SENSO Bluetooth Headphones, Best Wireless Sports Earphones w/Mic IPX7 Waterproof HD Stereo


  • TRUE HD HIGH FIDELITY SOUND Featuring latest Bluetooth 4.1 CSR technology and state of the art acoustic components that produce incredible sound quality with deep bass and crystal clear treble.
  • COMFORTABLE AND SECURE FIT WITH IPX-7 WATERPROOF RATING - ActivBuds feature Ergonomically designed flexible ear hooks with gel flex silicone earbuds to ensure your headphones stay comfortably firm in place to guarantee fatigue free ears and tangle free comfort.
  • LONGEST BATTERY LIFE - The new and improved lithium polymer battery allows seamless enjoyment of music for up to 8 hours and 240 hours stand-by with a quick charge of only 1.5 hours.
  • BLUETOOTH V4.1 WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY WITH CVC 6.0 NOISE SUPPRESSION TECHNOLOGY - Connect seamlessly with all Bluetooth enabled devices up to 30 feet away. With Noise Suppression technology focus on your favorite music and answer calls without skips or missed words.
  • 1 YEAR WARRANTY AND BONUS ITEMS - Bonus Accessories with 1-Year Manufacturer's Warranty and 30 days no-questions-asked return policy. Value for money guaranteed, Buy the Senso ActiveBuds worry free today.
$29.97
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Comments about SENSO Bluetooth Headphones, Best Wireless Sports Earphones w/Mic IPX7 Waterproof HD Stereo 1

lupdawg72
I've consistently gone to the gym about 6 to 7 days a week over the past two years using powerbeats2 and then powerbeats3 wireless headsets during my workouts. I do free weights and end each workout with cardio on the treadmill, elliptical, or speed bike...mostly treadmill. For those Powerbeats users out there you know about the battery issues with these headsets. I have presently gone through 5 different Beats Powerbeats wireless headsets during the past two years. First headset was purchased through Target, which it stopped holding a charge after 8 months. I sent to Apple for repair but they promptly returned that said to me saying there was a small hairline crack at the base therefore not covered by the warranty. I purchased my second Powerbeats on Craigslist from someone who received it free with his iPhone purchase. That headset lasted about 6 months before it stopped holding a charge I have since gone through three sets purchased at Costco, returning the last one two weeks ago due to same battery issues and the headset not holding its charge. Costco presently does not have these headsets in stock.I purchased this Senso wireless headset for my wife as a Christmas gift. I wasn't sure if she would like the over-the-ear wireless so I didn't want to spend $160 for Powerbeats. She doesn't know this but I've been using this Senso headset over the past two weeks at the gym and have feedback how it compares to the Powerbeats 3 headset.First thing I noticed about this headset is the sound. There's definitely more bass coming through the headset and overall it's louder compared to the Powerbeats. Flexible hooks that go over the ear are thicker and more stable with the Powerbeats 3. The Powerbeats definitely has a tighter fit around the ear. The ear buds for both models feel identical to me and both fit snugly inside the year. Both sets are sweat-proof and for the most part stay on the ear while I'm running.The biggest difference I noticed that favors Powerbeats is the range in which the headset receives the signal from my Samsung Note 5 smartphone. For example with Powerbeats I can easily walk 30 to 40 feet away from my phone and get absolutely no disruption in my music. The Senso headset starts to have distortion after about 15 feet. I will say though that with my wife's iPhone I actually found the range of the Senso farther than the Powerbeats.I would suggest Senso consider including the cable/wire attachment to allow for tightening of the cable against the back of head for stability or under the chi depending on how you wear them. I actually took an extra cable attachment that I had from my Powerbeats and used with this Senso. Without that the wires would be dangling and bouncing back and forth while I'm running.One annoying thing I noticed on this headset is the plastic cover leading to the charge input. Powerbeats2 had this issue and it was corrected with Powerbeats 3 version. I found it very difficult to uncover the outlet to charge this headset so I ended up ripping it off...much better now.What I loved about Senso is the hard cover case they included. Powerbeats 3 started to include a soft case which is an absolute joke. I was very pleased with the hard case that came with this Senso headset.Conclusion.... aside from the range and the feel compared to Powerbeats with his headset, I am actually considering purchasing a Senso set for myself and getting away from Powerbeats at $160. Of course I'll have to revise this review and see how long the battery lasts and the durability of this headset but so far I've been actually very pleased the two weeks that I've been using this headset.

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