Wireless earbuds

I'm thinking about getting the 1Vioce 100% wireless earbuds. Has anybody tried them?

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No reason to.

There are so many alternatives that my advice is to be sure you have return privileges.

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My opinion

I think these are best earbuds. I am giving you this suggestion from my personal experience.

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The best true wireless earbuds of 2019

Truly wireless earbuds are becoming more economical.

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My Experience

These headphones provide basic functionality, but have a couple of issues that are dealbreakers for me:

The biggest issue is that one of the buds frequently disconnects and reconnects. This process is quick, but still annoying when you're listening to music or a conversation.
Sound quality is acceptable, though noticeably worse than an equivalent pair of wired headphones.
The battery life is just too short to be useful for longer days or multi-day use without charging.

This product does have some good features, including wireless audio at a reasonable price and handy interactions like pausing or skipping songs by pressing on the earpiece. Overall, this isn't a bad product if you're looking for a cheap, wireless option, just expect to get your money's worth.

Post was last edited on October 3, 2019 11:56 PM PDT

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