Motorola Moto Pulse

7.8/10 AVG.
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  • Motorola Moto Pulse
  • Motorola Moto Pulse
  • Motorola Moto Pulse
  • Motorola Moto Pulse
  • Motorola Moto Pulse

The Moto Pulse doesn't sacrifice much to meet its low price point. Listeners with a knack for high-fidelity audio won't dig the muffled soundstage, but Moto puts forward a nearly irresistible deal for everyone else.

- Cameron Faulkner , TechRadar 

Specs / Features


Moto Pulse lets you feel your music with powerful speakers while enjoying the freedom of a light, on-ear design and up to 60 feet of wireless range. The built-in mic also lets you take calls hands free. Moto Pulse pairs with Android phones, iPhone, tablets, and Bluetooth-enabled computers. | Powerful, oversized 40mm speaker drivers are packed in a compact on-ear design, so you get incredible sounding audio and rich bass without the bulky look and high price of large over-the-ear headphones. | Moto Pulse is made to travel. A thin, pressure-free headband and soft ear cushions provide hours of co... More

Moto Pulse lets you feel your music with powerful speakers while enjoying the freedom of a light, on-ear design and up to 60 feet of wireless range. The built-in mic also lets you take calls hands free. Moto Pulse pairs with Android phones, iPhone, tablets, and Bluetooth-enabled computers. | Powerful, oversized 40mm speaker drivers are packed in a compact on-ear design, so you get incredible sounding audio and rich bass without the bulky look and high price of large over-the-ear headphones. | Moto Pulse is made to travel. A thin, pressure-free headband and soft ear cushions provide hours of comfort, and the rechargeable battery gives you up to 18 hours of playtime.* So you’re set, no matter how long your road trip is. Once you’re done, the rotating ear cups fold flat for easier storage.

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Specification

Brand Motorola
Warranty 12 months
Size 21 x 18 x 58 cm (8.3 x 7.1 x 22.9 in)
Weight 111 grams (3.9 ounces)

Reviews (7.8/10 Avg. rating)


Android Guys

A wonderful wireless widget

from Android Guys
Ask anyone I’ve been bugging the last few weeks, I love these headphones. They sound good, feel good, are easy to setup and use, have a long battery life, and travel well. Further, they look good, and have no wires!.. Full review
Android Headlines

Then this is probably the best set you can buy

from Android Headlines
The Moto Pulse checks just about every box for most people. Even price. These cost just $59. Now some of you may think that’s quite expensive, but if you’ve ever checked out some other high-quality headphones, you’ll see they are typically around $200 for wired headphones nevermind wireless headphones. If you’re looking for a good set of cans that won’t set you back too much, but does work with Google Now and Moto’s Voice actions, then this is probably the best set you can buy... Full review
Pocketnow

Love at first listen

from Pocketnow

While there are cheaper Bluetooth headsets out there, I don’t think you’ll find one that delivers quite the same mix of rich sound, on-ear comfort, and long battery life. It’s rare for a jaded tech-head like myself to get excited about something as commonplace as a set of headphones … but the Moto Pulse is far from commonplace. This is one accessory I don’t want to give back, and I’m seriously considering picking up a pair the next time I refresh my accessory collection. If you’re looking for a solid Bluetooth headset on a budget, the Moto Pulse sh... Full review

PhoneArena

Acceptable audio quality performance

from PhoneArena

We’re dealing with an affordably priced pair of headphones here, there’s just no denying that when we look at its $59.99 cost. Obviously, its design reflects that very much, seeing that it’s bland, boring, and as generic as it can get. What we’re dealing with here, folks, is just a cheaply constructed thing – and it doesn’t help when its fit just never feels proper over our ears.

However, even with its ergonomic challenges and tasteless aesthetics, the Moto Pulse manages to offer an okay audio experience that’s decent enough to use for mu... Full review

TechRadar

Budget Bluetooth headphones offer features and good looks

from TechRadar
The Moto Pulse are on a mission to include the most value possible into a set of on-ear headphones. And Moto triumphs by including Bluetooth, stellar battery life and universal controls in this $59 package. The sound performance (save for the pulpy bass) doesn't measure up to what you'll find in the $59 Skullcandy Grind. However, on the whole, these are an easy recommendation if you're looking for a budgeted set of Bluetooth headphones that doesn't skimp out on features. .. Full review
Sound Guys

Portable pair of headphones with an emphasis on vocal clarity

from Sound Guys
If you’re looking for a good pair of Bluetooth headphones at a cheap price, the Motorola Pulse are a good choice. Don’t expect to hear every little detail as that’s not really the purpose of these headphones, rather they’re made for the person who simply needs music while going about their day. In that sense I found these to be very enjoyable and if they were maybe $10 or $20 cheaper they’d be a steal... Full review

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