We’ve read the reviews across the web for the Outdoor Tech Chips 2.0 Wireless Bluetooth Helmet Audio and summarize the results below:
PeakScore: 73 (out of 100)
User Rating: 3.4 stars
Expert Rating: 4.2 stars
Number of Ratings Reviewed: 314
Pros & Cons
Reasons to buy:
- The volume, skip, and answer buttons are all easy to use with gloves on, allows for easy accessibility.
- The sound quality and volume are good.
- Good range of sound volume.
- The calls come through most of the time, and you can hear well.
- Adequate battery life.
- Compatible with any helmet that has audio storage capabilities.
- 40mm drivers enables high-quality sound.
- Walkie-talkie enabled to provide push-to-talk communication abilities.
- Features large buttons on each side for easy control.
- Bluetooth wireless and wired-input options both available, for functionality.
- Reports of headphones connecting with iPhone without issues and stays connected.
- Durable and lightweight.
Reasons NOT to buy:
- Getting the set-up working can be difficult during the pairing stage.
- The package doesn’t provide a USB plug.
- The signal can get interrupted if the phone is not in the closest pocket.
- Reports of the Bluetooth feature cutting out occasionally.
- The charging cable is not compatible with other devices.
- Reports of the push-to-talk button on the right headphone not working.
- Reported durability issues.
- The microphone sometimes has trouble hearing in windy conditions.
- If you lose the 3.5mm charging adapter, no other cable will charge it.
- Using these headphones, it is easy to obtain data from the app, such as personal information, which highlights the lack of security.
- Possible to see someone’s location and listen to their conversations, highlighting a huge breach in security and personal space.
The Outdoor Tech Chips 2.0 Wireless Bluetooth Helmet Audio is a good option for those looking to buy active Bluetooth headphones without breaking the bank. The mixed reviews of durability, sound quality, security and call ability support the adage of “you pay for what you get.”