Honeywell Bluetooth 5.0 Electronic Earbuds, White
- BRAND: Honeywell
- MODEL NAME: Electronic In-Ear Earbuds
- COLOR: White
- FORM FACTOR: In Ear
- CONNECTIVITY TECHNOLOGY: Bluetooth
- BLUETOOTH: 5.0
- DATA SPEED: 2 Mbps
- BATTERY: 200mAh Lithium Battery
- RECHARGING TIME: 2-hour
- PLAYTIME: 10 hours
- SENSITIVITY: 29 dB
These Honeywell Bluetooth 5.0 Electronic Earbuds make it simple to sync with all of your wireless devices, including your phone and music player. This enables you to work safely with your hands free as you make or receive phone calls. Compared to Bluetooth 4.2, the 2 Mbps communication speed allows for greater fidelity audio from your music player. Separate volume controls are also provided by the Bluetooth technology for easy office adjustments. The push-in earplug design offers a 29 dB Noise Reduction Rating, ensuring hearing safety. This shields the ear from engines, power tools, and other work-related noise so that it is safe to make and receive calls and stream music.
These earbuds have flexible, moldable earhooks for a snug fit and soft, foam eartips for all-day comfort. A full workday or a weekend of housework around the yard can easily be covered by the 200mAh lithium battery’s 10 hours of continuous operation. With the bundled USB-C cable, charging only takes two hours. Additionally, the package comes with a handy carrying case that makes it easy to store everything when not in use.
WHAT’S IN THE BOX
- carrying case
- 3 pairs of foam ear tips
- cable adjuster
- USB-C charging cable
HOW TO TURN ON
Pull down the phone’s top shade on an Android device, then long-press the Bluetooth icon. It will immediately take you to the Bluetooth menu, where you may enable it and then start looking for devices. To link a pair of headphones, tap their name.
HOW TO TURN OFF
- To turn the earphones off, place them in the charging case.
- Press and hold the Volume down button on the left earbud or the Multi-function button on the right earbud until the LED flashes green (on) or red to turn on or off each individual earpiece (off).
HOW TO PAIR
- From the top of the screen, swipe downward.
- Touch Bluetooth and hold it.
- To pair a new device, tap. If Pair new device isn’t there, go under “Available devices” or hit More. Refresh.
- Select the Bluetooth device you want to associate with your device by tapping its name.
- Observe any directions displayed on the screen.
HOW TO CONNECT
- Launch the Settings app.
- Select Connections.
- Click Bluetooth.
- Set the pairing mode on your wireless headphones.
- Swipe Scan.
- In the Bluetooth menu, tap the name of the headphones.
HOW TO SYNC
- Open the settings first.
- Tap Connections after that.
- Next, tap Bluetooth.
- In the top-right corner of your screen, select Scan.
- Next, hold down the power button on your headphones for a few seconds.
- Find your headphones and tap them at the end.
HOW TO RESET
- Remove the headset from the list of linked devices on your cell phone.
- Turn off your phone fully after deleting something, then turn it back on. This clears the Bluetooth stack in the phone’s Bluetooth software.
- Re-pair your phone and headphones.
Frequently Asked Questions
The MFB button is used to turn the headphones “On,” start pairing, take or stop phone calls, control playback, and turn the headphones “Off.”
Put the earphones in the charging case and click the power button on the case’s front to start charging them.
If your Bluetooth devices aren’t connecting, they probably aren’t in pairing mode or are out of range. Try rebooting your devices or letting your phone or tablet “forget” the connection if you’re experiencing persistent Bluetooth connection issues.
Bluetooth headphones are inefficient energy users. So as to help with energy conservation, they will switch themselves off when not in use. The device might also shut off on its own when the battery runs out. When not in use, the Bluetooth headphones are set to shut off.
In your phone’s Bluetooth settings, turn on your headphones and look for new devices. Sync with the appropriate earbuds. You’re online and prepared to enjoy some music! The following time you turn on your earbuds, your phone will pair itself.
Bluetooth headsets all function differently. However, once your headsets have reached full charge, the earbuds usually start to glow. Red and green lights are most frequently used in headsets. A low battery level is indicated by the red light, while a full charge is indicated by the green light.
The majority of cases have a lithium-ion battery that keeps the earphones charging until they are fully charged. The earbuds should always be kept on hand just in case.
The earphones need about two hours to fully recharge. If the battery is low, you can extend its life by 10 to 20 minutes by charging it in the charging case. Connect the charging case to an approved wall charger or USB power source.
Ensure that they are placed correctly on the charging case or stand. Some headphones are charged through a stand or case that has a cable attached to it rather than directly through a cable. If you experience this, check that your headphones are set up correctly so that they can receive a proper charge.
Try twisting and taping the cord to restore sound if a single earbud periodically loses sound. If twisting the wire doesn’t work, you might have to open the earbud and, if you can, solder the connection. You might occasionally need to purchase new earbuds.