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Uplift 2 Wireless Bluetooth® Earbuds

Uplift 2 Wireless Wireless Bluetooth® Earbuds

SKU: EM-JE103

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$99.99
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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.

Features

  • 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 3.2 out of 5 by 66.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Disappointed Its my second and last product of this producent. Same problem like with "Smile Jamaica" wireless headphones. After 3 months of using battery allows listening music only for 3-3,5h instead of 10h ...Additionally the casing comes off after contact with a little rain, low quality of the glue used
Date published: 2020-09-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Connection keeps cutting out Used these for the first time yesterday and soon as I started jogging the sound kept cutting out! Work fine if I'm stood still but pointless for any kind of exercise! Currently in the process of sorting out a returning them to get a refund. A shame as my No Bounds speaker and Stir It Up turntable are great products!
Date published: 2020-08-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from False playtime I bought one in May. It’s now early August, 3 months later. The playtime advertised for this is “over 10 hours” but I noticed a decline as time passed. I got 5 and a half hours of playtime on my last charge ffs
Date published: 2020-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exceeded All Expectations I had some doubts before buying about how the cable design would look and if the battery will be comfortable, and very happy I decided to buy them, they look great! (like a combination of a fashion accessory and earphones), the battery on the back is so light and balanced you never even notice it's there and looks nice as well. Sound quality is also very satisfying, clean and laud enough to feel immersed and block outside noise. My new favorite earphones - 100% recommended, even over some more expensive brands.
Date published: 2020-06-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Superb sound : but the microphone ? Hi ! I've been using these for about a month : External noise cancellation is very ggod, Sound and Bass is awesome ! -BUT- many, many people tell me to talk louder as they cannot hear me on the phone : Normal ? How can i boost the mic volume ? Oh and ... the little rubber thingnis always fall off !! I'm luck to find them everytime !
Date published: 2020-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great impression I think all of those who said it isn't a good product had a made up issue (factory bad made). These headphones sound really nice and the battery made 16 hours up to me, for the first use(!!). I think that this product is overally a masterpiece and not about just one, all of the quality references are well enought of this product.
Date published: 2020-05-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Problems with the battery. About a year ago I bought a Marley Uplift 2 wireless headphones and I am very satisfied with the performance and sound quality. Since last month, I have not been able to use them for more than two hours in a row, without running out of battery, even if I fully charged them. I have tried charging them in different ways with no good results.
Date published: 2020-05-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed I have bought the uplift 2 wireless and it doesn't work. So it clearly it faulty i try to get in contact with the team on the day I have received my item and 5 days later I am still waiting on a reply. Never again I will be ordering any of the products from this website.
Date published: 2020-05-09
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Its waterproff

Asked by: Gym & Beach
No. 
Answered by: Mitch
Date published: 2020-06-14

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: 2020-06-14

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: 2020-06-14

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: 2020-04-21

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: 2020-06-14

I just bought the uprise wireless sport earphone. The manual is pretty useless. Can you tell me how to pair them with my phone...so 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: 2020-05-06

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

Asked by: JuanP07
It should
Answered by: Magic
Date published: 2020-06-14

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
When it's fully charged it no longer has a red LED light on the battery pack. I don't remember if it shines a different color, or if it doesn't have a color at all. All I know is the red LED is gone when it is fully charged. When it is about to die it will make (I think 3) notification sounds in the earbuds over the course of approximately 5 minutes (maybe 10 minutes at most) before it dies.
Answered by: Regina97
Date published: 2020-06-14
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