Excerpt: This unit is very simple to setup, enjoyable to use and has a good battery life. I like having the control to my smart phone music while the phone itself is in my bag. The unit even has a display of what song is playing and can tune into local radio stations. The headphones are short because it is expected that you will be clipping the unit to your shirt, but you can add any headphones you want, so that's the most minimal of concerns.
Pros: Durable, Easy to use, Lightweight, Long Battery Life, Radio Tuning
Cons: No built-in microphone, Short Headphone Cable
Excerpt: I bought this to use with my Sony Xperia Z2. I also picked up the SBH52. The latter device is a bit bigger and can act as a handset for the phone. I like both but prefer the extra functionality of the 52. The SBH50 is plastic and I do worry about the strength of the shirt clip over time. Thusfar however it has worked fine. The Sound coming from the headset is quite good. I've used it both at home and when out for long, fast walks and I've been consistently impressed.
Pros: Easy Controls, Good Sound Quality, Lightweight
Excerpt: This is what I have been looking for. Good battery life. I get about 4 hours watching movies on my MAC. The FM radio feature is nice, but I wish there were presets to store stations. Another nice feature is being able to use any headset you want.
Excerpt: If you want a good portable radio receiver, I would definitely recommend this product. It support European radio frequencies as well. Works with iPhone as well as Android. Sound quality is similar to other BT earphones. One can use his own earphones as well (although included earphones are OK).
Excerpt: I purchased this product primarility to listen to mp3s loaded on my phone. I typically run in the gym and didn't want to be tethered to a big phone while on the treadmill. This unit clips nicely to my shorts and i hardly notice its there at all. on the "con" side the buttons are touchy. Its best left alone once its playing. I have found that trying to switch to radio mode while running isn't the easiest thing to do. Also no instruction manual was included.