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Just got mine yesterday. They look great, but when removing from the plastic shell packaging the cable pulled out from the earpiece with absolutely no pressure. I shoved it back in but I'm not so sure it's going to stay in securely. I've only used these a couple of times, but the BT range seems much shorter than advertised. I'm using them with an iPhone 6S which has a good BT antenna and works well with other products. With my phone in my back pocket the audio will break and skip often. The fit seems a little off, you definitely need to insert and rotate up 1/4 turn for a decent seal, though even the smallest tips seem too big for my ears which are not small. I'd have some concerns about using these during anything active, they'll totally go flying somewhere. Sound quality is okay, definitely not audiophile, if I had to choose I'd go with a pair of iPhone earbuds. Controls work well, status alerts are in English by default. Weight is lighter than expected, definitely a plus. Going to wait a few days and see if the BT range issues resolve but these might need to be sent back as product not as expected.
For me it's not a lack of range as much as weird directional issues. 4ft away in one direction, dropped; walk 30ft in the other direction, fine. Really weird. This is on a 6P which doesn't have this issue on a cheap pair of Sony's.
Hmmm I'll definitely test that out later today and report back. That could certainly explain why it's fine in hand and terrible when phone is in back pocket. Thanks!
I did have a strange BT interference issue when my iPod nano was on the same arm as my Fitbit (BT device). Whenever I moved my arm (normal walking motion), the audio would go in and out. After I switched arms and the problem went away. Really weird.