Plantronics - BackBeat FIT 305 Wireless In-Ear Headphones - Gray/Black

Listen to music during workouts with these Plantronics BackBeat FIT wireless earbuds. They have interchangeable small, medium and large tips that fit securely in the ear to block out noise and create a better listening experience. These sleek Plantronics BackBeat FIT wireless earbuds are lightweight, resistant to sweat and comfortable to wear.

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    Overview

    What's Included


    • Carrying pouch, 3 pairs of ear tips (small, medium, large)
    • Plantronics BackBeat FIT 305
    • USB charging cable

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    86% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (199 out of 234)

    Features


    In-ear design

    Fits securely and directs music into your ears for full, uninterrupted audio.

    Bluetooth 4.1 interface

    Enables simple wireless pairing with your Bluetooth-enabled device. Supports HFP, HSP, A2DP and AVRCP Bluetooth profiles.

    Rechargeable battery

    Offers up to 6 hours of use and lasts up to 240 hours on standby mode.

    In-line microphone

    Lets you enjoy hands-free calls.

    Sweat-resistant

    Provides protection from sweat, so you can easily wear headphones while working out.

    6mm drivers with occlusive eartip design

    Blocks out noise and delivers deep, rich sound.

    20Hz - 20kHz frequency response

    For faithful sound reproduction.

    16 ohms impedance

    To efficiently conduct power.

    106dB sensitivity

    Provides powerful audio.

    Stereo design

    Delivers crisp tones.

    Carrying pouch included

    For easy portability.

    2-in-1 cable clip

    Provides stability during sport and fitness use

    Secure-fit eartips

    Minimize pressure points and provide all-day comfort.


    Customer rating

    4.2
    86%
    would recommend to a friend

    Expert rating

    3.5

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      UltraLight Wireless Earbuds-Outstanding Sound,Life

      Posted
      JimC
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      There are many options for playing music from your phone: internal speakers, external speakers, wired earphones and wireless earphones. I believe that for active users like me wireless earphones are the best choice. If you run, bike or work out regularly you certainly want to be free from wires and cannot use external speakers. The issue with wireless earphones is whether to get expensive self-contained earphones which fit in the ear and have no connecting wires (such as Apple AirPods) or earphones which have a cable connecting the right earphone to the left earphone. Plantronics has a great product called the BackBeat Fit 305 which are the latter type. The BackBeat Fit 305 earbuds offer wireless connectivity and fit very securely in the ear. They are priced less than half the cost of AirPods and other fully wireless earbuds but offer some significant advantages. The battery life is much longer, the earbuds are much lighter and they are more secure and harder to lose. Included in the box (see photo) are the earbuds, instructions, three sets (small, medium and large) of alternate tips with loops (which fit into the ear to secure the bud), a USB charging cable and a nice mesh drawstring pouch to hold everything. Plantronics also has a free app (of course!) that you download to your phone (either Android or iPhone versions) which gives you additional instructions and a “find my headset” feature. Everything looks very well made and the earbuds have a special sweat-resistant coating to protect them from moisture. The cable is braided and has a reflective stripe to make the earbud easier to spot if you drop them. First step is to charge the ear buds. Just attach the charging cable, plug it into your computer or a USB outlet and LED lights will tell you when they are fully charged (about two hours when fully discharged.) Plantronics says a full charge will provide six hours playing time but I have used my set for at least seven hours before recharging. Next, pair the earbuds with your phone via Bluetooth. An audio prompt guides you and the app gives full instructions, but my phone paired them quickly and without drama. Put the earbuds in your ears and the loop will secure it there. You can now start playing music immediately. The Fit 305 will respond to various voice commands, allow you to interact with Siri, take calls, etc. The inline control has three raised symbols (+, -, square) which turn the earphones on/off, raise/lower volume, skip tracks (forward and backward), pause and repeat tracks and has a microphone for use during calls. Full instructions are included in the app but the use is pretty intuitive. Sound quality is superb, very clear, distortion-free with excellent midrange and highs. The bass is not as deep as you could get from over-the-ear headphones but quite acceptable and definitely better than most wireless earbuds. The earbuds are very light (about one-half ounce) and the connecting cable is not noticeable when you use them, especially if you use the included clip to attach the cable to your clothing. I have two minor qualms about the earbuds. First, the control unit is placed just 3 inches from the right earbud. It was probably placed there to give quick access but I think if it were located in the center of the cable between the two earbuds it would be easier to use and provide better weight balance. The other issue is the odd aesthetic choice by the designer. The short right cable from the control unit is a different color than the longer cable going to the left earbud. Each color version of the BackBeat Fit 305 has this strange color combination (dark blue/light blue, black/grey, grey/lime green, grey/red.) Not a functional issue and maybe some will like the combination, but it just seems a bit off to me. The Bluetooth connection is super-reliable. I have used the earbuds in my home and can walk 30 feet from my phone without a connection break. If you lose connection it quickly restores itself when you come back into range. Bottom line - the Plantronics BackBeat 305 earbuds are an excellent value for serious music fans who want a dependable workout partner. You will be glad you chose them!!!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Really good bass for buds

