Leadtry Wireless Stereo Headset provides easy use along with solid sound.
I’ve been curious about these Bluetooth headsets for a while, though, for whatever reason, I couldn’t see myself being a fan. Having tested out a pair, I remain similarly opinionated. I don’t think that ambivalence toward the product has anything to do with these particular earphones, they performed quite well; but everyone has their own preferences. This sort of thing isn’t my cup of tea.
Firstly, you have to charge the headset. Now, I have enough trouble remembering to charge my phone, let alone phone accessories. While using this product, I definitely found myself on my hour-long bus commute to work with the “Battery level: Low” warning popping up in the middle of my music every two minutes before it died completely. I suppose one must weigh the benefit of not being physically tethered to a device against the minor inconvenience of having to remember to charge two things (or more, depending on what all you use on any given day).
Let’s stay on the subject of charging for just a moment longer. There is an LED charging light that glows red while connected to a power source but nothing to indicate power level or charging progress. The only way to check the battery level is to turn the headset on and listen to the announcement at startup or wait until it’s at low power, at which time the headset is pretty persistent at reminding you that it is at low power. It takes around two hours to charge, which gives you about 10 hours of music (which is more than enough for a few day’s worth of commutes, so I really should stop whining).
Okay, so aside from me being prejudiced against anything I might forget to plug in at night, this headset was fine. I had no trouble pairing and reconnecting it with my computer, phone, or tablet; it has simple on/off, volume, and play/pause controls; the headset’s design is nondescript and practical; and the sound quality was fine (though the bass is a bit muddy). The earbuds are comfortable and block out background noise effectively. The Leadtry Wireless Stereo Headset makes use of Bluetooth 4.0 + EDR and has about a 30-foot range.
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