TOZO T10 Bluetooth is a most applied device in the market, which is designed to let users enjoy their music and calls. With this Bluetooth earphone, you can have these essential things at your fingertips when you need them. T10 has been upgraded to become one of the best wireless earphones ever made with TOZO’s own design trademark.
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Both Earbuds IPX8 Waterproof Protection
- Nano-coating efficiently protects the earbuds from the damage of the splash by sweat and raindrops.
Touch Control Sensors
- TOZO T6 Headset can largely minimize the pressure to your ears when you touch.
Upgraded Faster Wireless Charging
- Enjoy fast charging, to fully charge the rechargerable case only 1.5 hours via fast charge.
- The shape of perfectly ﬁts the curve of inner contour of ear.
- With round soft silicone eartips.
1 IPX8 Waterproof 2 Touch Control 3 Wireless Charging 4 Ergonomic Design
True Wireless Stereo Earbuds
Realize You Instant Joy of Music
- Wearing Comfort
- The shape of T10 perfectly ﬁts the curve of inner contour of ear.
- With round soft silicone eartips, it can offer more wearing stability and comfort when in use.
One Step Pairing
- Pick up 2 Earbuds from Charging Box Connect Bluetooth TOZO-T10
The Advanced Bluetooth 5.3 Technology
Support HSP, HFP, A2DP, and AVRCP. Provides in-call stereo sound.
Greatly improve the transmission speed and providing you with a low-latency listening experience.
1.77 Times Drive Area
The 8.0 MM Drive Area is 1.77 Times than the Normal Drive Area.
TOZO acoustic experts foucus on precise acoustic tuning and ﬁnd out the best sound characteristics for human hearing sensitivity.
TOZO T10 provide powerful bass( lowest 16Hz), mellow midrange, and clear treble( up to 20kHz).
TLDR; For the price and comfort, well worth it. Love how it has different sized earbud pieces for comfort and fit. It can fit my husbands large ears and my small ones with a change of the earbud pads. Its very clear and crisp in terms of sound and set up was easy. You can also use one at a time, instead of both, which is nice. Plus water resistant while working out is VERY nice for working out or pool side. Also, there is wireless charging but I often opt for charging with a cable.Honestly, I was afraid to get a wireless bluetooth headphone, given how often I misplaced things, but given my new phone had no AUX plug in, I had no choice but to get one. And there were SO many choices, which can be a little overwhelming especially for someone that had no idea what features to look out or go for. After some research, I’ve come across these to give them a try. With the reviews and the price, I thought this was my best bet. Not just that but it also came with their own warranty. Honestly, I have no regrets. I’ve tried other ones after but I always go back to these.I love how it comes along a small bag with various ear bud pieces for your comfort. I’ve seen others that didn’t have such since they have it as one-size-fit-all and believe me, one size does NOT fit all. My husband is able to change into the larger earbud pads for his ear while he uses it. And when I was able to snatch them back, I was able to change it back to the smaller ones for mine. Well, that is, until my husband took my first pair and I had to order another pair for myself. It wasn’t long before my kids started to take interest and use it for themselves as well, which is nice given I can use one and one of them can use the others and we can both listen to music be it at the house, long car trips, or poolside.The sound, least to me, is very clear and crisp. I don’t have it very loud, often putting it on the lowest setting, and can hear it quite well. Even when not in my ear, on the low setting, you can’t really hear the music until you put it back in your ear again. I hadn’t tested it on the higher volumes but I doubt anyone really needs to unless you’re in a very loud area or just want to rattle your eardrums. Noise cancellation is on par given the ear buds that fit in your ear can block most of the sounds from the outside. I had even used it in meetings and they worked a little too well on not being able to hear anything other than what you have playing through the earbuds. Just note, after so many hours your ear will feel a little damp on the inside due to lack of air circulation. (Think of it like having a bandaid over a cut and it not being able to scab because it locks in the moisture that way) I have also been guilty on wearing a pair at night(I recommend not doing this for safety issues) and thankfully had no issues with them. They were comfortable