The MOXYO Mission Wireless Earbuds

Moxyo Mission WirelessIt’s been a year since we have reviewed a MOXYO product, and I enjoyed their earbuds, charging cable, and powerbank. Today, I had a chance to review a Blueooth set of earbuds with the Mission Wireless. I’m not certain if they are called Mission Wireless as a sequel to the Avenue earbuds that I reviewed before (you know, like Mission Avenue), or it is some kind of spy reference like Mission: Impossible.

I will have to say that I will describe the design as minimalist, but this is for lack of a better word. I mean, we live in a world where Bluetooth earbuds are a dime a dozen, even though they don’t cost that much. I find that MOXYO has a good price, and it gives a lot.

I’ll start by getting the specs out of the way, as the Mission Wireless is good for six hours of playtime. The range is the usual 33 feet (10 meters), and I say “usual” because that is what I have discovered is the range for most Bluetooth.

The Mission Wireless has a controller with a quick press for the volume control and long press for skipping forward/backward. The last remaining button is for the on/off to take a phone call, which is again a usual feature for Bluetooth earbuds.

I hope that you aren’t noticing the word “usual” and think that these earbuds are so-so. There is an interesting cable cinch allowing for a “perfect fit”, and that is pretty great.

You should be able to purchase the MOXYO Wireless Earbuds for about $39.99 on the MOXYO site.

MOXYO Products: Avenue Premium Earbuds, USB Portable Powerbank, and Mia Lightning Cables

moxyo-avenue-earbudsI’ve had a great chance to review some great products from MOXYO, and I’m going to talk about three this time, but I am hoping that I can review more, as this appears to be quite a company.

We’ll start with the Avenue earbuds. In case you are wondering why it is called the Avenue, it is apparently a reference to the Avenues of downtown Salt Lake City.

Yeah, I don’t know what’s up, but these have 8 mm drivers with high end brushed aluminum housing for higher clarity audio. There is a soft touch, tangle-free flat cable, and it has one of those microphones with a call/pickup button.

What is interesting is how inexpensive they are for just $29.99 at the MOXYO site.

moxyo-portable-powerThis next MOXYO product isn’t anything that I haven’t seen before, and I have said that we need more of these. After all, the problem with most smartphones and tablets is you need one of these mobile batteries, especially for activities like Pokemon GO and so forth.

The Portable Powerbank has a 2600 Amh in it, and it is made to give a smartphone for at least one full charge. It is designed to be cylindrical, so it can fit in your back pocket.

By the way, it comes with a 6-inch micro-USB charging cable, and it even comes with a full charge with it. I would imagine that might have been a little difficult to make this product with it.

If you want the Portable Powerbank, it can be purchased on the MOXYO site for $24.99.

moxyo-charge-and-sync-cableI suppose that this last item isn’t that remarkable, but MOXYO knows how to make a rechargeable cable interesting. It is a durable wire that has a six foot cable (or 3 foot, but the one I tried was double).

This is the Mia, which is a Charge and Sync Cable with a Lightning cable. In case what you are wondering why it is called the Mia, it apparently stands for Miami International Airport. Man, what is with these weird names for this?

You should be able to purchase it on the MOXYO site for about $24.99.