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Current Price £269.00 July 17, 2024
Highest Price £269.00 July 10, 2024
Lowest Price £269.00 July 10, 2024
Since July 10, 2024

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£269.00 July 10, 2024

Beats Powerbeats Pro Description

Escape the noise with the Beats Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earbuds

The Beats Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earbuds are the ultimate tool for a totally immersive listening experience. Engineered with the latest Bluetooth technology, these wireless earbuds guarantee reliable, high-level sound even when you’re on the move. Apple’s H1 headphone chip allows for effortless pairing that makes switching between your devices seamless and secure.

A Compact Design with Comfort in Mind

Designed with the modern listener in mind, the Beats Powerbeats Pro deliver an incomparable sound experience without sacrificing portability. Small and lightweight, these earbuds fit snugly and comfortably in your ears so you can listen for hours on end. With four sizes of eartips, you can guarantee a secure custom fit.

A Variety of Beats Modes and Tones

Craft your own unique sound with the dynamic range of Beats Modes. Find the perfect balance of highs and lows with the signature transparency of ‘Pure’. Get a personalized sound tailored for any mood with ‘Dynamic’. Or step away from reality and drop into your own world with ‘Bass’.

Fully Immersive Listening Experience

Experience your audio like never before with up to 9 hours of playback, up to 12 hours with the case fully charged. The half-inch blade drivers and advanced acoustics give you Friday night dance party-level sound, wherever you are.


• 9 hours of listening time with up to 12 hours with the charging case

• Apple H1 headphone chip for seamless pairing between devices

• 4 sizes of eartips for a custom, comfortable fit

• Half-inch blade drivers deliver advanced acoustics

• Three signature Beats Modes: Pure, Bass, and Dynamic

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Beats Powerbeats Pro Reviews (7)

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  1. Gustavo Barrales!

    Es un buen producto. Sin embargo no me acomodaron bien en la oreja y me parecen incómodos

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  2. Chaitan Rao

    The earphones are not charging after 3 months of use. The case charges fine but the right side earphones are losing charge/ not charging when placed in the case… very disappointing.

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  3. shosie

    These are comfortable to wear and pair so easily, great sound and switch from device to device

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  4. Manuel Sandoval

    todo perfecto, sonido genial y ergonomia excelente, audifonos reales, no copias chinas ni nada …. si te mandan producto verdadero hasta la id pudimos buscar del producto

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  5. RowNut405

    I have had my Powerbeats Pro for about a week now and after a bit of a rocky start and an adjustment period, I find them to be almost perfect headphones. When I first put them on, I was wildly disappointed. They were uncomfortable and sounded tinny with no bass at all. I genuinely believed I would be returning them and getting second gen Air Pods instead. But, given how excited I was for the Powerebeats Pro to come out and the cost, I decided to put in a little effort and give them a chance. It wasn’t until about 3 or 4 days in that I decided to keep them.

    So, if you are like me and think your new Powerbeats Pro sound like garbage when you first put them on and you wonder if all the positive reviewers are high, experiment with all the tips before dismissing the headphones as crap. In-ear buds need a good seal to sound good. I have freakishly small ears so I always start with the smallest tip available when trying out new headphones which usually works for me. Not this time. It sounded awful and I was briefly outraged that I had paid $250 for garbage. It was counter-intuitive, but I finally tried the biggest tips instead which gave me a good seal and let me wear the headphones without having to go as deep into my ears which made them more comfortable too. Once I found the right fit with a good seal, I discovered that yes, in fact, these things do actually have some nice ear-thumping bass. I think the bass is better than original Air Pods but also not overwhelming as Beats products have a reputation for being. It’s satisfyingly skull shaking without being distorted and is balanced out nicely by clear highs. I’m not an audiophile by any means, but I won’t listen to any old crap either. I like a little bass and good clarity and the Powerbeats Pro deliver.

