Ah, you're going along, looking hip as you talk on your smartphone when suddenly the earphones' cord snags on something. The earbuds are ripped from your ears as your $700 phone crashes to the ground. Not that much fun. Especially on a motorcycle.
Enter BlueTooth headphones.
With a pair of those badboys on, you're not physically attached to your phone through your earphones. Instead, you're physically attached to your earphones, which are Bluetooth-edly attached to your phone. Once you've cut the umbilical cord to your phone, it's almost no longer being enslaved to the little rectangular overlord. Or at least it's safer and more convenient. You just turn the headphones on, tether them to your device using Bluetooth, and that's it. You can control your music's volume and answer and initiate phone calls from the headphones. It connects directly to Siri or Android Voice Commands.
- Good sound
- Good customer service
- Good battery life
- Several customers have said that their headsets suddenly stopped working between a week and four months after purchase, but that Phiaton replaced them with little hassle
- The button for answering or making a call is too close to the on/off switch, making it easy to turn off the earphones when you meant to take a call
Who is this good for?
Really, anyone who uses headphones but doesn't need top-notch audio quality (hey, it's still wireless) might like the Phiaton PS 20 BT earphones. They are great for making phone calls or for listening to music while riding a motorcycle.
- Be careful not to mix up the Answer/Call button with the On/Off switch
- If your Phiaton earbuds conk out on you, be sure to call the company and get a replacement
More info: Click here to read the User Manual