The Top 3 Best MPOW Bluetooth Headsets (As Of January 2020)
Here are the top 3 MPOW Bluetooth headsets followed by a list of their latest models:
Considering this bluetooth headset's average ranking of 88%, we are confident that the Mpow H12 is, as of now, Alphachooser's best MPOW bluetooth headset 2020. Furthermore, we think that our 1507 reviews sampled from our sources give us a high confidence level (more on confidence levels) that pushes us to label it a "no-brainer best choice."
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With its star rating of 4.5 over 25174 reviews, here is second best MPOW bluetooth headset. * This list is based on an in-depth analysis of hundreds of reviews from across the web.
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This Bluetooth headset employs Bluetooth version 4.1 to play music and facilitate calls for seven hours, has an unimpressive stand-by span of 175 hours, and appears to lack interesting specs (like any noise-suppressing or rugged features) other than having magnetic earbuds.
Aside from features like nano-coating technology (for protection from sweat) and a special memory titanium wire material, the Mpow Cheetah is pretty much like every other generic Bluetooth headset with an 8-hour working time and 180 hours of stand-by.
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The Wolverine seems to base its sports Bluetooth headset claim mostly on sweat resistance (apparently no specific rating) and the way it fits in the ear, completed by CVC 6.0 noise-cancellation and music playback and talk times of eight hours.
The music playback and talk times of 13 hours somewhat outshine its other specs, such as the built-in magnetic storage (which automatically attracts the earpieces to the main body), call-in remind function (the right side of the headset vibrates during an incoming call), and CVC 6.0 noise cancellation, but the 3-hour charging time is rather long.
Mpow's Bluetooth headset paired with a CVC 6.0 digital noise reduction (DNR) technology, which also uses CSR's Apt-X audio enhancement, depends on a set of ear hooks to keep its earbuds in place, but only produces a short 5-hour usage time for calls and music.
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Heavily banking on the protein memory material used on its earmuffs, this Mpow model has the makings of your typical over-the-head stereo Bluetooth headset, with specs like CVC 6.0 noise cancellation, 15 hours of talk time, and a 3.5mm audio jack for wired use.
The Mpow Antelope is primarily marketed as a sports Bluetooth headset on the basis of its being designed to stay in place and resist sweat, but its specs also have CVC 6.0 noise cancellation, 240 hours of stand-by, and an 8-hour talk time -- all of which are pretty standard in its category
Mpow's Seashell comes equipped with aptX audio-enhancement, a 6th-generation CVC noise cancelling system, and an IPX4 splash-resistant rating, although it is worth noting that its 185-hour standby time (and 210-minute recharge time) falls behind the competition.
This Bluetooth headset does away with the rugged characteristics of many of its Mpow siblings and instead shifts the focus towards specs like CVC 6.0 noise cancellation technology, aptX audio, and two kinds of ear tips (close and semi-closed) -- although its relatively-short 5.5-hour working time is hard to ignore.