Top 5 Best True Wireless Earbuds

 1) Bang & Olufsen Beoplay E82) Savfy True Wireless Earbuds3) Lesoom True Wireless Earbuds4) Vava Wire Free In-Ear Headphones5) SOL Republic Amps Air
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Charging TimeUp to 4 hoursUp to 1 1/2 hoursUp to 2 hoursUp to 3 hoursUp to 2 hours
Playback TimeUp to 12 hoursUp to 2 hoursUp to 3 hoursUp to 3 hoursUp to 3 hours
Built-in MicYesYesYesYesYes
Charging Case Capacity365 mAh250 mAh380 mAhCan charge the earbuds 4 times2200 mAh
Extras- 4 x Silicone eartips (XS, S, M, L)- 3 x Eartips (S, M, L)- 3 x Eartips (S, M, L)- 3 x Eartips (S, M, L)- 3 x Eartips (S, M, L)
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A Guide To The Best True Wireless Earbuds

Finally, earbuds that are completely wireless!  Previously, the closest you would get to wireless were Bluetooth earbuds for running, however, there was still a wire.  If this wire still bothered you, then having the best true wireless earbuds might be the answer to your frustration.

A pair of completely wireless earbuds will consist of two ear pieces (just to be clear, without the wire!) and most will require a charging case, which is like a power bank but purely for your earbuds.  Although, some charging cases also have a USB port so it can be used as a power bank for your other devices.  The earbuds have to be charged using the charging case provided.

Since these completely wireless earbuds are so small, the functions on the earbuds can be quite limited.  Many of these earbuds will have one button that will cover power on/off, pairing, play/pause, next track & answer/reject a call, this can be very confusing for some users.  Volume control is not included for many of the earbuds which may bother some users.

 

How To Choose The Best True Wireless Earbuds

Most people wouldn’t have trouble choosing the best in-ear headphones.  However, when it comes to choosing the best true wireless earbuds, there are several additional features to take into account which we will list below.

Charging time – How long it would take for the earbuds to become fully charged.  Bearing in mind that if the earbuds are not completely empty, it’ll take less time to charge.

Playback time – The duration of how long you can continuously play music for before it needs recharging again.  Talk time usually uses slightly less battery than music.

Built-in mic – One of the most standard features you will come across on Bluetooth earbuds.  This will ensure that you will never miss an important phone call!

Charging case capacity – The capacity of the charging case will give you an indication of how many times it can charge the true wireless earphones.  Once the charging case is out of power then you’ll need to charge the case which can be charged via USB.

Extras – Most of the earbuds will come with additional eartips to ensure you get the perfect fit.

Warranty – Since the concept of truly wireless earbuds is more complex than your standard in-ear earbuds, more things can also go wrong.  Therefore, it’s important to have sufficient standard warranty coverage in the event of any manufacturer defects.

 

Truly Wireless Earbuds vs Bluetooth Earbuds

If you’re in two minds whether to buy a certain product or not, it’s always good to do a comparison with a product that you’re more familiar with.  In this case, running Bluetooth earphones are quite similar, so we will compare the two below.

Truly wireless earbuds pros:

  • Completely wire free.
  • So small and compact you will barely notice it in your pocket.
  • Small size makes it ideal for exercising.

Cons:

  • If you’re planning to take it away on a trip, you will also need to bring the charging case which takes up more room.
  • It’s so small that if one falls out of your ear you might lose it!
  • Generally more expensive.
  • Earbud controls are more limited.

 

Bluetooth earbuds pros:

  • Plenty of affordable models to choose from.
  • Takes up less space than the charging case for the true wireless earbuds.
  • Usually has a better charge time to playback time ratio.
  • Headphone controls allow you to control more functions.

Cons:

  • Not completely wireless.