Reviews: Bowers & Wilkins C5 Series 2 In-Ear Headphones

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Product Breakdown

  • Presentation:                     4   out of     5
  • Innovation:                          5   out of     5
  • Usability:                              5   out of     5
  • Comfort:                               8   out of   10
  • Design:                                13   out of   15
  • Quality:                               14   out of   15
  • Value:                                   19   out of   20
  • Performance:                   23   out of   25
  • Total:                                    91   out of 100

Design and Comfort

Long story short, these headphones are worth every penny. Having owned the first version of Bowers & Wilkins’ C5 in-ear headphones, I was extremely eager to try the C5 Series 2. Looking at the earbuds, your eyes are drawn to the silver steel balls on the outer plane of the earbud. Truly a unique design, the Micro Porous Filter is more than a pretty design. Bowers & Wilkins claim that the filter acts as a “diffuser, enhancing clarity and making the music feel spacious.” Bowers & Wilkins was able to seamlessly integrated design and functionality with the C5 In-Ear Headphones.

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The Good

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