For Daily Use.
2 EQ Modes
Podcasts & audio books.
For Stable Calls
On The Move
open-ear listening in everyday life.
What’s In The Box
up to 33 feet (10m).
standard mode for
Had them bought for me as a gift months ago. No way these are bone conduction but rather need putting over the ears to hear something. When it gets to about 60% left battery, a weird loud female voice screams 'charge me' every half a minute. It is scary annoying and can't be stopped. On the good side, they're light enough and some of the surrounding environment can be heard at the same time. Overall it is a weak product and I wouldn't have bought it.
These headphones are a gift so I don’t know about their performance but the person to whom I’m gifting them really wanted this brand & model based on previous experience. Delivery was very quick and altogether a very trouble-free experience
I have had two pairs. Lost the first OpenMove, so got a second pair. They are comfortable and the battery seems to last a long time. Sound is bass light, but I tuned the equaliser on my phone to compensate. They can go loud for me. I think the second pair have a slightly less distorted sound compared to the first pair, plus they seem louder. Since it only has a single microphone, wind noise at more than moderate speeds make it hard for the caller to hear - though I keep my calls brief anyway. The controls are simple and work well, unlike touch controls on other brands. No accidental touches or no response due to wet fingers. Just a positive click.
Battery life if very good. I like the USB-C charging port as I have lot's of compatible cables and chargers. I am thinking of buying the OpenRun Pro, but wish it had a standard USB-C port, instead of the propriety magnetic port and cable connection.
Overall I treat the sound from the OpenMove as background music while I ride. Don't expect amazing deep bass sound, but be safe hearing your surroundings.
I got them on discount from a good supplier in the UK. Google search will reveal the deals.
I've always had problems with not being able to hear my surroundings and having earphones fall out. This solves them both
A: Equalization – or EQ – is one of the most well-known forms of audio processing in music playing. OpenMove offers 3 EQs for different surroundings: Standard mode, Vocal booster mode, Earplug mode.
You can press and hold the button of volume + and - for 3s when music playing to switch EQ.
Test conditions: Paired OpenMove with iPhone 7, adjusted to the standard EQ mode, played the white noise file with a 44.1kHz sampling rate and 24bit depth in wav format through the IOS music player, and set the volume to around 80% of the maximum volume.
Test content: OpenMove battery was fully discharged and then charged to 100%. The audio file was played until the headphones stopped playback. The duration time was counted as the continuous playback time of the headphones.
The test result showed that the OpenMove had a continuous playback time of up to 6 hours. In actual use, battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage, and many other factors.
②IPX5: This rating applies to items that are protected against ingress from jets of liquid.
a) OpenMove was placed on a testing table.
b) A strong jet was used to project water in all directions of OpenMove.
c) The inner diameter of the jet was 6.3mm, and the water flow was 12.5L/min.
d) The distance between the jet and OpenMove was between 2.5m to 3m, and the duration time was 3 minutes.
After the test, OpenMove functioned normally.
1. Testing on access to hazardous parts: Used a metal wire of 1.0 mm to probe some hazardous parts such as gaps of the shell.
2. Testing on the entry of solid foreign objects:
a) OpenMove was placed in a dustproof box with talc powder floating in the box. The amount of talc powder was 2kg per cubic meter of the test box volume.
③Compared to the 6th generation, the 7th generation has higher waterproof standard and 50% less sound leakage.
enjoy total awareness while you listen.