Excerpt: Very comfortable. Very good sound. A little pricey vs other BT Headphones I have. The longevity will tell - but so far worth the extra $$$. BIG PLUS - Easily replaceable battery pack for those long plane rides.
Summary: Nice headphones, nice price. A bit fiddly charging the battery. Fidelity wise very good and an improvement on my last sennheiser phones. Major minus though is that it is not supplied with a spare battery and they are only available from limited sources at an extortionate price. Pity this was not made clearer on the advert. Sennheisser seem to be the only suppliers and charge through the nose for them. How can a tiny battery ever be worth £40...I could buy a tv for that.
Summary: I have been on the hunt for "the ones" (being ideal audio/BT headphones) for quite some weeks. I've got close but something lets the cans down and they go back. I really thought these ticked all the boxes, but yet again after a week or so they fell down and also went back. I can fully understand though that they will tick the boxes for a lot of people.
Summary: "I bought these headphones with vouchers with the idea of purchasing a set of high quality headphones for travelling and recreational use. The headphones themselves are comfortable, but are slightly too small to cover my ears properly without hurting after a bit of use. This is a bit of a downside for me. The Bluetooth wireless functionality was what drew me to these ones as I didn't want to have to mess about with wires.
Summary: The sound quality is good enough for me, but I am not an expert. They talk by bluetooth to my iphone 5 (but not my 2013 11" MacBook air :-( even though it claims to have Apt-X Codec). The built in mic works great with the phone in doors but picks up a lot of ambient noise outside so much so that people on the other end of the phone call complain, Also the mic only seems to work via bluetooth the cable connection only carries headphones to the Macbook and not full headset...
Summary: Very well build product but just simply not loud enough. I have them up full and i still feel i want to go a bit louder but i cant. My friend brought some for 50 pounds, similar looking and bluetooth and they are really loud! Whilst its nice to have good sound, i do like my music to be loud. Not ear deafening loud, but just louder than these, they lack ooomph!
Summary: I wanted some bluetooth headphones for commuting, as I was sick of untangling my headphones every time I wanted to to listen to or watch something. After a bit of reading around, I thought I'd try these as they were a bit cheaper than some of the other. Glad I did. Build wise, they're quite solid and come with a soft case. The ear bits fold upwards to reduce the size a bit for storage, although they're still quite big.
Summary: Design : 9/10 - Not the best looking but functional. Feel sturdy and controls are easy to use. Good nautural noise isolation. A bit plus for me is that sound leakage is very low, very impressed up to about 80% volume when some begins to escape (audible from a foot away) Comfort : 8/10 - Fit over my ears fine. Good amount of grip and ear cups are soft. Have used for continuous two hours without discomfort. Wireless : 9/10 - Pairs well.
Summary: These may not be the sexiest looking headphones out there, but they might be the best designed. They are almost entirely black plastic with no fancy wood or alloy bits, but build quality still feels excellent. They fold up easily and the controls are intuitive. The apt-x codec sounds better than the older bluetooth A2DP one, and also has less delay so lip-sync is much better when watching movies (But you will only get this benefit if your phone or mp3 player also...