Good, but not £70 good
So, I'm going to start with the summary of this product, and that I really like these headphones, despite the negatives below. Why, well basically because I didn't pay the £70 RRP for them!
If I'd paid full price for these I think I'd be very dissapointed. You can get these for around the £40 mark, which puts them in the same price range as the JBT 450BT and JVC HA-S30BT and I think that's where they should be
They're pretty much an all plastic contruction, and the ear cups rotate through 90 degrees, which Sony describe as " A swivel folding design makes it easy to store them when not in use or while traveling. The earcups swivel flat for easy packing in a suitcase or slipping into a bag."
The problem here, is they don't feel all that sturdy, and don't fold, so I always worry when storing them in my bag, that when I come to take them out next, they'll have broken. I suspect most sub £50 Bluetooth wireless headphones have the same issue, which is why I don't believe the Sonys merit a £70 price tag. The outer of the cups seems to scratch all too easy too.
Sound wise, having compared them to the JVC's mentioned earlier, I find the sound clearer. They also fit better, the JVC's being quite tight. The JVC's try and give a punchier bass, but overall I prefer the sound range of the Sony's
I've not had any issues with connectivity, to either my iPhone, iPod or Android tablet. Battery life isn't that great though compared with the JVC or JBL's. Sony say battery life is 8 hours, where as JBL claim 11 hours, and the JVC a massive 17 hours
So, despite the negatives, I am happy with these headphones. At circa £30 they're great. Any more that £50 and I'd suggest looking for alternatives, as at that price point they really don't represent value for money