TOZO T6 True Wireless Earbuds Bluetooth Headphones Touch Control with Wireless Charging Case IPX8 Waterproof Stereo Earphones in-Ear Built-in Mic Headset Premium Deep Bass for Sport Black Electronics

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[Smart Touch Control] Specific touch control function makes it more convenient, tap once to play/pause music and answer calls, double tap to skip forward/backward, hold to adjust the volume. You can easily control it without operating the phone. [BLUETOOTH 5.3] Adopt the advanced Bluetooth 5.3 technology. TOZO T6 Support HSP, HFP, A2DP, AVRCP, which greatly improve the transmission speed and providing you with a low-latency listening experience. [One step pairing] Pick up 2 headsets from charging case and they will connect each other automatically, then only one step easily enter mobile phone Bluetooth setting to pair the earbuds. [IPX8 waterproof] Earbuds and charging case inner Nano-coating makes it possible to waterproof for 1 meters deep for 30 minutes. It is suitable for sports to prevent water. Ideal for sweating it out at the gym . Earbuds and case even can be washed by water and soap. [Charge on the go] Playtime lasts for over 6 hours from single charge and total 30 hours with charging case. Enjoy fast charging, to fully charge the rechargerable case only 55 minutes via cable or less than 2 hours via wireless charger. Providing convenient charging way with no strings attached.

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TOZO T6 True Wireless Earbuds are a unique product that’s perfect for those who want to listen to music in the comfort of their own home. They are compatible with most devices, including iPhones and iPods, for a seamless experience. They also have a battery life of up to 10 hours and noise-cancelling technology will block out external sounds that could distract you from your work or study.

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Super Light Weight Design Mini Compact, only 4.5g, smaller than coin

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Super Light Weight Design

Super LIght-Weight, Mini Compact, Tiny Body But Powerful Energy.

Mini Compact, only 4.5g, smaller than coin.







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  1. Both Earbuds are IPX8 Waterproof Protection


Both Earbuds are IPX8 Waterproof Protection

  1. IPX8 Waterproof protects the earbuds from the damage of the splash by sweat and raindrops.
  2. Enjoy fast charging, less than 2 hours via wireless charger.

Wireless Charging

Upgraded Faster Wireless Charging

  1. Enjoy fast charging, less than 2 hours via wireless charger.
  2. Note: Wireless charger not included.
  3. Can largely minimize the pressure to your ears when you touch the panel for various functions.

Smart Touch Control

Specific touch control

  1. Can largely minimize the pressure to your ears when you touch the panel for various functions.
  2. The shape of T6 perfectly fits the curve of inner contour of ear. With round soft silicone eartips.

Perfectly fits

Ergonomic Design

  1. The shape of T6 perfectly fits the curve of inner contour of ear. With round soft silicone eartips.

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  1. High Stereo Sound Quality

High Stereo Sound Quality

  1. TOZO acoustic experts foucus on precise acoustic tuning and find out the best sound characteristics for human hearing sensitivity.
  2. TOZO T6 provide powerful bass, mellow midrange, and clear treble.
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  4. With round soft silicone eartips, it can offer more wearing stability and comfort when in use.

Ergonomic Design

  1. The shape of T6 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. Whether you’ re running or jumping.
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The Advanced Bluetooth 5.3 Technology

The Advanced Bluetooth 5.3 Technology

Support HSP, HFP, A2DP, AVRCP. Provides in-call stereo sound.

Greatly improve the transmission speed and providing you with a low-latency listening experience.

Accurate Acoustic Tuning

Accurate Acoustic Tuning

TOZO T6 provide powerful bass( lowest 18Hz), mellow midrange, and clear treble(up to 20kHz).

Reappearing every detail of the music vividly.

Small & Compact Design Super Light-Weight, Easy to carry


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Product Dimensions

0.59 x 0.79 x 0.59 inches

Item Weight

0.16 ounces



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1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)

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4.4 out of 5 stars

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May 9, 2019





10 reviews for TOZO T6 True Wireless Earbuds Bluetooth Headphones Touch Control with Wireless Charging Case IPX8 Waterproof Stereo Earphones in-Ear Built-in Mic Headset Premium Deep Bass for Sport Black Electronics

