Advantages – The Heyday Wireless On-Ear headphones are attractively designed and styled. They are comfortable to wear and sound good for a modestly priced headphone. They also work fine for creating calls.
Drawbacks – The Headband puts pressure on the highest of some people’s heads and creates discomfort.
The Bottom Line – The Heyday On-Ear wireless headphones are really over-ear headphones. But regardless of what Target calls them, they sound good for the cash. It also has good battery life.
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Heyday Wireless Headphone Features
These Wireless On-Ear Headphones from Heyday has a sleek and modern design. The Headphones come in Four color Options – Gray and gold, Tan and gold, black print and gold, ballet pink.
These gold headphones are as stylish as they are functional, letting you move around freely without wires to bog you down. And unlike earbuds which will fall out and interrupt your groove, this wireless headphone has comfort fit earcups that stay in situ, letting you pop, lock, and drop it without interruption.
They appear sturdy but are pretty lightweight at 8.3 ounces (236 grams) and have nicely padded earcups. They need a clean, stylish look and fold flat, but they do not accompany any kind of carrying case.
The sole complaint I’ve heard is that the scarf (at its crest) puts pressure on the highest of some people’s heads and creates discomfort. You’ll alleviate that by opening up the headphones a touch, on the other hand they will not suit your head as snugly.
They kept the Heyday brand label small. You barely notice that it’s stamped on a small plate at the bottom of the scarf on either side.
There are a power button and a group of small volume control buttons. You tap the facility button to pause or play music and answer or end calls. To maneuver tracks forward, you hold down the volume-up button. To skip back a track, you hold down the volume-down button.
It has well-balanced sound quality overall and doesn’t accentuate the bass. So if you are looking for really big bass, this is not the model for you. It isn’t incredibly defined or articulate, which you would not expect from the price around $65 headphones, but there’s only enough of a presence boost within the treble to bring the detail out and provides the sound a touch of sparkle.
It is also worth mentioning that the Heyday On-Ears worked pretty much as a headset for creating calls. I didn’t get any complaints from callers and that I could hear them fine.
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Heyday Wireless Battery life
The Heyday Wireless On-Ear Headphones have good battery life. Battery life is rated at 20 hours of music playback at moderate levels, which is decent, and you get a cord for those times you would like to travel wired. If you use Headphones for calls and 2 hours of music then Heyday wireless can last for 2 days. It takes 2 hours for full charging.
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It has Bluetooth connectivity. You have to pair it manually together with your device. It can handle a range of 33 meters. You will not find a problem in pairing and re-pairing with an iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus.
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Heyday Wireless On-Ear Headphones Specs
|Model Name||Heyday Wireless On-Ear Headphones|
|Colors Available||Gray/Gold, Black Print/gold, BalletPink, Tan/Gold|
|Battery Life||Up to 16 hours|
|Charging Time||2 hours|
The Heyday Wireless on-ear Headphones are not for gym use, but It will be good for folks who work in open-office environments who want decent sound and a comfortable fit without spending much. It has a sturdy and lightweight design and also has soft cushioned earpads. The sound is also good at this price.
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