What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Kinivo BTH220 Bluetooth Stereo Headphone – Supports Wireless Music Streaming and Hands-Free Calling?

A total of 15 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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28th Sep 2017

The gym is my stress relief and I had the same issue with the typical bad gym music. Im usually in there 5 days a week doing 1 day cardio and 4 days of weights. My current gym setup is Spotify on my phone, and the $20 Kinivo BTH220 bluetooth headphones [https://www.amazon.com/Kinivo-BTH220-Bluetooth-Stereo-Headphone/dp/B005LKB0IU](Amazon link). Ive also tried some MPow wired headphones that have the piece that goes over the ear, but the cord can be a pain, and the cord typically broke after a year.

Theres plenty of people who need good gym headphones, and searching on amazon shows plenty of frugal and good options. Hope that helps.

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23rd Aug 2017

I bought a lot of BT earphones on Ali and I can tell you that the majority will break down on you in less than a year.

For the money, the best BT headphone I got was the kinivo BTH-220 Good battery life and decent sound for about 20 bucks. The only downside is that it is a headphone (behind the ear) but for bicycles this is perfect since it won’t fall of your head. Amazon link

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1st Jun 2016

I found them at Amazon: Kinivo BTH220
I don’t know that they would work very well just sitting on your neck, but you could give it a shot. I just tried it to find out and it’s pretty hard to hear. You might be better off getting a small bluetooth speaker.

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11th Feb 2016

Matt Ogus wears these ones everyday (literally, he wears them while he’s out on dinner dates and shit). Personally have no expertise in them but for $20 they sure beat JayBirds

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18th Feb 2015

Not the same ones you posted but I bought these years ago. They worked out pretty good for the price but I had a problem with the plastic near the ear kinda coming off and poking into my head and it was uncomfortable. Also Mini USB charger instead of micro was a pain in the ass.

http://www.amazon.com/Kinivo-Bluetooth-Stereo-Headphone-Black/dp/B005LKB0IU/ref=pd_sim_cps_7?ie=UTF8&refRID=0QQZ2ZDT9JAZBB4VJEX4

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26th Oct 2020

Just wear a headset like I do, up the volume as loud as you want.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005LKB0IU/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_EnILFb59H1HAF?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

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8th Jan 2016

Just remembered I wasn’t wearing my Q7s……I was wearing these:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005LKB0IU/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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27th Apr 2015

I’ve worn the Kinivo BTH220 for two years without sweat-related problems.

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14th Jan 2015

I’m not looking for something great, just a little better than my current headphones. I want something that’s just as portable (at a pinch, these can be folded down to fit in most pockets) and has Bluetooth. As a student, I can’t really afford anything over £80 ($120).

Budget – £80 ($120) but the cheaper the better to be honest.

Source – I want to be able to wirelessly connect to my phone (anything wired just breaks on me). I know that this limits the sound quality but I find wireless just so much more practical that it’s worth it (to me at least).

Requirements for Isolation – I would like some isolation but to be honest, it’s not a huge factor (at this budget, I can’t afford to be any more fussy).

Preferred Type of Headphone – On ear and very portable, wireless headphones is what I’m looking for.

Past headphones – These are my previous headphones and whilst cheap, I was very pleased with them. I love how portable they are and how easy the Bluetooth functions make it to use. The only issues I have are the sound quality and when I’m talking on the phone (using the built in mic) it’s reportedly really quiet.

Preferred Music – I like acoustic guitar based music mostly. Examples: 1, 2, 3, 4.

Location – I’m from the UK.

Any left out information is probably something I’m not too fussy about but the main features I’m looking for are wireless capability, portability and sound quality (at least compared to my current headphones which aren’t great).

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13th Jan 2015

I’m not looking for something great, just a little better than my current headphones. I want something that’s just as portable (at a pinch, these can be folded down to fit in most pockets) and has Bluetooth. As a student, I can’t really afford anything over £80 ($120).

Budget – £80 ($120) but the cheaper the better to be honest.

Source – I want to be able to wirelessly connect to my phone (anything wired just breaks on me).

Requirements for Isolation – I would like some isolation but to be honest, it’s not a huge factor (at this budget, I can’t afford to be any more fussy).

Preferred Type of Headphone – On ear and very portable, wireless headphones is what I’m looking for.

Past headphones – These are my previous headphones and whilst cheap, I was very pleased with them. I love how portable they are and how easy the Bluetooth functions make it to use. The only issues I have are the sound quality and when I’m talking on the phone (using the built in mic) it’s reportedly really quiet.

Preferred Music – I like acoustic guitar based music mostly. Examples: 1, 2, 3, 4.

Location – I’m from the UK.

Any left out information is probably something I’m not too fussy about but the main features I’m looking for are wireless capability, portability and sound quality (at least compared to my current headphones which aren’t great).

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12th Jan 2015
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23rd Jul 2013

These are an amazing deal. They’re comfortable, sound quality is decent (I’m more of a podcast listener, so to me the sound quality is pretty good), durable, and the battery life on them is great.

If I break ’em or lose ’em, I’ll buy another pair.

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6th May 2013

I really like these bluetooth headphones. They are comfortable and have good sound and range. The Voice command, and music controls have worked on both my iphone and samsung galaxy s2.

At $30 bucks you’d be hard pressed to find a better value.