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...
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.
Summary: LG makes a similar brand that works amazingly. I can leave my phone playing and walk all over the house without any compromise in audio quality. Ultimately, I still prefer these because I hate how the LG ones go in your ear. I've also used the Motorola S9 headphones.
Pros: When, working properly, the sound is decent. Very comfortable for short periods of time. Pretty stable on your heard when working out.
Cons: The band really starts to pinch after wearing it for any extended period of time. Cheap construction means they will probably break easily. Forget about switching between multiple devices. To switch from my Iphone to my laptop I have to turn off Bluetooth on my Iphone, turn of the headset, and th...
Summary: If you're really gentle with your gadgets, you might be ok with this, but I'd still recommend a different one.
Pros: I got these because they are cheap bluetooth headphones that work well at the gym. They do work well at the gym. They are reasonably comfortable, sound decent, and have good range.
Cons: They don't last long. In the year since I got them, I've RMA'd them twice. The first time, one of the volume buttons stopped working, the second time it was the power button. There is a design flaw with this headset, and I would not buy them again.
Summary: I have two pair of these, and both did the same thing. After months of using them, they just stopped working and won't turn on. I've charged them, and nothing. My best guess is the sweat from working out gets inside them and shorts it out.
Pros: Bluetooth, wireless, sound quality is decent, good battery life
Cons: sometimes have issues connecting after pairing w/ device. Power-off unexpectedly when starting up. Apparently not made for extreme fitness users.
Summary: I buy headphones for the sound. The techy features are cool, but if the sound is not good, then the value is lost in my opinion. You may think I'm being too critical, but if you buy them, you will see for yourself. I'm going to see how much it will cost me to return them. :>(
Pros: Features are cool with being able to control your Media player or phone from buttons on the headset.
Cons: Sound is mediocre at best. Bass is almost non-existent, Treble is flat with no crisp highs. I have a cheap little pair of corded headphones that blow these away. Pitch of music actually changes if signal is weak or interupted. This is very annoying if you have a musicall ear. Makes you feel like ...
Summary: The Motorola website has plenty of product information to help you decide to purchase the headphones, but nothing for troubleshooting problems. I bought these here at NewEgg, I should contact them too.
Pros: Price, sound quality, bass, comfort, long battery life, great Bluetooth range
Cons: After using them nearly every day for a week, this morning the headphones stopped working and I can't get them to restart. I was willing to think I drained the battery, but when I plug them into the charger, the headphone LED immediately blinks red. I'm going to have to call Motorola about this.
Summary: Before anyone purchases this product, please note Motorola first made this product in 2010. I purchased a pair when I used to live in USA. It cost about $35 then and were the cheapest best thing available. After one year of use the protection around the earphones went awry.
Summary: The item ceased to work as colder weather came. I suspect that some part shrink in the cold and cut the power off. It comes back if I plug the headphones for while or leave it indoor for a few minutes.