blueant pump zone headphones review

BlueAnt Pump Zone Headphones

3.95

Design

4.2/5

Comfortably

3.5/5

Sound Quality

4.0/5

Sweat Protection

3.5/5

Battery

4.5/5

Pros

  • Nicely packaged, great case, easy to use accessories
  • Headphones are solidly built.
  • Sweat-proof. IP54 anti-microbial components.
  • 30 hours of use on a single charge!
  • Headphones allow Siri/Google integration.
  • The ability to connect via a 48” cable with jacks is a well thought out idea.

Cons

  • Nothing while in Bluetooth use;
  • phone call features will not work when the headphones are used with the audio jack cable.

so, with enough courage and money to spare this is the Blueant Pump Zone by blue and now getting a bass tuned headphone can be very expensive but for this one though it’s gotta be perfect for any tight budget consumers. Don’t get me wrong, it’s on the budget range. The quality and feature of this headphone rivals some of the top brands in the market. 

Moving on the standard review upon looking at the box design. It reminds me of the first generation of beats to their packaging. I know it’s not entirely important but personally the whole box layout could do some makeover. It looks candid for example at first, I thought the brand was pumped zone rather than blueant and heading back that description is a bit hard to read.  

Especially with the tour in languages. I also noticed a slight mix-up in the Korean section – maybe using a lighter background is better. Looking at both side of the packaging you will see all the feature it comes with seems that they’re trying very hard to lose all the features but let’s break it down a bit.  

BlueAnt Pump Zone Features

The BlueAnt Headphones comes with bluetooth 4.1 connectivity NFC for easy pairing. A BTX Kodak Comfort sealed ear cups with antimicrobial sweat proof cushion built-in microphone. Simple OneTouch controller folding design for compact storage. 30 hours of play time, an input jack for Wyatt listening and the best part is it comes with a carrying case, which is a bonus and rarely included even by top brands especially at this price range.  

so, with enough courage and money to spare this is the Blueant Pump Zone by blue and now getting a bass tuned headphone can be very expensive but for this one though it’s gotta be perfect for any tight budget consumers. Don’t get me wrong, it’s on the budget range. The quality and feature of this headphone rivals some of the top brands in the market. 

Moving on the standard review upon looking at the box design. It reminds me of the first generation of beats to their packaging. I know it’s not entirely important but personally the whole box layout could do some makeover. It looks candid for example at first, I thought the brand was pumped zone rather than blueant and heading back that description is a bit hard to read.  

so, with enough courage and money to spare this is the Blueant Pump Zone by blue and now getting a bass tuned headphone can be very expensive but for this one though it’s gotta be perfect for any tight budget consumers. Don’t get me wrong, it’s on the budget range. The quality and feature of this headphone rivals some of the top brands in the market. 

Moving on the standard review upon looking at the box design. It reminds me of the first generation of beats to their packaging. I know it’s not entirely important but personally the whole box layout could do some makeover. It looks candid for example at first, I thought the brand was pumped zone rather than blueant and heading back that description is a bit hard to read.  

Startup unboxing, you’ll be greeted with and that are shot of the unit for this review I chosen the black gray version. It also comes in rose, gold, blue and red under white. Instead seeing the BlueAnt Pump Zone Headphones unit, you will find a carrying case fair switch covered by a transparent plastic. The case is made from hard material which should give extra protection and I do also like the fibrous texture of this case.  

Inside the case you’ll find a Velcro fitted compartment which stores the micro-USB and input cables however the supply input cable could have been better. If it’s thick and longer my first impression holding this unit it doesn’t feel cheap at all.  

In fact, it feels premium with the metal frames on both of the ear caps which also adds a tiny weight to it. The foam material looks sporty and it feels squishy and blends well with the soft touch rubber on the overall structure. Even the clicks when unfolding the BlueAnt Pump Zone Headphones feels nice not to mention the exposed wires on both side of the ear caps really adds design aesthetic even more.  

Top of the ban you will find blue and brown with a pump and zone and printed on the right and left respectively blue and design this unit with one touch in mind which makes the NFC sense of being placed on the left ear cap and the right ear caps for all the controller’s input jack and charging forward.

The controller layout is easy to understand and memorize to power on all you need is to press and hold the play/pause button until blue lights start blinking holding and even longer will let you into pairing mode.

For most all Android smartphone user you just need to tap your phone at the left ear cup and it will instantly pair to volume up and down as well as the track control is our relevantly place which is super convenient when controlling your music through the headphone. Only the fan zone is targeted not only for bass levels with the ip54 anti-microbial sweat-proof that happen is also suitable for work app use.

This approach is not without caveat instead the air cap being loosely designed for most of the effect it had to be narrowly oval shape which is believed to provide better grip and noise isolation that causes slight discomfort for extended wear and in fact during the test,

I was only able to wear it continuously about 40 minutes which is roughly listening to an album before my ears needed a break plus the band only able to extend up to 7 centimeter which is a bit short specially when you’re wearing a cap but still results may vary.  

Does hands-on testing is recommended like – bluetooth 4.1 headphones. The range is standard about 10 feet and the valley goes on with its 30 our playtime ability. Which is averagely 10 hours plus compared than most top headphone brands would offer recharge time is pretty decent – from 0 to 100% within 80 minutes. Not a big question can this headphone pump some mega bass of course it can surprisingly at this price and did I mention you can get this from $45?  

wireless headphones BlueAnt Pump Zone Review

The base is in DT and punchy till it rattles your ears however as you explore with various genres upside ADM techno the mid turns out a bit shallow and weak which also makes the vocal sound not as crispy.

That being said if your playlist is filled with EDM techno z medium Daft Punk and the list goes on then you will not be disappointed at all even without noise cancelling feature the BlueAnt Pump Zone Headphones managed to isolate some of the acts no noise but leaks most of the sound when listening above medium level does.  

The effort is not suitable for midnight flight or in the library of soil. Personally, I don’t do calls via headphones for the purpose of this review yes, the BlueAnt Pump Zone Headphones is able to provide decent voice quality but like I said it’s not crispy but a bit muffle to be exact. On the plus side though this handphone allows you to activate Siri and Google.  

Now by simply double tap the play pause button, Siri when is the Apple Keynote you can watch mine unlike the previously repeal LG infinim tone. Plus, this is indeed a night and day difference so in conclusion if you’re into EDM techno kind of thing and you’re rocking an android NFC built-in smartphone and this BlueAnt Pump Zone Headphones might be for you. 

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