enough through the night.The battery life is rather good for something so small. For me, it lasts about a whole work day so I can pop one pair while working for 5-8 hours, then pop in the other pair to listen at home while the first one charges. Charging it is amazing as well. Just pop the things back in the case(which clicks in place because of magnets) and it’ll charge on its own, so long as you precharged the case. So, if you’re on the go a lot this is SUPER handy. I read you can charge it wirelessly but I never tested this since I just plug it into a charger myself since anything I put on a wireless charger, near the bed, gets knocked over and off.Its quite resilient on being water resistant. I’m not sure on it being water proof since I never fully submerged it underwater for a set amount of time but with with sweating and being splashed at with water, its still working like new. If they ever do go underwater, I’ll see what happens then but hopefully I don’t get the chance but if you have pets and kids, especially near and around the pool, you never know.Overall, I love these little guys and so does the rest of my family from my 6 year old to my husband. Give them a try if you’re in the market for them.Unfortunately, my (Human)family weren’t the only ones that enjoyed it. Apparently my dog also liked it so much that it ate my right ear piece. I only found this out when I found my right piece missing, thinking the kids took it, only to find it when cleaning after the small dog after he did his business… Although I have the protection plan, through Amazon, it did say I have the manufacturer’s warranty still in place so I am in contact to see if what I can do about this.
I have only owned these earphones for one day (purchased them for $27 on a Lightning Deal), so this “review” is really just my first impressions. I’ll update this review if any issues come up that make me reconsider my feelings on IEMs. I am not a hardcore audiophile, but I do appreciate quality headphones and earphones. I’ll talk first about my intial impression of the build quality, set up and bluetooth performance and sound quality.The build quality on these Tozo T2 is pretty darn good. The case is well made and very solidly assembled. I have no doubt it can handle a good drop from your pocket onto concrete. I also don’t doubt Tozo’s claim that the case has an IPX8 rating (and I usually take those types of claims from chinese manufacturers with huge grains of salt). The micro USB port on the case is covered by a rubber seal and the case shuts firmly and is held in place by three heavy earth magnets. The same type of magnets are also used to hold the earbuds in the case when they are charging. They aren’t going to rattle loose or pop out unless you want them to come out. The earbuds are also really well made. They have a very solid feel and the plastic doesn’t feel cheap at all. Because of these are TWB earphones, they are not the lightest I have used though and, overall, they feel heavier than typical wired bluetooth IEMs. This isn’t really a big deal, since I had no issue using them through my workout at the gym this morning, including HIIT session on the treadmill and an intense weight training session. I also tested the Tozo’s claims of IPX8 water resistance rating by giving them a wash in the sink and using them in the shower. The held up just fine and it was nice to be able to listen to my tunes during a shower!!! This capability makes these earphones perfect for the beach or pool, where you wouldn’t risk more expensive and/or delicate earphones.As for the feature set, I really like the fact that the case for these earphones can be charged using a qi wireless charger. I could have lived with the micro USB, but this just makes the process of charging the case (and earphones) so much easier!! On the other hand, these phones have one button on each bud that controls your phone. Click once and it will pause your music. Click again and the music will restart. Those are only media functions these buttons serve. Other than that, the buttons are used for accepting, rejecting or hanging up on phone calls. It would have been nice if you could use them to change music tracks and control the volume. Other earphones in this price range ($40 list price) have these capabilities, but they don’t have the waterproof rating or the wireless charging capability. So, you have to choose what is more important to you.As for bluetooth connectivity, set up is as easy as everyone claims. Take the IEMs out the case, they go into pairing mode and connect to each other. They show up as available on your phone’s