These are hands down the best Bluetooth headphones
5 October 2012
Summary: Take the bad reviews about this product with a grain of salt. I read the reviews but I am always scepticle about Cnet reviews because, lets face it Cnet is about as biased as they come.
Pros: 1. Incredible sound 2. longevity of battery. 3. No strings to hold you down 4. solid construction and intuitive design 5. great fit when using the right size ear pads 6. don't read the user review that gave this product one star, that user is dumb
Cons: The ear pads that came with the Backbeat Go are useless. If you have a pair of Klipsch s4's or s4i's or s4A's use the pads that came with them that fit you the best. I did that and these things stay in and have amazing sound quality.
Summary: After trying different types of bluetooth headset (on-ear, clip-on w/ in-ear headset), this becomes my best choice; I don't like the on-ear type as I'm a glasses-wearer, and I find so so with clip on w/ headset cos I keep messing up the cables...
Pros: Simple, light & Stylish, Android app for battery monitor, no-loss easy BT connection and no cable mess up...
Cons: If you don't like in-ear headset, don't go for it.
Summary: I got it last month, it works more than I expected.. I usually wear it in the gym, even we can connect all Kinda blutouth devices.. I use iPhone, Samsung, Lenovo tab, and Lenovo laptop... Love it..:-)
Summary: Siamo qui oggi a recensire un altro prodotto caro a noi sportivi, questo paio di cuffie plantronics backbeat go. Queste cuffie le ho da un po' di tempo ma solo da qualche mese le ho iniziate ad usare con continuità, in quanto prima le vedevo troppo delicato per fare sport.