Budeez earbuds are wireless earbuds that come with their own compact carrying case that doubles as a charging station. It's specified that once you've turned on your smartphone or computer's Bluetooth setting, holding your charged earbuds near the phone or computer will cause them to connect with it via Bluetooth. That way, you'll be able to use the earbuds wirelessly. These earbuds have a waterproof design, so aside from using them indoors, you'll also be able to use them while you're out in the rain.
The cost of Budeez is $39.99 plus $7.99 shipping for a total price of $47.98.
Once you've got a set of Budeez Earbuds, open up the carrying case containing the earbuds and connect the case to a smartphone or computer by using the included USB cable. This will allow your earbuds to be charged by the connected device. You'll be able to tell when the earbuds are fully charged by looking at the digital indicator above the slots for the two buds.
After your earbuds are charged, make sure that you've turned on Bluetooth on a smartphone or computer and hold the earbuds up to that phone or computer. Doing this will connect them to the device's Bluetooth function and thereby power them up. You'll then be ready to use them in your ears, but keep in mind that you'll need to have the connected digital device nearby for the connection to be maintained.
With a connection made between your earbuds and a Bluetooth-enabled device, slide one of your earbuds into each ear. Following that, you can go about your daily business, regardless of whether you're working on your computer, exercising, or doing something else entirely. To choose audio selections to listen to, use the computer or the smartphone that you've connected the buds to, and remember to stay near the device if you want the earbuds to keep functioning properly.
When you're done using your earbuds for a while, return them to the carrying case. If you think they need some charging, you can charge them up again. Otherwise, close up the case to keep your buds as safe as possible. The connection between the buds and your Bluetooth-enabled digital device may stop on its own, especially if some distance is put between these things, or you can manually turn off the connection.
You won't have to have a specific type of Bluetooth-enabled digital device to connect your Budeez to it and use this pair of earbuds. These earbuds are compatible with iPhones, Android phones, and PCs, as long as those digital devices are Bluetooth-enabled. As a result, if you get a new phone or computer, you'll likely be able to use your earbuds in the exact same way as you did with your previous one.
Budeez earbuds have been designed to fit in the majority of ears, so chances are, they'll comfortably fit into yours. Their design is also meant to promote comfort inside the ears, even if you wear them for hours, instead of causing pain or irritation. The only group of people who may find these earbuds too big for their ears are children and teenagers who don't have adult-sized ears yet.
Each set of these earbuds offers a built-in microphone, which means you'll be able to engage in phone calls, with the help of your phone or computer, while hearing the person you're talking to clearly. It's stated that the sound that will come out of your Budeez will be crystal-clear, whether you're on the phone or not, so it's unlikely that you'll ever miss a word. With the help of the microphone, you'll also be able to speak clearly back to others.
You won't be restricted to using these earbuds indoors, or outdoors in good weather only, as they're waterproof. That means you'll be able to use them outdoors in the rain and snow without worrying about damaging them or causing them to function less effectively. Furthermore, if you accidentally spill any sort of liquid on them, they shouldn't end up being permanently damaged.
Once you've fully charged your Budeez in their carrying case, that charge will last for up to five hours of use. Consequently, you won't have to frequently take breaks from your daily activities to recharge your earbuds.
Using wired earbuds can get annoying, due to the fact that the wires may tangle while you're doing physical activity, or they may have to be untangled before use. Plus, if either of the wires breaks, that may render one side of the set of earbuds non-functional, and you won't be able to hear any sound in one ear. Fortunately, you won't have these problems when you use the Budeez wireless earbuds, as there's no tangling for you to be concerned with, and as long as they're charged and Bluetooth-connected, they'll keep delivering sound.
Aside from being annoying, wired earbuds can also be a safety risk if you're exercising, since they could get tangled around your neck or a machine. Budeez wireless earbuds are a much better choice while you're doing a workout, as there's no chance of that happening. Moreover, if you've got a set of wireless earbuds connected to your smartphone as you exercise, you'll have to have the phone right in front of you. If you've got the phone connected to these wireless earbuds via Bluetooth instead, the phone will just need to be in your pocket or otherwise nearby.
You'll also be able to put these earbuds in your ears when you plan on going to sleep, as they have no wires to get tangled around you as you do that, either. People who like to listen to music or podcasts while falling asleep at night, but don't want to disturb a partner or roommate, may be highly satisfied with this option.
To use these earbuds, you have to have a Bluetooth-enabled digital device to connect them to, so if you're not a fan of current technology, you may not enjoy using them. Similarly, if your computer isn't available or your phone isn't charged, you won't be able to use the earbuds to listen to audio or charge them in their case.
Although the Budeez earbuds are waterproof, it's best to make sure that your ears are both clean (not waxy) and dry before you place these earbuds inside them. If your ears aren't clean and dry, there's a higher chance that these earbuds will slide out of your ears and onto the floor or ground.
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