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2 Year Warranty Guide
“Fit is perfect, they don’t fall out, and they sound amazing!”
Leah S, San Francisco, CA
“Much better than the rest of the boring options out there.”
Danny M, Phoenix, AZ
“The Push earphones seriously undercut the opposition”
“Easily accessible and non-obtrusive.”
How can you advertise 12 hour battery. Its a 6 hour battery with a 6 hour charger. If that's the case, why not advertise lifetime battery? The battery bank on the charger will be recharged while using the battery up on the earphones and then you can charge the earphones again and repeat. Other than expecting a longer battery life. I like the earphones for sound quality and small size
I just recently purchased these. Aesthetically, I love this green/teal color, it may not be others preference but I think it looks beautiful and unique. Aesthetic aside, I think it sounds wonderful. Have had no problems with any cutting in and out with the bluetooth connectivity to my Samsung phone. It plays my music on Spotify seamlessly and smoothly. I use the smallest earbuds and they stay on very well and securely. I'm not a fan of too much bass and I feel this delivers just the right amount of it for me, the music plays more smoothly rather than bass heavy.
These were my absolute favorite earbuds I have had since Christmas. Then suddenly they stopped taking a charge and I can no longer get them to connect to my phone.
I've used these for about a month so I think I can give a good opinion on them. I'll start with the good first. The audio quality is nice, I'm not an audiophile by any means, but I don't think the quality is bad by any means. The battery lasts in my experience about 6-7 hours on a charge at about medium-high volume. Plus the carry case carries an extra charge that can be done in about 10 minutes.
Now for the bad. There is a lot of latency when accepting calls or even just controlling your music. it takes almost 2 seconds for the earbuds to register an input to your device which can be annoying when needing to quickly pause music or seek backwards a track. The earbuds also feel like they're constantly coming lose, which can be irritating when you have to constantly push the bud back in your ear every couple of minutes. The carrying case is also big and bulky which makes it awkward to fit in a pocket, and you're going to need it around. Another issue I have is that you're forced to use the left earbud if you're only going to be using one earbud say for instance if you were in class/work and could only use a single earbud. The left earbud pairs to your phone and your right earbud pairs to your left earbud, so if you aren't using both you must use the left earbud. It may not seem like an issue, but when you're forced to only using the left one, the only playback controls you have available are Play/Pause, Volume Down, and Skip Backwards (which is specifically hard to do with the latency issues.)
To summarize, I think that they're ok, but there are better wireless earbuds out there. Maybe when they inevitably come out with the Push 2 they'll fix some of these issues but at the price point and the number of quality of life issues, I don't know if I can fully recommend these earbuds.
I received these as a gift the other day and I have to say that these are absolutely phenomenal. I have a pair of crusher wireless I've beat to heck and I believe these are on par, if not better sounding. Definitely better than the Method Wireless too. In the Air tonight by Phil Collins sounds a bit too good with these tbh
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