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GW100 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones
Grado Labs wireless open-back headphones

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Grado Direct Price: $249.00

SKU: 4E-GW100

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The first and only open-back Bluetooth headphone on the market. No compromises… it's a Grado®.
The GW100 is the first Grado wireless headphone, featuring Bluetooth® technology. More than 25 years of experience designing the world's finest headphones naturally lead Grado Labs to developing the only open-back, Bluetooth headphone on the market.

Some might think wireless and open-back are an odd pairing, but now you can enjoy audiophile quality sound untethered. Whether you're fly-fishing or just cleaning the gutters, you don't want wires dangling. But you do want awesome Grado sound.

Grado's legendary driver technology, Bluetooth, padded headband, 40+ hour battery life, and a lightweight comfortable design make them perfect for today's portable lifestyle. The large soundstage and detail only available from an open-back design, plus Bluetooth, coalesces into the perfect wireless headphone.

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 85 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 High Quality Grado Sound As Usual July 4, 2020
Reviewer: Stephen Mayberry from Oak Island , NC United States  
The sound in these Grado’s is Excellent as always. Where the small issues come up is with the materials used to manufacture these headphones. I would definitely have paid $20.00 or $30.00 more to have a little better quality of material in the manufacture of these. I wish they were a little more like the quality of other Grado products I am use too. However that said I still gave these an Overall Rating of 5 Stars due to the ease in connectivity to Bluetooth and the Overall Excellence in Sound of these Headphones. They are Definitely a Grado Product in that aspect.

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5 of 5 i'm glad these exist July 3, 2020
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from ny  
soooo close to the classic feel of my favorite sr60s. they don't have the same weight or level of craft in the head band but they're light and comfortable to wear on my small head for hours and they sound good!

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Great sound, very happy July 1, 2020
Reviewer: KC from Menlo Park , CA United States  
I had a pair of Grado 80s for many years. This year while working from home during COVID I was looking at Bose and other brands - never knew Grado did wireless, but now I am glad you do. Excellent combination for work and late night hi-fi listening.

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4 of 5 A very good headphone...just not great. June 25, 2020
Reviewer: S. Frierson from Chesapeake, VA United States  
Pros - Construction: The plastic build allows the headphone to be very light. The headband is very smooth and has enough plush. The height adjustment is smooth but stiff. The clamping force is "gently firm".
Wireless performance: The range went from 10m to 30m. It also has the ability to connect to (at least) 2 devices at once. It's a champ in this realm.
Sound: That Grado sound! All of this is over the AAC/APT-X (if I'm using my MBAir) codecs. What about wired performance? With my lightening cable, the sound is enhanced even more to my ears.
Cons - Construction: Why do headphone makers make swiveling cups that swivel out and not in? It annoys me so much. The plastic buttons are, well, plastic (weak for a $249 headphone).
Earpads: This phone's pads increase the fatigue factor.
Initial Pairing: If your headphone is already paired to one device, I found that I couldn't pair to the other. Also, the female voice that announces the pairing is really loud when wearing the phone.

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5 of 5 Wireless Headphones June 24, 2020
Reviewer: JW from Warrensburg, MO United States  
I have been toying with the idea of getting headphones for watching home movies just reduce the noise around the house. With all the other things happening around the world, I am now doing my best to support Made in USA products. With that being said, I have extremely happy with the sound quality provided by these headphones. The only thing that may be an issue would be if the foam ear coverings do not last. That is a maybe for down the road. I am very happy with this purchase and would recommend to anyone wanting a quality headphone.

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