- Page 1: Introduction
- Page 2: Design & Build quality
- Page 3: Features
- Page 4: Using the Edifier W800BT
- Page 5: Wrapping up the Edifier W800BT review
Wireless headphones. They’re something that I don’t get to see every day. I woke up from an afternoon nap one day and had the Edifier W800BT at my doorstep. I stared at it and thought – hey, it’s the wireless age, and battery-powered audio devices have its own benefits too. With much enthusiasm, I jumped up to my den and took it out of the box and tried. Here’s my full review of the Edifier W800BT.
By the way, thanks for the doorstep delivery! 😀
The packaging here is very basic. No flaps or anything to take a peek at the headset themselves, unfortunately.
Behind the packaging shows off the 3 different color options that the Edifier W800BT is offered in, and has a little indicator showing that my particular unit here is in red.
As for the specifications, you can refer them here.
The packaging is rather intriguing, as there’s a little angled box to fill in a gap between the box and the headset’s plastic holder, and serve as a shock absorber too. Brilliant design!
After digging everything out, there are quite a few things in the box, but nothing extraordinary.
I found out that Edifier included a custom color-matched 3.5mm audio jack too. It’s definitely nice to see, and this cable is made out of solid materials. It really adds icing on the cake!
However, it lacks one thing – a hard case to store the Edifier W800BT so that I can throw it in my bag and carry it around. Emphasis on the word “hard case”, as I have my reasons in the next section of this review.