The SoundPeats TrueFree earbuds are a pair of truly wireless earbuds that come at an inexpensive price.
The design of the earbuds is a relatively small rounded rectangular shape, with rubber buds that sit in your ears. I was a little apprehensive on how well the earbuds would stay in my ears due to the design of the earbuds and I have to say that they sit well in the ear and I haven’t experienced them falling out.
I have tried to make them fall out and I have also done exercise wearing the earbuds and they’ve, so far, managed to successfully remain in my ears.
Each earbud also has a button and LED indicator on them to show when they’re pairing, powered on or charging and the button on the earbuds covers the entire top surface of the earbud, allowing you to pause/play and skip tracks.
On the underside of the earbuds, there is the letter to tell you which ear the earbud goes in and there’s also the charging pins to charge the earbuds with the charging case. As these are truly wireless earbuds, there are no USB ports on the earbuds themselves – so you’ll need the charging case to charge them up.
The design of the charging case is minimalist and functional, unlike many other charging cases for wireless earbuds, there is no lid on the case. Instead, magnets hold the earbuds within the charging case, which makes it easy to quickly grab and put your earbuds away without having to faff with a lid. The charging case is extremely light, meaning that carrying the case and earbuds around with you is very easy.
Both the earbuds and charging case are made and finished in a matte plastic, which keeps the earbuds nice and clean as they won’t get covered in or show fingerprints.
The sound quality of these earbuds is great, they sound good and provide clear-sounding audio. They provide a clear and balanced sound with good coverage of lows, mids and highs.
I would make sure that you pick the correct sized buds as they help with sound isolation and therefore making sure that the sound quality is as good as it can be.
The quality of the microphone is also very good, it manages to isolate my voice quite well from the environment around me and keeps my voice clear. It isn’t the loudest, but if you need to take a phone call with these in, you’ll have no problem.
Features and Accessories
The earbuds support Bluetooth 5.0 and will work with devices that support Bluetooth 4.0 and above, this is good as it means that the earbuds will be futureproofed with new mobile devices and brings new and optimised Bluetooth features.
The earbuds also come with plenty of different sized buds so you can make sure that the earbuds fit well into your ears.
The earbuds can either act as a pair or you can pair to them individually, which could come in handy with certain use cases.
Battery life with the SoundPeats TrueFree earbuds is very good, with up to 3½ hours playtime on a single charge with up to 15 hours of listening time when you use the battery case to charge them up.
When it comes to charging the earbuds, the charging case uses a micro USB cable to charge and the charging status is displayed on the back of the case.
In conclusion, I think that these are a great pair of Bluetooth earbuds that sound fantastic and are a great inexpensive choice if you’re looking for some truly wireless Bluetooth earbuds.