Working out is not exactly one of my favorite activities. We actually bought an exercise bike and put it in our bedroom to save us the drive to the gym. All I have to do is roll out of bed and get on it. But you know what? Whenever I’m actually on it, I still need something else to do. I watch TV, play a mobile game, or listen to music.
But having wires attached to your ears isn’t exactly convenient when you’re working out. That’s where Motorola Vervelife comes in.
Available in a variety of models, Motorola Vervelife bluetooth headphones frees you from the wires that bind.
This is the basic model, Motorola Verve Rider (P2,950). It features deep, rich sounds which you can listen to for up to 12 hours. It’s waterproof and sweatproof (all of the Motorola Vervelife models are) plus you can use it to answer calls. The Motorola Verve Rider will fit anyone perfectly because it comes with multiple sizes of removable ear gels.
If you want to level up a bit, you can opt for the Motorola Verve Rider+ (P3,950). I love the vibrant orange color. The main difference between this and the Verve Rider is the IP57 waterproof and sweatproof protection this model offers. You can go out running during a rainstorm and the Verve Rider+ would be fine.
Don’t want the collar? Go for the Motorola Verve Loop+. It’s got pretty much the same features as the previous two models but without the collar. Usage time is slightly lower, with up to 9.5 hours instead of 12 hours.
If you want to go completely wireless, the Motorola Verve Ones (P9,950) is the way to go. It’s like the Verve Rider in wireless form. It comes with a charging dock too.
The highest end model is the Motorola Verve Ones+ (P10,950). It’s the Verve Rider+ in wireless form.
I actually like the Motorola Verve Rider+ best. I tried on all the models and for me, this one felt right. The color combination is nice too — very sporty!
Motorola VerveLife products are available at all Digital Walker stores. You can also check them out at Astroplus/Astrovision, Mobile 1, The InboxStore, Games and Gadgets, The Listening Room, and Gadgets in Style.
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