Motorola VerveOnes : Great design

I was given these a couple of months ago by the mrs to have a play with. I do enjoy listening to music so i kind of assumed she had enough of my music and wanted me to be a bit more quiet. So i thought why not, no wires for me to strangle myself on and may as well have a play. The best advice i can give you is put them back in the handy little case when you are done because hunt the earbud is not a fun game and can turn up in all kinds of wonderful places. The kids also take a great interest in this magical small thing that makes sound come out so they tend to run off with them. It is a handy piece of kit, i guess more useful for people who like to go running and enjoy exercise. I like to go walking so tested them out on a few of my walks. They do what you would expect and the sound quality from them is good. The charge lasts around 8 hours. I would like to say i did an 8 hour walk to test it but instead did it over the course of a few days to see if they lost quality less charge.

Fantastic sound quality and this is coming from someone who loves good beaty music. Solid sound so no tinny feel at all. Had them paired with my phone in under 2 minutes and off i went. You charge them in their case via a usb cable just as you would your phone and the case even twists to keep the ear buds safe when not in use which is super helpful. You can download an app to which gives you other options and even a where i last used them option . Expensive yes but will they last ?.

motorola VerveOnes+ m.E. True Wireless In-Ear Headphone with Microphone

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  • Up to 8hrs Playtime with Charging Case
  • Sweat and Water Resistant
  • Built in Microphone
  • Siri, Google Now, Alexa Compatible. 33 feet of Bluetooth range
  • TrueSync enhanced for gapless audio

I like my tech to look like it’s from the future and these motorola verveones+ are beautifully designed. They are neatly stored in their charging station which means you’re less likely to lose one of them when carrying them. The fit is good in ear and you don’t end up looking like a robot with antenna sticking out. Standard sound settings are fine and there is the obligatory app if you want to play around with settings. There are only two problems;1. I experienced a slight delay between audio and visual when watching films on my tablet. Everyone wants to ‘borrow’ them and mine are now permanently stuck in the ears of my 15 yr old stepson.

This is my first occasion to test the motorola verveones true wireless in-ear headphones and in anutshell it was a positive experience. The technology to produce them is amazing. As outlined on the web page, straight out of the package there are the ear buds plus six differentsized covers , two of which are already attached. The charging device which the ear buds neatlyfit into is, it must be said a great concept. There is an integral cover which you simply twist keepingthe ear buds safe and secure. It comes with a usb attachment for charging. Initial charging took almost three hours and subsequently possibly a bit more when the charging unitand earbuds were completely discharged. In operation, it worked very well. Firstly and obviously you have to link it up via the bluetooth settingson your phone or tablet in my case and ipad. In terms of sound and to maximise it you must download the app from the app store as it makes areal difference. In terms of continuing connectivity it is important to have your device at a reasonably close distance. The ear buds are differentiated by the r being the master and the l defined as the ‘slave. ‘i used the ear buds for approximately six hours and the device needed a charge. In terms of setting of use-i used them on the train , (so relaxing without wires,) and on a walk.

The motorola wireless in-ear headphones are great. They look minimalist and charge pretty quickly. I like the case they come in, it is functional and practical. The in-ear pieces come with three caps of silicone to chose for your perfect fit. Good bass and treble, i have several earphones and this is very good for bluetooth wireless. The trusync is great and on the tube or cycling makes a huge difference not having wires to untangle. You will need to download the app, as without it you might as well buy something else, the app is crucial for good performance. The app allows you to chose the presets or set the equaliser. Overall, great in-ear headphones, a bit pricey, but still great even at this price range.

motorola VerveOnes+ m.E. True Wireless In-Ear Headphone with Microphone : For the price there are probably much better earbuds. First off design and style is great and the earbuds initially feel comfortable. However then the initial start up speech is really awful. Like somebody trying to communicate on a ww2 walkie talkie. There is a constant hissing noise when no sound is playing that fades into the background between tracks, however pausing brings it back. This is one of those earbuds that makes your ears ache after a prolonged period of use. It should be fine during a short gym workout, but wearing for a couple of hours would be unbearable. I think this is related to the hissing sound as other bluetooth headsets i’ve used with the same issue result in the same headaches/earaches. The fit giving the awkward shape is acceptablemusic actually sounds decent on the unit.

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One Response to Motorola VerveOnes : Great design

  1. Anonymous says:

    This review is from : motorola VerveOnes+ m.E. True Wireless In-Ear Headphone with Microphone

    These verveones earbuds are great for using with newer devices where there is no headphone port. They are very simple to pair to bluetooth and link the right and left buds. The buttons on the actual earbuds take a bit of getting used to and i found it easier to use my phone to control volume, tracks etc. I find them fairly comfortable to wear for up to an hour but after that they start to hurt so i would only recommend them for short periods of time. The sound is good generally however i did find the sound in the left bud dropped out occasionally which is frustrating. The buds charge well in the handy charging case which also keeps them clean and dry.
    • 3.0 out of 5 stars Pros and cons says:
      These verveones earbuds are great for using with newer devices where there is no headphone port. They are very simple to pair to bluetooth and link the right and left buds. The buttons on the actual earbuds take a bit of getting used to and i found it easier to use my phone to control volume, tracks etc. I find them fairly comfortable to wear for up to an hour but after that they start to hurt so i would only recommend them for short periods of time. The sound is good generally however i did find the sound in the left bud dropped out occasionally which is frustrating. The buds charge well in the handy charging case which also keeps them clean and dry.
  2. Anonymous says:

