iFrogz Summit Wireless: A bargain priced wireless sports headphone
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iFrogz has a new line of inexpensive bluetooth headphones out for the 2016 holiday season and this is probably my favorite of the bunch the Summit Wireless a [UNKNOWN] model that retails put $35.
I can't tell you that sounds great but does sound decent enough for the money and just as importantly fits comfortably and securely in comes with the A few different silicon tips and wings that help lock the buds in place.
I'm also a fan of the headphones signature design feature on the inline remote which has the battery, microphone, and all the electronics there's a magnetic clasp that allows you to clip the headphone to your shirt.
You can also wrap the cord around the remote and keep everything in place with the clasp.
Battery life is rated at ten hours at moderate volume levels.
And the headphone is sweat-resistant, though it's far from waterproof with only IPX2 certification.
As you might expect from an inexpensive wireless headphone, you're not looking at premium build quality here, and I can't tell you how well this will hold up over several months of use.
But for 35 bucks you are getting a lightweight comfortable wireless headphone that sounds decent enough and can be used for running or just walking around and that's not a bad deal.
I'm David Carnoy for cnet.com.
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