Creative Outlier Sports Lightweight Bluetooth Headphone – Blue : Light and practical, but not a great sound

Good product interms of sound and build quality. However the microphone is just useless if you are in a public place as its accepting too many noises from outside and the listener hearing all those. The microphone is too sensitive i dont know whether its a pro or corn :)as my usage is listen to music during my daily travel i am quite happy with its performance. So lookfor something else if you want to use it for calling purpose.

These are bluetooth headphones, designed for sports. Connectivity is achieved by pressing and holding the on button for 2 seconds, followed by the plus button. Once connected, you can control volume, pause, play, or forward to the next track from the controller on the lead. The headphones sit comfortably in the ear, with the flexible upper ‘tail’ fitting neatly into the shape of the ear to hold in place. It is very very effective – and i really wish i’d had these when running. There are smaller buds in the box if the standard ones are too big, and spare ‘tails’. The sound quality is good – it is a very immersive sound – with considerable noise reduction when in the ears (so be careful of cars when out running / cycling). There is a good selection on the lower notes and tenor sections as well as the bass, while there is good clarity on the upper notes – and a listening to a violin is clear, without the tinniness you can get with poor quality headphones. There was just a very slight loss of roundness on some violin notes for me – a slight lack in the depth you would get with a concert violin. But i am being possibly picky – as for sports these would be wonderful, and are the best sport earphones i have tried to date.

I am a bit obsessed with bluetooth headphones for sport. I’ve had two pairs of 66 audio bts sport and a pair of mpow cheapies. These are far and away the best i’ve had. The sound quality is great, the battery life is acceptable and the build quality seems top notch. The headphones are light and extremely comfortable to wear. I highly recommend them to anyone. I’ve only had them for a week so will update this review if they don’t have staying power, but love them at the moment.

The best bluetooth headphones i had in a very long time. Fantastic sound, which i hardly ever say about ear buds. They connect in no time, they last ages on one charge. Cannot imagine headphones done any better than that.

These ear buds both sound good and look good, and are lightweight and unobtrusive. What’s more, they also stay firmly in place in your ears. However the minor price you pay for this later is that they aren’t particularly comfortable in ear. They’re not hugely uncomfortable, and all in all this isn’t a huge price to pay for not having to fiddle with them every few minutes to keep them in place. Pairing and set up was easy. It is worth noting however that they’re sweat proof not waterproof. What this means is practice is that the cable is waterproof but the earbuds and controls are not, so rain can affect them. Minor quibbles aside, i like them and use them a lot while working out.

I’m not audio file but i was looking for something that i wasn’t too worried about not having the most supreme sound but sufficient enough while training. I owned the outlier one earphones before the sports version. The sound is what it is with little separation, slightly bass heavy but not in comparison the dr beats, but with enough boom to get through a workout. I am finding the fit of the sports not quite as comfortable as the original outlier one’s and find that i’m having to adjust as i train. You can’t go wrong for the price really–i am happy enough.

What i didn’t like was the charging lead was too short. On whole they weren’t too bad. The power socket on header was a bit wobbly i doubt that the socket will last.

These are a really nice set of bluetooth headphones. There’re very light and the tips create an amazing seal to blot out the sound of the outside. They don’t even budge when doing heavy physical activities like running or playing basketballl. They connected with my android phone with out any hasstle. Just wish the buttons would be a little ‘clicky’er’. Overall brilliant product for this price point.

  • They’re very light and the sound is better than the price would indicate.
  • Highly recommended
  • Very Good except the Microphone

Creative Outlier Sports Lightweight Bluetooth Headphone – Blue

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The sound quality is good but the mic picks up ambient noise and makes it difficult to use in a public/office environment. It fits well enough during workouts and, for my use, the battery life is good too. I charge it once or twice a week. I keep it on for 10 hours a day. But listen only 30% of that time. I would have given it 5 rating.

