At first the headphones felt like any other Bluetooth Headphones with decent amount of bass, but as you get along with this pair of headphones, it starts to get comfortable. The pulse detector takes accurate heart beat ratings and can be synced with any fitness app that you may be using on your smartphone. The only downside that I found was the fact that there are better alternatives that are more affordable than this, such as the Jabra Sports Pulse or the Jaybird X2. Nonetheless, if you’re mainly interested on getting a fitness based headphones, these just might be the ones. Ships on Amazon at 199 USD. Price in Bangladesh is about 20000 taka and 17000 Rs. in India.
Honestly, when you’re working out, you will barely notice or care about sound clarity. You’ll want bass and loudness and these wireless Bluetooth headphones get the job done. At 50% volume they’re louder than apple headphones at 80%. They’re also water resistant and 8 hour battery life. Can’t complain cause it’s just $13(I did get it on sale at a lower price though)
Of of your writer said: I have the Bose Soundsport Wireless (not the pulse version) , I felt it was unnecessary to pay $50 dollars more just for the heart rate monitor. In terms of sound quality I like the neutrale sound. The jaybird x2 offer bit better sound quality and much better noise cancellation. But in terms of Comfort these are among the best in Bluetooth Headphones.
I hate the 4 hours of battery life but understandable as they are very small. Previously I used the Sennheiser Momentum In ears, but the Bose have replaced them.
Overall very happy with them.
You can get the Bose Bluetooth earbuds, but if you want to save some money then go for Jaybird X2.