Otium Bluetooth Earbuds Wireless Headphones Bluetooth Headphones, Sports Earbuds, IPX7 Waterproof Stereo Earphones for Gym Running 15 Hours Playtime Sound Isolation Headsets,Black Electronics

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True HD High Fidelity Sound: Update Bluetooth Headphones own latest Bluetooth 5.3 technology and IMPROVE acoustic components that produce incredible sound quality with deep bass and crystal clear treble.Also we have upgraded the bluetooth name from “Otium” to “U18”, it will more conveniently to search and connect with the headphones.   IPX7 Waterproof Rating: With ergonomic design and silicone ear hooks, wireless headphones secure stay on your ears, feel great to wear and will never fall out. Upgraded Waterproof Rating, 100% prevents ordinary splashing water and rain.   Longest Battery Life: The new improved lithium polymer battery allows seamless enjoyment of music for up to 16 hours and 240 hours stand-by with a charge of only 1.5 hours. Neckband design prevents troublesome wires from tangling during your workout.   Sound Isolation Technology: Connect seamlessly with all Bluetooth enabled devices up to 30 feet (10m) away. With Noise Suppression Technology reduce background noise. So you can focus on your favorite music, no matter where you are.   Foolproof Operation: Allows Skip/Play/Pause on your music tracks as well as all phone use without reaching your phone.

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Product Dimensions

5 x 1.8 x 4 inches

Item Weight

0.22 Pounds



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1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

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4.3 4.3 out of 5 stars

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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#822 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #127 in Earbud & In-Ear Headphones

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

June 22, 2017


Shenzhen Huan qiu yi tong technology Co,.Ltd

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60 reviews for Otium Bluetooth Earbuds Wireless Headphones Bluetooth Headphones, Sports Earbuds, IPX7 Waterproof Stereo Earphones for Gym Running 15 Hours Playtime Sound Isolation Headsets,Black Electronics

  1. Dave in California

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Back after 3 years to proclaim this product’s stunning performance

    Once in a while you must provide feedback for an outstanding product, even though it’s been a while. I bought two sets of these Otium earbuds in 2021. There are among my stable of half a dozen bluetooth earbuds, most are without the connecting wire. The Otium buds are outstanding above the others for these reasons:Rock-solid, instant connectivity – with my Samsung phone, my iPad Air tablet, and my Dell laptop. Way better reliable connections than any of my other bluetooth earbuds.Connecting wire – no pairing problems between the earbuds because they have a wire connecting them! Such a hassle when the no-wire earbuds don’t connect to each other. And no-wire buds fall out of the ear sometimes, and at inconvenient times (requiring a search on hands and knees under the front car seat…) Another benefit of the wire – when I know I won’t be listening to audio, I can pop them out and leave them around my neck for easy access when needed. Convenient!!!Sound – with the right-fitting tips, these Otium headsets are BETTER than low-priced ($30) over-the-ear headphones. Loud, with strong bass. Can control the volume from the right-ear bud.Battery – They usually last me all day when I am watching YouTube tutorials off and on. I charge them every night and usually don’t get the “Battery low” warning.Hearing-Aid Friendly – they fit over in-the-ear hearing aids (like the ones from Costco) comfortably. No ringing or feedback. The Otiums are less hassle than connecting (or trying to connect) with a hearing aid.Value – you can beat the sound quality and dependability for the price!!!

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  2. Jason R. WilsonJason R. Wilson

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A great quality headphone for an economical price!!!

    I have purchased a similar pair of Bluetooth headphones from another company that was at the time considered an “Amazon Choice” because of their high ratings and economical price point. I have actively used them for the last few months and was asked by Otium to try their product.Shipping was fast (I received the headphones in two days), and the next morning opened up my shipment to try the headphones out.Packaging was simple to get into—no tape or plastic wrap covering the product; only a cardboard sleeve with the box that contained the headphones. Upon opening, everything was neatly packaged, and there was no damage to any of the inner contents.The zipper case containing the headphones displayed the Otium company logo on the outside of it, was black in color and had a carabiner attached to it so you could carry it on a backpack, purse, belt loop, or anything that you could think of to connect it to. Inside the case was the headphones, and two additional sizes of earpieces and a plastic cinch to keep the wire between the right and left side of the headphones from flopping around. Also, in the box was a USB cable to charge the headphones, a warranty card that gives the customer an additional 6-month free warranty for buying the product and an instruction manual explaining the use of the headphones, including troubleshooting, and also what is allowed and not allowed with the waterproof feature of the headphones, which I will get to later in this review.The first thing the instructions suggest is to charge the product entirely, which takes 1-2 hours to charge. When I plugged the USB into my laptop, it only took a little less than an hour to charge the headphones fully. The one thing I noticed immediately about the headphones that the ones I had purchased a few months earlier were that the part that wraps around the ear to keep them in place was stiffer than my previous ones. I liked that because the other headphones had a very flimsy ear wrap.Connecting them to my iPhone X was simple and easy. You hold the power button down for a total of eight seconds to pair to your phone. Then, you go to your Bluetooth settings, and either the name “Otium” will appear (depending on your phone), or you will need to type in a password for it, which is “0000”. After pairing your headphones to your phone, you are ready to go. You also have the option for “multi-pairing” to two devices, which I thought was a cool feature!As far as the buttons, the power button (located on the right side) turns on/off the headphones, pairs the headphones to up to two devices and answers/ends/rejects phone calls/redials the last number called. You can also transfer/pause/play audio with the power button. The volume controls allow you to mute the microphone/turn up and down the volume and move forward/reverse audio tracks that you are listening to.You can talk up to 8 hours, which I will admit I have never tried, and they state that the standby time is close to 220 hours, which is all dependent on usage.The headphones sound great! The voices come in clear, and there is a decent amount of bass, which I tend to like. The earphones stay in my ear, which is another feature I appreciate, considering that the Apple earbuds and other headsets I have tried in the past have not fit well in my ears (I must have a larger left ear canal, because that is the side that all of my earphones would fall out of!). The wire connecting the earphones stays out of my way, and I usually don’t use the cinch, because I am a bigger person in size, and do not like having something constricting in the back of my head. The ear wrap is comfortable around my ears, the only downfall is that they are not adjustable for different ear sizes, but they are flexible to fit around different ear sizes of most people. The earbuds allow a for some noise isolation – another great feature! The volume sounds pretty good at different levels; it becomes just a little distorted at higher volumes. I’ve seen a few negative reviews that have mentioned that they have difficulty pairing to their phone after a period using the Bluetooth headphones, but I have not used them long enough to experience that problem. The box does give information on how to contact them if there are any technical problems, so if anything does happen in the future, I will try to reach out to them and see how they handle customer service issues. Finally, the price point is perfect! With other higher-end headphones on the market, for an economical pair of headphones, these are great!The only negatives are first, the volume buttons. I’m used to holding down on the button on older earbuds due to my age (LOL!), and I keep forgetting that it will skip to the next song or go back to the previous song. However, I’m slowly getting used to repeatedly clicking to turn up/down the volume, so it is something that is a minor complaint that I can quickly get over. Secondly, I was listening to Amazon Prime Music on my iPhone through these headphones and paused the music to hear what my wife was saying at the time. When I went to play the music as instructed in the manual, it would not restart the music. I had to open the app and manually press the play button to continue listening to music. That was frustrating. If I was driving down the road while listening to music, it is inconvenient to go to look down at my phone and keep driving down the road and risk having an accident happen. I did try listening to a podcast and tried pausing and playing using the same process, and it worked, so it is a software issue, which I hope Amazon would fix in the future.Now, I told you that I would mention what you can get away with when it comes to water. The instruction manual states that you can get away with splashes, rain, snow, incidental exposure to water up to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes, and believe it or not, showering! Seriously! Who showers with headphones on?! I am nervous to try that, but it would be interesting to see if it would actually withstand a shower!Situations it cannot withstand when it comes to water is swimming or any type of watersports, which makes perfect sense.I would honestly recommend these headphones for the ease of use, quality and price point! I gave my wife the headphones I previously purchased and have used these full-time! These are great headphones! Buy yours today!