bluetooth menu, and you click on the right earphone–that’s it. The automatically turn on and connect to the phone when the IEMs are removed from the case. This makes them very simple and easy to use. Due to their size (although they are not large by any means), it does take a little longer to get them comfortably situated in your ear than most wired IEMs (bluetooth or otherwise). This is probably true for most TWB IEMs (with a few exceptions). Once situated, they do stay where they are suppose to, although you need to make sure you are using the correct sized earphone tips. The medium sized silicone tips that came pre-installed on the earphones fit me just fine and held the earphones firmly in place. However, I am currently using a pair a medium sized comply foam tips (they did not come with the earphones), since they are comfortable and hold the earphone securely in place (and create a better seal than silicon tips IMO).Before I get into sound quality, this is an element that is very subjective. Although I am not a hardcore audiophile, I care about sound quality and have invested in some well respected headphones and IEMs (Grado S80s, Audio Technica ATH-M50X, Shure SE425, Tin Audio T2, KZ AOS10 etc).. I tend to like a earphones that have a fairly neutral sound, but are capable of generating tight controlled base (which can be brought out using the equalizer on your phone or tablet). These are NOT neutral sounding earphones. In fact, it sounds to me as if Tozo designed these earphones with a fixed EQ setting that overly emphasizes bass (particularly in the lower and mid range). This causes the bass to bleed over into the mids. If you ever listened to a 5.1 surround sound system where the subwoofer’s crossover is set too high and at too high of a volume (creating that booming/overwhelming sound), these earphones have that effect. There is also some sibalence in these earphones–far from the worst I heard, but it is definitely present (especially for female vocals). These are earphones that are tuned for bassheads, but the 8mm drivers used by Tozo don’t have the chops to really deliver clean quality bass. Tozo would have been better off not trying to put a fixed EQ setting in these earphones and left them with a balanced setting, which anyone can tweak to their taste using the EQ on their phone.In short, these are NOT the best sounding earphones I have ever heard. The sound quality is on par with a set of wired Philips Extra Bass headphones that you can buy for $15 at CVS or Rite Aid (which is they type of earphone that most people use). What makes them special is the fact that for $39 ($27 if you got them on a lightening deal), ,these earphones are rugged TWB earphones that are waterproof, come with a waterproof case that also serves as wireless charging base, and is, itself, capable of being charged with a Qi wireless charger. They aren’t going to replace my Shure SE425, but they will compete with my superior sounding Tin Audio T2 (which I have connected via an MMCX Fiio bluetooth cable) for time at the gym and certainly during the summer at the beach and pool. I don’t have much experience with other TWB earphones, but it doesn’t seem like Tozo’s competitors are offering anything significantly better in the sub-$50 range–so this is about as good as it gets for now (I am sure things will be much different in a year or two).
Gregory T Barrett –
Day 2 and the only thing that could make these buds compete with JBl or BEATS AUDIO is a bit more sound quality. They pass the paring and comfortablity test and they don’t drop out of my ears. Battery life is really good just wish had a bit more bass and sound quality but these babies get the job done and are dependable.DAY 3These buds are very dependable and could really compete with the big companies like JBL or BEATZ SONY. What I did not like was the app does not include Tozo 10’s . Would really love to hear better sound quality and enhancement features but I’m enjoying everyday use. Battery life seems to be extremely well. Not much I do not like about these buds so far.DAY4Yeah very happy with the quality ,durability and battery life of these buds. They instantly pair with ALL of my devices easily and the sound quality is pretty good .The only thing I do not like is the app does not function with my model …NOT GOOD!!!! There should be an update to fix this and in the future. If your company intends to compete with all the giants and new comers of ear buds then you need to act fast,A little enhancement to the sound quality would boost these babies all over north america. thx
