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Motorola Pulse Escape+ Review

Pros

  • Low price
  • Fairly smart look
  • Larger sound than most at the price
  • Smooth sound

Cons

  • Flat, indistinct mids
  • Intermittent Bluetooth channel balance issue

Key Specifications

  • Review Price: £49.99
  • 20-hour battery
  • 40mm dynamic drivers
  • Folding design
  • Bluetooth 4.1

What are the Motorola Pulse Escape+?

The Motorola Pulse Escape+ are affordable wireless headphones. They’re designed to look like street headphones that might cost over £200, but are only £50.

That illusion disappears when you actually get your hands on the Motorola Pulse Escape+. And the sound quality is only about right for the price. They are beaten by their best sub-£100 rivals, such as the Urbanista Seattle Wireless and AKG Y50BT.

However, we do have some residual admiration for the Motorola Pulse Escape+. They are substantially cheaper than most big-brand competitors. It’s a pity that their wireless transmission is buggy, though: see the “wireless” section of this review for more.

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Motorola Pulse Escape+ — Design

The Motorola Pulse Escape+ are full-size wireless headphones. At this level you’re usually restricted to the smaller on-ear kind if you need Bluetooth, and even then price tends to be much higher than this pair’s £49.99.

Held at arm’s length, I wouldn’t have blinked if I was told the Motorola Pulse Escape+ cost £169.99. They have the tempered aggression of a street headphone, with smart-looking contours and a very subtle camouflage finish on the cups.

Up close, the impression they leave is a little different. The outer of these headphones is all-plastic, which is fine, but the plastics used feel hollow, like those of most very low-cost pairs.

Little attention has been paid to the tactile experience of the Motorola Pulse Escape+ too. I’m talking about what it feels like when you pull out the cups from the headband to fit your head, and the action of the hinge that lets the cups fold into the band for extra portability. Everything is harsh and severe. Folding the stems sounds like cracking bones, altering the headband like a baby farting.

A more expensive pair would have more thought applied to these finishing touches, and entry-level rivals like the Skullcandy Grind seem more refined in this area too.

For £50 I don’t think it is a major problem. But don’t approach the Motorola Pulse Escape+ expecting them to feel like the Beats Studio, just because they look like a distant cousin of that pair.

Comfort is fine thanks to the thick foam padding of the band and cups, although there’s very little lateral wiggle room to the cups and the holes in the pads are small for a full-size pair. Again, the Motorola Pulse Escape+ fall short of luxury, but I’ve worn them for several hours at a time without issue. Some will find the pads irritate their ears after a while, though.

Motorola Pulse Escape+ — Wireless and features

The Motorola Pulse Escape+ use Bluetooth 4.1 for wireless transmission and a full charge offers up to 20 hours’ use. This is great compared with most wireless pairs of, say, two years ago. However, improvements in Bluetooth chipsets seem to be fast making this the standard in all pairs with room to fit a larger-than-pea-size battery.

Wireless signal reliability is good, with no major interference issues when using the Motorola Pulse Escape+ out on the street.

However, there is a bizarre bug that I would not expect to see from, for example, a Sony wireless pair. At times when the Motorola Pulse Escape+ are connected wirelessly to a phone, you’ll either only hear audio in one ear, or the channel balance will be messed up as if the stereo feed was skewed 75 per cent over to the left or right. It’s a worrying QA issue, although seems to happen mostly when the battery level is low.

Pairing can be slow too, although I still consider the solid everyday performance to be the main factor here.

The right cup features a few controls built into its surface. These are clicky buttons rather than touch panels, and let you control volume, track choice and play/pause. You can also get a handy verbal prompt of the battery level when you press the two volume buttons together.

Buttons are preferable to touch pads here. They are less fiddly and won’t stop working when it rains. These headphones are, unusually for the price, certified to IP54 water resistance. This means they can take water spray from any direction, a little surprising given there’s a microUSB and 3.5mm cable input on the bottom of the right cup. You can wear them in the gym, or out in the rain.

The Motorola Pulse Escape+ also avoid ruining video, with an only fractional delay between the audio sync of your phone and the headphones. And if you can still notice the fistful of milliseconds’ delay Bluetooth adds, you can plug the included cable in instead. It has one-button play/pause control and a mic.

