If you are a frequent gym goer, more than likely you enjoy the fresh sound of tunes to workout to. What can be the most frustrating part of using headphones is the that cord that gets entangled in every treadmill or weight stack. Thanks to iClever, they have given you an opportunity to forget those awkward moments with he IC-BTH02 wireless bluetooth headphones.
A little while back we took an in-depth look at the Jabra Sport Coach wireless earphones, a set that we were very impressed with. Today we will be comparing the iClever IC-BTH02 to the Jabra Sport Coach earphones, as this gives us an excellent comparison when you are looking at your options with a budget in mind. Take a read to find out what we mean!
PACKAGING AND SPECIFICATIONS
The packaging of the iClever IC-BTH02 is incredibly straight forward, its your basic cardboard box, front and back.
Inside you will find two smaller plain cardboard boxes, which has the faint feel of a Russian nesting doll. Within each of the boxes you will find the the IC-BTH02 headset, the micro USB cable, a cord management clip, there ear rubbers, three ear hooks, a user manual and a warranty card.
Specifically speaking, the iClever IC-BTH02 features Bluetooth 4.1+EDR with a reported operating distance of 32.8 feet. Thanks to Bluetooth technology, the headset has a standby time of 175 hours, about 7 hours of music playback and 5 hours of conversation – not too shabby. Apt-X technology is also included, which helps ensure sound quality remains high without transmission delays. These headphones can also be paired to two devices simultaneously.
The iClever IC-BTH02 also features CVC 6.0 noise-cancelling technology, which as soon as you put on the headset you will immediately notice this. These are not active noise canceling, nor do they completely eliminate outside noise, but they do an excellent job of reducing the amount of external noise.
Taking a look at these feather-light headphones you will find not he left earphone that there is the micro USB port, on the right side you will find the volume control and power button.
On top of all of this, you also get a 30-day money back guarantee and a 12 month replacement warranty. Advertised on their website, you can purchase the headphones for $26.99, and when you jump over to Amazon you can find them for as low as $14.99. Just keep this in mind, the Jabra Sport Coach headphones go for $149.99.