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  3. Nick

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    A solid option for entry-level wireless headphones

    For no reason in particular, it took me a while to make the switch from wired earbuds to wireless. While I’ve had a couple of Bluetooth mics over the years, they were all the single-ear models with mini boom mics that only worked for phone calls and made you look like a stock broker or Hollywood agent about to throw a fit at the Starbucks barista. Respect your food service workers, they put up with a lot. In any case, I figured I might as well try headphones that I wouldn’t fall asleep on/get snagged on a door handle and mess up my phone’s headphone port/strangle me.Not knowing what exactly I should expect with wireless headphones, I figured that for the time being, I should get something relatively cheap so I could get an idea of what I did and didn’t want from a headset. Plus, I travel and run outdoors a lot, so the potential for losing something that was normally physically tethered to me and my device was high. I’ve paid good money for headphones before (I have a couple of very coddled Sennheisers for when I really want to try and feel impressive to strangers), so I was all for paying less than $20 for what was essentially a test drive set that I’d wear to death (see my history with headphones above).PACKAGING:There isn’t much to say about the box. It arrived unharmed. Production value was fine enough. The logo and packaging wasn’t that far removed from the Beats by Dre sets. As someone who saw a lot of knockoff Beats in bazaars in Afghanistan, it struck me as funny but not a red flag. Those ones weren’t half bad either (or so some buddies claimed, during their mid-deployment career transition to retail wholesaler). Good enough branding to catch a well-meaning grandma shopping for her grandkids off guard. You’ll end up with these and some Transmorpher DVDs.The carrying case was nice, kind of a faux carbon fiber external and a soft fuzzy interior. Pliable enough to where you couldn’t use it as a bludgeon, but firm enough to where you’d notice if you started to sit on it. Just don’t sit all the way on it – it isn’t really carbon fiber. It fit the headphones, and a 3-inch charging cable that I never really used because only Luddites don’t have at least one micro USB cable magically appear in your junk drawer.After the headphones, tiny cable, and case, the only other item was the instructions. They were not written by someone who speaks English as their first language. Probably not second, either. Whatever. Google Translate did the best it could.SET UP:Translation problems aside, the quick start guide was simple enough that you’d get the gist. Actually pairing them to my Galaxy S9 was also simple, although I had to do it three or four times until the two devices actually got to know each other. I’m an introvert, so I didn’t hold it against them. Once paired, reconnecting was easier, but still not instant. I’d say the rate of automatically pairing on the first try was about 90%. I’d have to turn on the headset and set my phone to scan at pretty much the same instant, but that was easy enough to learn (I don’t set my phone’s Bluetooth to “always-on,” so perhaps I’d do better if I had). Exact same experience pairing the set to my Alienware home computer and Apple iPad mini (4th gen, I think – it was a gift that was new in 2018). So, it pairs easily across Windows, Android, and iOS hardware as if they were the same.CONNECTIVITY AND EASE OF USE:The button layout is pretty standard if you’ve ever had headphones with phone control functions. There’s a single multipurpose button on the right bud that handles power, playing/pausing, and answering/hanging up calls. Above that is a volume rocker that handles previous/next track with a long press. Each button has a satisfying, tactile click to it that leaves little to the imagination. Response is immediate, you know when you’ve pressed the right buttons. Sensual and effective. Good times.The range is better than I anticipated for what I paid. I live in a 600 square foot/65 square meter apartment, and I’ve neglected to realize that I set my phone down on the table by my front door while listening to music in my bedroom down the hall and on the other side of a wall. It’s never broken its pairing with my devices. That being said, I’ve probably never tested the range beyond 50 feet/15 meters. Beyond that, I’d probably permanently lose one or both devices to the ether. I won’t risk it. I’m forgetful sometimes.It will, however, skip repeatedly at random. This is my biggest problem with this set, and it loses half a star for it. I’d be listening to music with the phone in my left pant pocket and the sound will cut out or “skip” like if you bumped an old CD Walkman. Sometimes, it would last a split second, sometimes it would garble for five or six seconds. Holding my phone directly next to the headset would always improve it, but if I put it back in my pocket, it was 50/50 whether it stayed normalized. After fuzzing out for a minute or so, it would self-right itself and I’d be good for the next few hours until it repeated itself. I could never find a rhyme or reason for why it went when it did, but it seemed to get worse the more I used them for phone calls and not just music. Calls were a mess, and I had to ask a caller to repeat themselves at lease once or twice every conversation. However, as much as I listen to music, phone calls were a very small portion of the headset’s workload. Honestly, it was a minor inconvenience, but given that it only has two functions (streaming audio and streaming calls), it’s a glaring one.Another small issue is the low battery warning. A voice tells you that the battery is low, and you’d be lucky to make it more than ten minutes before it shuts down. The battery’s good for six hours, and since I’m pretty good at topping off my devices, it was rarely an issue.AUDIO QUALITY:As a disclaimer, I’m not an audiophile that can lecture on the specifics of sound quality. I can’t debate the merits on one brand over another. I can’t afford recording studio-quality. I’ve tried many headphones over the years, with price points ranging from “no-name-found-only-at-gas-stations” to “well-to-do-but-definitely-not-country-club-member.” I do know the difference between bass and treble, and not much else. For reference, I have some Sennheisers that proved my all-time personal gold standards for headphones (an HD 558 for home use and a CX 300B MK II for travel, with a MX 365 for daily use).These are not Sennheisers. They’re probably not even Jbuds.I’m not saying they’re bad. Actually, they’re quite good – for the price point. Basses are good (when they’re occasionally there), but tend to get drowned out by normal street traffic. Everything else is sharp and vocals are clearly defined but it all feels muted to a degree. If I were to sum it up, it’s as if I were listening to a decent headset through a dense pillow. I’m confident the problem isn’t my sound settings on my phone. I’ve never really tried to fiddle with the equalizer, but I’ve used both my wired Sennheiser earbuds and a JLab J4 wired to much greater effect under standard settings.Audio quality during phone calls is hit-or-miss, and I suspect a lot of that was because of the “skipping” issue mentioned above in the Connectivity section. Since conversations aren’t constant streams of audio like songs are (mine aren’t, at least – no judgment on you fast talkers), it’s harder to gauge. Voices sounded tinny a lot of the time, but clear. I’ve been told I sounded fairly clear when I talked through them. I only ever had trouble hearing callers when I was walking down a busy street.IN CONCLUSION:I still don’t know enough about the performance gap between wireless and wired headphones, if there is one at all anymore. It is 2020, after all. That being said, my experience with Otium was far more positive than negative. Despite connectivity issues that led to some occasionally garbled audio during music and calls, the ease of use, good battery life, feather-light weight, and solid construction make this a great choice for someone looking for a simple wireless headset at an entry-level price point.Sadly, I lost my headset after accidentally leaving it in the back of an Uber. Considering I bought it for $17, owned it for about a year, and it would cost me at least $15 in fees to Uber to retrieve it, I chalked it up to a loss. That being said, if I still had it, I could easily imagine owning it for at least a year after that, something that I’d never consider with a wired headphone at the same price. The performance was totally consistent throughout that year. On the plus side, this gives me an excuse to get more in-depth with the range of wireless headsets out there. I’m using my $20 wired Sennheiser MX 365s for now, but I definitely miss the qualities of being tangle-free. Even if I don’t return to Otium, they definitely helped me get my foot in the door. I’ll definitely give them a lot of credit for that.

