The box doesn’t feel cheap at all. When you open the box, you get the Bluetooth headphones first. Underneath, you’ll find a micro-usb cable, aux cable and a manual thrown in.
The bass isn’t impressive in any way but I find it adequate. I’d say it’s very balanced and does it’s job.
Oh dear it sucks. Everyone complained about a loud static noise in the mic during remote work meetings. But they could understand when I talk though. Weird.
First time wearing your headset is a real pain as it really presses on your head. I tried to stretch my previous Bluedio headset by hands and that’s how I broke it. I stretch the AWEI headset using its box itself everyday for 2 weeks before it became somewhat comfortable.
First worlds problems? I cannot connect the headset to both my laptop and mobile phone. If i get a call e.g. i’ll have to disconnect it from my laptop and connect to my phone manually. My previous Bluedio T2 didn’t have this issue.
If you shake the headset, the right cup has some parts moving in it. It’ll not be possible to wear this while you workout e.g.
For the price of Rs 1500 in Mauritius (saw it being sold at Rs 1000 too), I think it’s an okay headset. Not great but also not bad. In times where international ecommerce websites are slow to ship, I’m okay with it.
After the guy refueled my car, it’s time for payment. As usual, i pay by my debit card. I entered my PIN on his wireless machine and hand it over to the guy. Dude says please reenter my PIN because the transaction failed and I did. And I saw the machine says: “Printing Err”. I told the guy no! It’s your machine which is not printing. I open my Juice app by MCB. And I see that 2 transaction happened each deducting Rs 1000.
Fortunately, the guy did some thing on the machine and refunded me Rs 1000 in cash. The machine actually started printing.
The purpose of this article is to educate my fellow friends about issues that can happen while using your debit card. It’s always good to have mobile banking facilities so as you can take actions immediately. If you’d rely on your bi-yearly statement to detect this, well, Good luck with that! Stay safe.