The Mpow headset has the kind of features most people will be looking for at this price point. They may lack some of the bells and whistles like a USB port, faster charging, or more customization options but they still deliver a solid headphone that is well worth the money.
The design is very basic, but the cups are densely padded and comfortable. It also has a good fit around the ears and is relatively lightweight at 200G / 7oz.
mpow headset sound quality is very good, with a warm and natural tone that sounds full and pleasant. The bass is slightly overemphasized but never muddy or overwhelming. It is also very quiet, blocking out ambient noises from a short distance and easily competing with some high-end noise-canceling headphones like the Bose QuietComfort 35 II/QC35 II Wireless 2018 or Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless.
Its treble range is a bit restricted, so higher frequencies tend to sound a little dull and veiled. However, it still sounds warm and clear enough to enjoy most genres of music without fatigue or loss of detail.
The controls on the ear cups are capacitive and work well. They allow you to play/pause music, skip to the next track, increase or decrease volume, and trigger your phone's voice assistant. The only drawback is that they don't give you the ability to customize what taps do what, so it can be a little tricky at first. Also, it takes a while for the headphones to recognize your commands.