See how the Phaiser BHS-530 stacks up against the Otium Bluetooth in today's product comparison. Find out what separates these two items with the full comparison review below. If you enjoy this article, you can also check out the full version here.
The first product we will be looking at is the Phaiser BHS-530. You can’t be on the hunt for the best running headphones without having a look at these affordable wireless sport headphones! The HD sound has a powerful base, Bluetooth 4.1 and tips made with revolutionary Comply T-400 memory foam that adapts to your ear.
The second product we will be examining in this comparison is the Otium Bluetooth. Self-proclaimed as the best Bluetooth headphones for running – this product does not disappoint! With V4.1+Edr for stereo sound and impressive bass, these running earbuds stand out when it comes to both function and design.
The fit is so comfortable and customized that it shuts out most other noise, and the waterproof material makes it safe to go for a run in the rain, to sweat and even to accidentally drop the running earphones down the toilet. They are also sweatproof, and the company is so sure of this that their products come with a lifetime promise of replaced headphones if they are ever damaged by sweat.
They are earphones for running that don’t fall out; sweat proof and water resistant, with voice notifications for incoming calls, a comfortable ear-hook, up to 8 hours of interrupted music and much more.
|HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON|
|Phaiser BHS-530||Otium Bluetooth|
+ 10mm speakers for HD sound
+ Build-in microphone for calls
+ Flexible behind-the-head memory wire
+ Lifetime sweatproof warranty
+ Sporty and functional design
+ 8 hours of quality music and phone talk
+ Sweat proof and water resistant
+ Stereo sound and deep bass
|WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT|
|These are possibly the best Bluetooth sport headphones thanks to being lightweight, staying in place while you are in movement and shaping themselves to the inside of your ear!||Finding the best wireless earbuds for running can feel tricky at first, as there is a large selection available online, but you can’t go wrong with a pair of these light-weight and sound-wise superior wireless sport earbuds.|
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