I hate spending money on earbuds. I’ve used corded forever and yes it’s nice not to have to charge them but they are such a pain to be chained down to your player or phone. I have bought only a couple of cordless. It was nice to be able to get up and do something and not be tied down. But the sound .. to say it was lacking was to say the least. And battery power was an hour and a half with one set. Three hours on another pair a little better sound.Then I bought these. I was completely blown away with the sound. I love my music at one step below max on head sets so they will not destort. I turn these down to preserve my hearing. These things are incredible. I have to completely stop anything I’m listening to to hear my wife. Even a light audio YouTube video.They come with several changeable silicone earbud tips that set on very well. I found after changing tips several times the main installed tips actually worked to give the best sound with incredible bass. The best way I can explain it is cranial. Over the ear headphones have speakers shoving sound to your ears. Most of my earbuds the same but tinyer speakers and little bass. These things make your head a sound chamber. Bass you must hear to believe.I will not buy expensive ear buds or headphones because I can’t afford them and I’m afraid they will break. I bought these taking a big risk of being let down at reasonable price. Turns out they completely blew away my worries I had from previous cordless earbuds. I will be buying another set for my wife as she sets in dyalisis four hours at a time three days a week listening to thirty beeping machines that stir up her PTSD. I didn’t know they had sound canceling. Actually I’m not sure they indicate they do but I’ll tell you with those things on or with any audio I can’t hear any exterior noise at all.I have yet to listen to these so long they they ran out of power. But what is cool if you do you can put them in the case and they start charging right away. You only have to remember to charge the case from time to time. And remember to take the case with you when you go anywhere just in case you need the recharge.I cannot imagine anyone being disappointed with these. Especially at this price.
Johnny Parker Baird –
When I bought my first pair back in 2020 I was skeptical. Was switching from my corded inexpensive headphones I would buy in bulk cause of their limited lifespan to something I was willing to pay a bit more for if they would last and be wireless. I could not understand why people would pay $150+ for apple or other headphones even after trying them so I took a chance on these and could not have been happier over the years. Battery on the earbuds themselves still last. Charging case does need to be recharged more than when I originally bought it, but that is just a reality of batteries that is true for the expensive ones as well and the case still lasts me a day of usage. The only reason I am buying another pair at this point is I want to be able to use a pair while the other pair charge in the case, just incase they do break once I pass the 3 year mark (which I would be completely fine with cause I have gotten the value I paid for from these many times over), and I have had them long enough to know they are excellent quality.I have dropped these things in water at least twice since I have had them and they still work over 2 and a half-ish years later. I have worn them almost constantly draining the battery repeatedly and they still hold a charge at a usable amount that I am happy with. The custom service seems wonderful. I was offered a free wireless charging pad back when I bought my first pair and was simply being lazy about writing the review. Maybe I will try sending it over to them now to snag one.The only thing even resembling a complaint/feedback is you need to have some finesse when you take them out of the case to quickly sync the buds together and to the device you want it to and not one of your other devices sitting around. Maybe making them auto-sync only to the device it synced to last as a default would be smart like some other bluetooth devices do and making the buds a single item on your bluetooth screen rather then separate items cause I can’t think of a reason you would want to connect the two buds to two separate things at once.EDIT: Following up after receiving my new one. The T10 “Upgraded” version is even better than the original. The only complaint/feedback I had just mentioned about the original syncing process being weird is fixed in the “Upgraded” version. It also has more useful touch commands on the earbuds (I did not really use them on the original, but I will now).