I use to dj for many years and was never in to a bluetooth headphones but im very suprised by those little headphones, the base is nice and soft, the mids and highs are very clear and im very pedantic when it comes to the sound quality 😉 give it a go as you wont be disappointed just make sure to listen on good quality tunes :).

Disappointed with the sound of quality after reading reviews here. Thought i was getting decent sound for the price, but seems more like a £20 rather than £70 product which was the original price indicated by amazon – not sure how that is. There is little bass and imbalance with a more tinny mid sound. If you don’t listen to stuff that is particularly bassy, i’d recommend these as the general sound is ok, they are super lightweight and practical for sports. If you like deeper sounds like me, i’d stick with brands like senheisser and sony that manage to get this quality even in small in-ears like these.

The creative brand has been familiar to computer users for many years, and one that i’ve had good experiences with in the past, so i was looking forward to trying these new earphones. They were easy to pair with my windows 8 phone, linking up first time with no difficulty and in use i was pleased with the sound quality and noise isolation. I found the standard ear buds and clips to be comfortable in use, but they are supplied with spares to fit other ear sizes and shapes in case you don’t. In an ideal world, i’d have liked a slightly longer cable between earpieces as the current one sits sort of half-in/half-out of my collar and tickles my neck. Another change i would like to see is for the flashing blue light – indicating the earphones are switched on and connected to a device – to stop flashing after a little while. Listening to relaxing music in a darkened room is disrupted by the bright blue led flashing every few seconds, visible out of the corner of your eye. For the price, you are getting bluetooth and sweat-resistance, but there are other products with similar specifications and comparable build quality available for less money. That said, these earphones are competent contenders in a crowded marketplace.

Lightweight bluetooth headset, which is sweat proof so ideal for sports and negates the need for a long cable between phone and headset. They pair with a phone or other bluetooth enabled mp3 player quite easily. Sound quality wise these are not the most dynamic headphones but then they don’t need to be if you are jogging or at the gym. The cups do cancel out a good amount external noise. These are recharged via a usb cable and small port which has a tiny ‘rubber’ cover, fiddley but otherwise quite easy, though how long lasting this is we will see in a years’ time. In summary nice headset great for gym and jogging but not really a replacement for hi fi.

First off, they actually provide good sound quality. Which is the most important thing for in ear headphones as so many of them are tinny. But the bass sound from these is really rather good. However, i did have a problem with the buds themselves. Now granted, i have small ears but even the smallest of the buds wasn’t a good fit so be wary if you’re aurally petite. So jogging was out of the question but on a brisk walk mthey were just the thing. The bluetooth side of things worked well with my smartphone but i’ve still failed to connect with my windows 10 computer but i’ve only tried the once so that’s probably me.

I have used many different types of earphones over the years, and these are genuinely among the best i’ve used. I’ve been putting off using these because the ‘horn’ put me off and i imagined it would make them uncomfortable. I imagined that the pointy bit went over your ear to hold the earphones in place, but in actual fact they twist into your ear – not the ear canal, just the big flappy bit (in my case). The point part is a soft rubber and it hugs the inside of your ear so that the earphones don’t work lose when active. It works fantastically well and these do not fall out during running/rowing, etc. The earphones come with several different sized buds and horns (to use my own terminology) so whether you have large or small ears, there will be a configuration to fit you. You don’t have to have the horned parts if you would rather wear them as traditional earphones. The audio quality is superb, they sound brilliant and they cut out most background noise but not too much (when i’m running i still like to be hear what’s going on around me, even if it’s subtle) and setting up was dead easy – just press and hold the main button to pair with your phone and then you are up and running. In a nutshell: funky looking, they come with a carry-case, they are comfortable and the sound quality is excellent.

  • They’re very light and the sound is better than the price would indicate.
  • Highly recommended
  • Very Good except the Microphone

Creative Outlier Sports Lightweight Bluetooth Headphone – Blue

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