Summary: They are not like My TDKs, but those are $200+ headphones. Price$28+Bluetooth+Quality=Great buy
Pros: I got them for a steal at $28.00 and no shipping. At that price they are hard to beat. Because they are Refurbs no manual, traveling pouch or proper boxing. Once you go to the web and get the manual it is easy to setup, but a little weird to figure out the button combos for the advance options. S...
Cons: No Manual, needed to visit the site for instructions. It only works for one device at one time. I wish it could be setup up on the phone and tablet at the same time. If there is a way I did not see it in the manual or site. I know I got them cheap, but a box and pouch would have been great. Optio...
Summary: They are comfortable for an hour, but after that they put a little too much pressure on my ears. Maybe they will loosen up with time. I made one phone call with them just to be sure the mic worked, but that was not my purpose purchasing them.
Pros: Works well with good volume. Paired quickly with two tablets and an old phone. I use them watching netflix while exercising. Sound quality is very good for price. Overall I'm very happy with them.
Cons: The price went down $7 after I bought them. No instructions with the refurb packaging. They could be a little more comfortable.
Pros: First one I bought left side would go in and out. RMA'd it for replacement. I liked it and the price and bought another for my wife. It was 35 at the time. Don't pay 53 for refurb, You can get it brand new, non-refurbed from elsewhere for 48.
Creative WP-350 Acceptable performance and comfort.
21 August 2012
Summary: By M. Singh I've had the Creative Wp-350 for a month now. I'm using it mostly with my ipad to stream Spotify radio while working. It is over ear so it doesn't completely cover my ears, just rests on them. They are not very comfortable for prolonged usage which may be a good thing.
Summary: By Debra Hamel I've used the Creative Labs WP-350 Pure Wireless Bluetooth Headphones with Invisible Mic for a couple of weeks now on my iPod Touch. I don't have an iPhone, so I have had no occasion to use the phone controls, nor have I used the invisible mic.
Summary: By Derek Peng I was initially sceptical about this set of wireless headphones by Creative but it later turned out to be a gem. The headphones come with an initial charge and you can easily take it out of the box and pair with your smart phone.
Summary: Bought these headphones after reading many of the reviews on Amazon. Have to say I am very impressed. My primary use is listening to audiobooks, and these phones do a great job. Battery life is good and they are comfortable for quite some time.
Summary: After spending most of the last 12 months or so using a pair of Sony NC-22's wired headphones, I started to tire with having wires that seem to knot themselves together on a very frequent basis!
Very nice, work well, sound great, long battery life.
Clashcity Rocker, Amazon
29 January 2012
Summary: Been using these with a couple of different Android smartphones (a HTC Legend and a XPeria Arc S) and an Android Honeycomb tabler (Asus Transformer) all with onboard Bluetooth supporting A2DP and AVRCP.