Pretty decent but a few problems...
So, I will start this review with the shipping. I purchased them on September 20th and received them on November 12th. My initial opinion when unboxing them was that they had to be amazing for waiting that long. I had previously used some Klipsch earbuds that shocked me and I had 2 pairs of Jabra 65t's. I unboxed them and to my surprise(?) they came with 3 types of earbuds, 2 of which had 3 different sizes and the third type was a very short tip. Connecting them was slightly confusing as you have to pair them separately but not a huge problem to me. Onto the Bluetooth connecting, I use a Samsung S8 btw, you have to pair them (almost) every time yourself. The few times they have paired automatically is because for some reason the charging case did not turn them off.
Now, onto the sound (finally). Coming from Jabra 65t's I despised (because of the Master/Slave setup) these sound actually really good. I personally am someone who loves heavy bass but not overpowering so the bass (with certain tips!) sound really good even considering the Klipsch earbuds. I have heard that Airpods and Beats Pro's sound amazing (both of which my brother owned at the time of receiving) so I compared them and these seemed to easily beat the Airpods and Beats Pro's. I couldn't really tell if there was a break/burn-in period but if there was, then I have probably passed it by now (I listen to lots of music almost every day).
In conclusion, I honestly don't know if I should recommend these. You should easily be able to find them cheaper on other sites, some people apparently get faulty pairs, you have to pair them manually, and they don't turn off in the case sometimes. However, the bass is very nicely balanced, it comes with an abundance of earbud tips, look very flush (with my ears at least), look very nice in certain colors (I bought copper), and charge with USB-C.