Bluetooth Earbuds Review: Elegant Wireless Earphones from Moshi

I'm a fan of Moshi's beautiful and well-designed cases, so I was happy to check out its Mythro Air ($69.95) and Vortex Air ($119.95) wireless Bluetooth earbuds. As with Moshi's other products, these Bluetooth earphones are elegant and fashionable. But they also come through with some serious functionality.

These wireless Bluetooth earbuds offer a decent eight hours of battery life. They are incredibly lightweight and include several silicone ear tips and foam tips.What really sets these apart is the Moshi companion app DJ4two. It offers Wireless Music Sharing to other Moshi wireless earbuds, via Bluetooth. You can share your music with a friend, as long as they have one of the Moshi wireless Bluetooth earphones.

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The Moshi earbuds are not just for music. They have an integrated microphone with controls. The headphones are quite light and minimal, except for a somewhat bulky control box that would be worn on the back of your neck.


  • Incredibly lightweight
  • Several silicone ear tips and foam tips
  • Eight hours of play time
  • DJ4two Wireless Music Sharing via Bluetooth
  • Integrated microphone with controls


  • Somewhat bulky control box

Final Verdict

If you are looking for a fashionable pair of Bluetooth earbuds, Moshi has a nice range of products that also let you share music with a friend, as long as you each have a pair!

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