not thought through well.
My main problem was the battery life. These last a few hours at best, which is pretty disappointing, considering most bluetooth headphones on the market last at least ten times longer than that. Some reviewers also pointed out connectivity issues, but I didn't have a problem there, was able to easily pair with both my computer and portable devices.
Update: a few weeks of use, and the bluetooth connectivity has been suffering too. Cuts out a lot, and sometimes my phone or iPad won't even be able to find the device. Overall, not a great product, which is sad, because I've used various urbanears headphones and earbuds for years and loved them.
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They fit perfectly for my ears, and I like that they don't have that dangly cord around the neck, as I find that they tug over time. The battery life is great, and the controls mean I don't need to touch my iPhone.
They're great, except for one major problem; the Bluetooth reception is pants. Utterly pants. I can't carry my phone in my pocket, because my body actually gets in the way. I've resorted to using a 7th gen nano in my bra, just so it's close enough, and even then if I turn my head too much, it cuts out intermittently. Very annoying.
Urbanears were no help at all when I raised this with them, they just fobbed me off with a rubbish excuse of the Bluetooth module needing to be small, so won't be as powerful. Which is rubbish, because other makers manage it.
Then go to start my workout & surprise, press the button & they will not turn on. Considered I might have left them on so needed charging; plugged in and left them for half and hour. Come back and light is white. Try to turn on & nothing!
Just like the cheap-as-chips earphones they lasted a couple of months but in this case I'm out 80 quid!
Doubt I'll ever see my money back....
I've had 2 pairs now replaced under warranty - 3rd pair lasted halfway through second run then died. Nothing
DO NOT BUY
Ich habe die "Stadion" als allround-und-immer-parat InEars kennen und schätzen gelernt. Ich trage sie irgendwie ständig. Von gelegentlichen Aufladephasen abgesehen. Bei niedriger Lautstärke hat man das Gefühl, dass im Hintergrund immer ein Radio läuft, das immer mit bei einem ist. Sprich; man bekommt alles - und ich meine Alles - mit, hat aber ständig seine Lieblingsmusik im Hintergrund. Zur Bedienung. Es gibt drei "Knöpfe". Nicht mehr. Keine Fünf und keine Neun. Nur Drei. Ich finde es von daher ziemlich lächerlich, wenn Leute schreiben, dass die Bedienung so kompliziert ist, weil man so leicht daneben greift. Daneben. Bei drei Knöpfen? Man kann jederzeit spüren, ob man seine Finger auf dem ersten, dem dritten oder dem zweiten Knopf hat. Problemlos. Wer das nicht hinbekommt, sollte vielleicht auf Playmobil umsteigen.
Für meine speziellen Freunde - die "Audiophilen"; also Menschen, die glauben, ein qualitativ besseres Gehör zu haben als die Normalbürger (zu denen ich mich übrigens auch zähle...)... Die werden über die Stadion InEars nur die Nase rümpfen. Zuwenig Bühne, zuwenig Auflösung, zuwenig Aufspielfreudig u.s.w. Sollen sie! Für die normalen Menschen, die im Alltag gerne Musik hören und nicht darauf achten wollen, ob die InEars rutschen... Für diese Normalos sind die Stadion bestens geeignet. Ich mag sie und empfehle sie auch gerne weiter.
Estoy contenta con la compra.