The Elite 75T are stored in the black plastic case which doubles up as a charging case that is perfect for when you are out and about. The carry case was compact to fit in my handbag, pockets or jackets and the magnetic sections for each earbud slot were secure enough to not lose the earbuds especially whenever they required a charging boost. The initial setup was very self- explanatory and simple, firstly downloaded the ‘Sound+’ app, once installed it provided a quick and easy mini tutorial to pair the earbuds with the device, by selecting the headset, then take out the earbuds from the case to enable the Bluetooth pairing mode, turn on the Bluetooth and then ensure the headset was paired with your device. There were so many useful features which in the past I have found lacking from other similar products. • HearThrough- I found I was always utilising this feature when out in public, especially when I found myself in a busy, loud and bustling supermarket. Just by pressing the left earbud, it enabled the noise cancelling feature to be switched on or off. I literally could not hear any conversations or surroundings, once it was activated. • Mute microphone – If I was on a call, just by pressing the left button I was able to quickly mute myself which came in handy especially if I was paying or asking a question to a store assistant. • Restart Track – Triple pressing the left button would restart a song that I liked and if you triple pressed it again, it would go all the way back to the previous track. • Volume up/down – Press & holding the right button would turn the volume up on tracks or calls and doing the same on the left button would turn the volume down. The microphone quality was very clear when speaking to others, it did not produce any fuzziness, I enjoyed not having my use wired headphones and the luxury of being hands free. Also, the bass that came through when listening to music was fantastic, very powerful and strong which is what I look for in any headset devices. The earbuds once fully charged with continued use, would last on average around 4 hours which is not too bad to be honest considering you can fast charge in 15 minutes to get an hours’ worth of battery if you are on the go. One feature I wish it had was interchangeable button covers on the earbuds, so you could personalise your headset. If you’re looking for a premium wireless headset without the large price tag, then purchasing these would give you satisfaction.