      Posted
      BillFromKC
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      Disclaimer - I received this product in return for my fair and unbiased opinion. TL;DR - If you're like me and you've worked in a call center or three, you automatically associate the name Plantronics with telephone headsets. However, bluetooth headphones is another category of product that you should consider Plantronics as one of the first brands you'd look at. In the few days I've had them, the BackBeat FIT 305 headphones have proven to be a capable set of buds for anywhere you're active. They definitely stay in place, they seal out most of the ambient audio in any environment, the wires from the control module to the buds themselves feels very sturdy and well made, and I was able to get around 6.5 hours out of a battery that was supposed to be good for 6 hours. They're better than some wired buds I've had in the same price class, and they're better than some Bluetooth buds that are twice the price. All in all, they're a great value for what they are and I recommend them. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Unboxing experience and design - Inside the package, you'll find the BBFit 305 headset, a short micro USB cable for charging, three sizes of earbud tips (medium tips are preinstalled on the headset), the instruction and warranty information, and a carrying pouch for when you're on the go. The headset itself has thicker wires than I'm used to seeing on earbuds, complete with a woven sleeve with reflective material over the wires. All three pairs of earbud tips have "wings" on them to help hold them into your ears. I found these a little annoying at first, but soon got used to them. Setup - Pairing is the same as on most other earbuds of this style - press and hold the multifunction button until red and blue lights flash back and forth. I was able to instantly pair these with an iPhone 6s, a Moto Z Play (2016), a Windows 10 PC with Bluetooth 4, and a Mac with ease. The charge port is easy to get to, and the size of the control module makes this set of earbuds easy to deal with for people that have problems holding onto smaller control switches. Performance and audio quality - Music across most genres sounded decent enough. Treble was strong, midrange was slightly under-represented but vocals were still clear, and bass was surprisingly strong. Metal, hip-hop, pop, and classical all sounded pretty good overall. In particular, Muse's "Knights of Cydonia" was one of my favorite listens with these earbuds, coming very close to the level of a pair of full-sized headphones at twice the cost that I reviewed earlier this year. Using a tone generator on the iPhone 6s, I tested to see how low they can go. Using a sine wave, I registered 18.5 hz in the app before the audio became totally inaudible. Not just that, but this was bass you could feel in your ear canals, where many earbuds Voice quality is awesome. HD Voice (LTE Voice, carrier WiFi calling, Apple FaceTime, and Facebook video chat) all sounded as if the other person was in the same room, and the other end had no complaints on my voice versus using the regular handset or speakerphone on either the Moto or the iPhone. I also had a marathon session of Portal 2 on the Mac. Using Apple's Wireless Keyboard (A1314 or the 2 AA version) and Magic Mouse (2 AA version) as input devices, I didn't experience audio skips or connection dropping on all the Bluetooth devices. This gave me the chance to test the battery out - after 6 and a half hours of gaming, the little voice finally came up warning me that I had a low battery. I also tested these out at the gym, and no matter how hard I was working myself (battle ropes anyone?), these earbuds were not coming out. They also stood up to sweat as if it were nothing. Ambient sounds were also nearly drown out by these headphones. Summary - All in all, these are great earbuds. Plantronics proves that they're more than just a good headset for a call center with a pair of buds that sound great, no matter what they're doing. Especially for the price. You can spend the same money on wired earbuds and get something with both lesser build quality and audio quality. You can spend twice as much on Bluetooth earbuds from other brands that don't sound as good and aren't made as well. Or you can be smart with your money and get a pair of ear buds that have both great audio quality and build quality.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Great Sound, Painful Fit

