@bass_pumped I bought these same model a few days ago at Walgreens at $9.99 (clearance so YMMV). No shipping charges as it is in the store. I bought some other stuff and was able to get $5 reward off a $20 purchase.
I’m going to say pass, partially because you can get good entry-level TWS earbuds like these in the $20-30 range (new, on Amazon) and get a known product with actual reviews. $15 for these isn’t going to get you much, and for $5-10 more you’re taking less of a[n admittedly small] gamble.
Also, one thing that I caught was the, “Holds up to 4 complete charges; Up to 12 hours of playtime with charging case” part from the product description. 12 hours total is terrible with multiple recharges from the case, and the best interpretation of the above is that the buds give you only 3 hours of play time with 3 more recharges for another 9 hours, and all of those numbers are terrible. You can get double those values (like 5-6 in the buds and 20-30 total) with the entry-level options I mentioned.
I’m considering this but can’t get wireless ear buds to stay in my ears with all the bending, twisting, quick walking and such that I do at work. Does anyone have a good idea for how to get them to stay i. Your ear? No. Not superglue.
@AuntMean67 I too had a hard time but found by pulling my ear lobe down while maneuvering one in and finding the right spot it would seal and sound great while not moving. I got the Braven ones they sold that have a little rubber tip thing that also helps, I’d recommend those (morningsave still has them I think). Other option would be to get some different silicone or foam tips on amazon (they are universal with most in ear buds)
While more expensive ($80), these JLab Audio Epic Air TWS earbuds have “Cloud Foam” buds that are the same material those noise-cancelling foam earplugs are made of. In that they can be squished and then will try to expand back to their original shape, for a tight fit to your exact ear canal, but fiam, so there isn’t pressure from a stiffer silicone material.
@404Error@mike808 So am I! I have a high “energy” job (I get a real workout most days without going to the gym) and would love to be able to keep the darn things in my ears. We’re not supposed to have earbuds in but since most of the others do, I figure, why not?!