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Outdoor Tech Orcas Wireless Earbuds 2.0

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This is the first time I’ve ever tried wireless earbuds. I’m wearing the Outdoor Tech Orcas Wireless Earbuds 2.0 (an upgrade from the originals), and I’m loving them! They’re so easy and it’s nice to be unfettered. I love my wireless headphones (they’re Bose) but they’re bulky and these are light and compact.

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Pairing was simple and took all of two seconds. You flip up the Bigfoot logo (isn’t that a great logo?), and plug in the charging cord there, A little light comes on to let you know its charging. The “fins” help keep the earbuds in your ears and they come with three sizes to fit your ear, in addition to some tips.

Controls are inline and easy to work, a little too easy perhaps, as I made a couple calls without meaning to. Honestly I do that all the time accidentally anyway. It’s very similar to my wired earphones controller and adds hardly any bulk at all to the cord, which I find to be an ideal length. They are also splash and sweat resistant so if you get caught in the rain, or wear them running, they will be ok.

outdoor tech wireless-earbud-orcas-white-accessories-900x900As for sound, I like the sound. To give you an idea, I was using Bose wired earphones that I absolutely love. I was not expecting much from these Orcas, but was thrilled at how nice they sound. They come with a little pouch, and these will be going with me everywhere. I don’t take my Bose earphones with me often (apart from traveling) because they are very expensive and I don’t want to risk losing them.

These Outdoor Tech earbuds are much more affordable and also smaller and even more portable than the Bose. Play time lasts six hours. Based on my experience so far, I would recommend them. They’re practical, they work great, and they’re fun. I love the Bigfoot Logo! Find the Outdoor Tech Orcas Wireless Earbuds 2.0 HERE.