Reviews by Topic

Our analysis shows how reviewers feel about different topics. Please note these are not full reviews.

Sound Quality

EarFun Air

(1/5)

I know prices vary by region. I have gotten good sound from the Earfun earbuds. I have the Earfun Air, and the Earfun Air Pro 2 have very good sound as do Earfun Free Pro 2.

Positive
NCResident5
2 months ago

Jabra Elite 65t

(1/3)

Jabra Elite 65t, the sound is good and I'm generally happy with them, but the connection drops once in a while

Positive
DrTaxus
1 year ago

Durability

EarFun Air

(1/1)

From the shipping process to receiving. Received headphones 2 days in advanced. I was currently in the market for a pair of new headphones when these came on my radar and have been throughly impressed. I do work in construction and the headphones are really durable and so is the charging case

Positive
Cartay
2 years ago

Jabra Elite 65t

(1/2)

Day-to-day usage Ok so here's where the story goes downhill and never recovers. Is it just me or is Bluetooth "5.0" just a blanket marketing term? In my old job, I've used Bluetooth 5.0 headsets (connected to PC) and walked around my office without dropping any audio (I actually went outside to the 1st floor just below my desk on the 5th floor and it still worked

Negative
Uncle Phil
4 years ago

Fit

EarFun Air

(1/1)

Volume however is no problem, they can crank the dB's. Passive noise cancelation is decent when the ear pieces are fit snug although talking with one or both in my ears (when audio off) produces a reverberating echo in that ear(s). Touch control is about 80% successful for me, usually not registering one of my taps. Auto-pause/play on removal/insertion is about 50/50 although I'm working on making sure I'm "doing it right" as you have to snug it in and give it a twist although sometimes it works by just taking it out and putting it in

Positive
cBurgessc
1 year ago

Jabra Elite 65t

(1/2)

They also support multi-device pairing, so you can be connected to your computer and smartphone at the same time and have a companion app with a graphic EQ and presets to tweak their sound to your liking. Unfortunately, their unorthodox design is a little bulky and may not be so comfortable for all users. Their charging case lid is a little loose and lacks magnets to keep the earbuds in place.

Negative
Marc Henney
1 month ago

Battery Life

EarFun Air

(1/1)

But I can tell you it works really well. Also superior in battery life. They last longer than AirPods do. Finally superior in clarity of hearing what people are saying

Positive
Giselle S
2 years ago

Jabra Elite 65t

(1/2)

The Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite are great consoles when it comes to portability, but keeping either console juiced on the go can prove challenging, especially if you’re using an older Switch model that doesn’t offer the same kind of battery life as the second-gen model or forthcoming OLED edition. That’s where a device like Anker’s PowerCore 13400 Powerbank can prove handy. The compact, Nintendo-licensed battery pack — which is currently on sale at Adorama for $30 — provides nearly enough power to charge the standard Switch twice over and can be used with a range of other USB-C devices.

Positive
Brandon Widder
1 month ago