Today I am going to review a pair of headphones from a company called NoiseHush which is a company of HyperCel together they sell mobile accessories for the everyday consumer .  The headphones look very well AWESOME 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 but you can always opt for the cord mess if you like.The headphones cost about $149.99 USD but you can always find  them lower on Amazon some with Free shipping. 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: NoiseHush i9 Bluetooth Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones

Provider: NoiseHush

Price: $149.99 (Amazon) 

The headphones have a few identifying marks on it which is the NoiseHush logo on the Left and right of the product as well as the front of the carrying case

The headphones come with BRAIDED mini usb to usb to charge ;BRAIDED 3.5 cable ; Instruction booklet: air plane and stereo plug ; packed neatly in a cool carrying case

These headphones are high quality headphones for your tablet, laptop, or phone and can be compared to my review of the Audio-Technica QuietPoint Headphones. You will get up to 15 hours of music and talk time on bluetooth only and a bit less about 12 hours if you also use the noise canceling option. There is also built-in controls for play ,pause and back & forward, volume up and down 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 still do)  and I have to say I really like it I didn’t find any problems I would recommend these for going out on a run,to the gym or if the house is or neighborhood is noisy and you have some intense music or video editing to get done or you just want to chill out with some tunes (just you ,NoiseHush and your music) I used these for watching videos on YouTube and they were great I didn’t hear any “sound leakage” coming from them when I took them as long as I kept it at a safe volume level

Conclusion:

So yes the headphones are priced right, but is it even worth it? I would say yes if you want a nice pair of headphones and don’t want to be bothered by background noise while there are lots of headphones out there these are great as you don’t need any batteries like the Quietpoint or i7’s do which will save you some money and waste every month