Disclosure: This post is sponsored by VerveLife in conjunction with Blog Meets Brand and I have been compensated for my participation. All opinions are my own.
As a runner for the past 25 years, it’s safe to say that I’ve gone through my share of headphones. Yes, I ran with a walkman, then a Discman, and (thankfully!) now with a much smaller and more reliable iPhone. I’m pretty picky about earbuds, and it’s been hard to find ones that stay in even when I’m sweating on the run, particularly with wireless headphones.
I like a pair of headphones that can work for me on the run, but also day to day. My work often requires me to be on the phone, so the ability to quickly and easily use the wireless earbuds to take calls is important. If you need headphones that can cover the bases for every part of you busy daily life, read on!
Motorola VerveLoop+ Wireless Earbuds
I am happy to say I found a pair I have continued to wear and love, and they’re wireless! There’s nothing worse than getting in a zone on your run and then accidentally yanking out your earbuds with an arm swing. The Motorola VerveLoop+ wireless earbuds allow you to run without getting tangled up!
The VerveLoop+ wireless stereo earbuds are sweatproof and waterproof (yay!!) and super lightweight. I was excited to discover that they are also compatible with Siri and easily used with my iPhone to take calls if needed on the run (they are also compatible with Android devices and Google Now). With up to 10 hours of battery life (you charge them on your computer via a USB cord), they will power you through almost any run or workout! The HD sounds is also fabulous when you’re working out to your favorite playlist.
Other VerveLife Products
In addition to the VerveLoop+, there are other great wireless sound and video options from the VerveOnes and VerveOnes+. The VerveOne is a “computer in your ear,” completely free of wires and capable of giving you great HD sound and the freedom to make calls wherever you are! There is also the VerveRider and VerveRider+ which are also “wearable” earbuds, except that they have a collar-style loop. The VerveRider has 12 hours of battery life and all of the other features like great HD sound and the ability to take calls and use Siri or Google Voice. The VerveCam+ is a wearable camera that offers 2.5k HD motion video, photo and video editing. time-lapse and loop recording.
Click HERE to learn more about the entire Verve line.
Leave a Reply