Get out and about with our Outlier series of wireless Bluetooth headphones!
Stay focused even through accidental splashes with our water-resistant in-ear and on-ear headphones. These sweatproof headphones are your best companions for running and fitness.
For those who prefers wearing them over-ear, our headphones feature an elegant, minimalistic style that is perfect for a day-to-day wear.
Groch on Outlier ONE
The Best Sports Buds I have tried so far, (and I have tried a lot).
These Outlier ONEs hit all the right buttons for me. I am a music nut but in terms of time spent listening per day, I wear my exercise headphones more per day than listen to my serious audiophile stuff. None of these Bluetooth sports models sound as good as a well-chosen wired model. BUT, these sound better than the others I have tried and just as important are a great fit, comfortable, and stay in place.
W. Gallagher on Outlier Sports
Great for the price
I've been using these lately on my daily commute to work on public transit. Drowns out the engine of the city bus pretty well. They don't get terribly loud but at the same time, they cancel noise so well that it doesn't really seem necessary to blast music into my ears any longer. They connect remarkably fast. I've only noticed about a dozen drop outs after almost a month of use. This is usually due to battery life of either the headphones or the cell phone, I haven't narrowed that down as of yet.
JH on Outlier
Good for the price
So, I have had a chance to fully use these new headphones. And I am impressed. They are lightweight, durable and sound great. Volume is pretty loud so while it is not noise cancelling you can drown out unnecessary outside noise. Battery life is excellent. The rings can interchanged for a color of your choice and yes the rings do make a difference. Remove the rubber rings and or place them on the headphones and the bass fluctuates. I do enjoy the fact that these have the integrated MP3 player so if you don't feel the need to carry one. At first, they may not look high quality but they are indeed very good wireless headphones for the price.
HobbesEsq on Outlier ONE
Out of the box, they were nearly fully charged and fit easily in my ear. Within seconds I had paired them with my Tablet and was streaming music. They sound quality is good with lots of depth and bass, but they seem to be lacking a little at the high range. The earphones block out background noise well and they produce a loud volume. I have not yet worn these at the gym, but they seem very secure in my ear.
M. Roberts on Outlier Sports
I've been reading/watching reviews for months trying to find a good pair of bluetooth buds for bike riding and mowing the grass with my walk behind. These are by far the best I've found and I can't believe they never show up in searches for "best bluetooth earbuds". These are just as comfortable as the Jaybird X3. The Outliers sound way better though. These are the first bluetooth buds I've tried that never have any dropouts/disconnects. These aren't just good buds for the price because they are way better than the more expensive ones.
B. Vollmer on Outlier
Most comfortable Bluetooth headphones I’ve used.
I've had these for a couple days now and they are a great replacement for my older Creative WP-350 set. It's very light and very comfortable with my glasses. The sound is great. I'm really enjoying the micro-sd card feature. Paired very easily with my laptop and my android phone. Fits my head with or without my hat on. Great for when I'm walking the dogs. The light weight concerned me a bit but if you watch the video on Creative's website they twisted, bent, & stretched this set in unnatural angles; if my WP-350 is any indication then this will be a very good Bluetooth headset. The only thing I don't like is that no matter how much I pushed the micro-sd card into its slot it would fall out and I couldn't get it to work even though I could "feel" a click. When I tried with my thumb nail I "heard" and "felt" the click...guess I have fat fingers. Anyway, that feature is gr eat now that I got it working. I don't get a lot of calls on my phone so I am looking forward to testing out the Buddy app & it's text to speech feature on my phone.