• 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Volume Control Stopped Working

    During one of my most recent workouts the volume control on the headphones stopped working. I imagine that this was due to perspiration but I had purchased these headphones with the belief that they would be resistant to sweat. Disappointed and will be looking for headphones that can withstand these issues.

    4 of 4 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Garbage

    These headphones are garbage. I’m on my second set. They are not sweat proof . These need to pull off the market until they can get the sweatproffing corrected. No wonder Dre sold them this product. It’s garbage I am so unhappy I paid too much money for this product to be this bad.

    8 of 8 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Nightmare

    Don't even think to buy this trash I used it for two weeks and working good after that the nightmare starting: - disconnected suddenly and simultaneously - not charging - open Siri without press button - increase and decrease volume (crazy behavior) I try to replaced it but they refused since when they test it its working good but once I use it at home it's going to crazy so I throw it :)

    4 of 4 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Garbage product

    I bought my first pair in October 2016, and was so excited. They did not last long before the volume began turning down on its own and would not turn back up. Then they just would not turn on. I thought I just got a bad pair so I ordered a second and those only lasted about two weeks, I was able to get my third pair by returning the second. Now the third pair will not turn on. That's three pairs of expensive powerbeats in one year that are unreliable. This is a garbage product and should be taken off the market.

    4 of 4 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Don't waste your money

    After using Powerbeats 2's for 2 years and being very happy, the ear piece broke. Which I am not gentle so yeah not to mad. Decided to order the Powerbeats 3's for a few bucks more. Well once I got them and tried them on I knew they sucked. You want to know the difference between the 2's and 3's Audio quality is way better on the 2's. Comfort of the 2's is far superior , even the cord to wrap around the neck on the 3's sucks its so stiff it never laid flat. Wore them once and returned them to order 2's Oh and the 3's even when powered off, if I walk near them they power on and connect to my phone...hello I don't my battery draining while sitting there. Whoever designed and quality controlled these should be fired. Remember back when Apple was all about the consumer experience....apparently neither does Apple (Beats)

    3 of 3 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Nothing good to say about these

    I really dont have anything positive to say about these. Got about 4 months out of them before the battery wouldn't hold its charge. I sue these in the gym and they really didn't live up to my expectations. They are overly heavy, the band at the back is heavy and when you move your head it tugs at the earphones. The earphones often came loose, I tried all the different ear buds. Given the price point, this was a real disappointment for a brand I trusted

    4 of 4 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Look nice but don't last

    I like the design and feel but they are just not reliable. I've spent more time not being able to use them than actually using them. I've taken them to the Apple store 3 times and O still have issues with them every few weeks. One time the controllers stop working so I couldn't pause or move to the next song. Most recently they just won't charge. I really want to like them but I can't recommend them to anyone.

    11 of 11 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic sports & activity headphones

    I use these headphones daily while working out and doing chores around the house. They pair reliably with my iPhone, Apple Watch, and rMBP with easy switching between devices. They provide some noise isolation, but not so much that I feel cut off while out running. The customizable ear hooks hold them securely in place while running, flinging around kettlebells, or cranking out burpees while covered in sweat. Audio quality is fine for listening to music or podcasts while engaged in other activities, but they're no match for serious headphones like my AudioQuest Nighthawks for fully enjoying music. The microphone works great for making phone calls and seems to reject keyboard and other environmental noises well. I've had these headphones for about six months, and while the pricing is steep, they've been extremely reliable for me.

    4 of 7 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    disappointing

    it's a mess when you use iphone, apple watch and PB3. It's impossible to control the volume, play, pause or forward with the earphones, instead of enjoying my excercise I'm fighting with the watch or phone to keep control of my music. Sometimes I can´t even switch off the earphones by pushing its button, so I need to switch off bluetooth on my iphone, and then try tu push off the button on the earphones. Some other times even when I stopped the music on my device, the earphones start playng randomly any playlist it finds. While you are doing some excercise, after some minutes without complaining... then volume starts lowering automatically, without pushing any button... so then starts another fight to turn it up directly on the iphone. When the PB3 works well I must admit the sound is very clear, high, and there´s no external noise. I find them comfortable, I really do not need to be adjusting all the time. On a scale of 1 to 10 I'll rate it on 2.5. I do have some other Beats products and those are great, no complain, but powerbeats 3 are really a pain.

    14 of 14 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    disappointed

    Here's my 2nd review(and 2nd pair).I was way too nice last time.They just conked out on me mid run this morning.Just disconnected suddenly. I tried to reset them, didn't work. 1st pair lasted a year, 2nd pair only lasted 4 months.I'm going back to radioshack and buying a cheap pair of wired headphones for my workouts now. Sound quality wont be as good, but at least I know they won't break. Bad product, extremely unreliable.

    12 of 12 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Very very poor quality

    First one stopped working (couldn't be turned on) after 3 months with infrequent use. Called Apple Care, got a replacement. 2nd one stopped working (couldn't be charged) after another 3 months with infrequent use. I feel the Beats products do not hold the same quality as real Apple products. STAY AWAY FROM THIS SUCKER!

    13 of 13 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Breaks easily

    Probably wore it 15-20 times over the course of year, earbuds just snapped and broke.... and not covered under the warranty..

    11 of 14 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    I expected better for the price

    I have had my powerbeats 3 for about a week and a half now and am displeased to say the least, that I am already facing issues with them. The sound could be a bit louder however this is not the root of my problems. I have used them while skateboarding, working out or simply walking to class and have faced multiple incidents where they will randomly disconnect from my iPhone and cause the music to pause or stop playing. I have also tried to use them with my MacBook pro and just have not been able to successfully get them to pair. Even after reseting them and make sure their firmware was up to date I could only get them to pair after about 30 minutes of clicking the connect button on my mac. I am sure that my mac is not the issue as i have used my other earphones and speakers to connect and had no issue. Overall the earphones connect well with my phone with the exception of the two or three times they had disconnected.

    9 of 10 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Don't Stay on my Ears

    This product was sold to me on the premise that they are customizable and would fit perfectly to my ears, even while running. I am constantly adjusting them while walking, and I have tried all of the different buds that are provided with them. The sound quality is decent, but overall would not recommend these.

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 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!!!

    10 of 10 people found this useful

  • 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.

    5 of 12 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.

    7 of 7 people found this useful

  • 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...

    1 of 3 people found this useful

  • 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