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Uplift 2 Wireless Bluetooth® Earbuds

Uplift 2 Wireless Wireless Bluetooth® Earbuds



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Bluetooth® wireless connectivity with easy audio pairing
10 + hours of play time with a fully charged battery
Ergonomic design for a comfortable, strain-free fit
Microphone and 3-button controls on tangle-free braided cables
Three sets of ear gels and a stash bag for when you’re on the move
The Uplift 2 Wireless is the newest model of Bluetooth® enabled earbuds from the House of Marley. This in-ear design incorporates Bluetooth® connectivity, utilize an easy pairing system and offers over 10 hours of play time on a full battery. The Uplift 2 Wireless is ergonomically designed for a comfortable and natural fit. It is constructed using the sustainable materials of FSC® Certified Wood, durable recyclable aluminum and medical grade silicone.


  • 10-Hour Playtime
  • FSC® Certified Wood
  • Integrated Microphone
  • Recyclable Aluminum
  • Uplift 2 Wireless Bluetooth® Earbuds
  • Uplift 2 Wireless Bluetooth® Earbuds
  • Uplift 2 Wireless Bluetooth® Earbuds
  • Uplift 2 Wireless Bluetooth® Earbuds

Customer Reviews

Uplift 2 Wireless Bluetooth® Earbuds is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 53.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible China cheap brand earbuds is better than this. Sound quality is ok not bad but too heavy battery Pack..and even look not good. My one is sometimes can't charge.. And play music suddenly stop or reduce volume. AUTOMATICLY.. I WANT TO RESET IT. BUT IT IS EASY TO FIND HOW TO RESET.. THIS IS REAL SUCK EARBUD.. So let me know how can I reset it.
Date published: 2020-03-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Ok ISH Ok headphones but mic/battery pack is very heavy. Don't get them if you plan on working out while using them. Also after a year with them the on button completely stopped working, so no longer works.
Date published: 2020-02-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Hot garbage I bought these 7 months ago and foolishly did not keep the receipt. I would have returned them on day one otherwise. Firstly, i don't know how they expect the battery to magically balance on the back of your neck, because it doesn't and constantly fall off, pulling the headphones out with it. I worked around that by making a wire neck torque to hold it in place. Ugly but works good enough. The claim of ergonomic ear buds seems to mean that they will fall out if you talk too much, chew food or really move your mouth much at all. Never had that problem before. Lastly the battery life was what sold me on them. 7 months in they won't hold a charge for 4 hours. Pretty bad for something with a 10 hour battery life. The sound quality is middle of the road, not bad, but nothing to write home about either. If you want headphones to use while you sit totally still these may be the ones for you, if you plan on moving, working, talking or eating while you use then then look somewhere else. I give these a 2 out of 10. Not a full dumpster fire, but hot garbage for sure.
Date published: 2020-02-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Average ear buds Average sound , not particularly comfortable.. iPhone doesn’t show amount of power left. I can imagine easily lost...
Date published: 2020-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great bass and overall sound quality Bought them over a year ago for use in work and have finally packed in today just stopped working I work as a welder/fabricator so they dont always get the best treatment but held up well with the grinding dust heat and smoke I listen to a lot very heavy dub reggae so sound quality is a must for me I have to say the only thing that deminshed was my hearing worth the money!
Date published: 2020-01-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not worth the money This set of in ears looks nice and fits well, it has decent battery life. That's all the pros. Its sound quality is terrible, you have to use a sound mixer to get any decent sound out of it. There's no base whatsoever either. The buttons are buggy and disconnect oddly from your phones volume so you'll still have to raise the volume on your phone. It has tremendous trouble reading input on the buttons and will raise or lower the volume very fast as you try to skip or reverse to songs through its double click system. The bluetooth is the worst however. It NEEDS the phone to be absolutely still against your body, it cannot even be in the pocket of your pants of it will skip and lose signal during songs nonstop. You can ONLY use it when walking if it is in a breast pocket or such or the headphones will simply disconnect. Connecting in the first place already takes a tremendous amount of trouble to consistently work. All these problems appeared from day 1 and i've honestly just been using it with the hope that it would magically improve, and the fact that I couldn't get my money back in the store i bought it from This product should be a third of its price and honestly has no business being anywhere near the 70+ it costs now.
Date published: 2020-01-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst headphone I've ever had Bad sound, no bass, super funny, makes me hate my favourite songs. Don't buy
Date published: 2019-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Long lasting wireless headsets I had these for an year and then lost them in a holiday trip to Paris. So came back and decided to buy a different wireless handset, used them for 2/3 months and being unsatisfied switched back to my uplift wireless back. Also bought one for my friend who is so happy with the product. As stated it last for 10 hours. I feel it’s even longer at times. The sound quality is really good
Date published: 2019-12-14
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Its waterproff

Asked by: Gym & Beach
No, unfortunately it’s not good for working out in or getting wet. 
Answered by: Magic
Date published: 2018-09-18

I have rather small ear canals and have difficulty finding comfortable earphones. Even when I use the smallest silicone tips with different brands, they still hurt... Will it be the same with these earphones?

Asked by: June-bug
I have a similar issue with ears hurting due to that. These are great. No issue at all for me. They come with 2 or even 3 different sizes.
Answered by: Corinna
Date published: 2018-11-15

What type of connector does it use to charge? MicroUSB or USB-C or...?

Asked by: TsuKata
One side is the micro and the other side is USB. 
Answered by: Mitch
Date published: 2019-03-25

How do I turn off the blinking blue light on headphone charging pack? Wear them to sleep at night and feels like the whole room lights up when blue light flashes.

Asked by: Fisherman
How about trying a small piece of black electrical tape?   
Answered by: Mitch
Date published: 2019-02-05

when I turn on my headphones the red and blue light start to blink and it doesn't pair with my cellphone? Any thoughts about this problem?

Asked by: Jarquin
I have had this issue periodically. It’s a quick fix though. Go on your phone and click the device you’re trying to connect to in this case the “Uplift Earbuds.” Once highlighted click forget device. It will delete that device out of the used often or saved devices. Once that is complete repair your device as normal. I have a few Marley devices and have to do this with all them. It’s actually not the device though like you may be thinking. The device receiving code doesn’t ever change. But, when you update your phone the phone often deletes those receiving codes because of the way they’re stored on the phone. I’ve had this issue with both Samsung and IPhones. Hope that helps. 
Answered by: Tpski83
Date published: 2019-06-04

I just bought the uprise wireless sport earphone. The manual is pretty useless. Can you tell me how to pair them with my far it is not showing up on my phone. Do you have to fully charge it before it will pair? How do I turn it on and off?

Asked by: Nellie
As I remember, the headphones do need to be fully charged in order to pair them with your phone. When you plug in the headphones to the charger you will see a red light as it charges. It will go out when it is fully charged. Press and hold the middle button (Marley insignia) in between the + and - volume buttons which are on the left cord. You will hear a noise to let you know they are on. At this point it should show up to pair on your phone. To turn them off simply press and hold that middle button again. You will hear a sound to let you know they have been turned off.
Answered by: HCCARGIRL
Date published: 2019-01-28

Does it work with any android device? I have a samsung j7 pro

Asked by: JuanP07
It should
Answered by: Magic
Date published: 2018-07-09

How do I know when this is fully charged? is there anyway to check how much battery is left in the unit while using it or do I just have to wait for it to die?

Asked by: LouieLouie
In my experience, the sound will become choppy when the battery is getting low.  The unit is fully charged when the light turns off.  
Answered by: Mitch
Date published: 2019-02-20
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