Satechi F3 Wireless Stereo Headphones for iPhone 6, 5S, 5C, 5, 4S, 4 & 3GS, iPad 1,2 & 3, iPad mini,Samsung Galaxy S2, S3, S4, S5, Nokia Lumia 900, LG Lucid, HTC EVO, HTC DROID INCREDIBLE 2, Motorola DROID RAZR

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    Satechi F3 Wireless Stereo Headphones for iPhone 6, 5S, 5C, 5, 4S, 4 & 3GS, iPad 1,2 & 3, iPad mini,Samsung Galaxy S2, S3, S4, S5, Nokia Lumia 900, LG Lucid, HTC EVO, HTC DROID INCREDIBLE 2, Motorola DROID RAZR


    The F3 Wireless Stereo Headphones turn your phone, tablet, or computer into a high fidelity music player and streams audio without any cumbersome cords, while never missing an incoming call. Comfortably and wirelessly listen to music, videos, and games wherever you are, then fold the headphones for storage when not in use.


    Answer Calls Hands-Free

    The multi-function button can answer and end calls. When receiving an incoming call, press the button to answer; press the button during an active call to end. Music automatically resumes playing when the call is ended.



    Integrated Bluetooth allows you to pair up to two devices at once, including your smartphone, tablet, or computer and play music wirelessly from up to 32 feet away.



    Audio Playback

    Playback buttons control audio; play/pause, skip forward/backtrack, increase/decrease volume.

    Lightweight & Compact

    Weighing just 6 ounces, the F3 Headphones feature a lightweight and durable band that gently contours the head. The earpieces press softly against the ears for hours of comfort and outside noise reduction. Fold the earpieces to easily stow away for transport and when not in use.



    Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery

    The built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery is powered through the USB charging port which can be connected to a computer or a wall adapter.

    Quality Sound Equalizer

    Quality Sound

    Experience crystal clear sound quality and exceptional bass without being tethered to your device. Full low-end frequencies accompany the crisp, clear mids and highs through DSP technology with noise cancellation and echo suppression.

    -Crystal clear sound and strong bass

    -Experience your music wirelessly

    -Rechargeable Li-battery charges via USB in 2-3 hours

    -Enhanced noise reduction

    -Headphone buttons let you control your media and answer calls

    Additional Information

    Short Name Satechi F3 Wireless Stereo Headphones
    SKU B008PIU2FW
    UPC 879961002817
    Warranty 1 Year
    Connectivity Bluetooth connection with playback control, 3.5 connection
    Compatibility iPhone 6, 5S, 5C, 5, 4S, 4 & 3GS, iPad 1,2 & 3,iPad mini, Samsung Galaxy S2, S3, S4, S5, Nokia Lumia 900, LG Lucid, HTC EVO, HTC DROID INCREDIBLE 2, Motorola DROID RAZR
    Product Dimensions 5.1 x 5.5 x 0.7 inches
    Product Weight 15.4 oz

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    How to get my BT Lite headphones paired with my IPhone?

    How to get my BT Lite headphones paired with my IPhone?

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      Power the BT Lite on by switching the power switch to the on position. Next put the BT Lite into pairing mode by pressing and holding down the Multi-Function button (5 seconds) until the indicator light remains solid blue. The BT Lite should show up in the list of bluetooth devices on the iPhone. Then select the tag for the BT Lite. It may request a PIN code to enter from the phone. If so the pin is 0000

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    Customer Reviews

    • Nikks
    • posted by: Nikks
    • posted on: 3/19/2014
    Sounds good, but wish it fit better. I was looking for a bluetooth headset that didn't cost an arm and a leg. I like the price of the Satechi, and the sound quality is good, but it feels "not-quite-right" on my head. I had a couple other family members try it on to see if it was just me but they said the same thing. It doesn't feel secure - like it might fall off. In spite of this idiosyncrasy, I decided to keep them and now I am used to them. The ear pieces are nicely padded and they are comfortable once you get used to them. As long as you're not doing a lot of jumping around this set is a great companion to a workout.
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    • sellingman
    • posted by: sellingman
    • posted on: 10/14/2013
    great value wonderful sound wonderful product works with everything easy to set-up great sound and easy controls well done; its a perfect travel companion.
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    • C Schmidt
    • posted by: C Schmidt
    • posted on: 3/25/2013
    Listen to me. Disclosure: I was contacted by Satechi and given a BT Touch specifically for the purpose of reviewing it.

