Bragi The Dash Pro review

7.8/10 AVG.
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  • Bragi The Dash Pro
  • Bragi The Dash Pro

Specs / Features


Automatic activity tracking powered by Bragi | Powerful premium audio and Bluetooth connectivity | Waterproof (IPX7, 3.2 ft.) | 4GB of Internal storage, can hold 1, 000 songs | iTranslate integration, translation from foreign language into native language using Bragi Operating System and iTranslate App

Automatic activity tracking powered by Bragi | Powerful premium audio and Bluetooth connectivity | Waterproof (IPX7, 3.2 ft.) | 4GB of Internal storage, can hold 1, 000 songs | iTranslate integration, translation from foreign language into native language using Bragi Operating System and iTranslate App

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Specification

Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control No
Playback Control No
Noise Canceling No
Usability Features
Waterproof Yes
Brand Bragi
Model B1002-01
Warranty 12 months
Weight 26 grams
(0.92 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Tech Advisor

Pricey, but if you’ve got the cash, they’re worth the money

from Tech Advisor

The Bragi Dash Pro earbuds are amongst the smartest wireless earbuds on the market, and they provide a phenomenal experience. As well as producing high-quality personalised for your hearing, the earphones offer a suite of sensors that can track multiple types of exercise, including swimming.

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The Bragi Dash Pro earbuds are amongst the smartest wireless earbuds on the market, and they provide a phenomenal experience. As well as producing high-quality personalised for your hearing, the earphones offer a suite of sensors that can track multiple types of exercise, including swimming.

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road.cc

Incredibly expensive and tracking isn't perfect

from road.cc

They are very expensive and they don't track perfectly, but they are genuinely one of the most exciting pieces of technology I've reviewed in the past few years. Although they are technically just headphones, they represent so much more.

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They are very expensive and they don't track perfectly, but they are genuinely one of the most exciting pieces of technology I've reviewed in the past few years. Although they are technically just headphones, they represent so much more.

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PhoneArena

Undeniably one of the most advanced we've come across

from PhoneArena

Hands down, the Bragi Dash Pro is the most feature-rich pair of true wireless headphones we've have checked out so far.

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Hands down, the Bragi Dash Pro is the most feature-rich pair of true wireless headphones we've have checked out so far.

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The Wirecutter

Most promising, but not for most people

from The Wirecutter

Despite their immense promise and surprising functionality, these headphones are just a bit too buggy and costly to be a pick at this time. However, Bragi is releasing new software features regularly, and The Dash Pro’s capabilities are ever expanding, so this situation could change in the future.

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Despite their immense promise and surprising functionality, these headphones are just a bit too buggy and costly to be a pick at this time. However, Bragi is releasing new software features regularly, and The Dash Pro’s capabilities are ever expanding, so this situation could change in the future.

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The Canadian Techie

Could be even better

from The Canadian Techie

I liked using the Dash Pro, but they’re very expensive considering that they don’t do a lot more than some of its competitors like the Gear IconX (2018) or AirPods, which are significantly cheaper. That plus that the Dash Pro is lacking in the sound department and could use some work in adjusting how sensitive the touch sensors are.

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I liked using the Dash Pro, but they’re very expensive considering that they don’t do a lot more than some of its competitors like the Gear IconX (2018) or AirPods, which are significantly cheaper. That plus that the Dash Pro is lacking in the sound department and could use some work in adjusting how sensitive the touch sensors are.

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Macworld

Packed with high-tech extras, but not worth the price

from Macworld

Bragi’s Dash Pro, with all of its capabilities (when they work) could be worth $330, to the right person. But considering their middle-of-the-road audio performance and slew of connectivity issues, most people may want to look elsewhere for their next set of true wireless headphones.

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Bragi’s Dash Pro, with all of its capabilities (when they work) could be worth $330, to the right person. But considering their middle-of-the-road audio performance and slew of connectivity issues, most people may want to look elsewhere for their next set of true wireless headphones.

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iLounge

Still isn't perfect, but it has come a long way

from iLounge

With the Dash Pro, Bragi has improved and expanded upon the original Dash in almost every way. There’s a tremendous amount of technology and design in this device, and even more features in its app than we were able to cover in this review.

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With the Dash Pro, Bragi has improved and expanded upon the original Dash in almost every way. There’s a tremendous amount of technology and design in this device, and even more features in its app than we were able to cover in this review.

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Techaeris

True wireless fitness tracking and music streaming with on-board storage

from Techaeris

After using them for the past couple months, I can safely say that they are pretty intelligent and getting smarter with each update. If you’re looking for a pair of true wireless earbuds with fitness tracking and more, The Dash Pro earbuds are worth every penny.

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After using them for the past couple months, I can safely say that they are pretty intelligent and getting smarter with each update. If you’re looking for a pair of true wireless earbuds with fitness tracking and more, The Dash Pro earbuds are worth every penny.

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9to5Mac

A costly standout amongst wireless earphones

from 9to5Mac

The Dash Pro is an acceptable upgrade from The Dash, but justifying its cost to first-time true wireless earphone buyers will be a difficult task. Bragi’s advantage here will be in continuously upgrading the earphones through the Bragi OS and providing fresher experiences than what others can.

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The Dash Pro is an acceptable upgrade from The Dash, but justifying its cost to first-time true wireless earphone buyers will be a difficult task. Bragi’s advantage here will be in continuously upgrading the earphones through the Bragi OS and providing fresher experiences than what others can.

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Forbes

Activate Siri by moving your head

from Forbes

Ultimately, is the Dash Pro the best sounding audio equipment I've tried? No. But is it the coolest, most futuristic? Definitely. As a gadget geek and film buff, I always look at how gadgets are depicted in sci-fi films: bezel-less screens, and earpieces that can take commands and do things for you.

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Ultimately, is the Dash Pro the best sounding audio equipment I've tried? No. But is it the coolest, most futuristic? Definitely. As a gadget geek and film buff, I always look at how gadgets are depicted in sci-fi films: bezel-less screens, and earpieces that can take commands and do things for you.

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