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  4. Robyn Starveling

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    So Comfortable!

    This is the second pair of Otium I have purchased: Cheap, solid, no fuss headphones. The IPX7 trading makes it decent for showers but (sadly) not submersion.They are very comfortable in the ears and, if you don’t mind “the dongle”, can be used one ear piece at a time (just remember which has the control).Battery life is great, sounds is ok — and they stay-put during active tasks. I can even wear them with glasses.They are easy to pair and can connect with both phone and computer at the same time (must be paired separately).I’ll keep these in my “buy again” list for when I need another pair.

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  5. KWKW

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Just go ahead and buy these.

    RANT: I’ve had Beats by Dre… Otium Audio doesn’t even compare. It honestly, surpasses and i’ll tell you why. Firstly, they’re Bluetooth! Although, it’s been years and Beats have come out with their own line of Bluetooth headphones, understand that I was way younger and so was the company at the time of purchasing my first two Beats. Beats are nice, they’re comfortable, but they’re not affordable, and they break easily. I took care of my Beats as I do all my electronics, but it never faltered that one ear would break, or you’d have stupid technical flaws. Like, having to use triple A batteries in order to use the headphones, even though it still connected with your phone via cord. Also, I don’t believe the price at which you’re buying said Beats, is even practical for the quality. You could find off brand Beats for 25 dollars that look and feel the exact same… it’s a rip off and I just don’t care anymore to purchase with “named brands”, it’ll always be about money with them, and never about satisfying the customers needs. That’s my opinion.REVIEW: Anywhozzle, Otium is CHEAP, it’s noise cancelling, and it has a good battery life in between charges. The reason I’m reviewing today, is because they broke today (Feb 20, 2020). I purchased these bad boys (Feb 28, 2019). I got them for my very first job at a gym as a Janitor (future me thanks past me for quitting). I listen to music all day everyday. I watch videos and movies at night. I fall asleep with them in my ears. I take them anywhere and everywhere. They broke from my excessive usage and sleeping on them… The price you pay for being an insomniac. Regardless, I’m very happy with this purchase, today I’m putting in another order, and can’t wait to have another pair.IN SHORT:PROS:-Affordable-Different ear buds to find your fit-Bluetooth-Noise Cancelling-Good Battery Life-Charges in like 30min.-LOUD-Great sound quality-DurableCONS:-Every now and again, you have to “forget this device” and re-connect the bluetooth, when the audio starts glitching.-(Personal Flaw: Couldn’t figure out which buds are good for my ears, so they slip out my ears all the time, but the hook around keeps them secured)-I hate that it says “Battery Low” for what feels like five minutes before it’s actually about to die.-I hate the shrill “DING” before you get to max volume. Don’t listen to the music too high, but let me burst your eardrum while I’m trying to warn you. Scares the crap out of me when I’m not paying attention 😂😂All in all good product for the price. I know I listed “Cons”, but what can be easily overlooked for me, may not be your cup of tea, so I wanted to give my experience with these.

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  6. Erik Johnson

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    You get what you pay for

    Overall these headphones are not bad. They’re affordable and they work. The battery life is excellent, always gets me through a full week of workouts. The audio quality is fine, nothing to be proud of but its not horrible. The problem I have with them is the fit. The over ear portion is just a solid piece of flexible rubber that bends which isn’t a problem the problem is that it doesn’t have a steel wire or anything inside so I cant form it to my ear. The problem then arises that these continuously work their way out of my ear after about a minute or two of moving. Again for the price not horrible but there are probably better options out there for the same dollar amount. 3/5

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  7. Julia Mercado

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    very good

    easy to add to wifi sound very clear. good price

  8. Chase

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    My mom can use them just fine

