Design and Built quality7.0/10
- The headphones is light and suitable for workout sessions.
- Battery life lasts for 5 hours
- It offers really good noise isolation.
- It is slightly expensive.
- Improvements in the design of the headphones
The Motorola SF600 Wireless sports headphones have a lot of fans over amazon and it is been loved as an average quality sports Bluetooth headphones. I got really intrigued by the design of the headphone and the Motorola branding so let’s check out if these Bluetooth sports headphones are really worth the hype or not!
Design and Built quality
The headphones look pretty comfortable and have a simple design with the wear it around the back feature. The headphones look pretty sleek and expensive but the design is nothing different from the other Motorola sports headphones.
The built quality is okay but not that great since there are a lot of complaints about it. There are a few people who just found the headphones broken after a couple of days from purchase and were seeking for a replacement. So the built quality really depends on your luck and in the case you have a broken one too, you could easily get the replacement from the company.
The sound quality is pretty mediocre for expensive headphones like these. Motorola has other headphones and they seem to be pretty better in comparison to these(Motorola S10). The JLAB Audio Epic 2 is another headphone that is around the same price but offers a much better sound quality.
This headphone cannot be compared to my top recommendation because the quality of sound in those headphones is pretty great and way better. Most of the users have felt that the Motorola S10 is a way better option than the SF600 headphones.
Having a headphone which has a pretty amazing sound quality does make me feel the difference so if you are out there to get the best sound quality headphones then you should try checking out the review for the JLAB audio Epic 2 which according to me is the best deal out there.
The headphones are pretty comfortable, although I’m not a big fan of wear it around the back designs since they are a bit annoying and my hair somehow gets tangled in the wire at the back making it annoying during workout sessions.
However, not everyone has this problem and perhaps it can suit your needs and men with short hair usually would get away with this problem. The earbuds are pretty comfortable since they are small and not that heavy.
The headphones do not fall off when you are running and that is a good feature. There are other headphones that have this feature as well making it not an exclusive feature to this headphones but yes, this is an added advantage for the users.
The headphones are moisture resistant which is a great feature as working out will result in a lot of sweating and you cannot constantly keep your wiping your earbuds. The headphones have a lot of complaints since many people found that it broke down after a couple of days of usage.
It really depends on the product you receive and if you have some damages at the time of purchase then surely go for a return but since many users felt that there was something not working in the headphones a week or so after the purchase, I really cannot guarantee the product you would receive.
You do need to keep the headphones in a dust bag and safe because keeping it in harsh conditions can cause some damage with time. If you want your headphones to last long then do invest some time in taking good care of the headphones.
The battery life on these headphones lasts for around 5 hours. That is an average battery life and pretty much enough for a workout session. If you want to use it otherwise then it is very important that you always have your charger on you.
The headphone does pretty well when it comes to its battery feature and there are not any issues here(to be honest, nothing could go wrong with the battery, lol).
The Bluetooth headphones are pretty useless and considering all the setbacks, it is better to invest in other headphones that come around in the same price range. Phaiser headphones are pretty good and way affordable in comparison to the Motorola SF600 and they do not come with durability issues so you should check it out as well before taking your final decision.
The headphones could be slightly better, the Motorola S10 is way better than these headphones and there has been more excitement over that headphone because of its features. The headphones not only has a sad life but it also has way too many user complaints that make your investment way too risky. Consider looking at the Phaiser headphones if you want something in the same price range or else if you want the best headphones then you could read the JLAB Epic 2 review on the site.