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Motorola Pulse Escape+ — Sound quality

These headphones use 40mm drivers, the standard size for a big pair like this. And as the sensible among you may have already guessed, they don’t sound quite as good as the £150-plus headphones they seem similar to.

The Motorola Pulse Escape+ are inoffensive-sounding, and do have some of the soundstage benefits of a larger pair. They are not harsh, or thin, they do not have the annoying booming bass that used to be common among cheaper street headphones.

They don’t sound worse than some more expensive on-ear headphones like the Urbanears Plattan 2 BT, making them a solid choice if your budget is low and you are keen on the idea of big Bluetooth headphones.

 

However, they don’t rise above the basics of sound in the way the Urbanista Seattle Wireless do. They are on-ear headphones £20 more expensive, but if you’re picky about sound quality I’d recommend considering the extra expense.

The Motorola Pulse Escape+’s mids are low on texture, limiting how well they can render vocals. Mid tonality is slightly synthetic-sounding too. Listening side-by-side with the Skullcandy Grind, Skullcandy’s mid-range definition is better.

The bass and treble composition comes across as balanced, but they don’t have the quite the bass energy or general sound dynamics the youthful design would suggest. However, if you’re not a bass freak you could take this as a deliberate reserve, particularly as low-end presence is fairly consistent right down to ultra-low sub-bass frequencies.

At one point I even took the pair off to check the ultra-low rumble from a deep synth drone was actually coming from the Motorola Pulse Escape+. It was.

When playing electronic music, say the atmospheric dance of Photay, you get a much better soundstage than most wireless headphones in this class. And the (for the most part) lack of vocals does not highlight the dead-eyed mids.

 

Why buy the Motorola Pulse Escape+?

The Motorola Pulse Escape+ are tricky to pin down. Getting full-size, decent-looking wireless headphones for under £50 sounds like a major bargain. Good battery life and solid performance during use only adds to their appeal.

However, the channel balance issue that crops up every now and then when re-pairing wirelessly is concerning. And while the added soundstage width of these headphones’ larger drivers is welcome, making many rivals sound frankly small by comparison, the mids are pallid dough.

The AKG Y50BT and Urbanista Seattle Wireless flatten this pair in their delivery of vocals in particular. But as they are on-ear and 25-100% more expensive, I’m left scratching my head a little. Saying “pay more” isn’t helpful when you’re on a tight budget. Bugs and sound quality issues aside, these headphones get you a lot for your money.

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Verdict

Flat mids hold back the otherwise expansive sound, but a low price means these Motorola headphones still appeal.

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Motorola Pulse Escape Plus review: specs and price

Motorola Pulse Escape Plus

Motorola Pulse Escape Plus

Why is Motorola Pulse Escape Plus better than the average?

  • Driver unit size?
    40mmvs35.14mm
  • Maximum Bluetooth range?
    12mvs11.54m

Design

Devices with stereo speakers deliver sound from independent channels on both left and right sides, creating a richer sound and a better experience.

Comfortable full-size form with earcups that fully enclose your ears. This model is loved for its increased sound isolation and the fact that it won't leak sound to your neighbors. It offers potential for maximum bass and loudness levels.

With a detachable cable you can use alternative cables, and if the cable is pulled it will pop out instead of breaking.

Resistance to sweat makes it ideal for use while doing sports.

The device is protected with extra seals to prevent failures caused by dust, raindrops, and water splashes.

We consider a lower weight better because lighter devices are more comfortable to carry. A lower weight is also an advantage for home appliances, as it makes transportation easier, and for many other types of products.

Foldable devices are easier to transport and take up less storage space.

The device comes with its own special case or pouch, which is useful for safe transportation.

Sound quality

The lowest frequency at which the device produces audio. The lower the low-frequency response, the stronger and juicier the bass.

The device sits tightly in place, creating an acoustic seal which reduces background noise and prevents your music from leaking out.

The highest frequency at which device produces audio. The higher the high-frequency response, the clearer and crispier the treble.

This type of device allows you to listen at lower volume levels, causing less ear fatigue as you don't have to crank up the volume to overcome background noise. Ideal for plane rides and morning commutes.

Devices with a higher sound pressure level are generally louder when supplied with any given audio source.

