Summary: Great for the price if you got the rebate card.
Pros: They sound great and are light. Fit in my ear well.
Cons: After a month the indicator light stopped working so they don't say when they are charging or charged when plugged in. I have to connect them to the phone to hear battery level. Of course it is after the 30 return period.
Pros: The sound quality is very good, the headet is comfortable to wear compared to others, very light and portable, water resistant and the battery life is decent. I've worn these several times on long bike rides and while cutting my grass on my lawn tractor. They've worked better than I expected. I'm...
Cons: It takes a few trials to of the different sized ear buds to get a good fit and seal so don't get disappointed if the first size does not fit comfortably.
Summary: I was so excited when I first got this headset because I am tired of wires getting in my way during my workouts. When I tried it at home, it was easy to pair and I was impressed with the sound quality. But once I used it at the gym, reality set in.
Pros: Good sound quality
Cons: Doesn't stay in my ears, especially when sweating or running (bouncing up and down) Occasional static/brief disconnects Died after 6 weeks of use
Summary: It's hard to recommend these headsets for use while exercising, which at least for me represents most of the time that I would use them.
Pros: I have been wanting a BT headset for several years, but never wanted to spend a lot of money for it. When I saw these on sale, I quickly picked up a set. The fit is good and lightweight. The BT connectivity is fine for the most part, although I do get occasional glitches in the reception on some ...
Cons: This headset is prone to malfunctioning with sweat. I purchased these to wear during workouts. The flimsy rubber cover for the USB charging port doesn't completely seal off that port, allowing moisture to get in. If this happens, then the headsets short out and stop working. I thought they were b...
Pros: Wow, there are a lot of bad reviews for this thing, but personally I feel these headphones are pretty good. I use them for my morning walk when I listen to audiobooks or watch youtube videos on a tred mill and don't want to bother with cables with my phone. I also use them on my computer when I f...
Cons: The volume up/down buttons on the headphones are difficult to press. You need to brace the headphones with a finger and press hard to change the volume, making 1 handed use a little more difficult, but it's still MUCH better than the horrible ones I had before. This the final con, and the reason ...
Summary: Sound quality was wonderful. I have the S9's and this was a great improvement. I'm just devastated that they don't stay attached.
Pros: Sound quality and for that they get two eggs.
Cons: They do not stay on the ear when using during exercise. I was riding my mountain bike with them and I had to stop every couple of minutes to reattach. After 30 minutes of use I took them off as I was tired of stopping. It may just be my ears but I'm very disappointed
Cons: There are many ear tips included with this headset, but I can't get any of them to stay nicely in my ear (mostly my left ear). Its completely annoying and I'm constantly fiddling with them. I can't recommend these.
Summary: I've been through one S9, four S10 (last one under warranty). Unfortunately, Motorola seems to be building worse and worse products. My S9 lasted almost two years, the S10s about two months each before buttons stopped working.
Pros: Fits well, pairs easily reasonably good sound. Easier to wear under a bike helmet and with riding glasses than the more rigid SD-9 and S10.
Cons: Tactile feedback on buttons is so bad that it is almost impossible to operate this headset while wearing it. I normally use a headset when trail riding, and this unit is a massive step backwards from the usability of the S9-HD and S10-HD. What a disappointment!