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91 of 93 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very Good Bluetooth Headphone!!, February 7, 2011
This review is from: Creative WP-300 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer) (Electronics)
Like the other reviewer mentioned when I ordered these there were not any reviews on them so, I decided to write one. Here it goes:

First of all let me mention that I am a big fan of Creative Labs and I had owned and currently I own number of their products. They generally make very good stuff.
I have been looking for a pair of decent bluetooth headphones for last couple of year and I have tried number of different ones including Motorolla and Sony but none of them where good as this pair of Creative WP-300.

-Very light weight compared to other ones
-I like the fact that the ear cups swiles and make the whole thing much more flatter to storage
-Fast charging time (around 1.5 hours)
-Very good range (above 30 feet)
-Long lasting charge compared to others (6+ hours)
-It includes volume control, play, pause, reverse and forward bottons on the right ear cup
-Using a standard micro usb plug for charging which is good for me since I have couple of other devices with the same plug so I don't have to take additional cables with me on the road.
-Travel pouch is included
-Very good sound quality for a pair of pure bluetooth headphone (I have used them for all kinds of music, movies, and training sessions/videos).

-The ear cups are little bit small so like every 45 to 60 minutes I have to take them off for couple of minutes otherwise my ears start to hurt. Although, overall they are very comfortable.
-It would of been nice if there was a battery level indicator on these.
-Also, it would of been nice it they could be used as a pair of wired headphones like some of the other ones out there.

Overall, if you have a bluetooth transsiver on your machine (or you don't mind buying one) and looking for a good quality headphone around or under $100.00 go head and buy this pair.
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Initial post: Jul 1, 2011 7:57:01 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Jul 1, 2011 7:59:51 AM PDT
jj2me says:
Great review. I'm especially thankful for you listing the playback controls.

One thing I'd add to your review is regarding your suggestion to buy a separate bluetooth transceiver. A buyer will get the best audio quality when used with these headphones by buying a transceiver that supports the apt-X codec, like the Creative BT-D1 ( for connecting to USB, or Creative BT-D5 ( for connecting to iPhone/iPod.

apt-X is currently the best consumer-available codec for bluetooth audio.

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 6, 2011 8:03:49 AM PDT
...and thank you jj2me, for mentioning the importance of the transceiver in the whole process. I had completely overlooked that detail, till I read your response!

Posted on Dec 8, 2012 3:48:17 AM PST
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In reply to an earlier post on Dec 9, 2012 11:50:01 AM PST
Possibly English is his second language? If I run across a review that I can't be sure wasn't created by someone who is payed to do so, I try to see what else, if anything, the reviewer has reviewed.

This guy seems legit as he reviews a variety of products and awards a variety of high & low scores - Two of the criteria I use when deciding whether or not to trust a review.

Yes, many reviews are pretty hard to get through with bad grammar, spelling, etc. ...heck, I bet there's something grammatically incorrect in this response...

But, I'll give a pass to the guy trying his best to write an honest review and let the occasional typo or error slide - especially if English (not the easiest of languages) is his second language...and that may be the case here.

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 29, 2013 11:55:41 AM PDT
CallMeCrazy says:
It's PAID, not PAYED.
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