Over the last few weeks, I have had the chance to use a couple of different wireless headphones. Considering all the work from home/remote work and meetings online, I have had the chance to use them quite a bit.
A couple of weeks ago I shared my experience with the Tribit QuietPlus Noise Cancelling Headphones. These over the ear headphones are solid for their price (Amazon for $79.99 – affiliate link) so if you are looking for something over the ear – these could be a very good option.
The Tranya Rimor wireless earbuds that I am writing about now are in the ear headphones, aka earbuds, and I have used them for conference calls and just listening to Spotify on my OnePlus 7T 5G McClaren smartphone. These are another great inexpensive option for going wireless with your devices (Amazon for $49.99 – affiliate link). As you can see, they are less expensive compared to the TriBit’s I previously wrote about and a solid option at that price.
The Rimor earbuds come with a case that acts as a charging source for the earbuds , it connects to charge the case via a USB-C cable. Rimor estimates about five hours of continuous listening on a single charge and the case can provide four additional charging cycles to bring that , listening time to 25 hours. Of course, you will be unable to use the earbuds while they are in between charging cycles so it is not 25 continuous hours of listening. Using the USB-C charging cord, you can get 90 minutes of listening with just 10 minutes of charge time.
There are touch controls on the outside of each earbud and it makes it easy to turn them on and off, get them in pairing mode, pause what you are listening to, and even go into single ear, aka mono, mode. This means you can listen with either the left or right earbud to keep an ear exposed to hear your local environment. This is one of my favorite features of the Rimors.
The Rimor earbuds also provide what they describe as environmental noise cancellation. This uses the earbuds microphone to cancel out background noises for clearer calls. This is passive noise cancelling and not active noise cancelling but for a set of earbuds – it works quite well.
In the box you get the earbuds, charging case, Type-C USB charging cable, and three pairs of eartips (small, medium, and large) to customize the fit into your ear. The Rimor earbuds are Bluetooth 5.0.
As I mentioned earlier in my review, at less than $50, this is a great option to get good earbuds and with solid battery life. They sound great and will be a great addition to my calling toolkit.
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