[Review] Mixcder bluetooth earphones

bluetooth headphonesThe Mixcder bluetooth headphones work pretty well, overall. They are attractive, comfortable, and the battery life is decent. However, the bluetooth disconnects from your device if you are only a few feet away. You must keep the device close to the headphones at all times or it disconnects and pauses what you’re trying to listen to. This can be quite a frustration if you are trying to work and move around very much.

Initially, I was concerned that the headphones would not be very comfortable, and that they would not remain securely on my ears while I moved around. Thankfully, I have been pleasantly surprised by how sturdy and easy to use they are, and I have gotten a lot of good use out of them already.
Sound quality is not as great as beats or other name brands, however for the money they are a great product to use for exercise. I will continue to use these Mixcder bluetooth headphones frequently when at the gym, and would recommend them as a solid set to keep on hand.

 

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Anna Cumbow

Anna is a reviewer, writer, and website builder. She is also a full time parent and teacher, and shares her knowledge of useful products in the hopes that it may be helpful to others. That, and it's just fun to try out cool stuff with her kids and husband, Matt. If you find her thoughts helpful, feel free to follow her other work at
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Anna is a reviewer, writer, and website builder. She is also a full time parent and teacher, and shares her knowledge of useful products in the hopes that it may be helpful to others. That, and it's just fun to try out cool stuff with her kids and husband, Matt. If you find her thoughts helpful, feel free to follow her other work at RaisingKidsReviews.wordpress.com beingMOMme.com GrowingUpAroundTheWorld.wordpress.com And FlyRodChronicles.tv