    My mom is old(er than me, leave it at that) and even though she loves gadgets, she is about as tech savvy as a caterpillar, and the caterpillar could prob out-type her too. She asked me, “I need new BT headphones, what should I buy?” I told her, “You should buy the type where the two earbuds are connected, since you’re old(er than me) and you lose stuff so if you get the true wireless it’s possible you’ll lose one. Also, they’re a little less reliable since either or can lose connection…and it’s kinda weird if only one is the phone earbud, if you’re not used to it.” These are legit complaints I have with my Bose Soundsport Frees which is apt, since I got them for free from my brother-in-law who didn’t like them. But man is it annoying when I’m out for a run and the left says, “Nah, you’re on your own” and disconnects itself).She says she’d think about it…then goes and buys some Skullcandy True Wireless ANCs from the store for $80….like, “Really mom?? Why you need active noise cancelling, you don’t go nowhere!” She tries pairing it and is having all of the issues as the Skullcandys won’t pair and the battery life when they do pair isn’t what she’s looking for. Bare in mind, my mom is NOT tech savvy nor does she have the best memory, so she’ll just forget electronics need to be charged and leave them wherever for who knows how long. So I jump on Amazon and buy her these, since they’re cheap and look exactly like a pair I have that are my BT back-ups whenever my Bose irritate me too much.She gets these in the mail and after remembering to charge them, they pair immediately and she’s ecstatic. They also last forever since she only charges them maybe once a week, when she remembers to, but regardless, the Skullcandys are collecting dust somewhere in her house. When my dad got a new phone (no 3.5mm jack) and he also needed BT headphones, mom suggests, “You can have my $80 headphones”, dad says, “No, son, buy me the same ones mom has.” So now dad also has a pair (and since he’s a guy they’re in a darker color). They’re also a diff color than mom’s cuz, yeesh, I just picture them using the wrong ones and, blech. Even long-term married couples don’t share Q-tips.I did dock off a star since although they pair immediately and their sound quality (listening to them) is fine for the price range, when mom calls me with them she sounds very quiet compared to her old Plantronics set. I can still hear her but I doubt I’d be able to still hear her if I was anywhere remotely loud.

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  9. Reid, White and Blue

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great headphones

    I’ve been using this brand for years and they’ve never let me down. The battery power is outstanding, the charge time is outstanding, and the water resistance is outstanding. The sound quality is good and no problems taking phone calls. The most recent one I bought did not have the x-large ear buds, which stinks because their earbuds are the only ones that stay on the headphones and I have an extra large ear canal. Where’s my X-large ear buds?

  10. Keesha

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Purchase

    It was economical and has great sound

  11. Salman A.Salman A.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    realy good

    over all good , nice sound for music ,good quality, i didnt try to charge them yet , let see in how long took in charging , and good quality . in that amount its good.

  12. Carolina Roa Peña

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Bateria duradera

    Los compré por referencia de una conocida, los uso para ir al gym, tiene buen sonido y la batería dura bastante.

  13. IFOT

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works perfectly for my needs.

    I can easily listen to music performed by the original artist do I can learn how to play it correctly myself.

  14. EricD

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Definitely Work in Sauna

    So first the obvious – this is an inexpensive earbud, and they sound like it. They’re kind of hollow, a little boomy, no real clarity. They’re not awful, but you’re definitely not going to be blown away and if the word “audiophile” has ever passed your lips, these aren’t for you. But they’re super tough. If you’ve ever tried to use earbuds in a sauna, you know it’s hard to find something that doesn’t shut down. I use them in my gym’s sauna, which is a hot one, like 190+ degrees, and they never shut down, even after like twenty minutes. They’re pretty good on the water resistance too, so I wind up using my good ones while I work out, then switch to these for the sauna and shower and all’s good. And they’re so affordable that if they ever do fry I’ll just get more, but from what I’ve seen doing this for months they’re pretty much bulletproof.

  15. wedsell g. roberts

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    good value

    sounds great

  16. anthony twitchell

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Lightweight and sweat proof

    I’m a construction guy so I like background music when I work. These are tough long battery life and charge quickly. Decent sound for the price highly recommend.

  17. Internet Shopper

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Earbuds – I own 3 Pairs

    These are my go to earbuds. I bought my first pair about four years ago and it has worked well. I thought I lost it and searched, but couldn’t find it and bought another one. I use them so much because I listen to audible books more than the average person so I decided to buy a spare pair to use while the first is charging. Of course after I bought that one I found my first one. So now I have three. One thing I want to point out that differs from the description is that it uses a USB type C charger cable. The description calls it a micro USB. but that is not correct. I wanted to buy a longer cable because the one that comes with it is only about 6 inches long. Thank goodness some of the cables sold also show pictures of the differences between the micro, the mini and the C cables. I almost ordered the micro charging cable in a 3 foot length based on the description, but knew the picture was not the same as the cable that came with the earbuds. It seems more electronics are using the USB type C cable. I will be glad when it is finally uniform – apparently in the next five years or so. We now have a slew of the old cables that probably will be obsolete in the future.

  18. Peggy Cooper

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Odium Earbuds

    They have great soundThey got stuck on some things

  19. Allen S.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great buy!

    This headset meets all my expectations. It has an amazing range of tone and frequency, it definitely has that bass capability, and I am using this everyday for every need I have. Has a good battery life as well. Got a few days ago and it hasn’t died yet.Great purchase, I would buy this again!

  20. PKMetal

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    (UPDATED) A mixed bag. Probably fine for the gym.

    UPDATE 3/22:The company got in touch with me and offered to send a different product to try. They sent fully wireless airpod-type earbuds rather than this “sport” type. I’m happy to say that the sound quality of these was far superior and more in line with what I was hoping for. I would rate that product 5 stars. If I get a link (wasn’t able to find it in their store), I will add one here. In the meantime, although my opinion of this particular IPX7 type headphone hasn’t changed, I can say I would gladly buy Otium products again in future.ORIGINAL REVIEW:Like many shopping for this style of headphone, my aim was to replace a pair from the brand that’s no longer available here. From the first use, I knew these Otiums didn’t live up. The sound emphasizes the high end in a way that I find really grating. That’s not to say there’s no bass. However, the traditonal low-end “thumping bass” seems to have been replaced by a “cracking bass.” Imagine that the bass drum in a band has been replaced with a snare. Instead of “thump-thump,” you get a sound that’s more like “thwap-thwap.” I have no doubt this makes for better clarity in noisy environments where lots of bass can result in a muddy sound, with a low rumble just about all you can hear. The sound design of these headphones prevents that.After a week of toying with my player’s Equalizer, I found a setting that makes the sound on these headphones less annoying. However, that doesn’t make it nearly as good as it might have been had the makers not monkeyed with the native sound for (I assume) the purpose of making the product good for the gym. Also, where I could previously use the same equalizer settings whether I was using my headphones or bluetooth speakers, I now have to switch the EQ back and forth, which is a pain.Another brand I tried, which promised “thumping bass” in the item title, had an even more pronounced “thwap-thwap” bass. I returned those. For me, these Otiums are just barely good enough to keep. If you want a headphone for high-noise environments, these will likely do the trick. But if faithful reproduction of music is what you’re after, this probably isn’t for you.If only that other brand still had a decent price and distribution.

