• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Don’t buy it for exercises! I’m in the 3rd in 8 months!

    If you run or sweat during classes or academy lifiting weight, this could be a big waste of money!! I’ve purchased mine in February and the blietooth just didn’t work. So I’ve changed for a new one in an authorized dealer ( inside garantee). So I wore during bike rides and walks. I always wear my 15 dollar skull candy sports for heavy duty exercises (running and lifting weights). So when I decided to wear PB3 in june cuz’ they were supposedly made for exercises, in the very first heavy sweating gym class, the device failed when I started to sweat. And I decided to use my skull candy, that delivers a better sond and It was really sweat proof ( no bluetooth of couse). In late september I decided to make a long run with de PB3 (2+hours). And I regretted after one hour and a half. It just stopped working completely. So I’ve changed within the garantee for the thrid time. It’s kind of ridiculous paying $199,00 for a device that just doesn’t work with sweat. And I’m not alone on this complain. Read other reviews and youwill see. I wish I could see my money back or get a PB3 that sondes better and doesnt hace issues. Instead, Beats is still announcing PW3...shame!!!

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    A COMPLETE JOKE OF A PRODUCT

    Currently on my 2nd pair of Powerbeats 3 in less than 5 months! I’ll now be going on my 3rd pair once I visit apple again this week to have mine replaced AGAIN! Beats by Dre are clearly overrated! You’d assume they be of quality considering they’re owned by apple but they are complete trash! Somebody should sue apple for false claiming their products! These pieces of trash turn off on my before or in the middle of my work out once I start sweating! AVOID, go with Bose that’s quality sound right there.

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Better then other Reviews State

    I read through the other reviews before I purchased these and I was thinking I was making a mistake.
    Then I took the chance. I feel they are well worth it. I had them for some time now and I have sweated on them, got them wet a few times etc so for durability I give them a straight 5 stars.
    Sound quality for a wireless blue tooth head set I feel is fantastic especially compared to many others I have used. They are absolutely a step ahead.
    Battery life you can't ask for more time. They last what feels like forever. The first charge I thought would never wear out. So many workouts and weeks would go by and they still have plenty of power. Your iPhone tells you the % of life left each time you connect to them.
    Comfortable as I barely notice I'm wearing them after a while especially when I'm working out. I forget they are there other then the fact I'm listening to music.
    I say good luck finding a better all around headphones. I find them to be top notch.

    3 of 10 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    6 weeks

    Worked for six weeks. Purchased on 9/3/17. Used as advertised (for working out). After six weeks, would not connect to any device. After recharging, turned on but still would not connect. After turning off to try to reset, would not turn back on. Probably the worst wireless earphones on the market. DO NOT BUY. Apple service is horrible on helping you out too.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Powerbeats 3

    I will like to argue that these are the best headphones for the price and for the built quality, as well as the sound quality and that it is much more convient than other beats headphones. I had studio wireless 2.0 and I bought these for the gym, I enjoyed them so much I got rid of the my studios and stook with these and it’s almost been a year now since I bought them and I have no complaints at all. The studios wireless 2.0 were obviously the best headphones on the market, but comparing to the convience between the two for daily usage and sound quality I would much more rather to go with the Powerbeats 3...

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Won't charge or turn on

    I have had these beats for a little less than two months and they will not turn on or charge. I have tried everything and not sure what the problem is. For a product so expensive they should make sure they actually work

    8 of 9 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    disappointing

    Honestly, this is one of the most frustrating product ever. As a long distance runner I had searched and searched for headphones that met my needs in sound quality, fit, and durability. I initially thought I had found this in the powerbeats 3. The sound is perfect for me; better than anything I had ever used. The fit is perfect for me, which is saying a lot because I have never found any wireless headphones that stayed in while running.

    But that brings us to durability. If you scroll down this review board you will see the same story: there is some kind of moisture-related flaw in the design. Considering this is a sports-themed product, this is completely unacceptable. You really have to wonder about who tested these things.

    Basically, these headphones will work perfectly for a short amount of time. My 1st pair lasted about 2 months. Then it WILL begin lower the volume on its own--theres your first indicator that they are going to die out. Like any runner wants to fiddle with the volume constantly. Soon you cannot turn on or turn off without resetting them...

    The Apple service store will be gracious and apologize and have a new pair sent to you. And they will send you a refurb, which WILL do the same thing. My second pair lasted about 3 weeks.Repeat process.

    After receiving another refurb, I tried to wrap the volume control mechanism in plastic wrap and electrical tape to keep the moisture out. My 3rd pair last 1 week....

    So I guess ill be repeating this madness until my warranty wears out.

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Don't Waste Your Money!

    Worst wireless headphones I've ever used. They work well for like a week and then they don't hold a charge... and eventually they don't even turn on anymore. I've returned these and received a new pair literally 4 times in the past year and every time the same thing happens. So many better wireless headphones out there.

