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Samsung SM-R140NZKAXAR Gear IconX (2018 Edition) Cord-free Fitness Earbuds (US Version with Warranty) – Black
I’ve had a few earbuds, one other dirt cheap set of bluetooth earbuds (mpow), wireless and wired headphones and I can honestly say these are the best audio devices I have purchased after my Sonos system.
Put a little money out and get the best.
Seriously. Stop reading the reviews for all these other cheap knock offs that will either skip in the middle of a song, completely crap out after 30 days, or make you look like the rebirth of Frankenstein’s monster. I’ve been using these for three days now and can honestly say that they are the best investment I’ve made for my daily work out. For me, the fit, right out of the box has been snug and secure without feeling uncomfortable. No matter how much you shake or move, these thing won’t come out (great for running, weight training, or cross-fit). Aesthetically, the best thing about these are the fact that they are very low profile. You can barely see them in your ears so that means no handle bars coming out the sides of your head. In regards to sound quality, I can say they sound pretty good. Much better than expected for a pair of workout buds. Decent highs and mids; with some surprisingly good bass as well. Hey, they’re for workouts so don’t expect audiophile sound. You can stream your tunes or (my favorite) just load a bunch of songs directly to the buds and go. There’s 4 gigs of memory so plenty of space for up to 1000 songs. Also, there’s a shuffle feature; so you can mix up your tunes and not have to listen to the same artists or songs in a row. As far as build quality goes, my wife accidentally dropped them twice when trying them on and there was no damage. These are some pretty solid buds and I’m expecting them to last for quite a while. For streaming, just open the case and they pair easily with your phone or any Bluetooth device. I have yet to experience a single drop in connectivity when streaming from my phone or ipod (knock on wood). So there you go. If you’re hesitant (as I was) about going full wireless; or if your’re just shopping around and considering getting a cheaper version, don’t. Get these. You won’t regret it.
Good sound quality, industry leading battery life, best controls, useful unique features but so so charging case.
So for those that don’t have an iOS device the options we have for completely wireless earbuds aren’t that great besides these. As of right now I think this is the best option if you’re on Android or Windows. It isn’t perfect but it is pretty good.
Decent performance, too pricey, but good concept
I have a Pixel XL running android Oreo 8.1. I also tested these against a Jabra Elite 65t I got from Best Buy. I used the smallest tips and fins with these. I also own an android wear watch, the Huawei Watch 2 Classic and a pair of decent headphones, the Sennheiser HD 598 as well as some cheapie panasonic $6 earbuds I get off Amazon that I absolutely love.