Devices with neodymium magnets are lighter and more powerful than those which use ferrite magnets. They also have more bass and clear high notes.

Impedance is the device’s electrical resistance to the current being pushed through it. The lower the impedance, the easier it is to get higher volume and requires less power.

The driver unit is the component that produces sound in the device. Bigger drivers are more powerful and can produce better bass.

The diaphragm moves air back and forth to create sound. The bigger the diaphragm, the more bass it can produce.

Power

The device's battery life (when in use) as given by the manufacturer. With a longer battery life you have to charge the device less often.

The time it takes to fully charge the battery.

The USB Type-C features reversible plug orientation and cable direction.

Battery power, or battery capacity, represents the amount of electrical energy that a battery can store. More battery power can be an indication of longer battery life.

The battery life of the charging case as given by the manufacturer. A charging case with a longer battery life allows you to recharge your headphones on the go multiple times before having to recharge the case itself.

Connectivity

Bluetooth is a wireless technology standard that allows data transfers between devices placed in close proximity, using short-wavelength, ultra-high frequency radio waves. Newer versions provide faster data transfers.

A standard 3.5mm male connector is suitable for use with all MP3 players and computer sound cards.

Bluetooth aptX is an audio codec used for transmitting hi-resolution audio wirelessly from Bluetooth-enabled devices. Developed by Qualcomm, the aptX audio technology includes variations such as aptX HD, aptX Low Latency, and aptX Adaptive.

Wi-Fi 6, released in 2019, is based on the IEEE 802.11ax wireless LAN standard. Designed to operate in all frequency bands between 1 and 6 GHz, it offers higher data rates and lower latency compared to previous Wi-Fi technologies.

802.11ac wireless works on the 5GHz frequency range. It offers higher transfer rates, improved reliability, and improved power consumption. It provides advantages for gaming and HD video streaming.

Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n) is a wireless standard released in 2009. It has faster transfer rates and improved security compared to its predecessors – a, b, and g.

Device supports fast Bluetooth pairing using NFC so it can communicate with other devices over Bluetooth. You can fastly pair devices without entering a code by simply holding one device next to the device with which it is to be paired.

Features

A headset is one headphone or pair with a built-in microphone. Headsets can be used for apps that require communication i.e. Skype, games with voice chat, mobile phones, etc.

These microphones are designed to filter out background noise from the desired sound. Especially useful in noisy environments.

More microphones result in better sound quality and enable the device to filter out background noise.

There is a control panel on the device body, so you can easily access the volume control or remote without having to interact with a cable or another device it's connected to.

There is a control panel on the cable, so you can easily operate the device without having to interact with it.

When covered under the manufacturer’s warranty it is possible to get a replacement in the case of a malfunction.

With voice prompts, you will automatically receive information via audio messages – for instance, you may find out that the battery is running low, and it's time to recharge the device.

The device has an option to mute/unmute a conversation directly from the device.

Multipoint allows you to link to more Bluetooth devices and switch between them. For example you can easily switch calls from one device to another without having to manually disconnect and reconnect.

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As convenient as cutting the cord and going with wireless headphones can be, it's difficult to ignore their usual high asking price. Sometimes, they can go for $50 or $100 more than a set of wired ones with similar sound performance. Not the Moto Pulse.

I would say that Motorola, the company behind some of the most well-known phones, is merely dipping its toes in the headphone market with the Pulse. But for $59 (about £37, AU$80 but not currently available outside the US,) Motorola is cannon-balling with these Bluetooth headphones, which are stocked with features, offer full sound quality and stellar battery life.

Design

I expected it to be an easy task to point out all the spots on the Pulse where Moto opted for cheap build materials or boring design to cut down costs. I can find a few, but not nearly as many as I thought.

The on-ear makeup of the Moto Pulse is 80% headband, 20% ear cups. It's skull-spanning headband is flexible and coated all around with a breathable, mesh fabric. The band is very wide-set, so most head sizes should fit comfortably inside.

Reaching down to its sides, the Pulse's headband slims down and transitions into a ring of metallic-painted plastic. Each side is labeled with the correct ear orientation. But, so long as you can memorize the various, somewhat confusing button functions, it doesn't make much of a difference which side goes on which ear.

