Advantage- As per Fitbit Flyer Headphones Review, these are wireless Bluetooth headset by Fitbit. These are comfortable to wear and have a sleek design. The sound is balanced and clear. The design is premium and looks great when you wear them.
Disadvantage- These are a bit on the pricier side being the first design by the company. There is no IPX approval.
The bottom line- If you are someone who is looking for earphones for working out these can be considered as an option for sure. These are sweat-resistant and the sound delivery is also good.
Fitbit Flyer Headphones Features Review
Fitbit is stepping its game up with their headsets range. From the wrist band fitness tracker, the company steps its foot in earphones by launching Fitbit Flyer. These are basic wireless earphones that are sweatproof and deliver a good sound being the companies first attempt. They are sturdy stiff and have a powerful bass. They are comfortable to wear and are a great first time attempt for a company.
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The earbuds are built up of totally plastic and silicon and have an aerospace-grade aluminum accent. This makes them look more premium and luxurious. The design has been taken into a note seriously. There are three colors for the earphone, nightfall blue, rose gold accents, and the nightfall blue color. The color range is pretty classy. These earphones are quite comfortable to wear for a long time. You can switch the fins if you want to wear them for a longer time. No matter what the earphones will stay on the ear securely. The stability power of the earphones is great.
The cable connecting the earphones are flat and are rubbery. They are hardly noticeable on the neck. on the right side of the cable, there is control module/microphone which is situated two inches below the earbuds. The cable connecting the earbuds is flat and rubbery, and it’s hardly noticeable on your neck. On the right side of the earbud, there is a control module or microphone setting. From the setting, you can control pause and play, skip and volume setting, and also your voice assistant. They can be easily used for out for a workout session.
The earphones aren’t water-resistant but they are sweat resistant. There are no such IP ratings but there are hydrophobic nano-coating. The coating inside out that supposedly prevents rain, splash, and sweat.
Battery Life of Fitbit Flyer
Fitbit claims the battery life up to 6 hours in a single charge. The earphones do go for almost 6 hours which is great. The charging will take one to two hours and after that can give a backup of 6 hours. Though Fitbit also claims 1 hour of playback via 15 min charge. The Fitbit Flyer charges via micro USB port. Also, there is a small cable that is present with the box.
Sound output of Fitbit Flyer
For being the first venture in the microphones, Fitbit has done a very good job with the sound. Hence, the sound output is strong and clear and also is very well balance. The power boost gives thumbs to the playlist. These headphones are great for a workout as the music gives that extra oomph.
The earphones give out a satisfying performance for bass and the power boost. Overall the sound output is quite impressive for being a first venture and the price too.
There is also a dual-microphone which gives better outputs for calls. This is also supposed to reduce external noise and the wind. The earphones do lack active noise cancelation.
The earphones support Bluetooth 4.2, which means this gives a range of 32 feet. This also supports A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, and HFP. Also, the earphones can simultaneously connect with two devices.
Specification of Fitbit Flyer
|driver size||8.6 mm|
|frequency response||20 Hz to 20 kHz|
|Maximum Sound Pressure Level||100 dB at 1 kHz|
|Total Harmonic Distortion||0.5%|
|Frequency Response||300 Hz to 3.4 kHz|
|Dimensions||0.98 x 0.79 x 0.71″|
|Bluetooth Profiles||A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP|
As per my review, Fitbit Flyer wireless headphones are the first venture of the company into sound and music. The earphones are great keeping in mind they are initial design by the company. The sound is balanced and the bass is great. The design is sleek and comfortable. The price range that they are introduced in is also budget-friendly which is under $150.
Overall, these are great earphones that deliver an appropriate performance.
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