Kinivo BTH220 Bluetooth Stereo Headphone – Supports Wireless Music Streaming and Hands-Free calling

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Kinivo BTH220 Bluetooth Stereo Headphone – Supports Wireless Music Streaming and Hands-Free calling

Kinivo BTH220 Bluetooth Stereo Headphone - Supports Wireless Music Streaming and Hands-Free calling

  • Compatible with most Bluetooth enabled music players & A2DP enabled devices such as iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Android Smart Phones, etc.
  • Manage your music player directly from the headset with functions such as play, pause, next & previous track & volume
  • Serves as both a Wireless music headphone and Bluetooth phone headset for hands free calling
  • Comfortable, Lightweight Design with Up to 8 hours of talk time
  • Bluetooth v2.1 + EDR Class 2. Supports latest version of A2DP 1.2, AVRCP 1.0 and HS/HF Profiles

The Kinivo BTH220 Stereo Headset delivers style, performance, and remarkable sound with most stereo-capable Bluetooth devices. This lightweight headset lets you make Hands-Free Calls and Wirelessly Listen to Music so you’ll stay tuned-in!

Easy-to-Use Controls
BTH220 allows you to adjust volume, accept calls, and switch music tracks right from the headphones. A large call button on the side of the right speaker makes it simple to accept and make calls. By tapping on either side of this button, you can also change music tracks and adjust volume.

Key Features
– Portability:Lighweight (71g), foldable design provides maximum portability & convenient storage
– Rechargeable: Integrated rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides up to 8 hours of uninterrupted talk/ music time or 150 hours in the stand-by mode
– Hands-Free calling: BTH220 has an inbuilt Microphone. Music will automatically pause when you receive an incoming call
– Built for Maximum Comfort

List Price: $ 29.95

Price: $ 29.95

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3 thoughts on “Kinivo BTH220 Bluetooth Stereo Headphone – Supports Wireless Music Streaming and Hands-Free calling

  1. 256 of 265 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Pretty solid, great value, February 16, 2012
    By 
    Andrew Craig (Wisconsin) –

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    What I like:
    – Affordable
    – Easy to pair
    – Decent sound quality
    – Folding makes them less likely to break while transporting them
    – Nice on the ear cushioning

    What I don’t like:
    – They don’t quite fit flush with my ears. The gap tends to leak all of the bass out. If these fit tighter, the sound would be much better
    – The volume and track controls rattle a little when moving your head
    – Cannot turn off the blinking blue light
    – Sometimes the sound quality will be really bad and I’ll have to disconnect and reconnect. This does fix the issue though
    – A little bit of skipping when I’m at work, but I do work in a room full of servers and electronics and such and there is probably a ton of interference
    – Charging cord is only like 18 inches long and doesn’t come with a plug in adapter

    Overall, a good value.

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  2. 294 of 315 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I never leave home without them!, February 8, 2012
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    Derek Rowe (Frankfort, Ky) –
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    First of all Ive owned several pair of headphones in the past. Starting with the 2 pairs of Motorola HT820, 2 of the Motorola 305, and before this pair, the Arctic Sound p311. Ill tell you right now the Arctic Sound is the exact same pair as these Kinivo. Just different colors. Thats not a bad thing at all because I loved the Arctic Sound, except they died before a year was up after heavy usage. Just saying if you are trying to decide between these and the Arctic, Id choose whatever was cheaper. I got these for $19.99 when the Arctic were $30. Again the Arctic lasted about 10 months, but I wore them daily on my mail route which is 4 or 5 hrs easily, plus to the gym. They sound great and the best thing about them is the battery life. It claims 8 hours, but I guarantee you will get 12 hours per charge easy. Maybe more. The Motorola 305 will get 6 hours battery life. I had to charge them every night. The Kinivo I can skip a day or 2. The only thing I wish they would fix, and this covers all manufactures of Bluetooth headphones, is the warning tone when the battery is low. I ran these down on purpose and it gives off 3 tones every 30 seconds when the battery gets low. Problem with that is the warning tones lasted for almost an hour. Thats another hour I could have enjoyed my headphones without being interrupted with tones every 30 seconds. Its so annoying and I dont know why companies dont make a warning when there’s 10 or 15 minutes left, or spread them 10 or 15 minutes a part at least. Its like playing Zelda when Links heart level goes below 3 and beeps constantly. That should have been fixed on Zelda 2 for the NES. Other than that the only small gripe I have is I cant fast forward or rewind with these on an iPhone, only skip to the next or previous track. I could with the Motorola 305. Its not a big deal, just a minor thing. The ear pads are comfy and didnt come off like my Motorola 305s did. I ended up super gluing them back on and making a mess using too much glue. The range is great. 30 feet. All in all I gave these phones a 5. They arent perfect, but a pair this great for $20.00 should not be passed up. $30.00 is a steal also if the price jumps back up.

    UPDATE!!!! Great news, which pertains more to the Arctic Sound earphones i purchased 10 months ago, and said were no longer working. I plugged them up yesterday to test the charge once more before I tossed them out. They charged for an hour, and Ive been using them since with no problem. My only guess is maybe I got them wet with my sweat or out in the rain on my mail route. Either way now i have two great pair of head phones now. So again just buy which ever is cheaper at the moment and you wont be disappointing. I also recommend the Monster Clarity HD Portable Bluetooth speakers. I just purchased those on sale for $63.00. They are amazing!!

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  3. 313 of 345 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Comfortable fit, user-friendly design & good sound quality, November 22, 2011
    By 
    Jared Castle (Roseburg, Oregon United States) –
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    Customer Video Review Length:: 4:23 Mins

    We give the Kinivo BTH220 Bluetooth Stereo Headphone a high five (stars), two thumbs up or whatever gesture you prefer (your hands are free to do as you like) to specify this is a quality headset. Smart phone users will enjoy the lightweight design, user-friendly buttons and good sound quality.
    Our product interview was held at the local laundromat, where the headset was tested for sound quality and call reception against the background noise of washing machines and dryers. For our tests the headphone was paired up with an iPhone; call quality was tested against an Android Smart Phone. We didn’t test the longevity of talk time (listed as up to eight hours) but the headset lasted long enough for all of our tests after a full charge.

    The over-the-ear design won’t block out outside noise as well as ear buds but the design is more comfortable so you can wear them for longer stretches of time without your ears becoming sore. For our purposes comfort (cushions, lightweight design) outweigh absolute sound blocking.

    The headset uses an integrated rechargeable lithium-ion battery that is provides up to eight hours of use (according to the instructions). We like the rechargeable feature for two reasons: one, we’re not packing AAA batteries on our head and; two, we save money while being green. We didn’t push the headset to the eight-hour limit but it held up well during our tests. The headset charges through the USB connector; a wall adapter would be nice but that is a minor complaint.

    In summary, Kinivo BTH220 Bluetooth Stereo Headphone is a quality headset that is compatible with an impressive number of smart phones. This is a good headset for yourself or as a Christmas present if comfort and ease of use are your first concerns.

    Rating: Five stars.

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