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  21. Dillon A.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Surprisingly pleased with these

    They may not have Bose quality bass, but considering the price, these are sturdy, convenient and definitely a great purchase. Have used them for several weeks now and I’m so glad I took a chance on these and bought them!

  22. Jesús

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Para el precio está bien

    No suena tan bien no cancela el ruido exterior la batería dura alrededor de 13 horas

  23. Carlos Thomas

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Still one of the best BT headsets I’ve purchased.

    I’ve been through a few. I can’t use the Ear Pod types that just go in your ear – they always fall out. The design for these works great for me. Uncertain if it’s the phone (different from previously) or the updated model, but double tapping the button doesn’t redial anymore. That annoyance aside, the battery life is still great and the build quality is still very good. Prior models I’ve had issues with the left side failing (the one I use the most) but that may also be due to my usage and the headset snagging on equipment at times. Still highly recommended.

  24. Jonathan W.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Worth every penny

    I have a bad habit of losing headphones (and sunglasses, and chapstick, etc). For this reason, it never made sense for me to spend more than $30 on a set of headphones. I have tried out many brands, makes, and models and keep coming back to Otium. There’s just nothing that even comes close in terms of sound quality, battery life, etc. Are they as good as high-end models? Of course not. But they’re MUCH better than anything else you can get for the price.

  25. Rashu

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Overview and Opinon on Product

    These Otium Wireless Sport Headphones is one of the best earbuds to get at a reasonable price! And here’s why:What is in the Package?: Inside the box is a hard case, a micro USB charging cable, different size eartips, and the earphones themselves (comes within the hard case). For a price of $21.99, this packaging is a great deal.Design: The overall design of this product is excellent. From a visual standpoint, it looks sleek and has a modern kind of appearance. However, from this visual standpoint, they look very heavy. Despite the looks of it, once you wear these earbuds, they are really light and are not bulky. The flat wire design easily rests on your neck, providing enough comfort as it hangs around your neck. The ear hooks are flexible, comfy, and provide you with a secure fit so that they do not fall out. These earbuds surpass many other types of sport earphones with this kind of design.The main disadvantage of this design will most likely be the size of your ears, as they can drastically affect comfort in an individual. Earclips on these heaphones do sacrifice a little bit of weight, but they truly help with a secure fit and provide the necessary security to prevent it from falling out due to lots of movementSOUND QUALITY: These Earbuds are very crisp and clear when it comes to sound quality. Another version of these earbuds (http://amzla.com/qxwlr9td625h) are very similar to these ones but they are somewhat different. The advantage of these earbuds over the ones posted in the link above is that these earbuds are much more clear in their sound quality and level out the sounds musch more nicely. These earbuds have a sufficient amount of bass that is appropriate for an intense workout and also just enough bass to hear everything around you (none of the bass is overpowering the other sounds). The other earbuds have too much bass and not all of the sound is heard, giving these earbuds the advantage over those onesThese earbuds do have a secure fit, so you may be able to hear your inner self when you talk. Nothing to big, just somthing to know. And these earbuds, despite have better mid sound quality, are very explosive in their bass (not as much as the other one) and the treble and midrange is acceptable for the price range they are in. Obviously, these are sport headphones and are more bass driven, giving you the motiviation to keep goingThese earphones provide NOISE ISOLATION, not NOISE CANCELATION. These earphones do not exactly block out every single sound, but isolates yourself from those sounds to prove a better music experience.Durability: These earbuds last to about 7-8 hours of playback time, which is an advantage with its given price. And these Earbuds have lasted me longer than the earbuds on the posted link above. Those earbuds broke within a month or two and I had to get about three pairs of them. All of them broke. However, these eaarbuds have provided me with the best quality music with its great durability.The IPX7 has allowed these earbuds to stay under wet conditions (for example, it is sweat proof), so there is not worry if water gets on the earbuds. However, the sysem might get damaged if it is present in large amounts of water or stays in wet conditions for far too long.I suggest that you use the clip provided with the package to hold the wires together. If the wires are not clipped, they dangle behind your neck and move around (based on your movement). This causes the wires to break down and explains the reason why my other earbuds broke down so quickly. Something to keep in mind.FINAL Verdict: These Earbuds are truly one of the best earbuds on the market to this day. If you want a bass heavy sport headphone, these are the ones to go. With its accesible price range, these surely are one of the best headphones. Some disadvantages are that it is a little heavy to the earclips, the treble and midrange is acceptable (not the best due to bass explosion), and that the buttons on the earbuds are somewhat confusing and might be too small for some people. Despite the disadvantages, these are great!

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  26. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Work Great, listen to all day while at work.

    I think for the price these are the best you can get. I have tried multiple brands but I bought these for the whole family.

  27. Xiled1

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    They are good, but…

    These headphones fit well and have a good runtime plus sound goodbut1- the silicone tips that can be replaced? they can come off and sometimes come off rather easily. I had the headset in my pocket and when I took them out, the piece fell out into the street in a puddle, which counted it as lost.Now, it isn’t the company’s fault there was a puddle, but that the pieces can come off as easy as they do is.2- When I press down the Volume Up button (to go to the next song), there is an annoying delay that cuts into the first 1-2 seconds of each song. There is a short sound, then silence as you wait for the song to start.3- If you only have the Right earpiece in your ear and hold the Power button to turn it on or off, you may not hear the “Power On” message and try again, which turns it off.I am on my second set now and both had the same issues.

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  28. Metallargy

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Quick to pair and charge via USB-C.

    I have the older micro-USB ones, and ordered another pair and was pleasantly surprised that these use the new USB-C format.Charged quickly, only took a moment to pair up, and work flawlessly.Also come with a zipper case for storage when not in use.

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  29. Meghan Mertens

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Sounds great

    Easy to hook up, and sound quality is very good

  30. DocWhoSan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great sound.

    This is my favorite earphones. They fit well and sound good.

