The Good The $39 Tenqa Remxd headphones are sturdy, offer good battery life, and are a decent value for Bluetooth headphones. You can also use the headphones as a wireless headset for making calls on your Bluetooth-enabled cell phone.
The Bad Headband won't fit smaller heads; can't charge the headphones with a standard Micro-USB charging cable; headphones don't fold flat.
The Bottom Line Despite their ho-hum design and sound, the relatively inexpensive Tenqa Remxd headphones are a good value for a Bluetooth model.
Bluetooth cans for those on a budget
A set of entry-level stereo Bluetooth headphones typically costs over $50 and usually closer to $100. But Tenqa's selling its Remxd Bluetooth headphones, an on-ear model that comes in black or white, for just $39.
So are they any good?
Well, the short answer is they're not bad. They have a pretty ho-hum design and are relatively compact, though they don't fold up. You've probably seen headphones with similar designs (Urban Ears was apparently the first with it). While they're not swanky, the headphones have a serviceable quality to them. Everything is faux leather, of course, and the material on the earpads has a little bit of a vinyl feel to it.