Slip on the Altec Lansing Behind-the-Ear Earphones and power through those reps and sets as your favorite tunes keep you moving. The reflective cable keeps you visible during low-light outdoor workouts, while the IPX7 waterproof design can stand up to sweat and inclement weather.
Features and Benefits
Magnetic earbuds with a behind-the-ear design that stays in place during your workouts
Bluetooth® compatible for a wireless connection with Bluetooth®-enabled devices
Deliver crystal-clear sound
3 sizes of Freebit ear tips are included for a comfortable fit
IPX7 waterproof construction
Includes a built-in lithium-ion battery
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What's in the Box
Altec Lansing Behind-the-Ear Earphones
3 sizes of Freebit ear tips
Rated 2 out of
I wish I could continue to use them.Great price. One the better side of comfortable. Volume could be louder; good in normal surroundings, poor in loud surroundings. Battery life is reasonable. Charging time is reasonable.
I use wireless Bluetooth headsets all day, everyday, at work. I go through a lot of them, (about 4-5 a year).
I would continue to use mine, except the charging port has failed. It failed in several ways.
-- The ear bud does not lock into the charging port. While charging, if the resting charging dock is disturbed, then the connection is broken and the headset will not charge.
-- The charging dock's micro-USB port is flimsy, at best. I had to angle the wire in a specific way, in order to force power from the cord to the charging dock.
-- The wiring, inside the charging dock, was poorly connected and hardly made contact with the PCB.
I would love to keep using this headset, but I cannot. The charging dock is shot and cannot be fixed.
I work at a large company, and, almost, everybody that works with me, on my site and others around the globe, use Bluetooth headsets at work. I was going to recommend this headset to my co-workers. But because of this major flaw, I will be telling my co-workers to steer clear of this headset.
As of 2016, the company I work for had, >72,000 permanent employees and >45,000 full-time contractors. Because I have had so much experience, with a wide variety of headsets, I keep an internal bulletin board that is shared with everyone who has a company email.
Altec Lansing was a family favorite growing up in my household; but, as the saying goes, they don't make them like they used to.