Experience truly wireless sound, with AIRTIME™. With no wires to hold you back, these wireless earbuds feature a 15-hour battery life, IPX-2 sweat resistance rating, and three EQ settings so you can enjoy your music any way you want. The low-profile charging case stays charged and ready to go, and its quick-charge capabilities charge 50% in just 5 minutes. And the three included pairs of ear tips and ear wings let you enjoy a personalized fit.
The case can charge the earbuds 50% in just 5 minutes, so your music can keep going.
The IPX-2 rating means you can push through your workout with confidence that your earbuds can handle sweat and light rain.
Listen in Comfort:
Choose from three sizes of ear tips so you always have the perfect fit, and three sizes of ergonomic sport wings so your earbuds stay in place when working out
Find the perfect sound for you with three different equalizer settings to choose from Signature, Podcast, and Bass.
Weight: 0.6 lb
Microphone Support: Yes
Volume Control: No
Connection Type: Bluetooth
1x iFrogz True Wireless Stereo Earbuds with Charging Case
@OnionSoup I got a pair in an Irk with the super short battery life feature. I usually lose things that are that small, but thanks to the tiny battery life, I never got far from their charging case.
Thanks to their special extreme LoFi microphone feature, I couldn’t use them to hold a conversation.
I used them a few times before losing them in their charging case.
I recently found the charging case while looking for a cat. She got sick and did not like nightly medicine time, so she tried a variety of hiding places. I looked inside a lot of furniture. She had to suffer through getting stuff squirted down her throat, while she was already not feeling good.
Now that she is feeling much much better, medicine time isn’t a problem. She is down to one medicine and the dose has been cut in half twice. If she scores high enough on her blood test on Friday, no more medicine.
I, too, am slow and skeptical on tech. I bought cheap earbuds last year. I like the features but they were unreliable when connecting. I have since graduated to nicer ones (by MPOW) and I like them a lot; though I now kinda wish I’d gotten Active Noise Cancellation.