    My biggest issue with these is comfort. As I mentioned, I have freakishly small ears and while I have been using Air Pods for a couple years, I was doing so with discomfort. I put up with a little paind because of the convenience of function. I love the automatic connection, the ability to use one bud at a time and charging on the go in the case. So, when I first read about the Powerbeats Pro, I was expecting something that would have the convenience of Air Pods with better comfort and something that wouldn’t fall out of my ears all the time. Generally, I do okay with headphones that have different sizes of silicone tips so I was expecting the Powerbeats Pro to be a comfort upgrade. Initially, they actually hurt my ears more than Air Pods, especially my right ear. I fully blame this on my freakishly small ears. I’m one of those people who often finds “one size fits all” to be laughably ridiculous. Again, I was determined to love these things so I tinkered a bit to find an acceptable level of discomfort. The largest tip allows me to get a good seal without having to put them in so deep, relieving some pressure and cutting down on pain. When I first tried them, I could only last about 20 minutes before the pain forced me to take them out. After adjusting to find a good angle and replacing the silicone tips with Comply Sport tips, I’m a lot more comfortable and can last 2 or 3 hours before I feel discomfort. Even then, I would call it discomfort and not outright pain. It’s discomfort I can live with and not any worse than what I experience with Air Pods. Also, my discomfort is only in my right ear instead of both like I get with Air Pods. Since I go with one bud a lot of the time, I’ll just use the left one. No biggie. I can’t blame the manufacturer for my tiny ears which is why I’m not taking away a star.

    On the plus side, the fit is very secure. I have worked out in them several times and they don’t budge. I never could work out in Air Pods because they fell out all the time. I can also wear these while laying down which I couldn’t do in Air Pods without them falling out periodically. Also, the connection is great. Original Air Pods used to randomly lose connection or not connect when they were supposed to. The chip upgrade in the Powerbeats Pro seems to have resolved this little annoyance. They connect faster and after a week, I haven’t experienced a drop or glitch once.

    The Powerbeats Pro do come with a tradeoff when it comes to the size of the case. If you are used to carrying around Air Pods in your pocket in their tiny case, forget about it with Powerbeats Pro. The case is significantly larger. It goes in a bag or purse without taking up a ton of room but it’s too big to fit comfortably in a pocket. The extra battery life for Powerbeats is nice though. I frequently use one bud at a time and used to drain an Air Pod and have to switch ears regularly. I’m using the Powerbeats Pro the same way and haven’t drained a bud yet. I’m okay with the bigger case since the better battery life makes me feel secure about leaving the case at home when I need to go bagless.

    So in summary, these are the best sounding buds I have used. They are super convenient, easy to connect and won’t fall out of your ears. If you have normal human sized ears, they will probably be comfortable and the battery life is great. You have to deal with a bigger case but the positive improvements over Air Pods make the size trade-off worth it. If you don’t hear the bass, try different tips and twist them around a bit before you give up. Hopefully you won’t have to work as hard at it as I did to find your happy place with Powerbeats Pro but the effort has been worth it. These are really great headphones and worth the price.

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  6. Fadi Shamaan

    I recently purchased the Beats Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earbuds and I am extremely impressed with their performance. These earbuds are truly exceptional in every way and I would give them a 5 out of 5 star rating.

    Firstly, the sound quality of these earbuds is outstanding. The bass is deep and the highs are crisp, providing an overall clear and balanced sound. Additionally, the volume can be turned up quite loud without any distortion, which is perfect for those who like to listen to their music at high volumes. The earbuds also provide excellent noise isolation, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in your music.

    One of the most impressive features of these earbuds is their battery life. With up to 9 hours of listening time, these earbuds can easily last an entire day without needing to be charged. This is especially impressive considering the compact size of the earbuds. The charging case also provides an additional 24 hours of battery life, meaning you can go days without needing to charge the earbuds.

    The Beats Powerbeats Pro also feature the Apple H1 headphone chip, which provides a seamless connection to your Apple devices. The earbuds connect instantly and stay connected without any issues. The Class 1 Bluetooth technology also provides an excellent range, allowing you to move freely without any loss of connection.

    These earbuds are also sweat and water-resistant, making them perfect for workouts or outdoor activities. The earbuds have been designed to stay securely in your ears, even during the most intense workouts.

