Vava Moov 28 wireless headphones review: Cheap simple Bluetooth buds
The Vava Moov 28 wireless headphones offer good value for money as long as you're not looking for top-notch audio reproduction.
- They're very cheap.
- Decent battery life.
- Audio quality is only average.
- Pairing and battery notifications are in beep form.
- Cheap build quality.
With an increasing number of mobile phones, especially in the premium space, eschewing traditional 3.5mm headphone jacks, there's been a shift towards promoting Bluetooth headphones of all types. The Vava Moov 28 sells itself primarily as a very cheap pair of slightly sporty Bluetooth headphones, and while they can't really compete with the big players in the sports headphone field, they're perfectly serviceable for what is a very agreeable price point.
- Simple black headphones.
- Cheap feel.
- Inline audio controls.
- Magnetic connection.
- Basic audio quality.
- Simple audio confirmations.
- IPX6 splash proof for sweaty workouts.
- Decent battery life given the price.
- Hard to argue with the asking price.
- Good, simple Bluetooth headphones.
Most cheap headphones are awful. I can't claim that the Vava Moov 28 are great headphones, because they're not. However, taking their asking price into account, they're entirely serviceable for anyone who wants fitness-focused headphones without the typical "sports" asking price. Anyone who wants premium audio quality won't be impressed, mind you.
Pricing and availability
The Vava Moov 28 wireless headphones sell via Amazon for $35.99 at the time of writing, slightly below the $49 cut-off for free delivery. However, they are fulfilled by Amazon so if you've got an Amazon Prime subscription, delivery will be complimentary.
Vava Moov 28 Wireless Headphones from Amazon
Bluetooth audio, IPX6 water resistance and up to 9 hours of playback time, all at a fraction of the price you'd pay for other sports headphones.View details
The only way from the Vava Moov 28's price point is up, but as you spend more, you'll get more in both features and audio quality. If you're keen on sports tracking, consider the BlueAnt Pump Air True Wireless or Jabra Elite Sport.