The BlueAnt Embrace headphones are comfortable, sturdy headphones that fold for compact storage in an included carrying case. They feature a detachable cord with microphone and navigation controls for cell phone use, and deliver very good, natural sound.
They're little pricey at $200, and their design won't appeal to everyone.
By Whathifi.com on March 20, 2012
If we gave star ratings for design and build alone, the headphones would be a shoo-in for the full five. Their soft, on-ear cushions and headband feel solid and comfy in situ, and don’t feel like they’ll fly off if you move your head. You...60
By Expert Reviews on February 02, 2012
With muddy sound and a tendency to let our ears heat up, the Embrace headphones demonstrate that a high price doesn’t always equate to the best experience...40
By Trusted Reviews on January 31, 2012
The Blueant Embrace are a truly great set of headphones. They look stylish, are superbly well-made, pack in plenty of features and extras in the box, and most of all they sound great too. They may lack that final bit of high-end sparkle but they're...-
By Pocket-lint on January 30, 2012
A comfortable pair of headphones that sound terrific. Well-built with replaceable components mean that they'll last ages...80
By GadgetMac on August 28, 2011
BlueAnt is one of my favorite Bluetooth headset manufacturer, and when I heard BlueAnt introduced a brand new pair of headphones I was really pumped to give them a try. BlueAnt's Embrace headphones aren't Bluetooth enables, nor are they...80
By cnet on August 12, 2011
While a tad pricey at $200, BlueAnt's Embrace wired stereo headphones are comfortable and offer very good, natural sound along with an integrated mic and volume control for cell phone...73