Bragi Dash review

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Size 2 x 1 cm (0.8 x 0.4 in)
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Critic Reviews


VR-Zone

Probably the smartest waterproof earbuds, ever

from VR-Zone

Though it isn’t the first earbuds that are waterproof or tracks your fitness stats, I see the Dash like I see my Swiss Army Knife. Bragi had managed to combine the best features of popular earbuds into one well designed, great sounding pair. That’s its key value proposition, but its h...More

Though it isn’t the first earbuds that are waterproof or tracks your fitness stats, I see the Dash like I see my Swiss Army Knife. Bragi had managed to combine the best features of popular earbuds into one well designed, great sounding pair. That’s its key value proposition, but its high price would surely give customers some pause.

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Mobile Syrup

Too much, too fast

from Mobile Syrup

The Dash is impressive for what it packs into its frame and is far more advanced than Apple’s AirPods, for example. Except the attempt, while admirable, ultimately weighs down what would otherwise be a solid product.

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The Dash is impressive for what it packs into its frame and is far more advanced than Apple’s AirPods, for example. Except the attempt, while admirable, ultimately weighs down what would otherwise be a solid product.

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Pocket-lint

Affordable, lightweight and easy to wear

from Pocket-lint

They're comfortable to wear, sound decent and the connection is solid. What's more, you don't need to mess around setting up two different connections to the same pair of earphones like you do with some other more feature-packed earphones.

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They're comfortable to wear, sound decent and the connection is solid. What's more, you don't need to mess around setting up two different connections to the same pair of earphones like you do with some other more feature-packed earphones.

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TrustedReviews

Ambitious number of features, but unresponsive interface

from TrustedReviews

I'd love to recommend the Dash – but, unfortunately, the device isn't as polished as it should be. Sound quality is good, and the fitness tracking is impressive; when it all works it’s a real glimpse of what will be possible. But there are too many niggles that require sorting for us to part with £250.

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I'd love to recommend the Dash – but, unfortunately, the device isn't as polished as it should be. Sound quality is good, and the fitness tracking is impressive; when it all works it’s a real glimpse of what will be possible. But there are too many niggles that require sorting for us to part with £250.

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The Gadgeteer

Full rich sound with decent bass

from The Gadgeteer

The future of Bluetooth headsets is bright. We can thank Apple for that. The Dash wireless smart earphones are the most expensive wireless earbuds and the most complex as far as features go. I think The Dash suffers from feature creep. When you throw everything but the kitchen sink into a product...More

The future of Bluetooth headsets is bright. We can thank Apple for that. The Dash wireless smart earphones are the most expensive wireless earbuds and the most complex as far as features go. I think The Dash suffers from feature creep. When you throw everything but the kitchen sink into a product, it’s often true that the product is a jack of all trades and a master of none. I think The Dash has that problem. They sound really good as far as using them to listen to music and I like the transparency feature that allows me to hear ambient sound when music is paused, but adding in the activity tracking, touch, head gestures and two types Bluetooth connectivity turns these earbuds into a mess of features that don’t always work very well. At $299, I think The Dash wireless smart earphones are too expensive for a product that doesn’t work correctly 100% of the time.

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iMore

A good first step toward our truly wireless future

from iMore

Ultimately, as a first effort from the company in a very young field, the Bragi Dash are a good starting point. While the first attempt of the Dash may not be the best truly wireless headphones ever, as a proof of concept, it's clear that once the technical issues get solved, this is going to be the future of headphones.

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Ultimately, as a first effort from the company in a very young field, the Bragi Dash are a good starting point. While the first attempt of the Dash may not be the best truly wireless headphones ever, as a proof of concept, it's clear that once the technical issues get solved, this is going to be the future of headphones.

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