For today’s post, I’m going to be reviewing my Bragi wireless headphones.
I got these headphones from Kolani as a Christmas present, so I’ve had these babies for nearly a month now, in which time I’ve gotten plenty of use out of them.
I had mentioned to Kolani how I was thinking about getting wireless headphones for a number of reasons. One of the most relatable reasons is because standard earphones almost always get tangled, (looking at you, Apple).
Although I had brought it up, I had never seriously looked into wireless headphones. Obviously Kolani looked into them for me and gifted me The Headphone, by Bragi.
In the beginning it was a little rough-the headphones kept falling out of my ears, constantly shifting. Included in the box were FitTips- Comply tips to be added onto the headphones, making them a perfect fit and far more comfortable.
Once adjusted, I was much more pleased with them. They fit in great and provided wonderful quality sound. Adjusting the settings, they can also be impressively noise cancelling. I often opt for the noise cancelling option, to block out the noise of the world and focus on my workout, writing, or whatever else I’m up to.
The battery life can last up to 6 hours. The headphones can be stored in a case that doubles as a charging port. Just slide the headphones into the magnetic case and plug the USB port into the wall to charge. The case also has a lanyard attached so you can wear the case around your neck while you have the headphones in. The case is fairly tiny, only about the length of an index finger and not too much wider.
Shortly afterwards, Kolani went out and bought himself a pair. He uses them for the majority of his shift while he’s working-and he works in construction so if that’s any consolation to their durability, I’d say they’re pretty reliable.
We bought ours at Brookstone, but you can also purchase yours here.
This has been a chloscall.
Until next time,