The Buds are lightweight and comfortable to wear, very simple to pair, and easy to operate. They have a neckband attached to two ear buds that reach up to your ears via wires. The ear-buds stick back into place on the neckband via magnets. The nice thing about this design is that you don’t even feel they are on you, as it is so lightweight and easy to forget you have them on.
The sound quality is pretty nice for the price. It offers clear HD audio, decent bass, and noise isolation. The bass isn’t the same as what you’ll get on a $150 headset, but for $69.99, it is pretty good. The Buds have three equalizer presets as well.
The battery life is great, offering 10 hours of usage time. It charges with a MicroUSB cable (included).
The range is incredible, offering up to 150 feet. I discussed this in a previous post.
I highly recommend the Motorola Buds if you're looking for a Bluetooth headset. For me, I typically use this headset to listen to Spotify when I’m out and about, as well as to take and make calls. I really love my Buds and use them daily. Two thumbs up!
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