      Posted
      GoalieMedic
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      The FIT 305s are designed to be wireless headphones for the athletic or active lifestyle, lightweight with a durable sheath over the wires leading between the 2 buds. The sound quality is extremely good, including great low bass range and the silicone ear buds do a good job of sealing out outside noise. Unfortunately, that's where the PROs stop and the CONs start. I found the headphones uncomfortable to wear for more than about 15 minutes. The slide-on silicone 1-piece buds, which include a flexible loop meant to hold the buds in, rubbed and pushed hard on my ear canal, making them painful to wear, a pain that didn't go away for a few minutes after removing the headphones. This wasn't an issue with the size of the in-ear buds, rather the design of the slide-on 1-piece bud that encompasses both the in-ear bud and out-of-ear loop (see photo). Additionally, the cord, if not properly secured, transfers the sound from any motion or rubbing up against your shirt right into the ear buds themselves. So when running, where you have a constant up & down motion allowing the cord to move & flop, it converted all of that into sound which I found annoying. The cord does include a clip to secure the loose cord to the collar of your shirt, but isn't enough to stop that motion & the transferred sound. The controls (and mic) are located on the right side of the headphones, which makes them a little lopsided, allowing the right ear bud to pull itself out after excessive motion like running. I found myself having to push the ear bud back in (again, not due to the improper size). Also, the cord and right ear bud are a light blue color, while the remainder of the cord leading to the left ear bud & the ear bud itself was dark blue. I couldn't figure out what the concept of the 2 difference colors were and why everything wasn't the same color (see photo). In the end, the discomfort of wearing these far outweighed the incredible sound, which was disappointing. I really wanted to like these, but if you can't comfortably wear them you won't wear them at all, which makes this a waste for me.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        PlantronicsRepresentative

        Thank you for taking the time to review the BackBeat FIT 305, however we are sorry to hear you're experiencing trouble getting a comfortable fit with your earbuds.

        The rubbing noise is a ‘stethoscope’ effect of any occluding earbud‐style headphone (fabric or rubber). This effect is slightly louder with a fabric cable rather than a TPE cable. As an active headphone, the fabric cable was intentionally selected despite this challenge because it has less friction rubbing on moist skin in motion (than a typical TPE cable has). Fabrics can also gather debris.

        Your feedback has been shared with our Product Development team, as we appreciate feedback based on customer use to create the best possible products. Please don't hesitate to contact our customer care group at www.plantronics.com/support if you require assistance! Plantronics

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Extremely comfortable with great sound

      Posted
      Chuck
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      The Backbeat FIT 305 headphones are very nice. They are lightweight, the ear-tips are EXTREMELY comfortable, and they sound great. Right out of the box, these even leave you with a good first impression; the cloth covered cord is a nice addition that gives the headphones a quality look and feel. These headphones came fully charged, so all I had to do was pair them with my phone which was quick and simple. There are additional ear-tips that can be used, but the ones that came installed were perfect for my ears. The ear-tips are super soft, but instead of being round, they're oval. The fit, at least for me, was incredible, and subsequently the noise isolation was superb. I wore them for 2-3 hours while I was doing yard work (raking/blowing leaves, moving downed branches, trimming bushes/trees) and not once did these headphones feel like they were going to move, let alone fall out! The clip that's included on the cord allows you to clip the cord to your clothing and greatly minimized the typical 'rubbing' noise I expected from the cord hitting my jacket. The typical 3-button controls are a nice change from some of the similar headphones I have because they're easily distinguishable from each other and spaced a bit farther apart, so it's fairly easy to find the button you're looking for. As far as the sound goes, I was more than pleased; talk radio was crisp and music was rich and clear. I also took a call during the first use and the sound on that was perfectly clear on my end as well as the caller's. The only thing that I didn't like is that I couldn't figure out how to pair to another device after the headphones were powered on (I'm not sure you can even do that); you have to turn the headphones off and then back on to pair. Not a show stopper, just something I noticed. These headphones are supposed to offer about 6 hours of use on a full charge, but mine still stated the battery level was high after well over 2 hours of use. Overall, these headphones are a no-brainer. They offer extreme comfort and fit, very nice noise isolation and great sound. What else do they need to do? I would definitely recommend these.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Plantronics’ Backbeat Line Gets Better

