Equipped with the advanced 6mm dynamic drivers speaker, the Air 1 Alloy Premium Earbuds can provide superior listening experience with ultra-realistic audio. The latest professional Airoha chipset offers stable connections and lower consumption.
These feel OK in the ear. They have a basic, outdated shape to them, which may feel unfamiliar to some people. They are small but offer a good seal around the ear.
The first thing you will notice after unboxing is the quality – the metal case makes a huge difference over other cases. It adds weight and a solid feel. I have already dropped the case by accident and it survived without any damage.
Air 1 Alloy Premium Earbuds Specs:
- Bluetooth Version: 5.0
- Bluetooth Profile: A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP
- Audio Codec: SBC, AAC(Advanced Audio Coding)
- Speaker：6mm dynamic drivers
- Earbuds Battery Life: 5+ Hours (varies by volume level and audio content)
- Battery: 400mAh for charge case and 50mAh for earbuds
- Standby Time: About 300 Hours with Charge Box
- Working Range: 33 feet (10m)
One attraction for me with true-wireless headphones is the battery life. A single charge gives you a full 6 hours of listening, while the charging case extends it an extra 4 times, giving you around 24+ hours. Thanks to USB-C I can charge these for 10 mins and get around an hour of playtime.
Touch controls allow you to adjust the volume, play or pause music, skip to previous or next track, answer or hang up or reject a call, activate Siri, etc. I also love, that you can use only one earbud if needed. They have nano-coating, to protect them from rain and sweat.
When listening to music, I found this to not be loud enough for me. I ended up preferring these for Netflix over music.
Overall, the Air 1 Alloy Premium Earbuds have an ok fit, good call quality, but lack in volume.