    This review is from : motorola VerveOnes+ m.E. True Wireless In-Ear Headphone with Microphone

    These earbuds refused to connect to my samsung galaxy j3 (2016) phone, or any other bluetooth device i own. I downloaded the app as instructed and followed the instructions to make sure the earbuds were fully charged, then removed and replaced, before attempting connection. I did an online search that suggested using the traditional way of connecting a bluetooth device to my phone, but that didn’t work either. I have emailed motorola support for advice, but they have not yet replied. I’ll update this review if they do so. The ear buds look stylish, as does the charger. The app is easy to download and installed without a problem, but unless i’m able to connect to the earbuds via bluetooth i’m unable to tell you how well they actually work.
    • 2.0 out of 5 stars Impressive looking earbuds let down by inability to connect with my mobile phone... says:
      These earbuds refused to connect to my samsung galaxy j3 (2016) phone, or any other bluetooth device i own. I downloaded the app as instructed and followed the instructions to make sure the earbuds were fully charged, then removed and replaced, before attempting connection. I did an online search that suggested using the traditional way of connecting a bluetooth device to my phone, but that didn’t work either. I have emailed motorola support for advice, but they have not yet replied. I’ll update this review if they do so. The ear buds look stylish, as does the charger. The app is easy to download and installed without a problem, but unless i’m able to connect to the earbuds via bluetooth i’m unable to tell you how well they actually work.
      • Anonymous says:
        –2nd edit/update–and now, unfortunately, just over a week after developing the charge holding (or lack thereof) issue in the left bud, the bud wont charge at all now – i dock it, it flashes red for a bit, but then wont turn on – so its basically dead. As before – if youre a heavy user of earphones, may be worth buying for the great sound, comfort and functionality as you’ll be able to return them if this issue develops in yours, and hopefully its just an issue with my pair and not a manufacturing fault; but for me these are now completely useless. And to be honest for how i use them i wouldnt pay £135 for a new pair when “good enough” ones can be bought for £100 less. —edit/update—ive begrudgingly had to drop my initial rating of these buds (which ive left the waffle of on below in case my issue is a one off); for the simple reason that the left bud has developed a fault after just over 6 weeks, where it no longer holds a charge. When docked in the cradle, it lights up with the charging light, but after less than 5 minutes of play i get a “low battery” warning notification, then another 3 or so minutes later it shuts down. The right bud still works flawlessly, ive not dropped or got them wet, or in any way damaged or mishandled the left one (or the cradle) – so im not sure what this is caused by other than a poor connection inside. Ive even tried charging the left bud in the right dock socket – the issue still remains, while the right bud charges in either socket, and keeps a normal charge no problem. Its a massive shame, as these were fantastic, but due to them now being unusable for listening to music properly, ive had to go back to my simple wired ones. Ive changed my rating as i dont know if this is a common flaw, and i think its only fair to put this update in case it is – and while it might seem odd that i would in fact still recommend them, i do so because i think if youre a heavy user these are really great phones, and if you bought these (my pair were a free test product) you would be able to return/ exchange them if the same issue happened with yours – they are otherwise a great pair of buds. —original review—these are a great looking pair of buds, housed in a quirky but robust charging/ storage cradle, and give probably the best sound, sound versatility and connectivity ive experienced in ear buds.
  3. 1.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic buds (though my set have developed a fault after 6 weeks) says:

    This review is from : motorola VerveOnes+ m.E. True Wireless In-Ear Headphone with Microphone

    –2nd edit/update–and now, unfortunately, just over a week after developing the charge holding (or lack thereof) issue in the left bud, the bud wont charge at all now – i dock it, it flashes red for a bit, but then wont turn on – so its basically dead. As before – if youre a heavy user of earphones, may be worth buying for the great sound, comfort and functionality as you’ll be able to return them if this issue develops in yours, and hopefully its just an issue with my pair and not a manufacturing fault; but for me these are now completely useless. And to be honest for how i use them i wouldnt pay £135 for a new pair when “good enough” ones can be bought for £100 less. —edit/update—ive begrudgingly had to drop my initial rating of these buds (which ive left the waffle of on below in case my issue is a one off); for the simple reason that the left bud has developed a fault after just over 6 weeks, where it no longer holds a charge. When docked in the cradle, it lights up with the charging light, but after less than 5 minutes of play i get a “low battery” warning notification, then another 3 or so minutes later it shuts down. The right bud still works flawlessly, ive not dropped or got them wet, or in any way damaged or mishandled the left one (or the cradle) – so im not sure what this is caused by other than a poor connection inside. Ive even tried charging the left bud in the right dock socket – the issue still remains, while the right bud charges in either socket, and keeps a normal charge no problem. Its a massive shame, as these were fantastic, but due to them now being unusable for listening to music properly, ive had to go back to my simple wired ones. Ive changed my rating as i dont know if this is a common flaw, and i think its only fair to put this update in case it is – and while it might seem odd that i would in fact still recommend them, i do so because i think if youre a heavy user these are really great phones, and if you bought these (my pair were a free test product) you would be able to return/ exchange them if the same issue happened with yours – they are otherwise a great pair of buds. —original review—these are a great looking pair of buds, housed in a quirky but robust charging/ storage cradle, and give probably the best sound, sound versatility and connectivity ive experienced in ear buds.

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