    Test devices:
    Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G
    Samsing Galaxy S II
    Kindle Fire HD 7"
    Google Nexus 7
    ASUS Transformer (TF101)

    From the item's description, the BT Lite is a full function headset, made to handle both music and phone calls. That's a boon to people like myself who tend to use their smartphone as a primary source for music rather than a separate device like and iPod. Assuming one can hear/feel their phone ringing, the dance to get said phone of the pocket comes next, along with the hope of not accidentally hanging up on the caller or answering before ready. With the BT Lite, it should be as easy as tapping the answer button on the side of the device's housing. The music pauses, you and the caller are connected, and the conversation is a go. When the call ends, the music picks back up, right where you left off.

    To get any of this to work one has to pair the headset to their device. The pairing is a make or break point for any Bluetooth device, both initially and every subsequent connection afterwards. In my experience, the BT Lite's pairing wasn't great. My EVO would pair up, stream music ok, but would dump calls within a minute. This would require me to toggle either the EVO's Bluetooth off, or, turn the headset on and off, before the two would play nice again. Pairing up with the Kindle Fire HD would occasionally get spotty, especially if the BT Lite had been connected to a different device previously. The BT Lite would think it was connected, but the Kindle Fire HD didn't think so. Clearing these hitches required me to reboot the Kindle HD before the two would talk to each other. Three remaining devices all seemed to pair up ok and be happy with the BT Lite at all times. After having such a perfect experience with the Satechi BT Touch, I was disappointed that the same couldn't be said for the BT Lite.

    Aside from the pairing issues noted above, the BT Lite functioned great. Sound quality was good, with a pleasing amount of bass. The music controls built into the chassis worked perfectly with all devices, allowing me to pause, play, jump forward or backwards. Each app I used the controls with responded without fail, including Pandora, Amazon MP3, Google Music, and BeyondPod Podcast Manager. In terms of comfort, the BT Lite is fair. The padding on the ear pieces is nice and decently thick, but the BT Lite did get a bit uncomfortable to wear after a while. I'm still experimenting to see if it's a matter of positioning or something else. My guess is the tension on the headband may be a little to much. Battery life lived up to the advertised 6hrs, and blessedly, the BT Lite uses the same micro-USB charging port as several of my other devices, so there was no need to carry around yet another cable/charger.
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    • Silva01
    • posted by: Silva01
    • posted on: 3/8/2013
    Awesome best kept secret in headphone world.
    Perfect to walk the dog or use at the office
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    • Jonas
    • posted by: Jonas
    • posted on: 11/4/2012
    Nice headphones Received my headphones and was a bit disappointed as I only got sound in the right ear but customer support were excellent and I received a new pair very fast.

    Great build quality, very light and okay sound. For the price they come highly recommended!
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    • Charlie Factory
    • posted by: Charlie Factory
    • posted on: 10/14/2012
    Works sweetly Sweet Bluetooth headphones. It's more comfortable than other ones I tried and isn't too expensive. I use it all day at work listening to music off my computer. Only thing is that the battery lasts about 5-6 hours so I have to charge it in the middle of the day to listen to it all the way to 5 pm.
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    • GD
    • posted by: GD
    • posted on: 8/27/2012
    Really good Just got these, used other BT headsets before and this one has good sound, it's light weight, comfortable, not cumbersome - really nice.
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