The ear cups are attached to a sliding mechanism that gives them some wiggle and sizing flexibility. Finding a good fit is fairly simple, though I occasionally find that the Pulse wants to wiggle out of the size I set it to. Sort of annoying, but it doesn't ruin my experience. The padding on the ear cups is totally sufficient for hours-long listening sessions, and the leatherette coating helps your ears to stay cool.

All of the Pulse's controls are located around the right ear cup. The microUSB port and built-in microphone are placed on its bottom side, while four buttons wrap around its side. From bottom to top, the first button operates play and pause. Its second and third buttons are a volume rocker, which can change songs with a press held for over one second. The last button is a power button that can also be pushed down to pair to new devices. It's a bit tough to feel where the buttons begin and end, but this learning curve is fairly easy to conquer.

There isn't much else inside the box aside from a microUSB for charging. I always love seeing a tote included, but I can understand its omission for the low price of the Pulse. After all, the Pulse's ear cups swivel flat, so they can fit in practically any bag you're already using.

Performance

For $59, you can only ask for so much. But Motorola stretches the listener's dollar further than it usually goes in the portable audio market. Despite some minor issues, the Pulse's design is a win. And when it comes to sound performance, Moto proves again that you shouldn't judge tiny cans before you try them.

The sound quality isn't up there –or anywhere close– to headphones crafted specifically to deliver a masterclass experience, like the Sennheiser Momentum Wireless. But, again, for the low asking price, it's hard to complain. The bass, while not the most accurate, has enough boom to lay your tracks down with a decent amount of "oomph."

The Pulse offers a generally full sound, but picked apart, the mids and highs are entangled in each other. The end result is a sound profile lacking sheen and richness. But it could totally work for you. Everyone's ears are different.

On the functionality front, the Moto Pulse continue to impress. It's impressive advertised battery life of 18 hours held true during my testing. I began using these the day they were announced and took note around the 16th hour that battery life still hovered around low-medium. They finally zapped out at around 19 hours of non-continuous use at various volume levels. Phone call quality is just fine, as is the microphone's ability to pick up my voice.

The Moto Pulse offer universal support, meaning that they can work with Android, as well as iOS and any tablets packed with Bluetooth capabilities. Additionally, their range reaches an impressive 60 feet, which is a larger distance than I usually stand from my phone. These signal from these cans operates distortion-free in my 35-foot long apartment through several walls.

Final verdict

The Moto Pulse are on a mission to include the most value possible into a set of on-ear headphones. And Moto triumphs by including Bluetooth, stellar battery life and universal controls in this $59 (about £37, AU$80) package.

The sound performance (save for the pulpy bass) doesn't measure up to what you'll find in the $59 Skullcandy Grind. However, on the whole, these are an easy recommendation if you're looking for a budgeted set of Bluetooth headphones that doesn't skimp out on features.

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Cameron is a writer at The Verge, focused on reviews, deals coverage, and news. He wrote for magazines and websites such as The Verge, TechRadar, Practical Photoshop, Polygon, Eater and Al Bawaba.

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Motorola Pulse Escape Wireless Over-Ear Headphones - White

Good sound, quite comfortable, long battery life

These are good headphones. They’re comfortable, have a long battery life and good sound quality. Great value for money and I’m hoping they will last longer than the cabled headphones I keep breaking every 6 months (so better for the environment and my wallet in the long run!). The only reason it’s not 5 stars all round is that they sometimes apply pressure to a piercing I have on my upper ear (I know, that’s my problem, not the headphones!) and there is a little sound bleed at higher volumes

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

Great sound

Great comfort with the padded headband and ear cups but as with most Motorola Phones controls are complicated as there are only three buttons on the right ear and they all do multiple things which don't always work when you want them too. I find taking them off to see what you're doing is the best idea but turning them off make sure your device is either shut down or you turn Bluetooth off or you may find yourself making a call to the last number you rang by accident. Otherwise great headphones.

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

Stylish and easy to use!

These headphones are great for day to day listening. They look stylish and feel comfortable. Setup was straight forward, I synced mine to my iPhone with no problems. As there is a built-in mic making phone calls is easy and works well with Siri. The audio quality has a good mid-section giving an overall colourful sound but does lack bass. You can change the EQ but I didn't notice any significant difference between each setting. Overall, these headphones are great for general listening purposes.

