I have two different pairs for under 100 cad and I dont care for either both are different brands and both pairs after no more then 1 hr of using them seem to go out of balance meaning the left side I can barely hear compared to the right side at first I thought that it was me or my tablet ( I was only less then 23 feet away at all times when using them) but I have trued them on others things and it also happens on them but if I connect wired none bluetooth they work fine ,. I then thought that maybe it had something to do with the batteries on both pairs but they seem to be fine. If I could confirm that more expensive Bluetooth ear buds wont do this then I would by them but as it is I dont want to have the chance that I am wasting even more money . this happened when I bought my second pair that was on for 40% off ( if I remember correctly)
that is probably what I am going to do . also I really hate the stupid flashing light of bluetooth it kept distracting me lolThat seems to be a common complaint for many of the new(er) fully wireless bluetooth devices. I haven't had that issue with either of my "wired" bluetooth ear buds. (Still wireless from the phone, but have a wire connecting the two ear pieces).
If it were up to me.... I'd just keep my eyes open for a decent $100ish sale on name brand buds that have reasonably good reviews.