The Ett true wireless earbuds from Sudio feature active noise cancelling, up to 30 hours of listening time and an IPX5 water resistance rating.
The Tic true wireless earbuds from Dudios offer Bluetooth 5.0, up to 4.5 hours of battery life and a low-latency gaming mode for the price of around £35.
The Edifier TWS1 true wireless earbuds pack in a bunch of handy features such as Qualcomm TrueWireless Stereo Plus, aptX, Bluetooth 5.0 and up to 8 hours of listening time per charge for around £50.
Sudio’s Fem true wireless earbuds offer touch controls, IPX5 water resistance and up to 20 hours of total listening time.
Creative’s Outlier Gold true wireless earbuds are the company’s flagship model, with up to 39 hours of total listening time, IPX5 sweatproof rating and support for aptX and AAC.
xFyro’s Aria earbuds are a premium pair of true wireless earbuds featuring an IP67 waterproof rating, support for Bluetooth 5.0 and up to 32 hours of listening time.
Dudios’ Shuttle earbuds are a pair of affordable true wireless earbuds which feature up to 24 hours of listening time, touch controls and water resistance.
The Arbily X-Buds are a pair of lightweight and affordable true wireless earbuds, with up to 16 hours of total listening time and a small and portable design – how do they stand out in the market of true wireless…
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.