Summary: They kept wanting to twist on my head when I first got them and it was really pinching one of my ears. I bent the back plastic to make it a little forgiving and that fixed the problem. Maybe I've just got a big head.
Pros: I bought these so I could listen to music at my desk and still hear things happening around me. (phone ringing, somebody trying to talk to me behind me, etc).
Cons: Once or twice a day they will lose connection to my phone that's only 1 meter away on a stand. They reconnect almost instantly, but it does break my concentration momentarily. The buttons on the right ear are sometimes hard to find. I'd rather have them be individual buttons instead of that whole piece of plastic flexing.
Summary: I'd definitely suggest these to others, and have. I was pretty turned off to Motorola for a long time via another product of theirs I owned, but this brought me back. My experience with these headphones is that they've been a good quality product and I'd definitely consider buying another pair if / when these eventually wear out.
Pros: I'e owned these headphones since about the middle of 2011 and they've held up very well. I use them daily when I work out, and when I'm out on my bicycle. The sound is fantastic, one of the best bluetooth headsets I've had. Could you do better, sure. But for the $40 I spent on these when I got them, you'd be pretty hard pressed to. I've had people hand me $100 pairs of headphones that aren't as good, or are so clunky to wear you don't want to. Battery life is also pre...
Cons: The only thing I've had go wrong with these things since I got them is the right earphone has gotten a little loose. But not so as to cause me fear of it falling off.
Summary: I'm just here checking to see if they are still available. I've had these for around 3 years, so I'm expecting the battery to die before too long (no sign of it yet). Still lasts over 8 hours. I hope Moto didn't cost reduce the new ones.
Pros: Still well priced (I've seen them as low as $25). Sound quality adequate. Battery life good. Comfortable (even after being bent / re-bent). Good range. Tolerates plenty of sweat. Stays in place. Controls become natural in no time. Easy pairing.
Summary: Of all wireless stereo headphones. These are the best. The sound Isn't Like Bose or Beats. But they are lightweight and extremely comfortable to wear for long periods of time.also they are cheap meaning you can get more if you break them by dropping (they can take few drops).
Summary: Look, these are cheap headphones, and I understand they're selling for even less now. You get what you pay for. As with any cheap product, you're taking a gamble. Will I buy another set of discount bluetooth headphones, maybe. Will I complain if they break, maybe. If these headphones didn't break, I might have given them 3 stars, but they did break.
Pros: Cheap bluetooth headphones with a "mid" ear cuff. Purchased for bluetooth and the behind-the-neck design. To be fair, they were comfortable and, if I desired, loud. Also, I purchased on sale, so cheap for a pair of bluetooth headphones.
Cons: One ear cup stopped working within 1 week. At first it would crackle, but then stopped producing sound all together. At the end of the day, if the product doesn't work, fit and style don't matter. The button "pad" was loose and rattled if I was walking quickly. Pairing indicators (lights and sounds) in the ear cups were "cheap". Just a barely audible tick rather than some sort of sound designed audio queue. Mic sounded muffled to others on phone calls. Oh, and BEWARE ...
Summary: I really want to get another pair of these, but it seems others who got the same performance as I did bought some from the same batch half a decade ago, and since then Moto had some quality issues I guess. I think I deserve a free pair for hanging on for so long as a thank you gesture, or at least give me a nice coupon code or something? :D By the way, the one's I ordered back in 09 are at http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?
Pros: Lets see here... 1. packed them tight in luggage 2. thrown across a room/ into a wall. 3. dropped countless times 4. worn during hot lawn mowing sessions countless times 5. running sessions countless times 6. fell in the toilet and survived a soap/lysol bath to sanitize! I was almost certain they would have tanked from that but nope. and that was 3 years ago! 7...etc. Wholely disrespected these things, and they just bounced back. Sitting on them but then just bending ...
Cons: I have no idea why now, probably just the amount of use from it, but the play/pause button is on its way out now. requires a press and hold action now, followed by a quick press when I hear the first beep. :P So no super quick pauses or plays anymore.
Summary: If they were a bit more durable things would be fine. Newegg shouldn't sell these at all. One my fourth purchase I bought the Motorola S10-HD. Though it is not as comfortable, it is definitely more durable, I've had it for more than a year with little to no ware and tare (or at least nothing a little crazy glue couldn't fix)
Pros: Decent Sound Quality
Cons: Very fragile. I've owned three pairs all of which broke in less than a year. Motorola support is also 100% useless and are no help what so ever.