Summary: I've bought several pairs of these headphones. When they work, there's nothing better for running. I don't know if it's sweat, rain, or just heavy use, but they inevitably cr*p out. Sometimes I get almost a year out of them, sometimes just a few months, sometimes just a week. I know I should stop it but I just can't quit these d*mn things. They're less worse than all the alternatives I've tried.
Pros: Great for running.
Cons: Buttons stop working after a few months (sometimes weeks or just days) of heavy use. They also pinch a little bit, but you get used to it.
Summary: They will do the job. These are for going to the gym and not having to worry about accessing my phone to change tracks, and of course to cut the cord. However, they are lacking in the base response department, and they are not loud enough for me to get excited about. I was expecting the base to be a little less then the Apple supplied speakers. They are really good for there size. Just not for practical gym use or being very active.
Pros: Small, fits well. Light weight enough for me. Different size ear plug cushions fit my ear fine.
Cons: Not loud enough. I know I may not be the norm on this. But, I got these to replace my use of the iPhone 5 supplied ear buds. Those things sound WAY better then these. MUCH better base response, and louder volume when you want it. These are not very loud at all. They are "ok" loud, but not loud enough for my tastes.
problem with bluetooth but has got good sound quality
1 March 2013
Summary: The product is really good, its sleek and very handy to carry.The sound quality is good too The only problem is the battery life, my headset gets drained off its entire charge in 5 hrs. I wish it could last atleast 8-10hrs so that i dont have ti charge it everyday. Another problem is with the bluetooth, if connect to my iphone, and then switch my iphone's bluetooth off and switch on my itouch's bluetooth, it does not connect to my itouch.
Mediocre sound, uncomfortable the wireless in the only practical thing.,
6 February 2013
Summary: I liked the idea of using a wireless headphone while working out. As it turns out the S10-HD are uncomfortable to wear. One can not tilt one's head backward. The sound is not the best either. The base response is minimal. The controls on the head piece are difficult to manage. Battery life is good. I like the idea of the headphones being water resistant. I've bought them used at a great price but I really was expecting more from Motorola.
Summary: I may try a different brand just because of the quality. I want to enjoy what I'm listening to.
Pros: I own it for about two months. The battery life is very good. I run 15-20miles a week and been charging it weekly. I have used it for up to an hour and it feels comfortable around my ears.
Cons: The audio quality is terrible. I know some people compare it with the wired Dr. Dre headphones and this is not a good comparison but I think I can find a $10 headphones that sounds better than this one. Motorola could have do a better job on this. I will have giving a 5 Egg but they drop it big in audio quality. Bass\Treble are not good at all!
Summary: Comfortable is definitely not a word I would use to describe these. They function very well, they're durable, and they're wearable for a decent length run. These may be more comfortable for people with smaller heads but a lack of flexibility in the design makes them rather uncomfortable for a larger size head.
Pros: They sound good They transition between music and calls well They are very durable
Cons: Not comfortable unless you have a head perfectly shaped for the design