I am a driver. I also wear a hearing aid and sunglasses at the same time - I am satisfied that these OpenMoves are not in the way, but on the back of my neck waiting for the next call, and they fit surprisingly well over the hearing aid under the sunglasses. In the heat of 30 degrees, they haven't even ground, as they just press into the skull subtly - my head size is the maximum, i.e. 60. I connect the headphones to two phones in the morning, a work phone (Samsung) and my own phone (iphone 8). Connecting is easy and fast once you learn the principle. They work better on the iPhone, while the Android phone sometimes slanders connecting. The battery is enough for a couple of days. Really handy at home too, if you want to watch TV and not disturb others, the music quality is surprisingly good - you have to have pretty hi-fi headphones to be able to handle these. Of course, I don't hear normally, so my opinion is mine. If you use a hearing aid, I think these OpenMove models are better than Aeropex. Such a great and functional novelty that everyone should try. The Aeropex model has its own charging cable, a kind of magnetic connection, while this OpenMove has usb-C, which is standard, so charging is easy. There should be more different color options. There is one downside: google maps voice control is not heard through headphones for some reason, so you have to use Apple's own map application (need to find out if it can be found in one of the settings?)
Good headphones for calls and audiobooks. I bought it to replace the broken Trekz Airs, and this new model has a better design on my head and also an EQ setting for audiobooks. There are also usability improvements, such as the fact that when changing EQ settings, the headphones tell you which setting was just changed. In the previous model, this was just a guess. The speaker’s voice is also more pleasant, and the bass no longer causes so much vibration. The layout of the volume buttons is worse than before, but in no way terribly hinders use. There are also magnets at the ends of the headphones, which I think are completely useless, now you always have to think a little about where to put the headphones. Some reviews had criticized the uneven weight of the headphones, and that the left ear is strained after prolonged use, but I haven’t noticed one. Able to keep away even though all day long.