While I have never tried a pricier pair of wireless earbuds like those created by Google, Sony, B&O, etc., this pair of ear buds definitely are worth their money.==========Sound qualityThe volume gets loud enough, and sound is fine. I’m not super audiophile, but I do own about 4 pairs of earphones and headphones/earphones, and this pair doesn’t lack in audio quality compared to them.The bass isn’t too punchy, which is actually something I like. Ever since Beats by Dre came out, every ear bud manufacturer has been just pumping the bass too much. This isn’t one of them.I rated the noise cancellation 3 stars because I didn’t buy these to get lost in my own world. I have my Sony headphones for that.==========Phone qualityI was afraid the mics were too removed from my mouth to actually pick up any meaningful sound, but they seem to be fine. Nobody I’ve been on call with said they can’t hear me or something when I’m indoor. However, when I’m outdoors and it’s a bit windy, I had to speak up a bit for the recipient to understand what I’m saying. But overall, I’m satisfied.==========ComfortIt’s comfortable. When I’m not listening to anything, I can have conversation with people no problem. Actually, even with a bit of music on, I can talk to people.==========Battery lifeBattery life is phenomenal. It has these indicators in the case that tells you how much battery the case has, so you don’t ever have to worry about running out of battery.The case can be charged wirelessly, and via USB-C cable, so I never worried about battery life.==========Work outI go on 3.6 mile runs 4 times a week outside. So far, it has stayed in my ear pretty well. Of course it slips a little if you don’t fit it in tightly, but in general when I go for a run, I have to maybe adjust the earbuds once or twice at the most during the run, and it stays in the ear fine. It comes with 3 different sizes of ear tips, so you can use whatever fits you best.When I’m just doing calisthenics, it stays in my ear fine.==========UsabilitySetting up was super easy on my Google Pixel 3. The earbuds come with some battery charged, so I could pair it up immediately out of the box. Once paired, you can use one ear bud at a time, while leaving the other in the case. I suppose this means when on a long road trip, you can switch between the two to conserve battery.When you take out one out of the case and another one later, there’s no syncing issue.I left my phone in one end of my home in a different floor and went to the other end of the lower floor, and it stayed connected to the phone. Even when I was out of range, when I got back in the range, it worked fine.I haven’t really had the chance to use it in a rainy condition, so I can’t attest to that.I love how it has different functionalities built into different taps to the middle of the earbud. You can go to prev/next track, and raise or lower volume by tapping the ear buds. Tapping your earbud in the middle takes a bit of a practice, though, especially while running. You’d think you know exactly where your ear hole is, but it’s actually fairly hard to find it in one tap. But that’s just practice.==========AestheticsI think the design is pretty good on their own, and when I wear them, but then I’m a fairly big guy, with a big head so it’s okay. They look a bit ridiculous on people with smaller head, IMO.==========Down side- When going to next or previous track by tapping the earbuds, I wish it was simply some beeps instead of a female voice saying “forward,” and whatever the other word was.- Speaking of voice, this earbud pair comes with several voice prompts: “forward,” “previous (I think),” “power on,” “your headset is connected,” etc. The problem is, ALL of them are different female voices with different English accents. Some of them are a bit slower than the other, and they’re either British, American, or what I think is Austrailian English.==========OverallI don’t know what the more expensive name brands have to offer, but this pair is just fine for me, especially for $30 or so (I bought it during promotion, so it was in the $20s). I was afraid of getting some defective product, but two month in, it’s doing just fine. I’ll be sure to update when it goes bonkers in another month or so. But so far, so good.
Kendra Brecka –
I’ve only had these for a couple weeks now, but they are working awesome for what I need them for. I just use them to listen to podcasts and have admittedly mostly used them in one ear only while I’m at work. However, they are totally functional in a circumstance where you need just to use one. They are also good for using both of them, as I do use them on my walk home.So, I will also say I’d give them 6/5 stars if I could, because they come with a variety of ear size options…I have ears that for some reason won’t accept normal airpods/other earbuds because they’re too big or just fit too awkwardly in my ear and then they fall out. But these have a small ear option, of a smaller rubber tube you could put on them, to fit better in your ear. So for that, absolutely 5/5.As far as other specs such as noise cancellation, they’re basically run of the mill. If you turn up your music loud enough, it will block out noises from you, but other people can hear your music.As far as battery life goes, it’s good and will get me through my 8 hour shift, and 20 minute walk home. It’s also convenient though that they charge in their case, even if the case isn’t plugged in. If you needed extra charge, the case holds the charge and that’s pretty cool.Get these earbuds, they’re good. At least to me, they’re great so far!