    7 of 7 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Don’t waste your money

    These are the worst headphones I’ve had and I will not be buying another pair nor anything else that’s” BEATS” Also don’t waste your time sending to Apple to fix because they will say it’s your fault and you will have to pay. The flexible ear attachment part happened to break off my headphones in less than 2 months ! Still covered under manufacture warranty might I add but Apple says it’s my fault and pay 100 dollars for new ones..

    8 of 9 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Great sound and battery life compared to Powerbeats 2, shotty build quality

    I own two pairs of the Powerbeats 3 and a pair of Powerbeats 2, and have done some intense listening and comparing.
    Sound and battery life have greatly increased which is great, I have however over the course of less then a year needed to replace both pairs via apple due to the mic/controller buttons failing. In both cases it happened after a sweaty work out or light rain during a bike ride or run, things that should never be an issue with sports earbuds. It would be nice if they extended warranty for existing users as there is clearly a build flaw in terms of the buttons and waterproofing.

    3 of 4 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    So far, I am really impressed

    I just got the Powerbeats 3 for only 4 days and I'm really satisfied with my purchase so far, battery life is so impressive it lasts more than 12 hours I use it all day long litterly at work, home and when I'm commuting on my bike around town, it fits well and never fall out of place the wire sometime can be annoying but not that much, sound quality is fair with plenty of bass but it can be improved by using a good equalizer app I have Dolby Atom which came bundled with my Lenovo K6.
    If things stay the same and never experienced what other reviewer is complaining about, Definitely gonna buy another Beats products it really worth it

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    I love these

    Now I'm no audiophile so I don't know a thing about bass, treble and whatnot, but what I do know is that I love these earphones. I wanted something sturdy to wear during the gym or when out walking and these are perfect. They block out sounds of other people at the gym so I don't get distracted but when out walking it doesn't completely block out noise, which I find great because it still makes me aware while listening to music or playing a podcast. The volume control is easily accessible and they fit like a charm. I can't rate them highly enough.

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Great warranty

    The only good thing about me owning Apple's Powerbeats3 is the warranty. I'm on my sixth pair of Powerbeats headphones. I've had three pairs of the PB2's and I just received my 3rd pair of PB3's. On average they last a few months, then go out. I contact Apple and after a few minutes of failed troubleshooting, they send me a brand new pair in about 3 days. Needless to say, I won't be spending any more money on Apple's Powerbeats but I will ride this awesome warranty until the wheels fall off.

    6 of 8 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Poor Quality, a step down from the Powerbeats2

    I am very disappointed with my new Powerbeats3 headphones. They are 2 month old and they have completely quit on me. I had connectivity issues after 30 days to where they would not disconnect and turn off from my phone. No they will power on after a full charge, work for 15 minutes and cut off.

    My powerbeats2 lasted almost 2 years with excessive use, i would love to replace these with a pair of the beats2.

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    DONT BUY THESE

    I bought a pair of Powerbeats in february, since then I have complained since they suddenly crash FOUR TIMES. Its a mess complaining to apple all the time for headphones that just collapse and live their own life. DO NOT BUY THESE.

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    NOT resistant to sweat damage

    After about two months of use, the headphones LED started blinking 3 times and would not connect or power on. Google “Powerbeats 3 flashing LED” and you’ll see that this is happening to more than just me.

    The headphones do get exposed to lots of sweat (running outdoors in summer will do that). However, this product is sold for sports use and sweat proof. I wipe the headphones with a dry paper towel after use. Never exposed to running water.

    If you have to buy this (or have been gifted with one), don’t fall for the marketing pitch and use these carefully and avoid exposure to ANY moisture.

    Aloke
    PS: I have an appointment at the Apple Store to get this serviced. Hopefully, they will do me right and exchange the unit.

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    bad quality worse than fake beats

    Way too many issues don’t buy those earphones for God’s sake

    5 of 6 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Volume changes on its own

    I bought these only five months ago. During a run the volume begin to adjust on its own and the entire control ceased to function. Since then, the volume will sporadically change on its own. I suspect the sweat from the run is causing the problem. Even though these are advertised as sweat resistant this product clearly did not meet that standard. For a product that cost over $200, I expect it to work. I have yet to try and switch them out but seeing the other reviews withe the same problem I do not even know if its worth the effort.

    6 of 6 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Thrash broke after three weeks

    Very disappointed. Doesn't charge nor turn on. Trash.

    5 of 6 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    For the love of Pete, do not buy these.

    These headphones have some serious design flaws baked into them. I'm on my 3rd RMA of these with a scheduled appointment at the genius bar for another round. The problem is that these headphones are not suitable for use while working out. I don't know if its sweat/moisture related but the problems that I have range from not connecting to my phone, the volume magically dropping to zero on its own, the volume magically increasing to max on its own (yeah, that's a fun one when you have weights over your head), disconnecting from my phone unexpectedly, not recognizing any presses of the pause or volume buttons, not recognizing presses of the power button. I had these issues with the original pair that I bought and then each pair thereafter. Apple is always happy to give you another pair while under warranty, but once the warranty runs out, you are on your own. So buy them if you are ok with only 1 year of use out of them and live next door to the Apple store, otherwise stay away.

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