Samsung Gear IconX - earphones

Mfg.Part: SM-R150NZBAXAR | CDW Part: 4524200 | UNSPSC: 52161543
  • Earphones
  • 4 GB
  • blue
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This item was discontinued on June 06, 2018

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Samsung Gear IconX - earphones
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  • Earphones
  • 4 GB
  • blue
Designed with fitness in mind, the Gear IconX by Samsung is the perfect workout partner for the active listener. With Gear IconX, you'll enjoy superior audio in a totally cable-free package that includes stabilizing, wing tipped ear gels, a super-lightweight design and a compact, convenient charging case. Users can stream music directly from their phone, or use the built-in music player and not have to worry about carrying their phone to the gym or on those long walks or runs. 4GB of on board storage allows them to store up to 1000 songs directly on the headset for autonomous, phone-free listening. Add this to the built in activity tracker and heart rate monitor and take your workout to the next level.

Samsung Gear IconX - earphones is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 162.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Good idea, Terrible Implementation I was given these as a gift and looking forward to finally not having to worry about wires hanging down when listening to music.Unfortunately, it didn't quite work out. After 1 week, I would leave the earbuds charging in its case, and after leaving them charging for 2 straight days, I go to put them in and the left earbud says critical battery and the right earbud says 10%.I understand when it comes to wireless, battery life isn't the greatest, especially when devices are drawing a lot of power for the convenience of wireless, but to leave them charging for a couple of days and not have them barely charged at all, is another thing.The light on the little charger case is green which indicates full charge, however when turing them on and syncing them to my galaxy s6, it gives me the critical battery and 10% warning.I love Samsung and pretty much all my electronics are Samsung, but these were REALLY dissapointing.Maybe I have a faulty pair? Could be, but I would not recommend these to anyone.
Date published: 2017-12-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very low durability Within 2-3 months of using the IconX headphones, one of the headphones becomes so quiet that you can barely hear it, regardless of the volume. The headphones are not dropped, and are only used when I run - the rest of the time they remain in their case. This problem has persisted through every pair of headphones that samsung has replaced. It is great that they replace their product, but it is very annoying having to mail in the headphones every 2 months because they stop working. I am now on my 4th pair of headphones that I am now having to return, yet again, for this issue and they have sent back a new pair of headphones each time, with the exact same issue reoccuring each and every time.
Date published: 2017-11-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Design, Poor Execution Design: AThese earbuds are great in theory; the combination of features, sound, look, and fit are what you'd expect out of a pair of earbuds for the price.Execution: DThe overall performance is absolutely not what you'd expect out of a pair of earbuds for the price. Bluetooth problems, battery life, and changing issues are some of the specifics I will elaborate on below.Fit: B+As far as in-ear headphones, these fit great. I have odd ears; I use the small tips for my right ears and the medium tips for another, so the option to switch them is nice. That being said, I have never liked the in-ear design. I prefer designs that don't rely on the tip being wedged in your ear canal. These can become uncomfortable after prolonged periods of time, but I have never worn a pair of in-ear headphones where this was not the case.Sound: B+If you're a true audiophile, you're probably not looking at bluetooth headphones. If you're not, the sound is definitely good enough. Like most bluetooth headphones, you're losing some of the extreme highs and lows, but everything you do get is pretty crisp and clear.Battery: DThe battery life in these is terrible, and is probably their worst feature. I've had them last as little as an hour, usually get close to 2 hours before the 10% warning when listening on my phone. You can double the life by using the built in storage, but this limits you to preloaded music that you can only shuffle. The charging case will charge them back up pretty quickly, but it's still annoying to take them out for half an hour while you let them charge. Plus it's not too hard to wear the charging case out during the day too if you listen to music a lot.Charging Case: BAs mentioned before, they charge the earbuds relatively quickly. However, sometimes they won't charge if they're not sitting in there right. The good news is the charging lights will let you know this is the case, and you can just take them out and put them back in and you'll be good to go. The bad news is it takes a 10-15 seconds for them to start blinking, so there's a good chance they'll be in your pocket out of sight before you see the blinking lights. I will admit that since I use different size tips for mine, I may experience this problem more so than others.Bluetooth: C-Range doesn't seem to be an issue; you can get up and walk to another room and have uninterrupted connection. It seems to be rapid movements, particularly biking, that mess up the connection. This is pretty annoying for me as I bike a lot. Other random connection interruptions happen sometimes, though it's seldom. You just stick them back in the case and take them back and they'll be good to go.Heartbeat Sensor: A+Take this with a grain of salt, I've only used it a couple times because I'd prefer to spare my battery, but I have had no issues with the heartbeat sensor, and it's a neat little feature.Controls: BThey're fairly straightforward. Sometimes you hit something you don't mean to, but they're definitely a helpful featureStorage: BPlenty of storage, which is good. Having to listen to your music on shuffle is not so good.Overall: CGood headphones in the grand scheme of things, but not sure if they're worth the price.
Date published: 2017-10-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Left Earbud Syncing and Charging Issue. The left earbud, even after resetting, does not sync or play music and won't even charge properly. That is not the only problem, the earbuds do not sync with the Samsung gear app. Keeps asking me to check my mobile device compatibility or update app. I just bought these earbuds and worked for only a day. Looked at reviews and forums, and this is a common issue with the earbuds and with the Gear App trying to work with them. Good design and comfort but bad software and internal hardware. Not worth the price point for all the headaches. Now need to recontact Samsung again to start a return/refund.
Date published: 2017-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing I love how its like smart ear phones & the designs are PERFECT. keep working on these.
Date published: 2017-10-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Battery life is terrible When they work, they are great. They refuse to hold a charge for any length of time, and they drain in the case. Even at full charge I only get about an hour of use.
Date published: 2017-09-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from great concept terrible execution I'm sorry I bought these. They refuse to stay connected, constantly shutting off. Battery life is bogus. Plus even the smallest earpiece doesn't fit properly. What a waste of my hard earned money.
Date published: 2017-08-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from battery life great product just wish the battery would last longer.
Date published: 2017-08-13
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