I bought these for the noise cancelling function and they are hopeless, they don't block any noise at all. They are also bass-heavy and uncomfortable to wear for extended periods. Waste of money, very disappointed.
Purchased in December 2020.
above is accurate.
may as well wear a party hat for all the sound deadening properties this poorly designed but wonderfully marketed rubbish has.
threw it into the bin after hopefully trying it again
Crap.. stay clear
They look good BUT they are terrible and poor quality inside. Paid $100 and they didn't last 2 months. First some connector wasn't getting the sound through breaking off at times and the cable too was a bit short and too fragile. But something else in my opinion as replacing them is as crappy with the same product
Purchased in February 2019 for $100.00.
Great for the kids travelling
Kids for travelling, these are fantastic! My son chewed his last set of headphones lead. This pair are wireless Bluetooth. They stay charged for a 4 hour car ride and have nice clear sound!
They are comfortable and fit quite a small size head (which is hard to find). We've had them a year and these headphones have stood the test!
KEEP YOUR RECIEPTS
I was so happy to receive some wireless headphones for my birthday in August. Not the ones pictured, but another Moki model. Two months later the right side died. I went into Big W and because I no longer had my receipt they couldn't help me. I sent Moki a 'help me' email, and heard nothing back. Very disappointing. It would be the first time I have ever bought a product, which turned out to be crap and nothing was done. A new pair or refund. Stay away from this brand. I was informed they get a lot of returns. It's a shame because I actually prefer to be able to change the song choice via headphones not the volume like my new Sony ones. Never mind! Shout out to Moki for A1 customer service...NOT!
Not Bad At All!
These are much better than you would think for the price. I much prefer over the ear type headphones and bought these on impulse. Mostly I use them to block everyone else out on the train and they do a pretty fine job and they are cheap enough that if I leave them somewhere its no big deal. They arent going to be in HiFi Review anytime soon but they are good for the money
Good For Cheapies
Got these at the supermarket along with my shopping. They are much better than I would have exoplanet for the money. They fall down a bit with muddy bass at higher volumes but we are not talking Bose here. They are comfortable to wear for extended sessions. really quite acceptable and not just for the cheap price. They probably wont last forever but they are good enough
Comfortable To Wear
I got these to try out the active noise cancellation. It took me a while to figure out the way it works. I guess I had unrealistic expectations because I thought it would stop all outside noise but it doesn't work like that. It does an OK job with rumble or chatter like in a noisy office. The music response is OK with these, nothing to get excited about and a bit bass-muddy. Battery life is good - I only sometimes use th noise cancelling and it goes for ages. Not a bad noise cancelling earphones, just don't expect miracles.
Not Bad For The Price
Got these on for the noise cancellation function. I had reasonably low expectations because of the supermarket brand (Moki) but they are pretty good. First thing, they are abit bass heavy but if you enjoy that then you will like them. Noise cancellation is debatable. There is some but it's hard to tell if its just the over ear design. They are comfortable and I often forget I have then on so that's a good thing, Overall I am pleasantly surprised. Lets see how long they last!
You get what you pay for
I bought a pair of these from Woolworths and initially was pleasantly surprised byt the sound, however after a few weeks one ear went out and l onoy had sound in one ear. Lucky Woolworths accepted them as a return and l received my money back. But unless you are desperate l wouldnt rexommend them as they are not made of the highest quality materials and will quicky deteriorate. They are really onoy good if you dont plan to keep them for long term use.
First decent pair and a surprising price
Surprising sound. Lost my last pair o/s and replaced. Find the bass, mids a bit lacking when comparing say an entry level behringer dj headphone, which is what I use now. Definite value for money. Especially if you haven't had a new pair since say 2011. I guess the components are getting cheaper.
headphones failing to work
I purchased a pair of Black Moki headphones to pair with my new smart Samsung TV. I have been trying them out for almost a week now, but they turn off by themselves after about four or five minutes. Even a technician we consulted could not get it right. I would be greatful if someone could help me getting it right.
Breaks after a few weeks...
These were the cheapest headphones in the store so I grabbed them, they are good at recreating surround audio but the rims of the headphones curve slightly which is discomforting to my ears and after a few weeks of use they break, I bought this brand of headphones twice and they both were exactly as portrayed above.
Found this on sale & bought it for my daughter, but she didn't like them as she was only 2 and a half. So my husband ended up using them and was surprised how good they were. He says they cover his ear well which helps to block out unwanted sound/ noise
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|Features||Microphone Included and Noise Cancelling|
|Colour / Finish||Black|
|Frequency Response||20 Hz - 20 kHz|
|Cord Length||1.2 m|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year(s)|
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