User Ratings & Opinions
Pros: Dual Mic, phone button, great sound(even loud) tells you connected
Cons: Not for sports where head movement is involved. No battery replaceable parts
l considered that my fault, but at&t still replaced them under my phone warranty for $20 because l bought them with my Galaxy S2. l have been able to do everything l need all day, and the "7 hours of listening time" after full charge lets you know your powered for the day ahead (they tell you: connected, lost signal, disconnected, and time left for battery from 7 hours, down to less then 1)keeping you informed, of status.
Reception is better then any other BT headset(stereo or mono) Ive had in the past. its 38feet from my bedroom to my kitchen sink, and l can make a French vanilla latte without skipping, or other signs of interference.
The 3 other function buttons exist separate(all on left earpiece) of the two large, phone(left ear)music(right ear). The power button doubles as a pairing button when held down a few seconds longer then powering on. The rubber Vol-up & Vol-down buttons(top of each)also serve as track forward/track back(bottom of each) and are more or less waterproof, as is the rubber cover for the microUSB slot(same as S2 and my new Note ll)which uses the same, as those used in all devices with this standard.
I know 4 others with this BT headset, who really enjoy them. l have bought a second pair, for my wife, and she really enjoys the fact she doesnt have anything noticeable hanging down her face. l do dangle the right side loose and tuck it into my shirt when driving, as its illegal to wear stereo headsets, while driving.
l think most people that tried these would give them between 4-1/2 to 5
for functionality, sound, reliability, and durability.
Pros: Good Sound, Bass Boost, Comfortable.
Cons: Sweat Affects usage
The battery lasts a long time, and the sound quality is above average.
I hope to see this headset updated to correct the issues with perspiration. I would love to replace my warn-out set.