Summary: I got these headphone specifically for use at the gym, but they weren't the best purchase. Couple of things you need to know before you buy: - The actual earpiece is square and hard, even with the cover on, and this means it doesn't have a comfortable fit.
Summary: So I bought these for use when running and cycling since ear buds never seem to stay in. When I bought them the device I was pairing with was my Samsung Galaxy S2. The bluetooth connected just fine but when playing music the sound dropped after about 5mins. Everything seemed perfect for voice calls.
Summary: I thought I was just charging my headphones badly- but having a second pair over the past few months, it is now clear that the headphone batteries are very poor quality. Mine have been used little but have just died on me again. To be fair, they were quickly replaced by Amazon.
Summary: These headphones have some positives but are weighed down by negative points too. Positives: - Wireless: this is definitely the future and is a hugely great selling point. It makes a massive difference not having cables hanging everywhere and would be hard to go back.
Summary: They get a 2 star coz they do sound awesome and came fully charged out of the box. The headband is fairly comfy although not quite as the similar Jabra set. However, the Jaybirds have a stronger spring in the band and thus are definately more secure for outdoor pursuits. For me that means cycling.
Summary: I used this on my laptop, it can be paired easily and I like its style actually. However, the sound is not loud enough and it is a little noisy, and it seems u can not control it on the headphone. But I haven't connect this to my mobile yet, so i don't know how will it work on iphone.