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aLLreLi Soba Bluetooth 4.0 Headphones [Retractable & Foldable] Neckband Wireless Universal Stereo Headset for iPhone 8, Galaxy S8 and Other Bluetooth Enabled Devices
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- MADE FOR LIFE ON THE ROAD Folding design allows the retractable BlueTooth headset to easily fit inside of your travel bag or even in your pocket to take with you anywhere
- A PERFECT FIT--GUARANTEED BlueTooth 4.0 headphone has retractable earbud cords. Push the buttons on the sides and pull until they're the perfect length to ensure your comfort. Push again to retract the cords for easy storage
- NEVER MISS A CALL ON THE GO Vibrating function lets you know when someone's calling, and the integrated mic allows you to have an entire conversation without ever reaching for your phone
- IMPRESSIVE SOUND QUALITY Advanced multipoint V4 technology allows the retractable headset with mic to pair with mobile devices quickly and to stream music and calls with crystal clear HD sound
- EXTRA LONG BATTERY LIFE Enjoy 18 hours of talk time or 16 hours of music! Battery can last through 300 hours of standby time before requiring a charge
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Headphones and earbuds allow you to have conversations hands free and listen to music wherever you go, but packing these audio accessories in a bag or putting them in your pocket can lead to a mess.
But now it's finally possible to listen to music and talk without all the hassles that come with conventional headsets and earbuds.
aLLreLi Soba Headset is a revolutionary smartphone and tablet accessory made for people who are always on the go. The headset folds in half, so you can easily tuck it away in a bag or your pocket when you're not using it. The earbuds are positioned at the end of retractable cords that you can pull to the perfect length. Then, the cords will disappear into the headset at a touch of a button, eliminating worries about tangling!
With the aLLreLi Headset, you'll benefit from the latest advancements in BlueTooth and audio technology. The BlueTooth 4.0 headphone features advanced multipoint V4.0 functionality and fully supports HSP, HFP, A2DP and AVRCP. 6GCVC noise cancellation technology reduces background noise, so that you can focus on the music, not on what's going on around you.
This retractable BlueTooth headset can be used with all iOS, Android, Windows and other smartphones and tablets equipped with BlueTooth functionality. When you receive a call, the retractable headset with mic vibrates to let you know, and you can answer with just the push of a button. A powerful battery supplies you with enough power for 16 hours of music streaming or 18 hours of conversation.
Please don't pull the headset out by force which will break the spring.
If the headset is pull out and stuck, please pull it to the max and press the button to retract.
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I thought I would leave a quick review, I paid £19.99 for these at the time and bought them based on the reviews on the 10th feb 2017.
Previously I owned LG Tone Pro HBS 750 which I bought for £38.99 in Sept 2015 which lasted around 17 months.
I don't expect my headphones to last as they are used constantly at work everyday and for up to 8 hours, but I do like them to last more than a few months or at least get to a year of use before they fail and this is where the allreli soba have let me down in just under 6 months with the cable failing on the left hear, bend the wire in funny ways and you might get sound back but move your head and then its gone.
I will always compare to the LG as these for me lasted a good amount of time and for the hours they clocked up they were worth every penny.
Build quality is poor and I have been expecting them to break before the headset failed but they have survived, pretty easy though when the cable failed in just under six months.
Sound is good but the volume rocker in annoying and when on the phone that is good but the occasional phone call I have experienced a drop in quality and connection issues at times when using the phone for some reason and when turning the headset off the phone as no issues with the call.
The range is pretty amazing I was very impressed at this along with the packaging.
But the simple fact for me is 5.5 months for £20 v 17 Months of use for £38.99, I will be shopping for a new pair of LG next time and staying away from the unknown Chinese brands on amazon.
Having tried a number of neckband in-ear sets (I prefer them to standard bluetooth iems as the latter have smaller batteries and the weight of the earpieces tends to pull them out of the ear or prove uncomfortable), these seem, on initial acquaintance, to be remarkable value for the quality.
The sound quality is excellent (especially with the unexpected inbuilt equaliser allowing three different levels of bass), and if the battery life (as yet untested) is as good as is claimed, I shall be highly delighted with them.
I was concerned about the length of the cable being too short to reach my ears, but it is easily long enough.
Build quality looks good.
Shame there isn't a black version but that's a very minor quibble.
Oh, and the manual is wrong about button presses, it suggests a long press for volume change and a short press for track change, but in fact it's the other way round, but none of that affects the performance.
The bad stuff:
The sound quality coming in is pretty good as long as you stick to voice calls, but you wouldn't choose this just to listen to music; there's very little that would put the speakers in this above cheap earbuds. Also, the microphone doesn't always pick up my voice clearly enough for the person on the other end to hear me and whilst that's fine in the car (as I can raise my voice) I wouldn't feel comfortable using these in public.
That said, the kit is really light and comfortable. The retracting earbuds are great, if a little big for my ears (but I always have trouble with earbuds), the cords are plenty long enough and the controls are easy enough to use without looking. Also, the fact that holding down the call button activates the microphone (thing 'OK Google') is really useful.
Update 2: the replacements broke after a further seven months; this time the left ear-piece has stopped working suddenly and completely.
Overall, I'm satisfied with the purchase since these headphones are less than half the cost of the LG LBS-730 that they were bought to replace but have a slightly longer battery life. I like the half-black/half-white version I bought. They're slightly bulkier but this is not a problem; indeed I would have gratefully accepted a larger LG LBS-730 for improved battery life. The Allreli Soba headset is more rigid and this may make them more susceptible damage but that's just a guess.
The main problems I have are that the on-off switch requires much more force than the LG headset and the fast forward/backward and volume up/down functions are activated with a single pair of switches (long-press vs short-press) and I rather preferred the separate switches on the LBS-730. A consequential problem is that you while you can skip forward and backwards, you can't fast-forward/backwards within a track like you can with the LG LBS-730 as a result of this sharing of a single pair switches. The biggest failing is that it's easy to accidentally disconnect a call in progress if a coat collar should brush against the "multifunction" button on the right side of the headset.
A feature of the Allreli headset that I prefer is the retracting earpieces which are less cumbersome to operate than trying to find the ear pieces of the LG headset and place them close enough to their receptacles for the magnetic field to take over. The mechanism is quite noisy when deploying the earpieces however and the wires are thinner but that doesn't necessarily mean they'll be too weak to last.
I'm not an audiophile and cannot discern any difference in the quality of music between the LG and Allreli headsets. I cannot fault either but do not feel qualified to make such judgements.
If you're loaded, maybe consider getting an LG variant (LBS 730 is still available but no longer manufactured) to avoid the small flaws in this headset but if you're of more modest means or just prefer the features, the Allreli Soba offers a good bang:buck ratio.
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