Anker Soundcore Spirit Pro Bluetooth Headphones, Black
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- [Truly Sweatproof Technology]: SweatGuard technology is specially designed to resist the corrosive properties of sweat. Thanks to SweatGuard's extreme waterproof protection, Spirit Pro does not require a cover for its charging port.
- [Customized Fit]: Choose from multiple sizes of EarTips and EarWings to find your perfect fit.
- [10-Hour Playtime]: A single charge will power a week’s worth of workouts.
- [What You Get] Soundcore Spirit Pro S/M/L EarTips S/M/L EarWings cable clip shirt clip micro USB cable our worry-free 18-month warranty and friendly customer service
- 52 Week Local (Singapore) Manufacturer Warranty
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One charge powers up to 10 hours of working out.
When you’re pushed to the limit, switch EQ modes to intensify your musical motivation.
Make or receive calls, even when you’re mid-workout.
Built-in magnets secure Spirit Pro’s earbuds together when you’re not listening to music.
Better Than IP
Even the highest IP ratings are simply not enough to defend against the corrosive power of sweat. Spirit Pro implements a submarine-inspired structure and hydrophobic nano-coating to create an impermeable barrier around the sensitive internal components.
Dual EQ Modes
Don't let your music fall behind as your workout intensifies. Unleash a heavy-hitting wave of sound with deeper bass when you switch to workout mode.
Drawing from Soundcore's Anker heritage, Spirit Pro is engineered with a premium Li-ion battery and exclusive power management technology. This ultra-efficient combination offers 10 hours of non-stop music to keep your workouts covered for the whole week.
Optimized Sound Quality
To preserve sound data and ensure you hear your music in the best quality possible, Spirit Pro is equipped with aptX high-fidelity audio and 6 mm graphene drivers.
A 3-button remote is built into Spirit Pro's neckband to provide easy control. Easily answer calls or adjust your music—even mid-workout.
Customize Your Fit
EarTips and EarWings are supplied in multiple sizes, allowing you to find your perfect fit.
If you want to recharge these earbuds after exercising, please follow these steps: 1. Open the port cover and shake to remove any sweat from inside the USB port. 2. Wipe the USB charging port dry with a cotton cloth. 3. Charge with a 5V certified charger and cable. *Playtime varies according to volume level and audio content.
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The TL;DR is that these are the best Bluetooth earphones I've used to date. And pretty on-par (quality wise) with my $130 wired earphones. Latency is A+, sound quality is A+, connectivity is A+, comfort is A+, battery life/charge is A+, and the price for all of this is S tier.
On this topic, I can say having owned and used Sennheiser HD650's and some pretty nice RHA MA750i's that the Spirit Pro's really hold up very well. The highs and mids are pretty good and the base, even in balanced mode is quite respectable. Shifting it into extra bass mode is fairly unnecessary for me, but it definitely pumps up the beat more and can potentially drown out more background sound.
Though from my experience, the sound isolation is fantastic. Probably the best seal and noise cancellation I've gotten from a pair of earphones so far.
Comfort and fit:
So for me, the default EarWings were the perfect size for me, and I shifted down to the smaller EarTips because the medium size was a bit too much over a long period of time. But both were an air-tight seal. I wore them for 4? or so hours and barely minded them at all. Very very comfortable for me. ### A revision, I've found the medium EarTips actually perfect after some extra use. I don't have to put them as deep as I thought I did to keep them sealed and stable in my ear. Even more comfortable than I thought!
The only odd quirk is it can sometimes feel weird because the seal is so airtight that putting your face in extreme positions (really huge smiles) pulls/moves the earphones but doesn't break the air seal or threaten to pull them out. So I can doing all kinds of crazy faces and jumping around and they won't budge, which is perfect.
I'll also note that the cable clips work great, both the one that comes on it (Z/S pattern cable clip) and the single line clip work very well and stay where you want them to even when moving around. However they aren't so tight that if you snag the cable on something, it'll rip out of your ear or anything, instead it'll just loosen from the clip a bit.
Connectivity and latency:
From my testing, I can walk across my entire apartment through 3-4 pretty thick walls and the connection won't even skip a beat or get low. The only real connectivity issue I ran into was occasionally at the end of a song it would stop instead of moving on, but that could just be my phone and all I had to do was press play again on the controller attached to the cable to start it going again.
Sometimes the latency will be a bit long, but 95% of the time you don't notice any latency. Of course, if you're just listening to music or something it won't be a problem anyways. Just know that you can totally use these to watch YouTube videos and things of that nature without worrying about the latency being unbearable.
Connecting to a device has been very painless in my experience. You just turn the headphones on while they're near any device openly searching for Bluetooth devices and it'll be found in a couple seconds. Though it can only be connected to one device at a time, so to switch you have to turn it off and back on while the other device is near.
The Bluetooth version in my manual stated it was running Bluetooth 4.2, so take from that what you will.
And finally some minor tidbits. The indicator light for power/charge state/pair state is very nice to see and conveys what it needs to convey fairly intuitively. The charging cable is pretty short, and doesn't come with a USB power adapter, so you'll have to have your own if you want to plug it into a wall. The little pouch they give you to hold your earphones is very nice quality and has one of those rigid springy openings you have to gently squeeze to come apart, which I quite like. Finally, the battery charges and runs for about as long as they advertise, so that's great!
I don't think I'm forgetting anything else... so this product is an easy buy in my opinion.
Tested using an iPhone 7, an Apple TV, and a Windows PC.
***Update*** Anker customer service reached out after my initial review and offered to send me another pair of headphones. I've had them for about 10 days now and have had no battery issues with this pair. No drain when turned off and they easily last several 1.5hr gym sessions. The sound is also improved on this new set. Where the bass was muddy before it's much clearer and crisp. Anker customer support has been great. This is now the pair of Bluetooth I expected when I paid $50. Review updated to 4 stars.
Although these are comfortable to wear and have a solid battery life, they have poor sound quality with no clarity and cheap manufacturing. I've had these for about a month and my left headphone has already stopped working.
I've a whole range of headphones from $20 - $300. I'm not expecting these to be insanely good, but for 40 odd bucks, I am not impressed.
Sony NEVER fails to impress me. I just bought a cheap $15 pair and the sound quality is incredible - much better then these.
My advice? Either save up and buy yourself a solid set of $100 - $150 headphones like the Bose SoundSport Wireless or go for something around $20. I think anything between $30 - $80 is like a $20 headphone but overpriced.
✓ Sound quality (not sure what the other person is saying, I HAD to switch to the regular EQ on certain songs because the bass gets overwhelming)
And most importantly for me (would have been a deal breaker):
I was gifted a Jaybird X2 and that thing is practically useless to me because it wouldn't stay in my ears at all. The drivers are way too large and for something so chunky, it produces the most lackluster sound imaginable. The Soundcore Spirit Pro fits good with the default tips and wings out of the box, though I changed the tips to the smallest ones and the seal is perfect. It's lightweight and can be easily stashed in your pocket as well. It's also discreet enough to wear on any setting, not just the gym.
Anker has been good to me over the years. I have a power bank, USB cables, and a USB wall charger I've been using for years now and all still work great to this day. I will update this review in the future regarding its durability and that's the only thing I'm concerned about.