  1. VBadAndyV

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     I would like to start by saying, I have used headphones ranging from dollar store to a 400$ pair of Klipsch, so I know a thing or two about quality headphones. VERY IMPORTANT: Earbuds will take about 80+ hours of use before they sound their best (burn in period). At first, they will sound very low and staticky at max volume, compared to after 80+ hours. For those first 80 hours, keep the volume set between 75-100% (whatever your general listening volume will be).I always let them play for 80 hours, while I am not using them, before I write a review. Overall listening experience can change THAT DRASTICALLY from the first time you put them in, to after that 80+ hour burn in period. They will sound louder and clearer after this point.Now, TL;DR+ For the price, they sound great!+ Small, lightweight and very comfortable!+ Charges fast (both buds and case)!+ Touch controls are very responsive!+ Noise cancellation is some of the best in its class!+ No annoyingly bright LED lights!+ Ability to use one earbud at a time!+ Excellent range, even through walls, in a house full of wireless!NOTE: Device dependent – Sometimes cuts out until placed in case, unpaired, then re-paired- Removing buds from case is a bit complicated- Case: charge port cover is a pain to remove, and does not get better with time- Case: remaining charge indicator is not very accurate- There is no way to check the charge level of the buds while using a computer- While adjusting earbuds, it is easy to hit the touch controlsTHE DETAILED REVIEWCLARITY: (the ability to provide strings, bass and vocals clearly without distortion). These are considerably better than that of the brands priced around 100$. They do not offer the crisp clarity of my 250$ Sennheiser studio headphones, but at this price I would not expect them to.BASS: Nowhere near as good as something like say, beats earbuds, but they are sufficient (on par with the clarity). Comparing them to the higher priced offerings, they are about equal, if not a bit better. But I have had cheaper wired headphones with better bass. If you’re looking for some ear booming earbuds, these may not be right for you.NOISE CANCELLATION: Even though the max volume on the T6 earbuds are not that loud, the seal they provide blocks out about 95% of your surroundings. I have to deal with blasting TV’s, kids and various other noises throughout the day. Through all of that – playing music, movies and podcasts – I can BARELY hear anything else (and that is when I am trying to listen for outside sounds).This may be a problem for some, who need to hear their surroundings. I suggest using a smaller bud size to help alleviate this, but keep in mind it will also affect overall audio quality. There are 4 sizes of buds; S, M, L, and XL. S fits my 6 year old, all the way up to XL for me (I have huge ear holes! LoL). So make sure to try them all! It is important to find the right size, again, because it affects the overall audio quality and noise cancellation.They are extremely light and VERY comfortable, and compared to others, are far less awkward feeling. So much so, you could sleep with these, as long as you are not on your side. Laying your head down on a pillow with these can causes a tin can effect (sounds like music coming for a tin can) at certain angles. Still, they are comfortable with some pressure put on them. The charging case is exceptionally small, smaller than most of its kind. It is also compatible with wireless charging docks! Charge time, when the buds are completely drained, is about 30 minutes, and the case is about 60 minutes to completely charge. I will say, the charging port cover for the case is a real pain to open!The touch controls are simple and responsive! Touch either the left or right earbud to pause music and video (does not work with VLC media player for some reason). Hold your finger on the PRIMARY earbud to turn volume down, the secondary to turn it up. Double tap the Primary earbud to go to previous track, and double tap the Secondary earbud to advance to the next track. Unfortunately for some (who accidentally pause tracks or video, when adjusting their earbuds), there is no way to turn off the touch controls. As a side note, there are no annoyingly bright LED’s in the earbuds that bug some (like me).Something I found curious is that many reviewers complain about difficulty in removing the earbuds from the charging case. I have found placing my pointer finger inside the back of the case to push in and pry the earbud up, and then pulling it out the rest of the way by pinching my pointer finger and thumb on the earbud and pulling out, works quite well. I have huge fingers, so I can only assume someone with smaller fingers will have less of a problem using this method. I will attach a video showing this.Another issue that a lot of people seem to be having is that they cannot use just one earbud, while the other is in the case, charging. I do not know if the newer ones being sent out are updated? But mine have no problem doing this. The first pairing to a device requires you to have both out, but after that you are good to go. So as of this writing, you DO NOT have to have both earbuds out of the case for them to work properly.Also, I don’t know if it is just my pair, but the life indicator on the case is off. I have charged my headphones 1.5 times and the battery level is down to one, even though I can fully charge them 2 more times at this point. So, if it seems like the case battery is draining faster than it should, test this out before you contact them for replacements.Now, there is a slightly annoying effect that seems to be dependent on the quality of the Bluetooth in the device you connect to. Sound will start skipping or go out for a second and come back. If this happens to you, simply unpair the earbuds from the device (first) and place the earbuds in the case for a moment. Remove them and re-pair, and you should be good.I have noticed that my laptops Bluetooth does this quite often, where as my desktop (with a better BT dongle) does not do this. It also never happens on my iPhone or kindle fire. So, like I’ve said, it varies depending on the device Bluetooth quality (it is not the earbuds themselves). The Bluetooth on the earbuds are quite nice. So nice in fact, that I have gone more than 30 meters (their rated distance) line of sight, and still had a good connection (at 60 meters). However, if you are experiencing this with all of your devices, try turning Bluetooth off on any devices near the earbuds that you are not using (they may be causing interference. Otherwise, you may have a defective unit.In closing, these are the best pair of completely wireless earbuds I have used to date (when taking quality, price and design into consideration). They are impressive, to say the least! I have done so much research and tried so many different brands, that I can say with confidence, that if you’re in the market for this type of earbud? Do not hesitate in buying them!