Since posting my original middling review on Amazon, the company’s customer service proactively reached out to me with concerns that the earbuds I received may have been a defective item. I must say that floored me because I had previously stated in my review that I had no intention of returning the earbuds… and I am still within window to return them as I write this updated review.Tozo’s customer service offered to either give me a gift card for the purchase price I paid or to give me an upgraded set of Tozo earbuds. Not really interested in the cash, I took them up on the offer of the upgraded earbuds. I received the Tozo T6 earbuds and could not be happier. A quick note on the differences for folks who may be comparing these two:Tozo T10 – I think the bass is better on this pair and after I purchased a fast charging USB-C cord, I am able to get the charging base to fully charge. The key benefits of this one over the T6 is that you can pair each earbud as if it was a separate blue tooth device AND you can pair each/both to two devices at a time. So I would say the Tozo T10’s are for the guy/gal with multiple devices they use daily and bass lovers.Tozo T6 – In hindsight, this is the pair I should have purchased. The charging case is essentially the same size as an Airpods case, it’s IPX8 waterproof has very good bass. The case is noticeably smaller (in a good way) in your pocket. These earbuds have the same quality that I often describe Apple products with: “it just works.” You won’t pair these earbuds separately and with multiple devices at a time… and I don’t care. I love them.So all in, I love Tozo’s products and especially their customer service. Read up on the differences between the Tozo T10 and T6 and make the best decision for yourself… and know that their customer service folks are responsive and want you to be happy! That’s rare and I’m eternally grateful.===============================ORIGINAL REVIEW:It hard for me to rate this product because I want to love it. Here are my pros, cons, things to consider and final thoughts:PROS:-The bass is legitimately excellent. The speaker drivers are better than any wireless earbuds I have ever used. I am not an audophile nor do I buy $150+ headphones but the sound is legit for hip hop, dance, and other similar music.-the sound is also very good. Not excellent, like the base, but it is very good. No complains here.-Other miscellaneous features that I liked were true to description: water protection, battery life, overall build quality.-Price is extremely affordable compared to other higher end alternatives. I’d rather buy three of these than one pair of Beats headphones.-the earbuds batteries never have run out on me. I run/walk for about two hours each day, so I admittedly have never tried to really drain them. When you read the problems below, this will seem more like a pro point.-these earbuds can pair to two devices at the same time. So I usually have my iPad and iPhone paired up without having to switch between them in the settings.CONS:-bluetooth connection – if you follow the instructions, the separate earbuds pair automatically with each other with no problems. the problem is that I feel like there is a 1-10 minute period where the headphones are “searching” for my phone no matter how close it is to me for a successfully, no drop pairing. The sound can cut out or dip for a minimal period while it is going through this phase, but it’s annoying.-Using two earbuds at the same time – My usual usage case is walking/standing with my earbuds in and my phone in my pocket. If i tilt my head in one direction or another one or both headphones lose the connection momentarily BUT they do automatically pair back up. It usually goes away the longer I have them in my ears but I am afraid to leave my phone on a table and walk any reasonable distance away. i am not confident they will stay paired if I was on the opposite end of the same room with no obstructions.-Turning off the earbuds. I think this annoys me the most… I may be wrong in this desire, but I wish the earbuds would automatically shut off when I put them in the charging case. They DON’T! I have put them in the charging base for hours and then realized that they were on the whole time. Which means that they do have a charge, but they were draining the base unnecessarily while I thought I had it plugged in and was charging the base and the earbuds. I’ve bought a fast charging USB C to micro USB charging cord in hopes that it’ll help. The current safest thing I can do to get them to turn off faster/automatically is to have both my iPad and iPhone “forget the device” so that it times out versus remains on and draining the batteries.