Bluedio H+ Wireless Bluetooth Headset with Mic £15.91 delivered @ Gearbest
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Bluedio H+ Wireless Bluetooth Headset with Mic £15.91 delivered @ Gearbest

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Found 23rd Jun 2017
Reviews are great and at just £15.91, they are really good value for money!


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Main Features:
Iconic powerful bass resonance of Bluedio: 57mm ultra-large dynamic drivers, with the iconic Bluedio surging low-frequency shock, let you feel the bass resonate deep in the chest, enjoying the best sound quality. Clear and transparent bass, mids and treble, fully exposed to all the details of song, you can hear what the artists really want you to hear, Coldplay or Linkin Park concert played in your ear
Ultra-long operation and carefree calling from Bluetooth 4.1: With robust high speed CPU of Bluetooth 4.1 operating system, comes with ultra-long using of 40 hours music, 45 hours talk and 1625 hours (approximately 67 days) standby time, the same battery, decrease up to 40% power consumption compare to Bluetooth 4.0. Acoustic echo cancellation and noise reduction effectively reduce ambient noise while talking, make far-end listener cannot hear what you said become history, just like talking face to face
Micro SD card music supported: Support Micro SD / TF card up to 32GB
Customized functio
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Audio Sharing allows you to connect to another H headphone via an audio cable, share music feast with your friends instantly (recommended to use headphones with impedance of 32Ω or higher) Simultaneously connect two Bluetooth devices, connects with your phone and tablet seamlessly, listen to music or enjoy foreign blockbusters, do as you think about it
Comfortable wearing: Custom fit supra-aural soft earmuffs, artificial protein leather of earmuffs simulated to human skin texture, ensure long lasting comfort in various rugged circumstances
Convenience: Just a plug with audio cable, then listen to your favorite tracks without using any battery, no matter how long is your playlist. The H+ also incorporate 4 languages voice prompt(Chinese, English, French, Spanish), to communicate with you in your language
Three Modes Automatically Switch: Bluetooth Mode, FM Mode and SD Card Mode.
● Language Switch: Press the volume and on-off button at the same time.

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Are you going by reviews on gearbest or somewhere else
Are these proper 'noise cancelling' headphones?
Actually Amazon reviews suggest these are easily broken so I'll give it a miss
Cold. I want to listen to other artists other than coldplay and Linkin park.

chipsnbeanz

Cold. I want to listen to other artists other than coldplay and Linkin … Cold. I want to listen to other artists other than coldplay and Linkin park.



huh!?
pc5020

huh!?


Post states 'you can hear what the artists really want you to hear, Coldplay or Linkin Park concert played in your ear'
Aaaaaaaah
I have a pair of these in blue and have only used them once since buying them last year.
They look and feel really cheap and are big and ugly on your head, the sound is bassy but I just don't like them nor the sound.
I've got a pair of these. They paired ok, and the sound is decent enough for what you pay.
The issue is that they're not very flexible, so press into your head. You wouldn't want to wear them for too long, but for the odd short train journey, they're fine.
paulandpam1

I have a pair of these in blue and have only used them once since buying … I have a pair of these in blue and have only used them once since buying them last year.They look and feel really cheap and are big and ugly on your head, the sound is bassy but I just don't like them nor the sound.



I agree, I bought a pair because I was using my Sony MDR's for everything and have too many devices connected. When it comes to the choice of just picking these up or having to remove a device and repair the Sony MDR's, I still end up spending the time to reconnect rather than use these.

They are not 'bad' headphones but they are cheap, feel and sound cheap. Good value for £15 but try and spend a bit more if you can.
I've got a pair of these. You get what you pay for:
- they're a very tight fit, my ears hurt after wearing them for a while as they get squashed
- they're very bassy and have little high end
- the volume control isn't very sensitive (goes in large steps) and they can go very, very loud (I won't let my son use them because of this)

Not recommended
Cons:
*They look and feel cheap on you

*Sound leakage is terrible, think of the volume of your mobile phone on loud speaker at a medium volume, that's the volume your music will be heard at from the headphones from a close vicinity unless you have the sound real low.


Pros:
*Sound quality is decent 7/10. Volume is real good and loud.

*Battery life is great lasts me few days without charge.

*Microphone quality is good people can hear me, however when I'm on my bicycle I get complaints that the wind is too loud and they can't hear.

*Rather durable. Had these 4 months and I dropped them a few times. One time the impact was enough to break the left speaker and leave it hanging by the wire. Bit of black duct tape did the job of repairing it back in, sound is still unaffected in both sides despite damage.
I use them for just cycling and listening to music as I'm sick of buying new earphones after 2 weeks when the wires gone lose and having to hear music from only one side.

Also use them in the house when taking calls multitasking.

I wouldn't walk around with em on as there too big and clunky for my liking but in house and on the go on the bike these make great headphoned
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