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

Brilliant!

This is my 4th headphones (others were not Motorola) as the rest have broken. Not heavy! They cover the whole of my ears so when I’m doing my uni work, it’s almost complete silence! I suffer from alopecia so things touching my scalp is very irritating but these are great as they fit comfortably on my ears and don’t touch my scalp. They fold to fit in my bag. Can be connected via wire or via Bluetooth. And the voice will tell you power on/off and will tell you which device/s are connected.

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

Decent headphones, but nothing special.

Good set of headphones with good build quality and comfort. However the bass is very lacking compared to other Bluetooth headphones at a similar or lower price which I have tested. Furthermore, the buttons are sometimes a struggle to press and they should add an auto turn off feature when the headphone's left disconnected for a while. Otherwise, it's about average but you can get much better for the same price, however the build quality on other headphones of this price range is not guaranteed.

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

It snapped off after taking it off & 2weeks of use

The product was comfortable on the ear and at times gave me an headache. The headache would disappear when I took it off. I am a novice to headphones but I did like the sound quality. Under 3 wks it snapped off when trying to take it off my head in the normal way I usually would. After not checking it, Argos claimed it was accidental damage rather than manufacturing quality. They said I should have brought accidental damage insurance rather than relying on product quality.Is this up selling?

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Had many but this one sticks out!

Got the Motorola escape headphones for going running so I can hear my audio books, they are very comfy on the ears and the sound quality is also very good. Battery life is also excellent, I was driving the other day and had them going for 6 hours straight and it still had % 40 power left that pops up on my phone screen to see what I have left. The grate thing that I didn't know it had was the phone call option which is very convenient when driving, robust as I've dropped them a few times. A+.

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Great for workouts

I've been searching for a long time for a good pair of headphones for my workout. None of my previous weren't good enough. They'll either fall off my ears or the sound is terrible. I've spent alot of money on my previous headphones but this one did everything that I wanted. My workouts are very High intensity, this stays on my head. Best part of it is that it has a deep bass line to keep you pumped throughout your workout. Battery life is excellent! For the price it's an excellent purchase.

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

Simple. Right out of the box.

I listen to music on the go regularly and these have quickly become my most frequently used headphones. Straight out of the box and pairing via Bluetooth you get excellent sound quality from these comfortable, well-made headphones. The padding on the headphones fit comfortably over the ears and also drown out noises going on around you. The control panel on the side of the headphones allows you to adjust volume. You can answer calls and use Siri! I could probably wear these all the time!

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

Good quality and descent sound too

These headphones connected easily to my Bluetooth and the sound quality is pretty decent for the price. There is a good bass they just miss some mid range on vocals. Sound isolation from outside noise is good, and even better my wife doesn't complain she can hear what I'm listening to :) They fit well on the head. It is nice you can connect via the included cable. Battery time is impressive too. I highly recommend these headphones, great value for money than spending 100's of pounds.

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

Brilliant sound quality and features

After using these headphones for watching movies, music and phone calls I can 100% say the sound quality is amazing. Easy to connect, just select the headphones on your Bluetooth list and off you go. The way you control your music from the headphones can be confusing with the double presses and combinations but I’m sure with more use I’ll become a pro! There’s no option or way to turn them off, until I realised they just turn off when your Bluetooth connection is turned off.

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Read my review . I'm happy .

Very impressed !!!! No messing these were supposed to be cheap and cheerful . And they are cheaper than most . When you put them on there comfortable enough so you can wear them for long enough to play a game for a couple of hours . And you'd be buying them for the sound quality and fact they are wireless so I can say that the battery life is pretty amazing for the money and you can go wired if need be . And the sound quality is amazing for the money . I got my son a pair as well !!!!

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nice headphones

These are decent headphones with a 10 hour play time and not long to charge back up, the sound is ok, just not very loud. They are nice and comfortable on the head and my ears fit nicely inside the cups, they are also nice and light so easy to forget you are wearing them, i like the fact that you can check battery life by pressing volume up and down together. They also fold well if you want to put them in a bag. altogether apart from the volume im very pleased with these headphones

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Love my practical headphones with quality sound

There's nothing I can complain about. These headphones are so practical when out and about, they fold up making it easier to put in your bag. They give a high quality of sound, fitting comfortably on your ears with an adjustable band to fit your head size. I've had headphones in the past that when they are on people around are able to hear which isn't great, but with these I don't have that problem. I would recommend this product they are an all round excellent quality product.