    Finally, the built-in microphone on these earbuds is excellent. The microphone provides clear audio and cancels out any background noise, ensuring that your voice is heard loud and clear on phone calls.

    Overall, I highly recommend the Beats Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earbuds. They are an exceptional product that provides outstanding sound quality, long battery life, seamless connectivity, and are sweat and water-resistant. These earbuds are perfect for anyone looking for high-quality wireless earbuds that can keep up with their active lifestyle.

    Here’s a comparison between the Beats Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earbuds and the Bose SoundSport Free Wireless Earbuds

    Beats Powerbeats Pro:
    • Price: $249.95
    • Connectivity: Class 1 Bluetooth
    • Battery Life: 9 hours (24 hours with case)
    • Charging Time: 5 minutes for 1.5 hours
    • Water Resistance: Sweat and water resistant (IPX4)
    • Microphone: Yes
    • Noise Cancellation: No
    • Audio Quality: Good
    • Design: Ear hooks for secure fit
    • Compatibility: Works with iOS and Android

    Bose SoundSport Free:
    • Price: $199.00
    • Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.0
    • Battery Life: 5 hours (10 hours with case)
    • Charging Time: 2 hours
    • Water Resistance: Sweat and water resistant (IPX4)
    • Microphone: Yes
    • Noise Cancellation: No
    • Audio Quality: Very good
    • Design: Ear hooks for secure fit
    • Compatibility: Works with iOS and Android

    Both the Beats Powerbeats Pro and the Bose SoundSport Free are great wireless earbuds with some similar features such as sweat and water resistance, ear hooks for secure fit, and microphone. However, there are some differences in terms of connectivity, battery life, and price.

    The Beats Powerbeats Pro has Class 1 Bluetooth which provides a longer range and stronger connectivity compared to the Bose SoundSport Free’s Bluetooth 5.0. The Powerbeats Pro also has a longer battery life with 9 hours of listening time and 24 hours with the charging case compared to the Bose SoundSport Free’s 5 hours of listening time and 10 hours with the charging case. However, the Powerbeats Pro is more expensive than the Bose SoundSport Free.

    In terms of audio quality, both earbuds have good sound quality, but the Bose SoundSport Free is considered to have a slightly better audio quality than the Powerbeats Pro. Additionally, neither earbud has noise cancellation.

    Overall, both earbuds are great options depending on your needs and budget. If you want longer battery life and stronger connectivity, the Beats Powerbeats Pro may be the better choice, but if you’re looking for better value for your money and slightly better audio quality, the Bose SoundSport Free could be a good option.

    Here’s a comparison between the Beats Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earbuds and the Sony WF-1000XM4 Wireless Earbuds in a points form:

    Beats Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earbuds:
    • Price: $249.95 USD
    • Battery Life: Up to 9 hours
    • Charging Case Battery Life: Up to 24 hours
    • Water Resistance: Sweat and water resistant
    • Bluetooth Version: Class 1 Bluetooth 5.0
    • Noise Cancellation: No
    • Transparency Mode: Yes
    • Voice Assistant: Siri (iOS) / Google Assistant (Android)
    • Driver Size: 9mm
    • Weight: 20.3g

    Sony WF-1000XM4 Wireless Earbuds:
    • Price: $279.99 USD
    • Battery Life: Up to 8 hours (with ANC on)
    • Charging Case Battery Life: Up to 24 hours
    • Water Resistance: IPX4 water resistance
    • Bluetooth Version: Bluetooth 5.2
    • Noise Cancellation: Yes, with advanced ANC technology
    • Transparency Mode: Yes
    • Voice Assistant: Google Assistant / Alexa
    • Driver Size: 6mm
    • Weight: 7.3g

    As you can see, the Beats Powerbeats Pro have a longer battery life and are sweat and water-resistant, making them ideal for workouts and outdoor activities. However, the Sony WF-1000XM4 offer advanced noise cancellation technology and are lighter in weight.

    The price difference is also worth noting, with the Sony WF-1000XM4 being more expensive than the Beats Powerbeats Pro. Ultimately, the choice between the two will depend on your personal preferences and needs.

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  7. Daniel

    Muy buenos

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