I'm going to start off by saying that I've owned and used an LG Tone+ almost every day for the last two years. That's my benchmark for this. I understand if you think it is biased to do so, but unfortunately it is what I compare any similar device to at this point. When I got this set out of the box, it did not feel like it was made out of high quality components. It felt a little flimsy and the buttons didn't seem entirely responsive. However, it turned on quickly, was easy to sync up, and all the buttons did work as they are supposed to.
As far as the sound quality goes, it is fine...but it definitely lays on the flat side. Nothing really stands out here and I wasn't at all blown away. I will say that for the sub $30 range (at time of writing) these are good for those who work outside or are active. If you don't want to spend a lot of money and if you're not worried about a head set breaking (from whatever activities you're doing, not due to the product itself) this is definitely what you're looking for.
Overall, these headphones are decent for the price. They have no problems taking and receiving calls, but up against the LG Tone+ the comparison isn't even fair. If you want something that sounds better and has longer life, look elsewhere. If you want something that isn't pricey and will get the job done with no worries of breaking them? This will work for you. Although I received this product in exchange for an honest review, all opinions expressed are my own and reflect my personal experience with this product. Feel free to ask me questions about this review and I'll respond within 24 hours. I hope my opinions help to enhance your purchasing experience!
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