AGPtek® 2 in 1 Bluetooth Headphones
Between the video game systems, cell phones, music devices, and various computers, we are always using something that makes noise! Sure, to listen to my music while I work, it’s not a big deal to use a pair of headphones with a cord. But if I want to make phone calls, or walk around the house, or even let the kids talk on their video game console, the headset needs to be wireless! That’s why we’re trying the AGPtek 2 in 1 Bluetooth Headphones.
- Blocks 4 times the external noise
- Noise canceling Crytal clear sound with DSP
- High performance with bluetooth 2.1
- Touch-button call answer / end & redial + Touch-button volume control
- Handsfree & wireless. Fits comfortably on either ear
The best feature about this pair of headphones has to be the Bluetooth capability. This means you can use them with almost any piece of technology, whether your phone, computer, or even the video game systems (the more recent ones at least). Whether you use them just to listen to music or movies, or use the microphone option to interact with others for phone calls or gaming.
It charges easily with the included USB cord and wall charger. And they are easy enough to toss into your bag to take with you.
I like having the option of keeping my phone in my pocket but still be able to make and receive phone calls. And it leaves my hands free so I can grocery shop, fold clothes or just kick back and relax.
Now, these aren’t super great for music or sound quality for games, but for phone calls and such, they work just fine. And I always like having a pair of headphones with me, in case I get some down time or want to let my kids borrow them when we’re out and about.
You can pick up a pair of these AGPtek 2 in 1 Bluetooth Headphones today on Amazon.
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