Overall score: 85/100
Tested: July 2020
- Type: Over-ear
- Battery life: Up to 100 hours
- Noise cancelling: No
- Accessories included: Charging cable, audio cable, soft carry case
- Location of in-line controls: On ear-cup
Available from: amazon.co.uk
What is it?
These wireless over-ear headphones from Cleer last for an impressive 100 hours between charges. Comfortable to wear, they sound great and even come with a 3.5mm cable, which can be used to listen in high-res when playing compatible streaming services.
GHI expert verdict
These are the longest-lasting wireless over-ear headphones we’ve tested. Comfortable with high sound quality, they also come with a 3.5mm audio cable, so you can listen in high-res too.
These long-lasting headphones sound good, with the right mix of treble and bass. On test, we found them comfortable to wear for long periods of time and we were impressed that a 10-minute charge provides 13 hours of listening time. They’ll fully charge in three hours, too.
Music can be paused, played and skipped using the buttons on the left ear cup and the headphones can also be used to take calls and summon a voice assistant, too. We love the fast pair feature for Android phones that automatically identifies and connects you to the headphones.
The headphones aren’t suitable for exercise as they slip forward when jogging and the plastic design won’t be to everyone’s taste.
- Ease of use: 3.8/5
- Design: 3.5/5
- Instructions: 3.5/5
- Performance: 4.7/5
How we test
When testing headphones, we listen to a range of different music genres – everything from rock and pop to jazz, classical, dance and electronic. We evaluate the battery life and how long they take to recharge, how comfortable they are to wear, and how effective any noise-cancelling technology is. We also consider how easy it is to take and make phone calls, as well as use all the other controls.
All product information provided by the manufacturer is correct at time of publication.
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