• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    One of the best Bluetooth (sport) headphones out there

    • Written by Ruben L from Newtown

    I run quite a bit, and I haven't encountered any other wireless headphones that tick the boxes as well as this set.

    * Long (long!) battery life? Check!
    * Great (customizable) sound? Check!
    * Good fit for exercising? Check!
    * Comfortable fit for normal use? Check!
    * Sweat and water-resistant? Check!

    My other set, the BeatsX, clearly wasn't made for sporting and as such, it didn't survive beyond a year or so.
    These definitely should, and I think they sound better too. I also like how easy it is to adjust these so you can wear the buds with the cable over your ears. No dangling cord and they really do stay put.

    The only "downside" is the proprietary charging cable, but I guess this is the only way to make these truly water-resistant (although I do hope Jaybird will sell the charging cable with a USB-C connection in the near future).

    In other words: one of the best Bluetooth (sport) headphones out there.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great sound, comfortable, sweatproof

    • Written by Wes K from Dayton

    I have used original AirPods since they were released and my only issue for a long time had been them not staying put on runs and while working out. I decided to try the tarah pros because the AirPods started pausing randomly and my left ear tap function was hit or miss.
    The tarah pros sound much better than the original AirPods.
    Noise isolation is certainly noticeable although it is passive. I work out daily in a loud gym and where I once heard everything around me plus my music it’s only the most obnoxious folks that come through.
    The earbuds are comfortable once you find the right size. There are three sizes included.
    I sweat a lot and these things have shown no issues thus far. There is a warning not to have the charging connection wet when hooking them up but if you need help figuring that out, that’s a you problem.
    Bluetooth connectivity is NOT an issue. There’s no W1 chip and it’s not a put them in your ears and they connect automatically, but you turn them on and they connect to your phone automatically. I haven’t tried using them with my computer and switching back and forth.

    The charging cable is super short and I am using a portable charger out of convenience. This has been my only issue thus far. Battery life is exceptional and it tells you how much battery is there each time you turn it on.

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