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Can anybody confirm if these also act as a heart rate monitor with the Motoactv like the SF500 and SF700?
***edit*** nevermind, looks like the SF500 and SF700 never shipped and are now pretty much vaporware. HR earbud technology is still apparently not ready for market.
According to reviews, they last around 5 - 5.5 hours on a charge.
pretty mixed reviews
I've got the same question with these as the ones a few days ago: what is the fit like with glasses? It looks like they'd interfere with anything behind your ear.
Word of warning, they may say "Sport" headphones, but the pair that I had shorted out after 10 minutes of running. Be careful with these.
Amazon $76.99, (vs. $59.99 tonight) 80 reviews, 3 stars:
Best Buy $129.99, 2.7 stars, 38 reviews
Product help site:
with user guide--click to get pdf
and experience guide--click to get pdf
All I know about bluetooth headphones, is that I checked the discussion comments on a previous sale, and found someone suggesting the LG Tones. I ended up getting those, and they are fantastic.
I noticed a review on Amazon indicated they won't work with glasses. The general consensus seems to be that they are awesome but won't handle sweat at all without shorting out.
I have these headphones and love them. Used them for about a year now they have probably 400 miles on them. I also have the jay bird freedom as well. The Jaybirds sound a bit better but I prefer the fit of these.
I wish these had come up before the S10-HD a few weeks ago.
I despise the solid block on the back of those and will never buy another set like that.
Wireless headphones that are connected with a wire!
I received these as a Christmas present. I did read the reviews before I ask for them. They do have good range, even through one wall. If you get two wall between you and your source the headphones will lose the connection. Make sure you turn off the headphones when not using or your batter will be run down. I have not had any problems with them cutting out during a workout. Hope this helps.
I have owned the S-9 and S-10 models. Motorola does a decent job, but these will all die after 12-18 months of heavy use and sweat. I have seen many complaints in my research on these that they are not well sealed. My thoughts here would be to pass on this first batch until they fix the waterproofing issue and the price comes down under $50.
mrellimist wrote:All I know about bluetooth headphones, is that I checked the discussion comments on a previous sale, and found someone suggesting the LG Tones. I ended up getting those, and they are fantastic.
I just returned a pair of LG Tones to Newegg after opening the package to find a slip of paper warning that they contain chemicals known to the state of California to cause Cancer, Birth Defects, and Infertility. And to wash hands after each handling. I think I'll just hum to myself while I work out.