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Motorola VerveOnes+

alaTest has collected and analyzed 23 reviews of Motorola VerveOnes+. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Headphones for all reviews. People are impressed by the design. The portability is also mentioned favorably. Reviews about the price and comfort are different. The durability and usability get less positive reviews.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Motorola VerveOnes+ is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Sean O'Kane (theverge.com)

Motorola's wireless earbuds are better than most, but still not good enough to buy

 

Don't blink, because there's another new pair of earbuds promising the dream of true wireless on the market: the Motorola VerveOnes. Debuted at Mobile World Congress and on sale this month, they...

Decent audio and calls ; Waterproof ; Good charging case

Connection isn't perfect ; Uncomfortable fit ; Messy user interface

Jun, 2016

Expert review by : Eric M. Zeman (phonescoop.com)

Review: Motorola VerveOnes+ Bluetooth Headphones

 

Motorola's VerveOne+ headphones are an attractive set of fully wireless earbuds for people who like to rock out while out and about. The concept may be a good one, and the VerveOnes+ show flashes of brilliance, but the execution isn't quite up to par....

Aug, 2016

Expert review by : Mike Prospero (tomsguide.com)

Motorola VerveOnes+ Review

 

Like Pinocchio, the Motorola VerveOnes+ can boast that they've "got no strings" on them, but just like the marionette, these earbuds are far from the real thing. If they worked properly, then these $249 buds might be worth the investment, but if you...

Good audio quality ; Comfortable fit ; Case recharges earbuds

Audio constantly cuts out ; Expensive

Though the audio quality is good, the extremely poor wireless connection of the VerveOnes+ makes these earbuds virtually unusable.

Aug, 2016

Expert review by : Sean Keach (trustedreviews.com)

Motorola VerveOnes+ True Wireless Earbuds

 

Running is simple enough, so why complicate it with cumbersome headphones that flap around or distract? Motorola hopes you'll agree with that sentiment, which is why it's built the VerveOnes+, a pair of wireless earbuds designed to be used while...

These well-designed earbuds win plenty of marks for design, but a mediocre sound and a lack of features make the price tag tough, if not impossible, to chew.

Nov, 2016

Expert review by : What Hi-Fi? (whathifi.com)

Motorola VerveOnes+ Music Edition review

 

Cheaper VerveOnes rather gallingly retain their predecessors' disappointing performance.

Waterproof and sweatproof ; Six EQ settings ; Control app

Quite coarse midrange and treble ; Lack sense of rhythm or dynamics ; Frequent cut-outs

They’re cheaper than the VerveOnes+ we tested last year - and converse with Siri and Google Now - but that disappointing, two-star sound remains.

Nov, 2017

Expert review by : Cam Bunton (pocket-lint.com)

Motorola VerveOnes+ review: Bittersweet symphony

 

There's a reason Apple designed a custom chip to make Bluetooth pairing easy, and the VerveOnes+ are the absolute example of the problem that needing

Eye-catching design ; Full and loud sound ; Reliable connection (once paired)

Some frustrating pairing issues ; Needing to dock them to use the app is bizarre

The VerveOnes+ are the epitome of why Apple designed a custom chip to make Bluetooth pairing easy in its AirPods and new

Feb, 2017

Expert review by : Luke Westaway (cnet.com.au)

Get sweaty with the fitness-centric, Moto-branded VerveLife headphones

 

If you're finding your regular headphones aren't sturdy enough to handle your pavement-pounding, leg-flailing fitness regime, these orange-hued headphones might be up your alley.

Jun, 2016

Expert review by (which.co.uk)

Motorola VerveOnes+ review

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The Motorola VerveOnes+ are completely wireless in-ear headphones. Water resistant and lightweight, they look like a sleek solution for everyday use. But what's the all-important sound quality like, and how comfortable are they to wear? We sent them to...

Mar, 2017

Expert review by : Jason Cipriani (mashable.com)

Motorola's cable-free earbuds fall short of the great wireless promise

 

Truly wireless earbuds still have a ways to go.

Lightweight, comfortable ; Portable charger doubles as a carrying case ; Completely wireless earbuds are just cool

Finicky Bluetooth connection ; Not all that comfortable

Completely wireless and waterproof design are the key selling points of an otherwise mediocre pair of earbuds.

Sep, 2016

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