Those battery life figures are impressive - there has to be a sizeable battery in there somewhere - and yet the whole thing feels light (even too light, apparently). Fun...
"The headphones are light adding to the feeling of cheapness"
I stopped reading the review after that. Dear GSMa, please have mercy on the world and I humbly request you to fire all your reviewers who liken lightness to cheapness. The world is already saddled with massive and heavy mobile phones thanks to reviewers like these whining over cheapness and premium-ness.
I am someone who uses fully enclosed on ear bluetooth earphones all day and I assure you, lightness in earphones is an asset. The last thing the world needs is glass, stainless steel and other 'premium' materials for headphones and having your ears,
head, neck and shoulders bearing all that weight.
Phones already weigh a quarter kilo these days. What the world doesn't need is premium headphones weighing half a kilo.
It's a good thing gadget reviewers don't review cars. Or else they'd say a Honda Accord is better than an F1 or LeMans racer as these are lighter and feel cheaper than the family sedan.
I plead you. This is one of the last decent gadget sites. You were the last people still fighting the good fight against sealed batteries, till you gave up as it was a lost cause and you did your best. Please do not encourage reviewers out for premium-ness and cheapness. I plead you again.