I've always been that girl with the tangled headphones.
They are usually in several knots, somewhere in the bottom of my purse, and don't stay in my ears because of the way they are shaped. ( I have pretty small ears).
So during the past few weeks while reviewing the new VerveOnes+ truly wireless headphones, it was super cool getting earbud envy from my boss, friends, and even strangers.
All you'll need to do to set this up is download the Verve Life App.
Now, let's talk about the sound quality. I previously used Beats earbuds and honestly believe the VerveOnes+ is on the same level when it comes to payback.
I also like that you can adjust the settings of the earbuds through the app.
One thing to keep in mind is the connectivity. I noticed on occassion my earbuds would have an issue linking, meaning I'd only hear sound out of one ear.
I found "resetting" the earbuds by placing them back into the case (which also doubles as its charging station) does the trick, and you'll be back working out in no time.
For a full review and to see my VerveOnes+ in action, be sure to subscribe to my channel: YouTube.com/SashaHorne
The VerveOnes + (orange) and the VerveOnes (back) pictured below. Learn more at Verve.life
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