Tech Review: Fenda Wireless Bluetooth Headphones

Now that Apple is dropping the headphone port, bluetooth speakers are gaining more and more popularity. Let’s check out the Fenda Wireless Bluetooth Headphones.


Inside the box, we get the following items:

  • Bluetooth Headphones
  • Audio-cable (135 degree headphone port, more on this later)
  • Micro-USB cable
  • Instruction Manual


From here, I’ll let the photos do most of the talking:


The audio-cables are set at a 135-degree angle, which is really cool. Using this system, the plugs can be pulled at any realistic angle and they won’t cause damage. Instead, the cable pops out.

The Micro-USB cable is good quality and is used to charge the headphones. Charging works fine from my computer.


The earpieces are set as diamonds. They really do a great job of covering the ears for such a small headphone set. The feeling is very soft and comfortable.


The headphones feel great in the hands and are of high quality. The padding at the top is very soft and comfty.


The headphones also fold nicely so you can carry them in a bag.



The volume/next buttons are on the right rear side of the headphones. They’re very accessible.


On the other side of that headphone is the power/pause/call button. Your thumb easily can interact with this.


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