Motorola VerveOnes+ Wireless Earbuds Review + Giveaway


During my trip to Miami I brought the most compact, travel friendly wireless earbuds I ever did see. Behold the VerveOnes+ True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds from Motorola, they retail for $249.99 and are completely wireless, waterproof and they offer up to 12 hours of playtime and 15 hours of talk time.  And we’re giving away a pair on Instagram! Head to @prettyconnected and simply like my Instagram page and the corresponding post (or click HERE for direct link)! Extra entry if you leave a comment. Full review of the headphones below!


My favorite feature of the headphones is the design. The case has a built in battery and the way it holds and secures the headphones is so compact. The sound quality is good but make sure you have the app so you can change the equalizer settings. And speaking of the app, Hubble Connect for VerveLife, it syncs your headphones so should you lose them the app shows you on a map the last place you had them connected. The fit was surprisingly comfortable given the ear buds size and I had no issues with them falling out. There’s also something to be said about being able to move your arms and body around without having to worry about a cord connection and it makes for a more comfortable run and stretch time.  Plus you never have to worry about a cord tangling again!motorola-VerveOnes+-wireless-earbuds-review

Calls are easy to take while you are walking or exercising and the microphone  The buds are so compact that when my hair is down I look like I’m talking to myself when a call comes in. The waterproof feature is really great and apparently goes so far as you can drop them in a puddle without damaging (although I wouldn’t recommend showering with them on!). Personally, I didn’t want to take my trial to that level but I broke my fair share of sweats working out under the Miami sun and was also rained on and there with no impact to the buds or sound.

The only downfall of the headphones is one of the earbuds would cut out every now and again. I read online that this is due to having the main bluetooth signal in one earbud and since there’s no wire, it basically has to  essentially transmit around or through your head, which can cause the disconnect. That said at all times one bud is working so if you’re not a sound snob it may not be the worst thing in the world.

There is room for improvement but these are definitely carving a strong benchmark for the future of headphones and pushing innovation forward.

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