TaoTronics Bluetooth Sport Headset (TT-BH05) Review

TaoTronics Bluetooth Sport Headset (TT-BH05) Review

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Takeaway: These headphones are lightweight, comfortable and easy to use.

I'm just amazed at what can be packed into small form factors these days. The headphones come with a carrying case, that honestly is way too big given the tiny size of these headphones when they're wrapped up, but the extra room can be used to fit in the charging cable which is a standard microUSB. Note that this set does not include a power brick but should be compatible with most USB 5V adapters. The charging time is only 1 hour and a single charge will last 6 hours of continuous use or 120 standby hours.

These headphones deliver on all fronts. The sound is clear, they fit well, they're light and can take calls to boot. They even remembered to put a silicone dust cover over the charging port. With the limited cord length, the controls sit a bit high for my liking and it's kind of awkward reaching up and feeling around for the right buttons because you can't really see what you're doing, but they function as advertised. Just be aware that the controls only let you answer calls, start/stop and skip tracks BUT do not allow you to adjust volume. As long as you set the volume through your phone beforehand and have an equalizer for your music you should be all set.

My biggest complaint with in-ear headphones is that they hurt my ears because the plugs are too big (and fall out due to this). It's convenient that the unit is shipped with a variety of plug sizes so you can find the one that fits you best. The silicone is soft and pliable so they're comfortable even for extended wear. I'm not sold on the wings that are supposed to stabilize it in your ear, but they're there if you need them.

Buy it at Amazon: TaoTronics Bluetooth Sport Headset (TT-BH05) [Affiliate Link]

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