- Jon Porter, TechRadar
The Plattan 2 Bluetooth end up being a frustrating pair of headphones to review.
|Warranty (Months)||12 months|
|Release date||November 9, 2017|
There are a lot of design features that I really like about the Plattan 2. The controls are great and look and feel feels high-end. To me, they are ultimately marred by middling sound quality, but might find a home among those who care more about aesthetic than audio.
These well-designed Bluetooth headphones are comfortable, stylish, and, most importantly, offer excellent sound reproduction. You couldn’t ask for more than that for less than a hundred dollars.
The Plattan 2s are a great pair of headphones that describes your individuality without breaking the bank. However, that price also comes with some concessions. While expertly crafted, the Plattan 2s aren't the most comfortable pair of headphones around and come with some audio issues, particular...More
The Plattan 2s are a great pair of headphones that describes your individuality without breaking the bank. However, that price also comes with some concessions. While expertly crafted, the Plattan 2s aren't the most comfortable pair of headphones around and come with some audio issues, particularly in dense arrangements. If you're always on the go, though, that's an easy to trade-off to make considering how durable and light they are.
The Urbanears Plattan 2 Bluetooth headphones have a lot going for them. They’re relatively well-designed, quite comfortable considering their light built, and they sound good for headphones in this price range.
The Plattan 2 is a solid pair of Bluetooth headphones. They are surprisingly inexpensive, exceptionally flexible, and have some unique features that set them apart from similarly priced options.Read full review
The Plattan 2 Bluetooth meet just about every requirement of a good pair of wireless headphones. They’re comfortable, last for ages between charges, offer good wireless performance and sound decent.Read full review
Although there's a lot to like about the newly released wireless version of UrbanEars flagship headphones, the Plattan 2 Bluetooth are ultimately let down by some spotty wireless connectivity that is particularly problematic on busy streets.
At $99, the Plattan 2 BT are entering a crowded market with plenty of other great-sounding options. But let’s be honest – you buy these for the design. The fact that they actually sound quite good is just a nice bonus.
The wireless Urbanears Plattan 2 BT headphones are attractive and deliver solid performance, but not enough to justify doubling the price over the wired version.
No questions for the moment.