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Today I am going to review a pair of bluetooth headphones from a company called ARCTIC  which is a privately owned company originally established in Switzerland but now has its headquarters relocated to Hong Kong. ARCTIC contributed much to the development of computer cooling  the headphones cost about $49.99 USD with FREE shipping from Amazon US, The headphones also comes with a 2-year limited warranty  so that’s all you will pay. So not bad for the price but how does it perform? That’s what this review intends to show you, so read on….

Info:

Product Name: ARCTIC P402BT Bluetooth Stereo Over-Ear Headphones

Provider: ARCTIC

 Price:  $49.99

 

The Review:

The packaging, is a box with a see thru window which shows the headphones  and a picture of the headphone

 

The ARCTIC P402BT  does have an identifying mark on the ear cups I really like these headphones they are light enough to go for walk or bring while traveling These headphones also sound great with little to no sound leakage and are very comfortable for long-term use  I’ve used for about two months  and I still like these for a lighter headphone when I don’t need true noise canceling…

The ARCTIC P402BT does come with an Instruction manual in English which tells you how to set up the headphones (it’s pretty easy)  the back of the box is printed with certain features/specs of the headphones  You will a nice washable carrying bag (I would air dry) and micro usb cable to charge the headphones one thing to note is the battery on these do last a long time since I only charged them twice , Now let’s talk about the features of the headphones first off there is no 3mm jack so if you wanted to use these with non bluetooth devices you are out of luck , Starting off with the left earcup (yes they are labeled left and right) you will see a wheel for the volume control after that the bluetooth light to let you know that these headphones are connected or battery is getting low followed by the back and forward  buttons there is no buttons on the right ear cup. The P402BT also has integrated microphone for hands-free calls for use with Bluetooth-enabled smartphones and features over 30-hour talk time and supports A2DP/AVRCP/HFP/HSP Bluetooth profiles

 

 

 

Conclusion:

So yes the headphones could be expensive for some budgets, but is it even worth it? I would say yes I’ve used many bluetooth headphones over the years one thing that most light weight headphones lack in is Comfort I’m glad to see Arctic made a pair of headphones that fit in with some of the  big time headphones but still have an affordable price I also was surprised by having no sound leakage if I had to value these headphones I would say they could be priced about $80 or more (but we won’t tell arctic for you) I’ve used this at work, in my backyard and in my living room while on my Macbook I like these a lot and take them with me when I don’t want a clunky headphone on my head

So in all it’s not bad for a bluetooth headphone The final score averages out to be a 10 out of 10

PROS CONS
+Seems well made
+Perfect for any mountain biker, camper, outdoor activity
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