When I received the Rebelite Bluetooth Wireless Talk n' Walk Premium Stereo Headphones, I was quite excited to try it. This is available in 4 colors and for a change, I chose the lime green color.
- Lime Green Rebelite Headphones
- USB cable
- instruction page
The headphones have a black and lime green color. The strap headband is made out of plastic and it can be adjusted. The 2 ear pieces have a soft and cushioned ear pad.
There is also a small LED light indicator located below the skip forward button which shows the status of the headphones whether it's pairing, charging or in use.
Pairing the Rebelite Bluetooth Wireless Talk n' Walk Premium Stereo Headphones is easy and quick. For first time pairing, after switching the headphones on, the LED light blinks an alternating red and blue light. My smartphone and iPad mini automatically detected the Rebelite Stereo Headphones and just had to click the name of the bluetooth headphones on my phone and it didn't require me to input any codes. According to the instruction manual, if it asks for a code, enter "0000". After the first time pairing, the Rebelite blue tooth headphones automatically connects to my phone/tablet as soon as I turn it on as long as the blue tooth on my device is turned on as well.
The cushioned ear pad is really comfortable on my ears. I watched more than 4 episodes of Game Of Thrones using this and my ears didn't hurt at all. I love that this is so comfortable since most headphones I've tried makes my ear hurt after I've used it for a few hours.
The controls are easy to use as well. I also tried making a call with this headphones and the sound and quality of the call is nice. The sound quality of the music is clear as well. Playing time is approximately more than 4 hours in median volume setting (I estimated the time because this lasted in continuous play for more than 4 episodes of Game of Thrones) and charging time is approximately 2 hours. The red LED light means active charging and when the headphones is fully charged, the light turns off.
There is also a 3.5 mm jack at the bottom of the right earpiece to plug this in a device with no bluetooth capabilities. I did have to turn on the bluetooth headphones even though I plugged it in a 3.5 mm jack so it still consumes batteries.
This headphones is charged using the USB cable included in the box. I noticed a static/crackling sound when the Rebelite Headphones' volume level is set to a lower setting but the static/crackling sound goes away when the volume is set up to the medium/high setting. This can be also used as a noise cancellation headphones when volume is set up to the highest level.
I like how simple it is to use this headphones and I love how comfortable it is on my ears. The continuous play time is a bit short compared to my other blue tooth headphones at home but this might be the most comfortable among the ones I've tried.
You can watch my video review below. :)