Wireless Headphones Anker Soundcore Spirit Pro, Dual EQ, 10 Hour Playtime, IP68, SweatGuard Technology, Hi-Fi Sound, Built-in Mic, Bluetooth Headphones, Sports, Workout, Gym
- 【Truly Sweatproof 】Spirit Pro’s IP68 waterproof protection is strengthened by SweatGuard technology to resist the corrosive properties of sweat.
- 【Dual-EQ Modes】 Adjust the intensity of your music.
- 【Customized Fit】 Choose from multiple sizes of EarTips and EarWings to find your perfect fit.
- 【10-Hour Playtime】 A single charge will power a week’s worth of workouts.
- 【What You Get 】Soundcore Spirit Pro, S/M/L/XL EarTips, S/M/L EarWings, cable clip, shirt clip, micro USB cable, our worry-free 18-month warranty, and friendly customer service.
- Batteries : 2 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 7 x 2.5 x 2.7 cm; 18.14 Grams
- Date First Available : 28 June 2018
- Manufacturer : Fantasia Trading LLC
- ASIN : B07BMV5T2N
- Item Model Number : AK-A34020F1
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Soundcore Spirit Pro
The Wireless Bluetooth Headphones with Dual EQ
Better Than IP
Even the highest IPX-ratings are simply not enough to defend against the corrosive power of sweat. Spirit implements a submarine-inspired structure and an impermeable hydro-seal to create a barrier around the sensitive internal components.
Dual EQ Modes
Don’t let your music fall behind as your workout intensifies. Unleash a heavy-hitting wave of sound with deeper bass when you switch to workout mode.
Drawing from Soundcore’s Anker heritage, Spirit Pro is engineered with a premium Li-ion battery and exclusive power management technology. This ultra-efficient combination offers 10 hours of non-stop music to keep your workouts covered for the whole week.
Optimized Sound Quality
To preserve sound data and ensure you hear your music in the best quality possible, Spirit Pro is equipped with aptX high-fidelity audio and 6 mm graphene drivers.
A 3-button remote is built into Spirit Pro’s neckband to provide easy control. Easily answer calls or adjust your music—even mid-workout.
Customize Your Fit
EarTips and EarWings are supplied in multiple sizes, allowing you to find your perfect fit.
Note: Thanks to Spirit Pro's extreme waterproof protection, it does not require a cover for its charging port.
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If you want some cheaper in ear headphones that wont fallout and don't sound like it is playing through a tin can. Then these are the speakers for you.
For general use they are a servicable earbud. Sound quality is good for the price, with good bass if the correct bud size is chosen and a good seal is achieved. Def not high end sound, though you'd have to be listening to a set of high end buds in comparison to have any complaint with sound quality.
For phone calls the sound was clear and apparently my mic was clear and easy to understand with it loose around the back of my neck.
Bargain at 50 bucks, hence the 5 starts. You can pay 100's of dollars more for a similar quality sound and feature set with waterproof rating.
Will just have to wait and see how they last....
As is a common sentiment among reviewers of these earbuds mine are broken after only two months of average usage, the right side earbud makes no sound whatsoever, the left is still full volume and the remote works so i have no idea what's wrong with them, other than a shonky design.
Before they were broken i wouldn't even have recommend them; poor sound quality, the earbuds themselves never fully fit my ear despite whichever combination of earbud and earhook (i suppose you could call them) i tried, rendering them useless for the very reason i bought them for, sport and exercise use.
Avoid these, save your money and time.
If i receive no refund for these earbuds consider my confidence in Amazon entirely revoked.
After using these daily for a few months now, the only thing I would criticize would be the silicone ear bud peices have loosened up and they fall out of position quite easily. They can be fiddly to refit at times.
The bad, Volume levels are low even on max, Very poor base levels.
Conclusion. If you have a low budget and do not care about base and loud volume levels these should be a contender.
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Firstly, the good:
- Sound quality is remarkably satisfying for such competitively priced headphones
- Bluetooth works seamlessly with my Android phone & tablets (Huawei P10, Samsung Galaxy, Sony Xperia Z1).
- They've coped excellently whilst exercising indoor AND outdoor (sweat resistant/rain resistant, etc)
- Charging is reasonably quick and lasts a decent while
- Uber comfy WHEN you finally get the right combo of attachments
Secondly, the not so good:
- Fitment is tricky at first. You need to select the best ear bud/inner ear hook combination depending on YOUR shape of ear. Mr. Trial and Mrs. Error will be your guides for this process, and all parts required are provided in the box.
- Volume could be a tad louder (however I'm getting on a bit, and often run in noisy environments - so it could just be me?)
The long bit:
Bought these as an impulse purchase. My wired headphones were starting to crackle when exercising - probably due to running in the good old British weather! I was looking at Bluetooth headphones this time around, but was unsure of the reliability of the technology, and put off by many expert reviews of poor sound quality (when compared like-for-like with wired offerings) and as such did not want to risk paying a lot of money for poor sound and/or connection & battery life issues. I'll admit I've not paid much attention to Anker as a brand before - I've always gone with Senheiser - but saw these and decided to make the purchase.
What a great decision! They take some setting up to get the right fit, but once you've got the right combo, they fit snug, and stay put. Running. Cycling. Throwing iron around in the gym. Once they're in PROPERLY, they're in for good. One big point: the seal between the silicone bud and the ear canal is CRUCIAL. This massively increases the chance they'll stay in, and massively adds to the perceived sound quality (and equally the external noise suppression). You really must take the time to get the combo of bud size and hook size optimum for your ear, as from my experience with these headphones, if they are uncomfortable (i.e hurt after a while), keep coming loose, or the sound is awful, you don't have them set up for your ear correctly. **SAFETY NOTE** blocking out traffic noise whilst exercising outside is NOT recommended by the manufacturer. You won't hear that juggernaut as it inexplicably mounts the kerb and sends you to your maker. However, that's my choice, and I'm sensible enough to assess my own risks.
