These are the Blitzwolf BW-HP1, a pair of over-ear Bluetooth headphones. They feature a modern and foldable design, up to 13 hours of play time and a price-tag that won’t break the bank.
The design of the headphones is nice and modern, it reminds me a little of the older design of Beats by Dre. The headphones are made from a solid feeling plastic, which feels strong and sturdy yet flexible enough to remain comfortable. The plastic is all glossy so expect to have fingerprints all over these headphones, but it’s not an enormous issue.
Across the top of the headphones, there’s a soft and spongy headband that keeps the headphones comfortable. Comfort is really a constant with these headphones, the earcup cushioning is also very soft. I will say that they don’t isolate sound very well, so if you’re looking for headphones that won’t leak or let in surrounding noise then these may not be for you.
The headphones can also be adjusted, and they also fold up. The hinge and adjustment mechanism are made from metal and they feel strong and sturdy.
Since these headphones are wireless, they also have a few buttons and extra ports in addition to the 3.5mm jack connector on the left-hand side earcup.
The right-hand side is home to the power button, volume/skip buttons, microphone and the micro-USB charging port.
The sound quality of these headphones is quite good for the price. They are extremely bass-heavy, though.
The headphones provide a good experience for listening to music and they also get extremely loud if you want them to. I say that the headphones are bass-heavy, which they are, but not to the point where it is uncomfortable. I was just surprised to find so much bass in a pair of cheap Bluetooth headphones.
With all that in mind, they still sound good for listening to music and watching media content and should be fine for most people but if you’re looking at these with plans to edit or mix audio you may want to look at a pair of headphones with a flatter frequency response.
The microphone quality on the headphones is pretty good. It’s slightly muffled but it provides a clear enough sound for a conversation or recording voice memos.
These headphones have a great battery life, giving you up to 13 hours of listening time which means they’re great for taking with you on a day out or a long commute. You also get 5 days of standby time, which means that they’re ready to grab and go. When it’s time to charge the headphones, that will take around 3-4 hours.
The headphones will still work even when flat if you plug an AUX cable into them, you just need to make sure that you have a device with an audio jack, as they are becoming scarcer nowadays.
In conclusion, if you’re looking for a pair of affordable Bluetooth headphones that look good, these are a great option.