Bluetrek claims the material won’t lose its finish. Membership is free, and your security and privacy remain protected. Operation of the Metal is simple, with just three buttons on the unit. It fluctuated regularly, from passable to distorted. A USB car charger is also included.
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Unfortunately, incoming audio through the tiny speaker is a hit and miss affair.
Bluetrek includes six different-sized ear buds in order to provide the best fit possible. Pros Metal design, size and weight, excellent outgoing audio. Depending on background noise, it can be difficult to hold a conversation, especially if there is any wind. The Metal has a flexible USB charger and adapter. Sign in with LinkedIn Sign in with Facebook.
Our callers had little complaint with outgoing audio, with our voice projecting through the microphone loud and clear. Claimed to be the world’s slimmest Bluetooth headset, the Bluetrek Metal is quite simply a stunning piece of industrial design.
Operation of the Metal is simple, with just three buttons on the unit. Pairing the Metal with your mobile phone is as simple as pressing the talk button for seven seconds. The Bluetrek Metal is a stunning piece of industrial design that is unfortunately let down by poor incoming audio. Membership is free, and your security and privacy remain protected. Would you buy this?
The tiny microphone is affected by even the slightest wind. It scores points for its fantastic design, but needs to improve in quality to compete with the rest of the market. The Bluetrek Metal is light, compact and elegant. It fluctuated regularly, from passable to distorted.
Search for the Metal in the Bluetooth menu of your phone, enter the default passcode and pairing is complete. There is no AC adapter in the sales package, although Bluetrek is generous with included accessories, offering a plastic belt clip and two ear hooks.
It is just 4mm thick and weighs only 5. Even the smallest of fingers will find the buttons difficult to press accurately. Available in silver and megal finishes, the headset is constructed almost entirely of metal hence its name.
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Thankfully, the in-ear style means the headset is comfortable to use even for long periods. Bottom Line The Bluetrek Metal is a stunning piece of industrial design that is unfortunately let down by poor incoming audio. I need power and lots of it. Plugging into any standard USB port, the charger allows the base end of the Metal to slide into a special slot for recharging. Bluetrek claims the material won’t lose its finish. A USB car charger is also included. Performance is a mixed bag.
A tiny LED on the back of mefal unit will denote pairing mode by quickly cycling between short blue and red flashes.