      Posted
      Panther68
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      If you’ve previously owned and/or listened to the original Plantronics Backbeat, or Backbeat GO, then you already have a good idea of what to expect…and you’d be (somewhat) wrong. For those unfamiliar with the Backbeat line, they are the stereo side of Plantronics, in contrast to their mono headsets designed primarily/specifically for talking on cell phones. Where the RIG headsets excel for gaming, and the Voyager line excels for talking on cell phones, the Backbeat line is for music & “entertainment”. Having previously owned the original Backbeat, and currently owning the Backbeat GO 2, I already had high hopes for the Backbeat FIT 305. While the standard Backbeat FIT had a hard, around-the-neck section connecting the right & left speakers, the Backbeat FIT 305 (and FIT 300) are closer to the Backbeat GO, not only in appearance, but also in sound quality…but they’re better than all the previously-mentioned products. Why? The in-line control is larger, and easier to grip/use; fit is improved; sound quality is improved; they are sweatproof (notice I’m not saying “waterproof”, but they are close enough for government work). In short, they have been improved in almost every possible way. It’s like they took the “sports” portions of the Backbeat FIT, and married them to the design & (somewhat) better sound quality of the Backbeat GO series – you get “the best of both worlds, rolled into one”, so-to-speak. Of course, there’s always a “down side”, and this one could be considered significant enough by some people to skip the Backbeat FIT 305, and stick with the Backbeat FIT. Even though the sound is (supposedly) improved over the Backbeat FIT (although I’ve never personally tried them), you might have a hard time keeping them in place. The primary purpose of the Backbeat FIT design is to keep them “attached” around your neck. Having assimilated the design of the Backbeat GO, the cord connecting left & right sides moves freely. Additionally…again, due to the similarities in design with the Backbeat GO…there’s nothing “holding” them in place like the Backbeat FIT. If you turn your head quickly from side-to-side, you could find one (or, possibly, both) earphones flying off your ears. FINAL VERDICT: Would I recommend the Plantronics Backbeat FIT 305? Honestly, this is a hard one to decide. On one hand, the sound is excellent, and control is easier than on previous FIT & GO models (due to its larger, and ‘grippier’ control). On the other hand, having been designated a “sport” model, but following the design of their GO line, they could be considered “problematic” for some, especially joggers/runners. If you’re looking to get them for more sports involving a lot of movement…especially movement on the harsher side, I’d probably suggest sticking with the standard Backbeat FIT. At the same time, if you’re looking for a Bluetooth headset to be used with sports involving less movement, as well as those looking for a really good “general-purpose” Bluetooth headset, then these would fit your requirements, and would work out (no pun intended) quite well. Think of them as a pretty decent cross between the Backbeat GO & Backbeat FIT. Disclaimer: This product was provided free, or at reduced cost, for the purpose of reviewing the product. Nevertheless, the above review, be it positive, negative, or anywhere in-between, is a 100% honest review, and the price paid played absolutely no part in my review.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      AWESOME wireless earphones for running/sports

      Posted
      TechNerd
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      I had the chance to try these out and they were great. First the Plantronics name already tells you its going to be a quality product. If you don't know Plantronics, they've been in the bluetooth business for a long time and have great products. The quality and build the of the product is absolutely superb, When take out your set from the box you notice the braided fiber cover over the wires. In my opinion a really nice touch to the headset. This serves two purposes: 1st a stylish look; 2nd durability, these cloth covered wires are less prone to ripping apart so I don't need to be gentle with headset. Right and left side of the headphones are clearly differentiated by color, so no stumbling around looking for the right side. The included carrying pouch is very nice little accessory for your headphones storage. Sound quality is just as good as you'd expect from Plantronics. The bass is very nice. I like a little more bass in my headphones so I tend to stick to a certain brand but glad I got these. Sound is crisp and clear. I do have to say I'm not Audiophile but I had my share of poor/cheap quality headphones and nothing about this set would fall under the same category. I'm quite happy with it. Battery life seems good for the size. Bluetooth connection is excellent. I've had a few other brand name wireless headsets for running and they have to be 1-2 feet away from my bluetooth device which is very annoying, especially if it for a 4 mile run. During my run I had not cut out on my music or any other connectivity issues. Now for the part I could see improvement on. Size of the electronics, the boxed portion housing all the electronic and battery. It's a bit bulkier then other brands but again battery life is good and bluetooth connectivity is great! I'd rather have a slightly bigger housing then poor connectivity issues or only be able to used for a short period. Overall, I'm very happy with the headset!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Lifesaver if you use public transport

