Top critical review
More to hate than to love
Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2020
Cons: Is uncomfortable to wear for any extended amount of time.
The charging cable.
Pros: It's wireless.
It has the advertised battery life.
Connecting to bluetooth is pretty smooth and easy. Although it seems to like to disconnect if there's not a constant stream of noise coming at it. This requires restarting the headset to fix.
The audio quality is pretty good, and there's no static during silence. (Which was common with the cheaper wireless headsets.) I'm no audiophile, but I didn't find it offensive.
Fancy packaging and easy to read instructions in English.
So, the biggest deal, and the sole reason I prefer in-ears over the headphones that cover the ear: The ability to just wear it all day without having discomfort. This does not fulfill that requirement. If it did, I'd put up with everything. Even the ridiculous charging cable. But at this price, it's just not acceptable that literally no configuration for the bending of the hook things doesn't irritate the skin, except for bending it so it's not actually hooking on the ear, but because of the design, that means it is basically going to fall out under any motion - and even then, I am noticing some irritation where the hook meets the ear - it's really obnoxious.
So, what's wrong with the charging cable? Well, first off it's like 2 inches long. That's not exactly practical.... And for some reason, instead of using a standard usb charger, so that I could just use my own cable, or even buy one of any useful length, it has its own special type of charger. So...yay.
hmm. My hatred burned so hot that I was certain there were more things to hate about it. More small annoyances like the headset disconnecting itself. But no. It was just uncomfortable. Which is unacceptable for any price (let alone this one). If I wanted to be uncomfortable, I'd go to work and get paid for it.