It’s not easy to find a good Bluetooth sports headset. The units either end up being too big, or have an additional control box dangling, making the headset feel heavier than it should. If not that, then they do cost a pretty penny. Bluedio Q5 seems to not have any of these issues.
Design and Specifications
To begin with it looks great. The headset earpiece itself is a little bigger than what you’d be used to, but the in-ear speaker unit is ergonomically tilted to fit cozily into the ear canal. The rubber cushioning comes in three sizes to fit all ears and also a set of T-light ear tips that are meant to prevent the earphones from falling during workout. I didn’t particularly feel the need to add that though, as the headset managed to stay put in our tests to the point where I didn’t even feel the unit in my ear after a while, which is always a sign of good design.
The two earphones are connected by a flat rubber cable, with no additional control box. Everything you need is right there in the right earpiece. There’s a USB charging port on top, volume control at the back and the action button right on on the outside. It’s all quite easy to reach and can be used while on a jog as well.
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