Noontec Zoro has done a great job by designing these on-ear headphones with great design and some good features. These are not the best headphones in the market but they are definitely worth a shot if you are on a budget. The design of the headphones is not the best and no one will be deceived into thinking that these are expensive headphones but the design is good enough for a headphone that can be found at prices way below $100. This particular pair of headphone is available in black, red and white so you can find the color of your choice.
First thing is that they are majorly made from plastic and even though this makes them a very lightweight pair of headphones, plastic has its own drawbacks. It is not the best of the materials when it comes to making headphones but you can’t expect much in such a low price either. The headphones are currently available in 3 different colors: red, black and white. The headband and earpieces are protected with cushioning and there is a minor protection added into the frame by adding steel reinforcement so you can keep your headphones for years.
The earpieces are small sized so the faux leather cushioning will rest on your ears when you wear the headphones. The headband is very basic with not fascinating additions but there is enough cushioning on headband to keep you comfortable when you are using the headphones. The cable can be detached and the best thing about the cable is its uniqueness. The cable is made from high-plastic TPE stuff and is untangling making things easier for the rest of the family members and people with autism. The cable is small and also flat, making it safe and protected for every user.
The most important part of the performance of Noontec Zoro is the neutral sound it produces. People who are very much into hearing songs with a lot of bass might not find it as the best option but those who want the clarity of sound will love these headphones. However, it cannot be denied that there is a great balance in the bass and treble when you play songs on these headphones. A weak point in the making of these headphones and other headphones made from plastic is the hinges that can be very hassling and at other times troubling for the users.
When it comes to storing these headphones and carrying them with you, these headphones are definitely the best option. They fold within their body and with such a small size they can be easily accommodated in a bigger laptop bag. The faux leather ear cushions can be irritating at times and these headphones are not the best ones for people with autism. The on-ear design can make them a bit painful at times but since they are meant to be used primarily with portable devices, this should not be a big problem for the users. The biggest drawback is the missing a microphone.