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Too warm for my ears..

Sound quality is very good, right amount of bass and other parameters. Talking about comfort, that's when it let me down, cos i'm a heavy user, it can become so warm over the ear that you have to take breaks. I had sores on the skin and scalp around my ears where the earmuffs had contact with. It never happened to my other branded headphones. I think it's the quality of the earmuff material and the tightness of the headphones itself that's not up to standard hence the low price.

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

Breaks too often otherwise good

Does consumer standard applyto music industry? Planned obsolescence surely. Bought and in two days, wireless, left ear dosent work (wired they're fine). I bought thinking wires broke them, not even been to gym (a reason I got) ,suddenly I have this. Argos gives insurance so better buying here. There's societal issue too cause maybe it's why every youth blasts music through speakers causing noise pollution? Cause every headphone breaks. How much to spend to avoid this? ??100?

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

Excellent for the money

Bought these to take on holiday and they surprised me, good battery life, charged up quickly and for the money, really good sound quality, didn't leak sound so was able to listen at quite high volume without disturbing others, bluetooth worked first time every time and no problems at all setting up. They're never going to be audiophile quality at this price but a great low cost alternative that still gives a good sound, are comfortable on your head and simple to use

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

Great overall performance and universal use!!

The sound quality was amazing and overall the bass produced from the headphones were great!! when connecting the headphones via Bluetooth it was very responsive and very easy to pair.. The controls on the side of he headphones were easy to understand, simple and blends in with the design nicely. They are comfortable for long travel, whether that being on the bus or on a plane. The headphones come with a jack to jack cable which is universal!! Works on every phone!!

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

Great quality for so little money.

Easy automatic connection and a lovely rich sound , that's exactly what you get here. I don't believe paying seven times this price would buy you headphones seven times better or even twice as good as these . Tech heads and hi fi buffs will have their own criteria but for the rest of us these are just great. Amazing battery life and a simple press and hold button switches the power on and off so its nice and easy for technophobes to operate. A great product.

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

Brilliant quality!

Bought for my daughter for Christmas, she loves them! They cancel out noise brilliantly, the sound quality is great, and the hybrid design (wired or wireless) is a godsend because she forgets to charge them! When they are charged the battery lasts a decent amount of time. She can use them for several hours in a day and they'll last a good few days. We really like the design, the high gloss white looks beautiful and they fold up so fit into her bag better.

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

Comfortable and good sound quality

As a spectacle wearer, I often have a problem with headphones. I bought these as they are over-ear rather than on-ear, and they have proven to be comfortable for long periods. The sound quality is great, though the EQ function does nothing. I'm not sure about the controls on the left ear surround, but they work fine. Haven't yet tested phone functions. On the whole, I'm very please with them. PS: they work brilliantly as wired phones as well as Bluetooth.

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

Not good but not bad. It just is....

I had to return the headphones after 2 days of purchase as it refused to turn off despite full charge. The replacement works fine now. It’s comfortable and easy to use. The only thing that massively lets it down is that they do not cancel out noise. Being on a tube is the worst esp if near open window; as you cannot hear your music even if turned to max volume. It also has this random beeping sound and the volume lowers and raises. Quite strange.

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

Excellent Value

These headphones are excellent for the price - they are comfortable and easily stored and carried. The sound quality is good - not Bose quality but good enough and the controls are easy to use. They can be used wirelessly or via a cable - I do both. The microphone quality is not amazing but it is useful in a budget way. I imagine that most users will have other devices but as a cheap alternative this is a very good product - highly recommended!

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

Great quality and very portable!

Love these new headphones! These are well built and good quality. It’s great how portable they are, and they also fold up small for travelling. Design is great and the controls placed in a convenient location, and you can also use them with Siri. Feels weird not having headphones connected to my phone - but good! Battery life holding well so far and also quick to charge. They’ve got plenty of padding so are very comfortable. Highly recommend!

Reviewed on Argos.co.uk

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