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Bought these last drop, Mine just randomly turn off :(
Do not buy these if you have a Pixel 2. It does not work
I bought a pair of these to keep in my work bag for casual listening on my lunch break. I like them for that purpose. I would say the build quality exceeds the $35 price tag. The sound profile is rather shallow with little no low-end but I was not expecting much at this price point. The included tips are good quality. I would compare these with the lower-end Juan or Bose Bluetooth IEMs that are twice the price when on sale.
I have had these for a while now and really enjoy them for what they do and the purpose they serve. Do I do any "serious" listening with them? No - they are Bluetooth, on-the-go IEMs and sound just fine in that regard. If there is one nit to pick, it would be on the design of the nozzle/tip interaction. The nozzle is rather large (no great concern there) but has no lip or ridge to secure the tips and relies on a tight-ish fit and friction to keep them in place. I like a really good seal (the dual tips do no do it for me) and if they have been in my ears for a while, perhaps the seal is to good as the tips come off when I remove the IEMs about 60% of the time. This is no huge deal, but I feel like a nimrod if I am, say, at the gym and someone asks me question and I spend the next minute or so trying to dig the errant tip out of my ear canal!
Honestly I own the Be3i and have been super disappointed with them... Guess my expectations were too high... I own a pair of NuForce nu700 and they are some of the best sub $100 In ears I have heard to date... I was at least expecting the same tonal balance with the Be3i... That was NOT the case... They work well, have been durable, and etc... However, what good is mediocrity that lasts? I have a pair of insignia bluetooth buds I won at a conference that retail for 49.99 and they outclass the sound of the Be3i but a not small margin... Just wanted to bring this to light for others...
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Can you clarify which product you have? We don't have a model called Be3i.

- Jyri/NuForce
Doesn't work with pixel 2, Android 8.1
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But fault is of pixel 2 XL, not the headphones probably.
I've been having the same issue. I contacted Google Help services and they came to a conclusion that it was the manufacturer's fault (NuForce). I tried every other phone and it worked fine. Only one I have issues was my Pixel 2. It always showed a No media issue )):
Hello I was just wondering if any of you know how long it might take to deliver to Canada. Thank you for your reply in advance.
Hello, I just received my iems and after a few days of use, I cant charge it properly. And when I turn it on the connection drops and connects, drops and connects. Sometimes it is able to turn on, sometimes it dosent and when it does theres a weird slowed down sound of "powered on instead of the normal speech power on".
I tried resetting it with pressing the three buttons but it does not respond at all. It is currently dead and not responding to charging.
This doesn't sound right. My apologies. If you are in USA, can you contact us directly and we replace the pair? or

How are these for running or biking? I ordered a pair, but if they fall out easily I would rather just spend the money on a pair of Jaybirds or something similar.
Its impossible say whether these or any earphones will have a perfect fit but for the price these should work pretty well. The only advantage you'd get with Jaybird is the ear wings that the BE2 don't have included (however in this case you should check our BE Sport3 which does and are lighter than Jaybird but with longer battery and regular charging method).
The BE2 package has ear tips in 3 sizes as well as the special SpinFit Twinblade tips. Generally the TwinBlades work pretty well. If you use for running and biking you could also go Jaybird style and loop the cable above your ear. For this you would need to use Left earbud in right ear and vice versa (same as Jaybird or any other earphone with the angled nozzle).

Hopefully this helps.

So do these work with Android yet? Mine from the last drop do not. "Connected No Media." Pretty disappointing.
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Work around doesn't work. They claim the 3 button reset fixes it. It doesn't.
Can you contact us directly and we'll try to help? You can send me an email jyri.jokirinta

Just got these as a convenience item. Since all of my media is gravitating to my phone, I wanted a way to listen wirelessly. I don't go to a gym, don't run, I just wanted a convenient way to consume media, like podcasts, radio, music and streaming TV with somewhat better sound quality. This is my first wireless device and the freedom is liberating. I can leave the phone on a night table and listen to a podcast or the radio while I relax in bed without wires getting in the way, or leave it on my desk while I walk around and not lose content. I prefer the lanyard style as I would be afraid of losing a truly wireless bud. The magnets are a great idea.

Pairing is a snap, and the controls are intuitive. They're comfortable to wear. A woman's voice in an English accent tells you that your buds are powered on, powered off, or connected.

For $35, there's no need to over analyze this. This is really great technology at low cost. If I want soaring sound quality, my Fiio and Sennheisers are there. These do the job they're intended to do, and this is an extraordinary value for the price.
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Jyri, quick question for you. I wanted to switch to a smaller ear piece. You'll note that there is an "outer" clear ear piece that fits over the black "inner" one that attaches to the shaft. The clear piece provides a better seal.
It appears the "outer" piece is not removable or transferable to the other sized ear pieces. Is this by design, or am I not noticing something?
I've missed this message. However I am not sure if I fully understand the question. Only the tips are removable. Not the nozzle itself.

- Jyri/NuForce