If you’re someone who regularly finds themselves driving, or cycling, or skiing, or cooking, or doing anything – for that matter – which requires your hands and at least a portion of your concentration, then you’ll know the value of a Bluetooth headset. Listening to the fantastic music while working is great joy, if you’re a music freak just like me.
However, I’ve been in gadgets world with reviewing many devices since long. With a testing pleasure when I got a chance to review latest wireless offering Moor’s Bluetooth Stereo Headset, I jumped at the opportunity.
Of course Bluetooth earphones has become one of the most popular devices all over the world, which does bring great convenience to our daily life.
While most wireless headsets still cost quite more than their counterparts, there are already some that try to make themselves cost-effective to gain a customer base. One of them is the affordable Moor Bluetooth Headset. Such good designed and conveniences don’t come cheap, though: The headphones list for £32.95 (approx $41.50).
What Do You Get for this Price?
With great wearability and reasonable design, you can use this Bluetooth wireless headset easily and conveniently.
Equipped with superior audio quality, a unique ergonomic earbud design, and great controls, with this Moor Bluetooth headset, high-quality stereo sound streamed from your compatible phone will let you be immersed in the music. And the dedicated function buttons get you talking with just one press.
Fortunately, the required headset’s controls are exist what you might have need for: You can use the action button to turn the headset on and off; to initiate and end a call; and to play or pause tunes. You can also use it adjust the volume, next/previous through tracks.
Weighing less than 103g, it has its own rechargeable battery that is good for up to 10 hours of continuous music listening, up to 11 hours of talk time and 250 hours of standby time. Letting you be in the connectivity range approx 10 metres, it measures only 162 x 153 x 32mm.
The headset, however, can be extended to fit larger heads but it only goes a little way meaning some people with larger heads may find it difficult to use the headset.
The Moor headphones may not be stylish, but they’re padded and comfortable. And the music experience is quite good, with great bass and warm tones overall. I’m not an audiophile, but I do like good sounding cans. Do take the Bluetooth stereo headphone home; you will get more than you paid.