This is a review of the Fresh ‘n Rebel headphones CAPS | wired on-ear headphones.
This isn’t a sponsored post.
I use headphones daily, whether it’s to listen to music via a phone, computer or the television. I’ve been doing this for years and I’ve used headphones for decades. Whilst I don’t see myself as an expert, I have a reasonable idea of what I’m writing about. I’ve also not rushed this review and wrote it after using the headphones for a while.
I purchased three of the Fresh ‘n Rebel headphones and I don’t regret it at all. My fiancée is going to use one, I will use the other and we have a third for backup.
So let’s get to what you want to know. Are they any good? For £20 or under, I think the sound quality is good, but with a lot of bass. I personally don’t think the sound is crisp, but it’s acceptable for audio books, music and I enjoy the sound most when playing games!
I have a very large head and these headphones fit comfortably, but can be readjusted for people with smaller heads.
What I think might might be one of the best reasons for owning the headphones, is the detachable audio cable. I’ve had so many other brands of headphones die because I broke the cables.
The cable has a button and microphone, which worked with my Samsung Galaxy S5 G900T mobile phone. I’ve not properly tested the microphone, so I can’t comment on the quality.
My fiancée has been using her headphones with a Sandisk Clip Jam. Both my fiancée and I enjoy the sound that the headphones produce.
As mentioned earlier in the review, I’ve been using the headphones when playing games and this is on a Windows 10 PC. I’ve sat playing a game for approximately an hour and on my large head, the headphones are secure and not distracting.
I don’t think these are headphones for audiophiles. They’re not basic headphones either and they can be adjusted for large heads and have a detachable cable.
I was fortunate to only pay under £8 GBP (including P&P) for the headphones and I believe I got a great deal. I like the Fresh ‘N Rebel headphones.