Today, I am reviewing the Bose wireless earbuds for anyone out there that needs a good pair of headphones.
If you are between a few choices, perhaps this review may help you make up your mind.
I’ll start with the good and then we’ll go into the not-so-good details of it.
So…Bose — you automatically expect it to be great quality, right? Well, yes it is pretty great. BOSE makes superb audio quality and great products. The audio is, therefore, really great. They are sweat and waterproof. They also come with small, medium, and large, ear tips — which is great to find the one that fits you best. The battery life is about 5-6 hours. When you need to charge them, it is with a USB cable, which is pretty easy these days to find a place to plug it in.
This particular product didn’t completely disappoint, although, it does have a lot of room for improvements. If you are a runner, this probably isn’t for you. The wind noise is pretty disturbing. Once you put it on, it does block your other surrounding sounds, which kind of bothers me, but that is a personal preference. I also kind of wish it had speakers to be able to take calls on your phone. It’s a bit of a hassle to take off the headphones, then change the setting to phone before you can actually take the call. It also is pretty bulky and not really a good look. I would’ve expected a more sleek and an easier headphones to carry around.
Overall, I am happy with it going to the gym where I don’t have to worry about having something attached to my phone. In that sense, it makes it much easier, and the audio is better than the headphone iPhone’s come with. The price point of $150 is not so bad compared to Beats. I got mine from Amazon, which was pretty convenient. I’ve been using mine for about 3 months and so far so good. I will give you an update, if anything changes.
Thanks for reading.