  2. SteveB

    These headphones have the best sound quality of any wireless, Bluetooth headphones I have found. I will say I’m a bit of a sound quality snob, so this is saying something.The case has a nice form factor that fits nicely in your pocket.You charge the case with a micro usb. And the case charges the headphones.This is becoming commonplace for headphones now.I will say that battery life claims often times are including the battery life of the case itself. The headphones on their own will last at least 3 straight hours. I use them to work out for 2 hrs straight and on drives to my parents, 3.5 hrs away and haven’t had an issue with low battery yet.Microphone quality for making calls is great, so long as there isn’t too much background noise. That said, background noise is almost always problem for any headset mic.I often have these with me everywhere, especially in the car to answer phone calls while driving.Make sure you read the directions on how to adjust volume, repeat / skip tracks, pause, end calls, etc. the headphones are touch sensitive rather than having buttons, so number of and length of tap determines what it does.My main issue is that they can slide out while working out and when you try to readjust with one hand, you often end up pausing the audio.I use soundpeats q30’s for the gym but these for everything else.These are a fraction of the price of high-end headphones with more than comparable audio quality. I own 3 pairs. 1 went through wash. 1 I’m using. 1 still in box for if I need them.Beats and AirPods are too expensive and are not significantly better for how much more they cost.I recommend these headphones to all my friends. Buy with confidence.

  3. Bexyrae

    (Update below)I LOVE these headphones. The sound is crisp, bass is amazing. Further than that I love how convenient these are.Pairing was so easy and I never had to do it again. When I’m ready to listen to music they automatically connect with my phone when they come out of the case! That still blows my mind. The hassle of reconnecting Bluetooth every time I turn on headphones is actually why I eventually stopped using my other pairs. It sounds lazy, but why would I go through the hassle when I could just plug in my wired ones?I love how they automatically charge when I put them in the case. I’ve had no issues with low batteries. When they arrived the case was fully charged but the headphones weren’t. The case seems to hold a charge for a long time… 3 times longer than I would ever be away from a charger. The headphones themselves haven’t reached low batteries, and I listened to them at most almost 2 hours at a time. I’m very impressed with the battery life.The case feels quality and has weight to it. The outside is smooth, and flipping the lid open and closed is very snappy and satisfying.The earbuds stay in the ear and don’t need to be adjusted after long periods of time, even with movement. Be sure try on the other silicone nubs. Find the right fitting ones and you’ll have better sound quality! I found that out. Some of them are difficult to put on but that’s a positive because they won’t be falling off and you won’t lose one.A few small cons when it comes to preferences.The biggest one to me is charging. You can only use a micro USB to charge it. I really really wish it was type-C! Not that big of a deal but it is a con for me.I’m not a big fan of the touch interface. For one, it’s a big more laggy when changing the song. It’s not too bad, unless you need to skip a lot of songs.Another thing is you have to be careful when removing them or putting them in. Holding your finger down on the flat surface will raise or lower the volume depending on which earbud it is. Which means you can accidentally raise the volume to max and blast your ears. I’ve done that once. Been much more careful when handling them since then. I really don’t use the touch function other than touching to pause and play occasionally. I wish there was a way to turn the touching function off through the settings in my phone that would be nice.Last con, I wish there was clear color coding or something distinguishable to tell which one is left and right. There is a tiny, gray little L & R on each bud, but they are on the inner side and very hard to see unless it’s bright out. The logo “TOZO” is in bright bold letters right above the L & R. That’s very visible. I try to keep the left one on the left when I put them into the case, but it’s usually dark when I listen to music so I don’t always get it right. Each earbud fits on either side of the case so they can be very easily mixed up.I’m prolly going to put a dot of nail polish on one of the buds so I can tell which is which.All in all pretty small cons when you consider all the positives. The sound quality exceeded my expectations. I put these to the test with my favorite dubstep playlist and wow ? I didn’t know my old headphones were so lacking. Whole new experience. I didn’t expect so much for the price.Very happy I chose these! ?You should try them! If they aren’t what you wanted you can always send them back.**UPDATE**So I would like to talk about the touch interface a little more… I’ve been noticing things with time that have become a bit annoying. Annoying enough to remove a star from my review 🙁 First, the lag is pretty bad at times. Most of the time it’s not that bad. But sometimes it’s taken over a second to respond. Long enough that you try to press it again, which ends up doing something different than intended. It’s possible that it’s more of my phone’s problem than the buds though so keep that in mind.Also I’ve been using the touch interface more often to skip songs. (tap twice) About half of the time it doesn’t pick up the first or second tap. Instead, it pauses (tap once) and I end up waiting like an idiot, thinking the next song will start playing… It gets old. So I’ve stopped using touch to skip songs unless my phone is out of reach.Last thing, if you ever share one of your buds with someone else they will either skip, pause, and blast or mute the volume… It has happened with mine 100% of the time. It’s difficult to put the bud in your ear without pressing something! My friend wanted to listen to my song so I gave him one bud and he skipped tracks a few times. Tried again and it muted the volume. I tried explaining what was happening but he didn’t understand which part was the “button” so to speak. It created a mildly awkward situation lolHope this was helpful

