Summary: By Harkanwar Anand Functions pretty well, you can listen to music wireless-ly, also can tune-in to radio on the phone, compatible with all the phones including the iPhone4s. A little uncomfortable on the ears when you wear it for substantial amount of time. The body is pretty hard which cause discomfort to wear it after sometime. Music quality is good, for a wireless headset. Also acts as a bluetooth call device. Great to use when working out in the gym, biking.
Summary: By t.g. randini I used these for listening to music while i was jogging and found the earpieces to be rather uncomfortable because they seemed to go a bit too far into my ear. In addition, the music seemed unbalanced... not enough bass compared to the treble. Phone calls sounded okay and my callers heard me pretty well but I was mostly interested in this unit for jogging because of the headset. I'd probably go on looking for a better unit... sound and comfort-wise.
Summary: By bstew22 I just got these today. So, let's get to it. First: These are uncormfortable headphones. I have a pair of Skullcandy headphones ($10 on amazon, and I also have a koss pair) that are (while not bluetooth) infinitely more comfortable to wear over an extended period of time. The headphones take quite a while to manipulate to get comfortable. The piece that goes around your head is a bendable wire, it allows you to conform it to your ears/head.
Summary: By Nick Alec These are decent headphones for an unusually high price in my opinion. Some things I want to point out about these: 1. These headphones really go deep into your ear. If normal earphones annoy you then most definitely do NOT get these. 2. They are really flexible (the band that connects the 2 earpieces). Flexibility is good but this is too much. It should've had so rigidity. I didnt like it but those looking for something flexible might want to consider this.
Summary: By psi These wireless headphones are middle of the road usefull, the coil in the headband seems to slip a lot making them come off of your ears. aside from feeling loose you get excellent sound but at the expense of feeling that they would fall off.
Durable and easy to take with you but uncomfortable in the ears
11 January 2012
Summary: By T. Anderson The Creative WP-250 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones are really easy to take with you. The flexible band between the two earpieces reduces the bulk and allows the headphones to slip into relatively small spaces. The flexibility also makes them durable and I'm not worried they will break if I tuck them into a tight spot in my bag. The controls on the right earpiece are very intuitive and easy to operate.
Summary: By A. Burke These are a very interesting set of headphones, and their uniqueness has its pros and cons. First I should point out that the sound quality is excellent. Of course you're not going to get the deep base of bigger models, but they are excellent quality for earbud-style headphones. The mic also seems to work pretty well. However, the downside is comfortability.
Summary: By Trevor Goodchild These headphones sound far better than say the Motorola S10-HD, but not quite as good as LG HBS-700. The bluetooth headset profile is relatively low bandwidth, so you shouldn't expect audiophile quality regardless, but they're fine for everyday listening. Battery life is reasonable and comparable to other sets-- they all use the same chips inside.
Summary: By Abe Vigoda "part-time inventor" Pros: 1- Good clean sound 2- Nice bass response 3- Fast Bluetooth pairing Cons: 1- The weight of these headphones rests upon your ear canal which becomes uncomfortable after an hour. 2- Too bulky to use discreetly or to wear a hat over. 3- Control buttons are very small. Hope this helps.
Good on the go but there are better sets for long use
4 January 2012
Summary: By StevenJM "stevenjm" Creative's WP 350 Wireless Headphones are a nice set for someone on the go. But as a set for constant use better ones can be found. The attachments to the ear are a bit awkward and become uncomfortable after extended use. The controls are not convenient. On and off is easy enough but the controls that allow control of volume and control of music (fast forward, etc.) are small and can be difficult to use.