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Product information

Headset (integrated/enclosed microphone)
Yes
Earpiece design
In ear
Attachment type
Earloop/Ear conch
Wireless
No
Available colours
Black, White, Grey, Blue, Red, Yellow, Orange, Green
Buttons
Play/Pause, Next song, Previous song, Volume, Keyguard, Answer button

General

Acoustic design
Closed
Buttons
Play/Pause, Next song, Previous song, Volume, Keyguard, Answer button
Driver technology
Dynamic
Earpiece design
In ear
Type
Stereo 2.0

Connectors

Other connectors
USB
No
Wired
Yes
Cord length
53.3 cm
Type of connector
3.5mm
Wireless
No

Design

Attachment type
Earloop/Ear conch
Available colours
Black, White, Grey, Blue, Red, Yellow, Orange, Green

Dimensions

Driver size
Weight
17.86 g

Features

Features
FM radio, Interchangeable ear cushions, Buttons/controls adapted for iPhone, Clips, Intended for sports use

Audio features

Frequency range
Headset (integrated/enclosed microphone)
Yes
Impedance
Power handling capacity
Sensitivity

Power supply

Battery operated
No

Miscellaneous

Release year
2014

Links

Reviews

4 of 5 stars

Based on 3 reviews

Miltex
2015-08-25
Very pleased with these headphones! Has previously run the Bose MIE2i, which I was really pleased with. Chose sports variant to have them regardless of the weather, and that the storage bag was smooth. Bought while a pair of silicone tips for Silent Comfort headphones, this then several previous recomended this, which also I can do, is clearly better pressure in the headphones with them! + Really good sound, much louder than MIE2i! + Good build quality + slim case + iPhone controls on the cord -Would Have liked to have angled connector on MIE2i
Chill SWE
2015-06-12
Will try to give you a little review of these headphones versus Jaybird Blue Buds X I was looking for an IE (in-ear) -lur which was primarily designed for training, thus: - Good fit (which is beautiful and that stays in the ear at the activity) - Sweat / liquid resistant - Hands with key pad adapted for my phone (my case Apple) I bought then home both pairs and tested them parallel to each other (at the gym with free weights and treadmills). Fit: You lost Jaybird, even if the BOSE is the second best of all handsets I've tried so far. Jaybird have more adjustment options than the Bose. You can in addition choose among 3 different sizes of plugs also choose from three pieces of different sizes on the "wings" to help keep headphones in place. BOSE has only 3 pieces fixed shaped plugs to choose from (S, M, L). (However, reading that you can buy to other variants that suit BOSE). Audio: Here disappear BOSE, however, noticed that almost only when I hold the headphones in place with a pressure in the ear, but as soon as I release them so they slide out of position a little and lose there with that extra pressure as they has against the Jaybird. Jaybird and the other side is so good all the time that you hardly notice any difference in sound when you apply pressure to the ears. Functionality: Here it is very similar. This depends a lot on what you personally prefer, like so much else! But thanks to the wireless super simple solution with rechargeable battery and Bluetooth pairing with your smartphone, I prefer anyway Jaybird. Raise, lower and answer button works really well! BOSE is also really handy! Has the same features but as I said cord instead of the battery and Bluetooth. However, it is barely noticeable that they have a lead and I personally think they are much better looking than Jaybird! Also tested the hands-free function of the two. The people I talked on the phone with experienced better sound when I used BOSE headphones. Less noise from the surroundings and clearer voice transmission, (may be due in part to the mic closer to your mouth with the BOSE than Jaybird is when they normally sit) Conclusion: The choice for me fell on Jaybird, for the simple reason that there are the only handsets that have never gone out of my ears when using! Otherwise, both the headphones and disadvantages that make them very equal. A hot tip is to make sure to test the headphones regardless of what you plan to buy, as I said, everyone has their own preferences.
mavve
2015-01-18
First impressions: Sitting really good. Certainly, the comparison is Apple's bundled lurking that I used before, but they are really nice. Tested at running. Cost one star from full marks because I thought it could be something more powerful bass with club music. Updating after more usage. Update: Tested to switch to another size of the included plugs and it did sound better and the base is as it should! Tops up, now it became a 10. Recommended! Update 2: Switched to StayHear + -snäckor after reading a tip that lifted the sound. Became clear positive surprise - now "hitting" the base when training the music starts, clear difference;-)!