  4. Rea

    I got them today, so my experience with these earbuds is pretty limited. I’ve also never had wireless earbuds before – until now, I was using the cheap, wired headphones that came with my iphone. I got really frustrated with the cord always catching on my hands when I was walking, and now that I’m sewing frequently (covid fabric face masks) I had a really hard time tolerating cheap headphones for hours at a time, and I couldn’t play movies or videos loud enough to hear over the sewing machine, especially at night. It also meant I had to take the headphones out if I needed to move to grab things, because the cord isn’t long enough to go around my sewing machine from my laptop and have pretty much any range of motion.The box these come in is surprisingly nice! It’s a sliding box, so it’s easy to open. I think I’m going to keep storing them in that box when I’m not using them for a while, so they’re easier to find and protected. And the case itself is really nice, it’s sturdy and doesn’t feel cheap. I like that it’s magnetized, so the earbuds easily click into place. It’s a little hard to remove the first earbud, but the second comes out easier due to having a little extra space to get your fingers in the case.The earbuds themselves are nice. I’ve had some trouble with the touch controls (especially when I was trying to pick the right size for them, I had one in my ear and I was messing with the other one, and it kept pausing and playing lol) but I think that’ll improve with a little practice. It’s so nice to not have to worry about a cord!The sound seems good, but I think most would after using the ones that came with my phone since 2018.. I am hearing things I never heard in some songs before, which is really cool! Also, my volume is set as low as possible and it’s still decently loud. I’m probably on the other side of the spectrum where I might prefer to be able to have it a little quieter (when I’m just sitting at my desk, without a sewing machine going)The noise cancellation seems decent (but it’s not even a factor in why I purchased these), I’m wearing them now (still at lowest volume) and I can’t really hear my keys clicking on my laptop as I type this. It definitely depends on the music you’re listening to though. I tried classical music and I can hear the click of the keys, though it’s still quieter than normal.Pausing the music, I can hear the clicks more, but it’s still quieter than it would be without them in. I can hear a tiny bit of static with the music paused, but I can also hear electricity in outlets so that might just be me.It takes a little bit of twisting/wiggling to get the earbuds to settle correctly, but they feel pretty secure once they’re in. I like that it comes with multiple sizes, 5 in the box and one already on the earbuds. I tried several, and I’m pretty sure I’m back with the size that was already on them (possibly the size smaller). I haven’t gone running with them yet, so I’m not yet sure just how secure they are, but they don’t feel like they’ll fall out easily compared to my cheap headphones, and they’re a little annoying because obviously I can feel them in my ears, but they definitely don’t hurt to wear.I’m using a wireless charger right now. It didn’t say what the light indicators on the case mean (in the manual), but it seems like the four white dots will all be solid when it’s fully charged? Right now I have two solid, and one blinking. I’m a little concerned as the case is getting a bit hot from the wireless charger, but I’ve never used a wireless charger so maybe that’s not abnormal.I’m very excited to be able to take walks in the rain! I absolutely love the rain, but with my old headphones, I was cautious with water because I don’t think they’re waterproof… It’s really nice that the case is also waterproof, so I don’t have to worry about damaging it if I bring it with me in the rain.I registered for the warranty, which says it’s 18 months on the sticker that came in the box. I think I saw somewhere else that it was a 12 month warranty, so I’m hoping it’s actually the 18 months it says in the box.I will say, the little robot voice that plays with these is so strange. I don’t know if that’s with all bluetooth headphones or just these, so I won’t say it’s a flaw in this product, but it does say things like ‘headset is connected’ and ‘forward’ when you skip a track.Something just happened – my cat came up to me and nuzzled my ear and paused my music with her nose! So these are definitely not cat-proof.I can’t yet comment on battery life or how secure they really are during exercise yet, but I’ll try to come back after I’ve had them for a few days/weeks.I’ll update if anythng happens or changes, but right now everything seems good!!7.22.20 updateYou can use each individually, absolutely no problems! You don’t have to worry about pairing each one. I took one out of the case and it immediately paired with my phone. Then, I took the other one and it also paired, and I put the first one back in the case to charge. Totally seamless and so easy to do! Helps me a ton for when I want to just use one, when I need to hear things around me but still want to listen to music/audiobooks. The only weird thing is when you grab the second one (like if you wanted to use both) it says primary or secondary in each one, which is annoying. I still don’t appreciate that these talk to me (except saying on/off, but even that isn’t necessary to me). But it’s quick, so I guess it’s not a big deal. If I’m listening to an audiobook or something, it’s probably best to pause it for a few seconds though so you don’t miss something.