-the base takes forever to fully charge. related to the above point, I have NEVER had a fully charged base unit.Things to consider:If you’re still reading this, these are true wireless headphones. I am currently within the return window, but I won’t be returning these earbuds. This is mostly because my expectations are low given the price point. My core headphones are a pair of Apple Airpods Pros. So this pair suffers from me comparing them to a $200+ pair that “simply works.” Some additional thoughts and tips that are neither pros/cons to me:-You can use each earbud as a separate “device.” When you turn on bluetooth you see each earbud listed as a separate bluetooth device. So, follow their recommendation when it says ONLY use the right earbud as your connection via our phone/device. The right will automatically “add in” the left earbud, but the reverse is not true. What this means is that you can pair one earbud to one device and one to another. This sucks when you then want to pair them together again.. so I use the “forget this device” setting after every independent use of the left earbud.In summary, I want to love these earbuds, but the annoying fickle ways that the bluetooth works or momentarily drops whenever I first put them in my ears was something I could have accepted because of my use case. Add in the fact that its an annoying process to get the earbuds to turn off 100% of the time which effectively makes it near impossible to fully charge the base and you understand why I am writing this review. Again, I am not returning them! I love the sound. I almost always use them in exercise use cases or when I know I am going to be acting carelessly or around water/rain or in a situation where I am concerned about potential theft of my Airpod Pros. So as a second bluetooth device, these are excellent. As your primary headphones, I give them a three out of five stars.
Amazon Customer –
Despite the fact that I have several wired “wireless” bluetooth headphones for my devices, I have friends who use Airpods with their iPhones, and it looked rather convenient to have such a small device ready at the moment’s notice while out and about. So I decided to shop around and see what I could find. This is my first foray into a device of this style, you know – completely wireless, but so far I am very pleased with them.My first concern was size. Airpods have that little stick portion that hangs out of the ear, and there are several Android styles similar to that, but I have a few pairs of Skullcandy earbuds that use this model’s offset ear canal design, and I find them far more comfortable than older, straight line earbud designs. The TOZO earbud is a good size, and the weight is very comfortable in the ear. It is not difficult, even with how small they are, to pick them out of the case, or to fit them into the ear when needed. The directions included make it easy to understand how to use them, but if you fit the right size cups, and then insert and twist like you are told, you will have a tough time shaking the buds loose. That said, I still bought the Amazon 3 Yr Warranty, it’s $5, just in case something happens, better than shelling out another $40.OF NOTE: I read several reviews of people who didn’t seem to understand the interchangeable ear cups. The fact is that everybody has different size ear canals, so you have to take the time upfront to try out each size cup in your own ear to find the best fit, then use that pair of cups on your buds. If you, like my wife, don’t like ANYTHING in your ears, then this is NOT the product for you, so don’t buy it and then review it like it should be an over-ear headphone.My second concern was sound quality. I am definitely a techie, and an audiophile, though not to the level of snobby hipster, if I say so myself. The TOZO buds play my Amazon music from my phone (LG G8) with good clarity and nice sound, but I had to play with my phone’s equalizer to shift the tonal quality around, remove some of the highs because it was a bit tinny on the normal phone settings. Once I shifted it around, I found that the Hip Hop EQ gave the best sound, no matter what music style I was listening to (in case you are curious, I tried some rock with Hoobastank and Avenged Sevenfold, some country with Sam Hunt, and then R&B with Tank and Ne-yo, and it sounded excellent across that entire spectrum in Hip Hop EQ). If your device has EQ settings, I absolutely recommend you adjust those to find your musical sweet spot! The only thing that I took one star for in this area is that, even with volume for my buds turned up to 100% on my phone, the buds themselves did not thrash my eardrums, which is probably a good thing, saving my volume for my old age, but sometimes, you need to headbang to death metal and want it LOUD. Considering the size of the buds speaker driver, they are adequately loud, and with it fitted snugly in the ear canal, it does a great job of reducing