Today I am going to review a pair of headphones from a company called NoiseHush which is a sister company of Naztech together they sell mobile accessories for the everyday consumer .  The headphones look very nice and since they have bluetooth they prevent an audio cord mess  you normally get with any other non bluetooth headphones all you have is pair them to your  laptop/mobile device  the headphones cost about $79.00 USD and comes with Free shipping  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….


Product Name: NoiseHush Freedom BT700 Bluetooth Headphones with Mic

Provider: NoiseHush

Price: $79.00 with Free Shipping


The Review:

The headphones have a few identifying marks on it which is the NoiseHush logo followed by the Left and right marks on the product is…

The headphones come with mini usb to usb to charge ; Instruction booklet ; packed neatly in a foam fitting box

These headphones are a great affordable high quality headphone for your tablet, laptop, or phone You will get up to 20 hours of music and talk time and 300 hours in standby there are also built-in controls for play ,pause and back & forward and there’s also a built-in mic for taking calls on your phone  If you are getting this to work with a Macbook or mobile device you will love it like I did

I used this product for a few weeks and I have to say I really like it I did find a few problems most are fixable but when it came to a dead battery most headphones have a option of using a 3.5mm cable but with these you dont have that option so I would recommend these for going out on a run or to the gym since you dont want to cables in the way when you are at the gym,audio on videos on YouTube were great even though there was some sound leakage it’s still not as bad  providing you keep your audio at a safe listening level


So yes the headphone is priced right, but is it even worth it? I would say yes if you want a nice pair of headphones to take to the gym besides pesky ear buds

So in all it’s not bad for bluetooth headphones but I think if you want headphones with an option to plug-in once the bluetooth dies I would check out a few other of NoiseHush’s products

The final score averages out to be a 9 out of 10, but that takes into account everything, but as you can see below it the pros out do the cons by a long shot.

+Simple to use
+solid and reliable
+comfortable to use a for long period of time
-should have a 3.5 mm cable to use for when bluetooth dies

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