These wireless earbuds are feature-packed given their $30 price tag. They support both aptX and aptX LL, which is unheard of for the price, and they isolate well.
If you are exercising, a neckband design isn’t the first choice, especially for runners who don’t want to deal with the neckband bouncing. But, for its low price, it’s hard to pass on these IPX6 water-resistant earbuds.
Plus, the included wingtips create a secure fit; I never once worried about the earbuds flopping out.
Despite the old charging method, the earbuds provide 12.73 hours of playback according to our objective testing. It is just shy of the company’s project 13-hour battery life, but seeing as most people won’t subject themselves to a constant 75db(SPL) output, you’ll likely experience extended playback time.
- The sound is impressive and easy paired.
- The bass in the quality of sound is phenomenal.
- SoundPEATS Q29 is smaller than the AirPods and come neatly packaged in a small compact box and enclosed in a carrying case that doubles up as a charging cradle.
- The battery life happens to be low, but it can last for 2.5 to 3-hour.
- The SoundPEATS Bluetooth headphones are cheap, and they sound good.
- Their design and comfort make them easy to use.
- Impressive sound quality.
- They have an attractive package.
- A decent battery life.
- Their small size.
The SoundPeats Engine wireless earbuds can be used via Bluetooth 5.0 with a 10-meter wireless range. Although, these earbuds support multiconnection, meaning they can connect to two devices simultaneously.
Sometimes, they occasionally struggle to connect.