Mrice M1 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones provide a nice, loud sound in a stylish package.
Over the past few years there has been a huge emphasis on headphones. More recently, I have noticed the trend of bringing back the older style larger headphones just when I had gotten used to the small and sometimes ridiculously small headphones. The larger style gave us promise of a better sound quality versus just being loud, so I broke down and gave them a shot.
Mrice’s M1 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones take a stylish approach to the larger headphone design that are so prevalent now. The M1 headphones still have a larger diameter speaker than an earbud, but aren’t big and bulky like a lot of the headphones on the market now. By using a solid piece of flexible plastic, Mrice ditched the huge cup design over the ears saving space and getting rid of the extra unneeded weight. There are several colors, but I got the red, which is shiny and definitely standout among other styles. The under side is black plastic for the top and a very soft pleather ear cushion. I have bigger ears and an over the ear speaker tends to get hot and sweaty after only a few minutes. Having an open ear while still maintaining sound quality is huge to me.
The one real advantage of the M1 headphones is that it is Bluetooth capable. I have seen several larger headphones with a removable cord, but I really don’t see why anybody would want a cord in this day in age. The added feature of Bluetooth is that I don’t have to keep my phone in my hands. With a battery life of around 8 hours on a full charge, I can use the M1 headphones for pretty much the whole time that I would use them through out the time that I need them. The fact that it only takes about 3 hours to fully charge them is handy after a day of working late outside and then again early in the morning. Bluetooth also means that whenever listening to music and receiving a call the music will pause and resume when the call ends so you never have to miss your favorite part of a song.
The only downside of the M1 headphones for me is the button situation. You have a power, two volume (up and down), and a call button. These are handy, useful, and all tucked away hidden from plain view, but there aren’t any buttons to skip songs. This means pulling out your phone or connected device to skip songs. This can be quite irritating while performing a task where your hands aren’t exactly free. With all of the other features this is still a small price to pay for a stylish, insanely loud headphone.
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