Bragi The Dash Pro Review
Bragi’s The Dash Pro headphones are a fantastic option for active music lovers. You can connect them to your phone or media player through a Bluetooth connection. And you can even store up to 1,000 songs right on the earbuds.
They are so full of great features that customers can take advantage of. There is a built-in fitness tracker that will work with some of the most popular fitness apps. You can also link it to your Google Fit or track your fitness right from the Bragi app. The headphones even sync with Alexa, which provides voice command access to most features.
But there are some downfalls, unfortunately. Some customers feel they aren’t very durable. Other customers complained of connection issues such as frequent lost connections. Fans of the product, on the other hand, insist that these problems are rare. They even go so far as to insist that the product’s price tag is more than worth it.
Good battery life
Portable charging case
High price tag
Sensitive touch controls
They have a waterproof rating of IPX7, meaning that they are not going to be easily damaged by water. So go ahead and work up a sweat. Or take that run in the rain.
Of course, you don't have to be active to enjoy the headphones. They are perfect for those who commute to work or do a lot of traveling. They are ideal for people who just want to take their music with them everywhere they go.
The built-in microphone makes them an excellent option for those who need to make and receive phone calls on the fly. You can answer the phone with just the press of a button on the buds, no need to take your phone out of your pocket. Whether you're at the gym and a call comes in, or you need to make phone calls for work, these earbuds will be able to help you out.
The long battery life and fantastic waterproofing will allow you to take them just about anywhere you want to. No matter what you are doing, you are free to take The Dash Pro with you.
The Dash Pro's will, of course, allow you to stream music from your smartphone, but you can also upload up to 1,000 songs, so you don't have to hassle with connecting it to a media player. As long as you have your earbuds with you, you don't need anything else to take your music along with you.
They have an activity tracker integrated into the design of the buds so you can keep track of your activities while you are on the go. You can measure your running, cycling, or even your swimming activities. There is no need to wear an additional smartwatch or tracker if you don't want to, as this has it all built right in. You'll be able to link it right up to your favorite fitness apps, such as Google Fit so that you can view your progress and activity levels.
As mentioned above, there is a microphone located in the buds, allowing you to make hands-free calls with ease. You can also use the mic to use your smart assistant. They have Alexa built right into the buds, but you can also use your Google Assistant or Siri if you prefer. You'll have access to your phone, music, and information, all without having to take your device out of your pocket.
The earbuds do have shortcut buttons on the buds themselves, so you can control your calls and your music while you're out and about. The problem with this, however, is that some customers have stated that they are very touchy. Sometimes, if they happen to slip out of your ear, you'll activate one of the buttons while you're putting the bud back in your ear. This can get irritating while you're in the middle of a workout as it will mess with the music you are listening to and cause you to slow down your momentum.
A great feature that users can take advantage of is that these headphones will work with the iTranslate app on your smartphone. This will help out if you are visiting other countries and need help with their language. You will have the ability to translate over 100 languages using this app in conjunction with the Bragi app. Some customers said that the feature isn't the most intuitive to use and is a bit slow, but it's still a helpful tool to have available when you need it.
You will want to make sure that you get a snug and secure fit on the headphones, so you are getting the most out of the sound. If you don't get the tight seal in your ears, then you run the risk of decreasing your listening experience. There are various sized tips included with the earbuds so you can find something that will give you what you need.
The Bragi The Dash Pro headphones come with excellent music personalization thanks to Mimi Defined. This will be able to customize your listening experience by giving you a basic hearing test. This will help allow you to hear more details in your music, increasing your overall experience.
You will also have the ability to toggle Audio Transparency so you can choose whether or not you want to be aware of what is going on around you. If you are running in the city or on a busy street, you might want to be able to listen to the world around you so you can be aware of dangers ahead. These will allow you to listen to your music while still being able to listen to the ambient noises around you. Or, you can choose to turn that feature off so you can focus solely on your music and tune out everything else.
It is a straightforward process to get the headphones to connect to your device. The problem is keeping them connected. There will occasionally be some audio delays, or the connection would drop out altogether. Of course, this doesn't happen with everyone, but it is common enough that it is worth mentioning.
They don't seem to have a vast range so you will want to make sure that your phone is nearby and you don't stray too far away from it. Keeping it in your pocket is generally okay, but some reviewers even said that wasn't an ideal option. You can opt for an armband when you're working out, allowing you to keep your phone close to the headphones.
They come with many different sized ear tips so you can find one that will fit your ears the best. This will help give you optimal comfort for a more pleasant experience.
The headphones only come in black, which is okay with most customers. They do have LED lights that will change colors, giving you a little pop of color that gives you a fun little edge to your look. The colors will vary depending on the charge level, so there isn't any customization on how they look.
Overall, customers can appreciate the way they look and feel in their ears.
The problem is that after a while they will stop connecting and eventually stop working. This can be very frustrating to customers, especially given the high price tag. Not all customers have this problem, but it is something worth noting.
Another thing that you might want to keep in mind is that the buds are small. They can be easily lost. You'll want to make sure that you are keeping track of them, so you don't have to replace them prematurely.
Ease of Use
The buds have touch controls on them that will let you control your music and calls. They are simple to use, but they might take some getting used to. The problem that some people have, however, is that they are susceptible to the touch so you might press the buttons unintentionally, frustrating some users.
Overall, the headphones are easy to use, and most customers don't have any problems with the controls.
If you find yourself out and about and need a little more power, the carrying case seconds as a portable charger. You can take this with you to give you an additional 25 hours of playback time. You can get an extra five charges in the carrying case when it has a full charge.
The case can charge with the included USB cable. It is easy enough to buy a replacement cord or a spare if you have to since it is one of your standard charging cables, not a proprietary cable that you might find with other products.
That said, many customers would disagree with the previous statement. A lot of consumers love the product and swear by them. It seems to be a personal preference. It appears that customers either love them or hate them.
They are packed full of amazing features that you can take advantage of while you're out and about. They have Alexa, and a fitness tracker built right into the construction of the buds. They have a great battery life and come with a portable charging case to give you extra juice on the go.
There are some problems with these headphones that not all customers can appreciate. They have some durability issues, and the connections aren't always the greatest. They do have a high price tag, so these problems become significantly more inconvenient.
Customers either love them or hate them. Some swear by them and would recommend them to others. On the same note, many think they aren't worth it and would suggest you stay away from them