- Transparency/Noise Cancellation works as described
- Double tap for Voice Assistant works as described (I use Siri) although there is a 1-2 second delay after tapping.
- Quick conversation mode (cupping the right ear cup) works as described
- Included storage bag is made of good material and has two inner pockets for charger and stereo cable.
- Battery life seems good. Been using if for over an hour and only lost 10% battery.
- When outside if walking into a slight breeze/wind you will hear a whooshing sound. It’s tolerable with noise canceling on. With transparency mode on it was if the wind was blowing right in the ear cup.
- Button controls of volume/stop/play work but I kept hitting the power/Bluetooth button instead. Placement could be better.
- Sound is of a $50 pair of headphones. These are nowhere near the sound of Beats Studio Headphones or any Bose QC3 headphones.
- The auto pause function only works when taking the headphones off your head moving forward and tilting them 45°. When placing on the back of the neck like 95% of people will do, they do not auto pause. Tried over 50 times to no avail.
- Lack of different options for touch control for Cover and Double tap. Only the right side of headphones work for this. (Think accessibility)
Sum it up, these are headphones that sound like $50 headphones. If you like mediocre sounding headphones at an entry price to over ear headphones these will do the trick.
Overall they are not bad, I may be returning because of the wind noise alone because I plan to use these outside mostly when walking my dog.