UpBeat SHB2505 decided to use an average score between these extremes. They’ve included an ear fin design, with the fin pushing inside your ear cup for a more secure fit. The result is more comfort than having the silicone tips go into your ear canal and safer on the go. The only thing you give up is a bit of passive noise isolation, which is something that tends to get washed out after the music is turned on.
Philips includes three sizes of silicone ear tips. It’s a pretty standard product, but at least each size is very discreet. You should have no trouble forming some preference between them. While that’s always the case, it’s important that you take your time and try these little tips. Because it’s not just a matter of comfort, it’s also a matter of noise isolation.
The UpBeat earbuds use Bluetooth 5, which gives them some advantages in terms of battery life and sync stability. After the initial setup period, you also don’t have to worry about creating synchronization between your devices. Because automatic synchronization will be established between devices that you frequently connect.
The rest of the connection is pretty normal. As you might expect, the range behind these headphones is about 33 feet. A pretty standard distance for a fairly standard pair of earbuds. For those who need to reach longer connection distances, you often have to be willing to drain more battery to get there. And if you just connect it to a smartphone in your pocket, you are using that battery without making any significant profit.