      Posted
      Indiaj0nes
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      What's in the box ----------------- Carrying pouch, 3 pairs of ear tips (small, medium, large) Plantronics Backbeat FIT 305 USB charging cable There's an app you can download from android or apple store Design ------ Its looks very well made. it feels great on you and it looks to be made of high quality material.Ultra light weight and a good fit. I wish it came in black color as it would make it more professional, so you can take it work and not only just for workouts. i have seen people wear those ugly air-pods in train, looks like someone cut off the wire. This one looks very nice on you. Now, I use them on the train on the way to work as well as working out on the elliptical. In the first case, it is a lifesaver. Think about wearing those wired headphones in a crowded path train? folks living in NJ/NY area know what i am talking about! Now, during workouts , i dont hear the wire and only get pure music. Even though i am sweating it out, the headphones do not fall off. Sound Quality ------------- I always use the default ear tips that come with it because i think they designed all headphones to sound good with the default ear tip. With that being said, i can compare this to sennheiser cx300 and they sound very close. Remember, i am comparing a Bluetooth headset with a wired one. Although, Bluetooth has come very close to sound quality when compared to wired, i still think wired sounds better but in this case, they came really close. THe bass is good, not boomy and i can hear the high tones well. Battery life and range --------------------- Rated battery life is 6 hours and i was able to get a tad more than 6 hours out of this. Obviously not continuously, off and on. So i did put the headphones in standby mode as well. The range is 33 feet but did not test this one, i would never go that far from the source but i never had the sound cutting out. It also has a quick charge feature wherein 15 minutes of charge gives you 1 hour of listening, tested and works OK Other Features -------------- Love love love the Bluetooth call answering feature with the inbuilt mic. the other side was able to hear me clearly as well. It also has a deep sleep feature if the headphones are left on without any signal coming through or the source is out of range. So you dont need to really keep turning the headphones off and on all the time

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Perfect for active lifestyle and workouts

      Posted
      TrueReviews20
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      Plantronics has been doing bluetooth right for a long time and they have continued with this set as well. I was concerned about audio quality, but I'm overall happy with the quality. Pros: Durable Quick and easy setup Good Battery life Strong bluetooth connection Lightweight Good Sound Quality Proper fit Mic/Hands-free calling Carrying Case USB cable I was able to fit these perfectly with the included ear tips. I have pretty normal/average ears so this usually is not a problem. However, there are other brands that include 12 sizes and I cannot get close to a comfortable fit, so Plantronics wins here. It took no time to get these up and running with a fairly simple multifunction control. They included all the standard features like hands-free calling which comes in handy during workouts. Overall the look is nice, nothing special. They are lightweight yet stay in place so I don't have to fiddle with them constantly. Even during my sprints I have no issue with them staying in place. The battery has already gotten me through 4 1+hour long workouts, so I'm very content with that. I never strayed too far from the source, but Bluetooth signal reached at least 25feet without issue. I also used these doing some housework and they were nice and comfortable. The sound is good, especially for an activewear set. Mostly balanced backed by good bass that doesn't wash out the vocals. They get loud enough to listen without issue in a crowded gym. Includes a nice carrying case and USB cable (no charger). Excellent set at an even better price point. Cons: No AUX port Minimal color options Inline multifunction button There weren't too many cons here. I do like the flexibility of having an AUX port in case you forget to charge the earphones or the die on you. It's not commonly found these days but would have been a nice plus, but not a deal breaker. I'm not too impressed with the color options, could be much better. I prefer to have the multifunction buttons integrated into the earpieces so there isn't a feel of unequal weight. Fortunately these are light so it's not too noticeable. These are not around-ear so it would be a design challenge, but would have been much nicer. I recommend these since they are quality, with good features, good sound, and priced very well compared to other earphones that are much more expensive (for absolutely no good reason).

      I would recommend this to a friend

    What experts are saying

    Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars with 18 reviews

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    • PCMagRating, 2.5 out of 5Tim Gideon on January 29, 2018
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      The Best Running Headphones
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    • Top Ten ReviewsRating, 4.6 out of 5Brandon Carte on November 7, 2014
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