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The House of Marley makes the Rebel BT wireless headphones. It’s durably constructed, though it might look a little fragile. They made the box of these wireless headphones with recycled paper. Inside the package you can find the wireless headphone, charging cable, audio cable, warranty card, and instruction booklet.
It comes in black, blue and gray colors. The Rebel BT has a Bluetooth version 4.0, and an audio cord that has an in-line microphone and one-button control. You can use the microphone for making and taking calls.
Design and Build
For the headphone to turn on, long press the power button and wait for it to flash blue. The buttons are also accessible and responsive. There are two buttons on these wireless headphones, the power button, and the play/pause button. You can find the buttons on the right ear cup. The ear cups are also soft and comfortable, and they’re just enough to fit on the ears.
The Rebel BT wireless headphones are super easy to use.
The reception on Rebel BT of calls is excellent. You could be 30 feet away from your phone, and your call would still be clear. There’s little to no ambient noise while making or taking calls on them. So, you don’t have to worry about your calls on them.
Even though the packaging of these wireless headphones says that these wireless headphones will give you 12 hours of playtime, their website says 8 hours. But actually, the wireless headphones will give you 10 hours of playtime.
The Bluetooth version of the Rebel BT is 4.0. You can find the control for Bluetooth connection on the right ear cup.
What’s in the box
Inside the box, you can find the House of Marley Rebel BT on-ear headphone. Also, there’s a micro-USB charging cable, a 3.5mm audio cable that has a one-button remote and a user guide. The box and its cardboard are made from recycled paper and are both recyclable.
I like the eco-friendly design plus the 70% bioplastic. Using them makes me feel like I’m helping the environment while listening to music. They stay perfectly on my head, and you won’t suffer sound leakage on them. I also love the audio cable, since I can still use the headphones even if the battery dies.