Bluedio is a Chinese company that is well known for its uniquely designed Bluetooth products. The price tag for Bluedio T2 Turbine Bluetooth Headphones may make one doubtful about its quality but I gave it a try because of two reasons— First, I was told to do so and I HAD to because I need to make a living; second, it’s budget-friendly so if I do end up liking it, I’m going to get it for myself with that ‘living’!
So let’s see if these headphones which cost below NRS 4000 are worth spending your Dashain Dakshina on:
WHAT’S IN THE BOX?
- 57 mm ‘Ultra Big’ Headphones
- 3.5 mm auxiliary cord
- Charging USB
- User Manual
Bluedio T2 Turbine Headphones are perfectly compatible with any smartphone, tablet or Bluetooth enabled MP3 player. The headphones support Bluetooth 4.1.
- Unique design
- Available in 4 colors- black, white, red and blue
- Built-in microphone (works only in Bluetooth mode)
- Can be used as wired headphones as well
- Foldable and compact enough to carry with you
- Wide range of controls
- SD card slot
- Comfortable padding
- Provides 40 hours of music, 45 hours of talk time and 1625 hours of standby
Okay, this is the department where these headphones lag behind. It almost looks like a toy if you go for the colorful variants. The body is made of plastic and the headphone cushions are covered with fake leather. Make sure you’re extremely cautious while handling the headphones if you don’t want them to RIP by the end of Dashain!
Moreover, the fact that we don’t get a case for storing these headphones makes it all the more difficult to ensure its safety.
Even though the plastic body makes it look ugly, it surely takes away a lot of weight so they’re pretty comfortable. The padding is also not that bad while using it for long hours. So when the box says 40 hours of non-stop music, you can try that out in comfort!
Turn on the Bluedio T2 Turbine Headphones and your device’s Bluetooth and that’s all! The process is as easy as ABC. While connecting, pairing and turning the power on and off, there’s a voice indication so that’s a plus!
Moreover, you can use the auxiliary cord if you want to use it on your laptop or any other devices without Bluetooth.
Thanks to the size of the headphones, the sound quality is as powerful as it can get. It may not deliver the best sound but it’s good for the cheap price. Especially, the bass is mind-blowing! However, that doesn’t mean that the clarity of vocals is compromised. Overall, the sound quality gives good competition to headphones which cost around 10 times more.
Bluedio T2 Turbine Bluetooth Headphones provide a wide range of controls to play around with. The scroll wheel beneath the power button can be used to skip songs whereas pressing it will play/ pause songs. Double-tapping the power button will call your last number. Needless to say, you get a button for adjusting the volume too. Thus, you can connect the headphones to your phone and shove the device in your pocket for the rest of the day.
These headphones will let you listen to music for 40 hours! That’s insane. It takes just 2 hours to fully charge them and you can keep the thought of recharging at bay for at least 2 weeks.
Knowing the cheap price, Bluedio T2 Turbine Bluetooth Headphones do not disappoint. Other than it’s fragile exterior, all other aspects like sound quality, controls, and battery life are A1. So I would not hesitate to get my hands on these headphones. Furthermore, the fact that they won’t burn a hole in my pocket is a relief!
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