  31. WILLIAM A.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very good


  32. Stephanie

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good quality, easy to use, fits small ears (see caveat in description)

    My number one reason for loving these headphones is the fact that they are the first pair that has ever come close to fitting and staying in my ears while running. They come with 4 or 5 different bud sizes, and I use the smallest ones. Unfortunately, the piece that goes around the ear is still slightly too big, so when I really work up a sweat running, the left one tends to fall off. I think most people won’t have this problem and they are otherwise very comfortable and secure. The material is a little tacky (in a good way), but not sticky. It doesn’t bother me at all when I’m exercising.My number two reason for loving them is how easy it is to connect, disconnect and control media. It automatically picks up my phone and laptop beautifully. When I am in range of both devices, it tells me my “headset is connected” twice, so I know both have been picked up. I can listen to content seamlessly between phone and laptop. Battery life is great.I don’t use them for noise cancelling, so I don’t really notice if they are doing that; however, I can always easily hear what I’m listening to…which makes me think the noise cancellation must be decent.If I were to make any improvements, it would be 1. Offer a smaller size for the wrap-around ear piece; 2. Have some sort of indicator of whether the headphones are on or off…sometimes I forget if I’ve turned them off or not.That’s about it! I got on here specifically to write a review because I’m so happy with the purchase.

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  33. Rye

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good bang for the buck

    Had them for one year, and working just fine. Can’t complain based on the price. I use them often and will be upgrading due to a few annoyances I just can’t stand any more.1. Sound isn’t the best, I have the volume maxed out all the at the gym and just doesn’t seem loud enough. They are water proof though, which may have something to do with it. Prior better sounding buds have been ruined due to sweat and moisture build-up while working out.2. Feature issue. I’m not sure which button it is but you have like 3 or 4 on the right bud. Push one of them while you’re adjusting your right ear and it calls a (random?) number in your contact history. Multiple times I accidentally dialed work clients! All from slightly adjusting that little headphone packed with buttons. Frantically try to pull out the phone and touch end call before it registers as a missed call for them or they answer. Multiple times had them call back and had to explain it was by accident. Felt like an idiot.3. The ear wrap holder is somewhat flimsy so the buds still tend to come out of the ear when sweating and moving around. Although the flimsy-ness makes them more comfortable than the hard plastic ones. They don’t fall and dangle, just latch on and swing from the ear. For me running especially does this. Then you have to adjust while running, and end up calling your boss at 5am on a Sunday!

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  34. Kitten

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic Earbuds and very affordable

    I’ve been using these for a month and was very pleasantly surprised to find how well they perform for such an inexpensive set of headphones. I’ve used a pair of Anker earbuds with this same form factor for the past 3 years – they still work great, but wanted a backup and Anker no longer makes this type. I use these for watching video on iPADs and listening to podcasts on Android smartphone while walking/exercising. The sound is very clear with a wide range of loudness. I chose these, in part, because of the Earhooks, and the eartip already in place fit perfectly right out of the box. It forms a nice “seal” and blocks out wind and other extraneous noises so that I can easily hear the audio (and even when not listening to audio, they can tone down loud sounds). I haven’t really had a problem with them coming loose or anything when sweating; however, they fit so well, I sometimes feel that my ear needs to “breathe” a bit in the heat, so I might pop them out for a few seconds. Overall, just a really nice product.

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  35. Singlespeed

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good, inexpensive BT headphones

    I bought these as I wanted an inexpensive pair of BT headphones for exercise. Didn’t want to shell out $$ for individual earbuds.Cons: Too much bass not enough treble, but fixed with an equalizer.Pros: Comfortable, fits a large range of ears, stays on, pairs easily, good battery life. Good value for the price.

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  36. John W.

    4.0 out of 5 stars


    Extremely Durable and worth the money. Extremely impressive battery life.

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  37. Beth n Joe

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazing customer service

    I’m picky with my headphones – I want them to wrap around my ear and be connected. I found these and bought them back in August. I use them daily and they worked perfectly. The sound was amazing, and I never had an issue with charging them.But recently (February the next year) I noticed that the sound started to be a little inconsistent. It was a switch from one headphone to the other, and would get kind of staticky. I wasn’t expecting a lot because I didn’t pay much for them but I decided to reach out to customer support.I emailed them on a Sunday and they got back to me the SAME day within an hour. It was nuts. The customer service person (named Olivia) gave me a list of steps to try and that actually worked…for about a week.Before I even had a chance to reach back out, Olivia actually followed up with me to see if everything was working. So I emailed her back and explained that it worked for a while, but was acting up again and no questions asked, she confirmed my mailing address and sent me a brand new set. I was so impressed.THEN a week later, THE SAME PERSON followed up to see if everything was working. Usually in customer service you get a different person each time, but I was so impressed that I not only had the same person working with me the entire time, they took the time to follow up twice to make sure I was satisfied. I don’t think I’ve ever had such a great experience with customer service.So 5 stars for customer service backing their product 100%. Now I’m loving my new set of headphones.

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  38. Doug

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent value and quality

    I’ve been using these earbuds for about four and half years now and I can without a doubt say that these are the most durable earbuds that I’ve ever used. I have a side job as a painter and I typically spend thirty hours a week from spring to fall scraping, sanding, and painting the outside of houses. These earbuds have stood up to the heat, sun, sweat, dust, and sunscreen without breaking a sweat. The only thing that broke was one of the silicone earpieces but replacements are readily available. The battery life on these is nuts, I can’t believe how long they last between charges! I’ve taken numerous calls while working and I’ve had zero complaints about audio quality.

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  39. Emma Slocum

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    For Athletes- Fast Connect, Stay In Your Ears, No Fuss, Great Value

    THEY STAY IN PLACE- I am an avid BMX and Mountain Bike Rider that needs a wireless ear bud that will stand up to a LOT of head movement. My 100 dollar MIFO ear buds sound exquisite but they can barely pass muster; just walking gently around a room and they threaten to fall out. These ear buds DO NOT FALL OUT EASILY. They hug the ear and are connected to one another so when one of the buds does fall out, on occasion, it does not slip into the woods or scuttle away, never to be seen again. If you want your sound to stay in your ears and want to avoid the hassle of digging around for an escape ear bud, these WORK GREAT.FAST CONNECT- These ear buds have paired flawlessly. Push the red on button for three seconds and the ear buds turn on.NO FUSS- Push the main red button on the right ear bud for eight seconds, they sync. Done. The main red button does a few other things and the directions let you know how they function. The volume button also allows you to skip a song. There is no little slippery box to charge them in. They charge via a mini USB and the battery lasts long enough that this is not annoying.GREAT VALUE- Are they super sleek? No. They do not have an Apple Aesthetic at all. Are they hidden in your ear so they are hardly noticed? No. They are sort of bulky. Are they super expensive? Not at all. They are what I would consider inexpensive at 20 dollars.VERDICT- If you want an ear bud that will stand up to hard rides, runs or an active work environment, will stay in your ears and stay together, pair easily and stay on for a reasonable amount of time and can be had for the price of lunch out, get a set of Otium wireless headphone.

