These are the Blitzwolf True Wireless Earbuds, a set of wireless earbuds that have no cables involved. The pair I have here are the “Comfortable” variant, but there are also some other choices available.
The earbuds are fairly simple, they have small rubber ear-hooks, so they can sit comfortably in my ears without falling out.
I’ve tried to make them fall out by jumping around and shaking my head but they’re staying in place which means my main concern of true wireless earbuds falling out of my ears isn’t present with these.
The earbuds have an LED indicator on the side of them to show when they’re on or charging and then also have a built-in microphone and button, so you can skip and pause songs.
On the underside, there’s the ear-hooks that I just mentioned, but also the contacts for when it comes to charging the earbuds using the charging case.
Since these are truly wireless earbuds and there are no USB ports on the earbuds themselves, you’ll need to use the charging case to charge them when they aren’t in use. It is also a great place to make sure you have somewhere to safely store your earbuds.
The charging case is straightforward to use, just put the earbuds in them and they start charging. When you take them out the earbuds automatically turn on and pair with your device.
Everything is made from a glossy plastic, so you can expect to have fingerprints all over the charging case. The earbuds stay relatively fingerprint-free.
The sound quality of these earbuds is great, they sound good and provide clear-sounding audio. There’s quite a lot of bass, so if you’re not a fan of that these earbuds may not be for you, but otherwise, they’re excellent.
Despite the amount of bass, the sound is still extremely clear, and vocals sound great, I’m still pleased with how these earbuds sound.
The microphone on these earbuds is also surprisingly good. It’s not the clearest microphone in the world, but considering the microphones are on my ears it managed to pick up my voice quite well.
Features & Accessories
These earbuds have a few nifty features under its belt. One of them is that it supports Bluetooth 5.0, which brings a bunch of new features to Bluetooth, but the earbuds are also compatible with my iPhone, which does not support Bluetooth 5.0.
The earbuds are also IPX4 rated, meaning that they will be able to handle water splashes and also should be good for doing a workout with.
In regard to battery life, you can expect around 3 hours listening time with these earbuds.
The charging case will be able to charge the earbuds around 3 or 4 times before the case itself needs charging, giving you 12 hours of listening time in total.
It’ll take around an hour and a half to fully charge up the earbuds and case when they run flat.
In conclusion, I think that these are a great pair of Bluetooth earbuds that sound fantastic, and they’re fully wireless without breaking the bank.