Bluetooth pairing was a doddle with my Android devices. No dramas setting up, and they stay connected with no drop-outs to date, with an excellent workable range (pretty much as the manufacturer has stated). I often leave my phone (Huawei P10) in a waist pack while running / rucksack while hiking / on handlebars whilst cycling, and the headphones stay connected throughout.
Sound quality in my opinion, is excellent. But not wanting to get involved with arguments regarding soundstages, crispness, fullness, clarity, depth, etc, etc, to me, sound quality is almost always *subjective*. In my opinion, to my untrained ears, they work extremely well with my choice of training music (mainly electronic biased). Highs are clean, bass is full and distortion free, even at max settings, (providing of course they are FITTED CORRECTLY as above). In short, to my ears, everything sounds as it should - and i.m.h.o. dare I say it, ALMOST as good as my old wired headphones ( - which were twice the price). This was the biggest surprise for me, as I really wasn't expecting the sound to be anywhere near as close. Coupled with the fact there's no wires getting in the way, and that they have been used outside in rain showers a fair few times (without issue, I may add), I would have happily swapped with my other headphones irrespective of the price difference. My only minor gripe here is the volume. In most scenarios, especially indoors or in the countryside they're plenty loud enough, but sometimes, mainly when outside in noisy 'city' environments or in a gym with loud background music, I could do with a little more 'ooomph'. There is a Loudness equaliser setting (press and hold 2 buttons on the inline remote), which does help, however my gripe *might be* due to the fact I'm a little deaf.
Finally, as a footnote, regarding some other reviewers complaints regarding this style of headphone is that the lead (between the two headphones) can stick to your neck when exercising (and yes, that can happen and is VERY annoying), I started attaching the wire (with the mini plastic clip provided) to the back of my collar, which worked well. The other solution, which I prefer, is wearing them with the wire at the front, i.e. dangling loosely under your chin. At first, with this method, I was concerned I looked a bit of an idiot whilst out running..... then it dawned on me I was a middle aged man out in public wearing Lycra shorts complimented by a fluorescent waistcoat!!??!!
The headset comes with all the utility bits you would imagine and generally the overall package feels very well made.
When buying Anker you can guarantee the very best customer support, they have worked as hard as possible to make me happy with this headset including sending me different models that fit my ears better. I buy Anker for the confidence that comes from unparalleled customer support and would highly recommend their products.
• These headphones have a quality feel to them. The casing seems to be metal, or a very nicely metalized plastic.
• The sound is good, but I'm not an audiophile. The volume maxes out just at the point of discomfort for me, but does not distort. Would maybe appreciate another level or two higher. Could be partially attributed to my phone (OnePlus 6)
• Comfort is good. The default tip size fits my ears perfectly and the wing only increases how securely they fit.
• Range is good: I can leave my phone at my desk and walk to the work kitchen about 10 meters away, and through a drywall.
• Love the little storage pouch. The opening has two pieces of metal that flex to open the case.
• Battery life seems to be on par to quoted 10 hours so far. They don't take long to charge either.
• Haven't noticed any latency issues when watching video.
• The charge port is exposed on the back of the control/mic piece. No doubt they've moisture-proofed this, but I suspect it could be a failure point and can gather lint and debris.
• Putting the headsets together magnetically into a storage position does not turn off he headphones or even pause the music (like some others do).
• There are no instructions on how to employ the additional clip provided, which I assumes allows you to clip the headset to your clothing.
• These headsets are AptX, but not Bluetooth 5.0 like the rest of the Spirit line. Are they mutually incompatible? Maybe AptX HD next time?
• The controls aren't easiest to manipulate by feel without running your fingers through the control. This may change over time.
• The texture of the tips and wings tends to pick up dust/lint. Just rub it off.
THINGS TO NOTE:
• The wired over the neck design can be problematic if you are using this to commute and wear a backpack. Your backpack straps may interfere and require you to pull them free. This is not the fault of Anker. The wire management clip (which allows you to shorten the cord by creating a loop) isn't a very elegant solution. I don't like the wires too close either because it would cling to my neck on warmer days. Even considering these points, I prefer this than individual buds like the AirPod design; I'm certain I would lose one of those.
• The headphones adequately dampen the sounds around you, but do not completely mute them. I would not call these things sound isolating. Plus or minus is up to you. I think it's fine for commuting because it gives you some semblance of what's going on around you. At higher volumes, you probably won't hear your surroundings.
No doubt if these earphones came from Beats or Jaybird, they would cost $150+ Nice going Anker!
I had a slight issue with a broken earpiece which led to my first ever experience with Anker customer support after years of using their products. The rumours are true, they are fantastic. They immediately sent a non-faulty free replacement and didn't even ask for the broken one back.
Really impressed with my overall experience and Anker's evident commitment to meet high quality standards.
1. You can’t connect to more than one device. Awkward when you have a phone and an iPad you switch between
2. You can’t switch tracks as you usually do on earphones. Instead of pressing twice for next track, you need to press and hold the up button. Gets confusing if you switch earphones a lot!
3. Siri can’t be activated whilst music is playing like on normal earphones. You must stop the music first, and then press again for Siri. Siri also takes a while from pressing the button to being able to speak to it. Again this is just with these earphones and never experienced it on any others.
It depends what you’d like more. Sound quality or functionality.