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  40. Dawn Ramey

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Long-lasting, good sound, great buy

    I bought these for my husband. He loves them. I have bought other bluetooth headsets that stop working, are hard to use, have a short battery life…. He tells me these are the best ever, and he only wants me to buy these in the future, if the ones he has every die. Which they don’t. They are really good quality.

  41. Jeff Winkelman

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Not as good as the previous model

    These are the updated version of the earbuds I had previously. I really liked my previous ones, but they just stopped working one day. The only real change between the old ones and the new ones is that these now have the USB-C port instead of the Micro-USB port. The physical size is identical and they fit comfortable in/around my ear. They do not appear to be as loud as the old version. When talking to people on the phone, I never had any problem hearing folks with the older version. With this new version, I find myself wanting to turn them up more only to discover that they don’t get any louder. The biggest frustration is with the SIRI interface on my iPhone. When I try to use SIRI, it responds that I need to unlock my phone first. The settings on my phone say that I can use SIRI even when my phone is locked. It worked properly with my old earbuds, but not with these new ones. Once my phone is unlocked, if I use a command like “call so and so”, it responds with “what would you like to know about so and so?” and I have to repeat the command. I’d think this was a phone issue, but I’ve tried it with other earbuds and it performs flawlessly. It’s only these new ones where I have the trouble.

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  42. Lauro Garza

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Rugged and long lasting, fair sound

    The sound quality is only fair but these are not fragile construction. The battery charge will last 5-6 hours and not the ten hours reported. Good product for the price.

  43. Chris from Nevada

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The cheap headphone keep getting better

    I been buying these cheap sports ear buds every year for the last 4 years. I work maintenance so they usually last a little over a year before I do something and break them. They have never been the same brand, yet I feel they are all made by the same manufacturer. Honestly, I just find this style for under $30, make sure they have the water resistance and press buy, but they are all look and operate the same regardless of the name of the brand. I think one manufacture makes these and then just lets other companies toss their brand on it and that’s fine saves me from trying to find exactly what I purchases the year before.So this review is for every headset that looks like this pair and has the same features.With that said, they keep getting better every year. They have always been comfortable and come with 4 total size ear moldings for a good enough fit, I get ear fatigue very easy and highly dislike earbuds in general, but the ear band keeps them in so I can worry more about comfort than them falling out.The initial connection to my phone has gotten so quick, the mic quality has become better where my contractors don’t even know they are on a headset (compared to my first pair where I had to turn it off to talk) the battery life has always been amazing for the price, I get a full 8 hour day worth with plenty of juice left to spare. I wouldn’t go for 2 days though unless they’re only in use half the day. They aren’t the loudest but you’ll hear your music while using power tools, you’ll just also hear your power tools also. I do get “jump scared” a lot if someone comes up behind me and doesn’t yell. These also have never failed me in the rain either.All in all if you want a cheap pair of “throw away” headphones and you like the “sports loop” and the wire that you can drape them over your neck while not in use, then these are 5 stars. Just don’t overpay, as I said, you can find these same pairs from $20-$50 all over Amazon and I fully believe they are all made by one manufacture regardless of the brand. I pay (on average) $25 for these.

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  44. Josh Dawson

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    durable and great price point

    I don’t know how waterproof they are because I’ve never taken them out and anything other than a light drizzle. that said they are waterproof to some extent and sound really good fit well and I like the fact that the cord makes it so I can hang them around my neck when I’m not using them. Good for the price point.

  45. Kimi

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Sound quality went down from the previous pair I purchases

    I previously purchased these and enjoyed them. However, this time the sound is pretty low and I have a hard time hearing people on calls. I have to turn the sound all the way up. And I have to turn books and YouTube videos up almost all the way too.

  46. Brian Ruppel

    4.0 out of 5 stars


    Updated review…I orded a pair & wasn’t pleased. I left an honest, but negative review. The seller reached out to me & sent me a replacement pair. Clearly, the original ones I received were defective. The replacements are fantastic. The build quality seems better than the ones I bought several years ago, the battery lasts forever, and the sound is way better than a headset at this price has any right to be.This isn’t a paid-for review… just my honest opinion. Below is my original review for the defective pair I got. Good on ’em for outstanding customer service.I have a pair of Otiums that area several years old. They sound great. I bought these as a replacement, and they sound terrible. Just awful. I imagine this is what those headsets they sell in the check out line at the grocery store sound like. Zero bass. Tinny to the point of being screechy. These are literally the worst sounding headsets I think I’ve ever owned.On the plus side, they seem durable, so I’ll bet you could listen to this horrible noise for years.

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  47. santonia

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    It works

    The only issue I have is that the button does not answer my phone . I tried it on another device and it worked. It’s ok so far.

  48. dkwomer

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great purchase depending on your needs

    I only use these for audiobooks. The sound quality for music is really bad. Virtually no bass. You cannot beat the price so for audiobooks it’s perfect! This will be the third pair. I have purchased over the past five years which is a pretty good deal for 15 bucks, I recommend buying the Asurion for this product because they will replace them at least once.

  49. Tim

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    These Otium Bluetooth earbuds are overall good, for their price point, but not great..

    These Otium Bluetooth earbuds are overall good, for their price point. What that means is, I didn’t expect the world from them, and for that, they have not given me the world either. I purchased these to use as a cheap work headphones that hopefully would also be okay to use as a mic while on a call from time to time as well. I’m not sure where the mic is supposed to be, evidently built in somewhere, but on only one or both I don’t really know. Headphone-wise they easily suffice. Microphone-wise.. meh. Callers on the other end seem to only hear me 1/2 the time, at best (usually less though), no matter what I do to try and make it better, and I find myself disconnecting them and putting my phone to my face so I can be heard, completely negating one of the main uses of them. People on the other end say everything but my actual voice seems really loud/amplified. I can hear them just fine, but a lot of times it’s not the other way around for whatever reason, bummer 😕.Their pairing speed is flawless & top notch to my phone, and they vocally inform you when they are paired & unpaired, which I like. Sometimes they don’t quite unpair/turn off so quickly though, and they just wind up chucked into my lunch pale to turn themselves off whenever they feel ready to 🙄, which they do after a certain period of time from not being used (during the drive home). So these do have a couple little issues, or my pair for sure at least. I’ll probably demote them to outdoor yard/property work headphones where I’m making a lot of noise & wouldn’t be on the phone at that time anyway (mowing/snow blowing). So I’ll be looking for a different pair to use for what I was hoping to accomplish with these in the first place. That being the case, I’m on the fence between 3 or 4 star overall rating for these. Guess I’ll be nice.

