• 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by Zachary C from New iberia

    never even heard of a better wireless head phone never gave me trouble great sound quality and charge time

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Expensive garbage

    • Written by Cassidy C from Eugene

    Im normally not the kind of person to write reviews but this time I'm willing to make an exception. after 2 months of light use the wireless feature on my solo 3s stopped working. I received these for free when purchasing my MacBook. the sound quality is nothing impressive, I would compare it to a pair of earbuds you buy at a gas station. if your looking to invest in a pair of quality headphones look into the Bose qc 35. Had I not received these for free I wouldn't be caught dead with them.

    15 of 20 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Beats Solo 3

    • Written by Thinashe M from East London

    Honestly speaking I have loved the Bests Brand for years but now I’m realizing how the quality of these products I’ve bought is just ridiculous, I bought my first pair of beats three years ago and I just assumed that when they broke it was time fo them to go and I let it go and now I’ve recently bought a Beats Pill that is amazing but quite heavy. I bought a second pair of Beats headphones, the Beats Solo3 in Rose Gold and they started falling apart probabaly after 4-6 months of having them, I disregarded the fact that the top part/cushion was falling off and decided to carry on using them and then my right speaker stopped functioning not so long after I carried on using them, so I begged my parents for a new pair and now I got a third pair of Beats Solo 3 in Satin silver and I’ve probably only had them for 2-3 months and they are already falling apart, I would probably go with Bose Headphones or even AirPods for my next purchase because the Beats aren’t worth the money and they are obviously made with cheap products. One last thing, the carrying case is a nice addition until the clip thing takes the flap right out of the case and you can no longer use the clip thing to hold your beats so then there’s no point of the case. Honestly I’m disappointed in Beats because I always heard they’re sound was good and it is good but also with the Beats as soon as you put the volume to high everyone can hear what you’re listening to so you end up not using it to it’s full potential, I feel played. But they do look really nice, by the way I listen to music quite a lot maybe 4 hours on average per day.
    Hope this helps you :)

    31 of 41 people found this useful