What is more, smartphones or headphones that we can connect to them? No doubt I will write the other and I think you will agree with me. Anyway, just look at the reviews, where did some of those with headphones go? Headphones are different and can be divided not only by type or price but also by destination. Plantronics BackBeat Fit is a cordless handset with an unusual look that will give people an active time.
This time slightly different, because the review is in video format, hence the text will be a little complementary to what I said above in the film. Or I did not say, because after the wake up I realized that there is nothing about batteries. But calmly, how much time you will be able to run without needing to recharge will you find out a bit lower in the text.
Plantronics BackBeat FIT is a headset that is sure to stand out in design and performance. The first thing that surprised me was the very low weight – just 24 grams – and the fact that the headband is very flexible. I thought earlier that it would be a slightly biased bias, which would make it easier to wear headphones. And since the assumption is that, if we do this, BackBeat FITs stick their heads like a gecko panes in the terrarium and are very comfortable. It is also interesting that the outside earphones are covered with reflective paint (this is the silver strap on the headband), so we will be visible even when running late in the evening (or at least our head, unless we “dress” in other glare).
Plantronics BackBeat FIT headsets are waterproof because they meet the IP57 standard and what is unusual are also covered with P2i. What gives us this? First and foremost, the headphones can get wet and they should not be left standing as if we were running rain, or even falling asleep to a pool, for example, but swimming in the pool would be a good idea. The microUSB connector is under the cover, but it does not have any seal, and its implementation raises some doubts.
Plantronics BackBeat FIT / galactic photo
At first I mentioned the battery, so click over here now it will expand. According to the handset manufacturer, they are able to withstand up to 8 hours of continuous music listening, 6 hours of talk time and up to 14 days of standby. I admit that the last two parameters I did not check, because it is difficult to talk to someone for so long, but the time of music playback has verified and I am surprised because it is close to what Plantronics says. In my case, the playlist played over a little over 7 hours. Headphones connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth, pairing is a matter of time, and coverage is basically based on where we use them. It is well known that while running the phone we will always have with us, but if someone wants to use BackBeat FIT eg as a headset at home or in the company they will also work – they have a built-in microphone – but go to another room or just away from The phone may cause interruptions, “jerking” or total loss of sound.
Plantronics BackBeat FIT are up for grabs for $329. Is it worth it? As much as I mentioned at the end of the video review. You can spend more if this product is good. And in the case of BackBeat FIT it is. They will be perfect when running, exercising at the gym or hiking and cycling, but they can also be used in the car or at home, even if they are not looking for it.…Read More