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  50. Free

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Stays on your ears, good sound quality for price

    Bought these as workout earbuds and they’ve been great so far. Battery seems good for 6-8 hours of continuous use, and a full recharge with a high output charger/cable takes maybe an hour. Sound quality seems good, especially for the price, and the bass isn’t tinny like other inexpensive earbuds. The ear loops keep it in place, and the cord around the back will prevent them from totally falling out and on the floor, especially if you use the included clip to attach the cord to your shirt.

  51. Kelsey Smith

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good for this first timer who has never had headphones or earbuds

    This review is from a complete newbie who has never had an interest in being an audiophile or knows much about high teck gadgets. These are easy to use!!! The only reason i didnt give it 5 stars is because my ears are too small for the extra small earpieces and I dont like that they fall off/out frequently. I purchased to go on a trip where the other person doesnt need to hear my phonecalls or audiobooks, and for that they work very well!. The microphone is good to all callers and they could hear and understand our conversation clearly. I will use until I find an over ear device, (not bone conduction) and not full headphones. Or they break, whichever comes first.

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  52. Jean

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Call quality is horrible everything else is perfect

    I love these headphones but only for music. The call quality is horrible

  53. Corinn Carlson

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice product for the cost

    I like that there is a cable to keep both sides together and that there is a hook for your ear since my ears are so small this helps keep them from falling out!

  54. David L.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Pretty damn decent headset

    First thing I noticed when I received these headphones is the case that they came in. It’s a semi-hard case, with ample room in the case for multiple pairs of headphones. They come with 3 different size ear cones: small, medium, and large. The medium fit my ears pretty well.I will admit, I’m not a huge fan of in-ear earbuds, for the simple fact that you need to fit them perfectly to get maximum effect in both volume and quality, and these are no different.Sound: These earbuds are pretty bass heavy, while kind of lacking in mids. With spoken word, which does require decent highs, I think these earbuds hit the mark pretty well. However If you’re listening to music that requires a decent mix of highs, mids, and lows, you might feel disappointed. These headphones are labeled as noise canceling, which I suppose is true in the same way ALL in-ear headphones are noise canceling, meaning it’s more like noise suppression since it completely covers your ear. It does a pretty decent job blocking out NYC subway noises.Battery life: Right out the box, I was extremely impressed by the battery life. I didn’t charge the headset at all when I first started using them, and they lasted for around 4 work days for me, and that’s with me using it on my commute, as well as using it at work. Charging was pretty quick, which went from 0-100% in about 1 to 2 hours, depending on how you’re charging it (wall, direct USB, or battery pack). I know how inconspicuous the charging port is, with a rubber flap which will provide some decent water resistance. The one gripe I have with the charging process, is the charging light is a very tiny slit on the back of the right ear headphone.Comfort: For me, like most in-ear buds, is I start to get some discomfort after a few hours, and unfortunately these are no different. However, I did notice that it took a bit longer for these to hurt my ear than others in the past. The loop that goes around your ears are a tad on the loose side, and are not adjustable and my ears are not small.Connectivity/Range: When I first started using these headphones, I was noticing some connection issues. No actual disconnects, but a little bit of sound breakage/audio degradation, but after using them for a few days, it seemed to not be an issue. It is entirely possible that it’s my phone.Features: The headset features 3 buttons for various controls:On/Off button, which doubles as a pause button. Holding it for a few seconds puts it into sync modeVolume Up and Volume Down, in which each one doubles as next/previous track if you hold it for 2 to 3 seconds.I’ve had it for around 2 to 3 weeks now and I use it daily at both my jobs, one being a desk job, the other being a manual labor job. All in all, while not perfect, I would say for the price, you’re definitely getting your monies worth, and even with the few gripes I have with the headset, I would definitely recommend it to family and friends.

  55. Susely M Azurdia

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice Sound System

    I was skeptical but I’m impressed.

  56. Brandon Knight

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great product, great price, great customer support

    Definitely love these earbuds. I use them at work as an Electrician, I’m often working at heights while on the phone with a coworker to pass information while doing a number of things requiring both hands.I’ve always had an issue with one of my ears not holding earbuds for the life of me, so the hook keeps them from falling, and any time they do, I typically have the other hooked to my shirt neckline and since they are connected, I have never had them actually fall off myself completely.The battery life is surprisingly awesome. I will typically use them every day at work for the entire 8-12 hours and if I never charge them I usually get 2.5-3 days of use before they die.The only negative I really can nitpick is that the little rubber cover that protects the charging part can be a bit challenging to pull off to charge them because the little raised part of the cover that you’re meant to grab or pull from is tiny, so if it the cover is jammed in there good it can seem impossible to get the thing to come out.I have bought 2 pairs of these, the first pair lasted about 9 months but only because I actually lost them and have yet to find them again, no issues with them during that time, the second pair I did have a problem where they stopped charging after about 2 months seemingly out of nowhere. I reached out to customer service with the company that makes them (Otium) and Olivia with customer service actually responded really quickly and after just a few clarifying questions and confirming there was no saving the earbuds, she sent me out a new pair (seems these are under a 12 month warranty with Otium) that got delivered within a couple days.Tl;dr Basically, I’m saying I recommend these earbuds.

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  57. Peachytoo

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great for My Workouts

    I can’t use ear pods because apparently I have weird ears and the pods won’t stay in them! These are perfect, because they hook around my ears which helps them stay in place. One suggestion would be to either make the hooks just a little sturdier or possibly add a lightweight wire to help keep them in place even more.I used these in the gym, and, no, they are not as good at noise canceling as more expensive headphones, but they help up pretty well against the noise of the gym. I gave them 5 stars for battery life because I’ve been using them for several days already and have not had to charge yet.Overall, a good choice for workouts!

  58. Amazon Customer

    3.0 out of 5 stars


    I bought these for my self . I they have decent base I do notice that they die little faster than I would like

  59. Wendy Brennan

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    These are great

    Good sound and great for at least a week or two of workouts before you need to charge them!

  60. Amazon Customer

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    They work but battery life is not great and cuts off with no notice

    These work fairly comfortable and sound quality is good. The battery life is not that great, I use them sporadically at work during the week and they rarely make it all week. The worst part is when the battery runs low they shut off with no notice.

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