external noise. Totally plan on using these for when I am riding my mower or working in my wood shop!Next: Bluetooth connectivity. The pairing process is super easy, because the button design is simple. Unlike some of the other buds on Amazon, these are not “touch-style” but have a mechanical “click” button. Fantastic! Nothing worse than something tapping your bud in the middle of your favorite jam and then having to stop whatever you are doing to fix it. Some people noted that TOZO has R or L models, but the reality is that you can use either bud independently. The model choice just assigns the default earbud, because some people have an ear preference. If you want to use either one, then take the time to actually pair both in your bluetooth menu, and then you just have to pick the active one if it doesn’t sync automatically. Handy when the primary bud is dying in the middle of a phone call! Besides all of that, they normally pair quickly without any actions needed on the device, and they will give you little beeps and messages in your ear to let you know that everything is working, so you don’t have to pull your phone out and look to make sure. Nicely done, TOZO!Bonus features: The case is sized nicely, fits in the pocket comfortably, but it is definitely larger than an Airpods case. Not a big deal for me, as a jeans or cargo shorts kind of guy, but I can imagine for a woman wearing yoga pants or skinny jeans, that might be an issue. Case is QI wireless charging capable, which is FREAKING AWESOME. Totally recommend wireless charging like other reviewers have said, incredibly convenient and saves your phone from the infamous “broken usb port” problem. Same thing here, and the “grab and go” functionality this provides for your buds cannot be understated! Holds enough charge to keep your buds going for about 30 hours, longer if you only use one bud at a time like I do at work. I have not tested the waterproof capability, but the buds seem well constructed and tightly sealed, so I believe their claims would probably be well founded. They do state in the instructions that they cannot be used submerged (but aren’t they IPX8? wait for it…), not because of the waterproofing, but because you won’t get signal underwater from the bluetooth device, which makes some sense.So to sum up, TOZO has taken their earlier designs up to a new level with a solid construction, great style and fit, and good sounding speaker to deliver a comfortable earbud that gives an Airpod-like experience for those of us with Android or regular bluetooth devices. 5 Stars overall!
Dandelion S. –
durability and overall quality:so i bought these in 2019, and since then i’ve used these earbuds about every day for hours at a time. it’s been about three years of that now, and it’s only been in the past six months that i’ve experienced issues. after such a long time, the rechargable battery case unfortunately doesn’t work anymore. its still capable of charging the earbuds, but it can’t hold a charge. when i first bought them, total playtime was roughly 6 hours. these days it’s more like 1-2 hours max, and when using just one bud by itself, the playtime is tripled. i want to mention here again that these issues only came about after 2 and a half YEARS of constant use. the durability of these earbuds are very impressive to me, especially considering that both earbuds have gone through the washer and dryer (accidentally), and came out working perfectly fine with no damage whatsoever.sound quality: the deep bass is no joke!! part of why i love using these earbuds over any speaker or other earbuds i own is because of the sound quality, they emphasize the bass parts of the music, and make it possible to enjoy parts of the song that i couldn’t even hear using anything else. and overall sound quality is through the roof in my experience, everything is crisp and clear (even after the abuse i mentioned earlier lmao). and with a video or something, it usually feels like whoever’s speaking is right next to me. also the noise cancelling effect is great, i actually had to stop wearing them both at once for a while because i couldn’t hear what was going on around me at all. all you can hear is the music (great for planes), and if that’s something you’re looking for then these are perfect.comfortability: they’re so comfortable!! genuinely the only pair of wireless earbuds i’ve ever owned where the left earbud wasn’t wildly uncomfortable. they sit in the ear snugly, and there isn’t much danger of them falling out. i use them for jogging and they haven’t slipped out once, though it’s probably still a good habit to readjust them every now and then regardless.basically, i can’t recommend these earbuds enough, they are my absolute favourites and i’m about to order another set to wear out over the next three years 🙂