  5. Rick

    When receiving any product, I am instantly drawn to the build quality. If it seems cheap or flimsy, I already know how the product will endure over time. Sometimes it is expected, I know when I try to save a buck it can not have a positive outcome. In the case of these earbuds, I opted for them after looking at the Bose buds, after reading reviews where the connection between the left and right buds would drop out all of the time I couldn’t bring myself to spend over three times as much as this pair. So I opted for a cheaper solution to give it a go, as I don’t even know if I will like wearing them all of the time. So needless to say, I was expecting a cheap build quality…That is not the case with these buds. As soon as I removed the charger I could feel the weight. Opening the top to expose where the buds are placed had such a quality feel you would think you were buying a much more expensive pair. The ear buds themselves seem to be built with the same care and quality, and dropping them into the charger you could hear a satisfying snap as they pulled in with the magnets to hold them securely. They instantly lit up red indicating charging so I was already feeling pretty good about this purchase.I always charge anything I receive fully before using it, so I went to plug in the charger. It was a little difficult to get the charging cable out of the packaging, but once I did I was a bit disappointed in the length of the cable. So many products are coming with super short cables these days. Luckily I have a surplus sitting around of longer cables so they can reach my outlet chargers without having to dangle from the outlet itself. At this point this was my only disappointment. Nothing major, no stars to deduct, but it would be nice if they started including longer cables, they aren’t that expensive.For those of you who may have trouble, the charging port is protected by a waterproof cover on the bottom (opposite lid) of the charter.I was very happy to see the lights of the charge indicator light up. There are four little white lights that indicate the status of charging. I was also very happy to see that it quickly jumped from 1 light to two, shortly after to three. This tells me the charger was not fully discharged which is very important – you never want a battery of any kind fully discharged. A big problem with places like Amazon is products may sit on the warehouse shelves for quite some time. Over time batteries discharge, and when you receive a product with a fully discharged battery, that battery will not last nearly as long as it should. I have received several power tool batteries like this which is a major disappointment, but happily these still had a charge. That either means that there are very good batteries in the charger that maintain their charge, or it could be that the product was new and recently given to Amazon. Unfortunately I do not know which, but the fact that it had a charge is a good sign.The next step was to remove the ear buds from the charger. This is something I had some difficulty with. My hands are on the larger side and a bit clunky. I managed to get the ear buds out, but the ease wasn’t quite how I would like. On an overall scale, I think this is only worth a .5 star deduction. I can still get them out, just some sort of perhaps rubber coating on the side to allow my fingers to cling to the bud would help.I fitted the buds as they were without replacing with one of the other five size options they provide. They fit snug and comfortable.The next step was pairing – this was easy. I opened my phone, when to bluetooth, add new device. It found the T6’s and paired quickly and easily.Now for the big test – sound quality is very important to me. It is important to note that any bluetooth connected device will lose some quality. If you plug directly via cable into a car vs connected to bluetooth you can hear the difference if you have a tuned ear. It is also important to have a good overall sound range. Bass, Treble, Mid range, it is all important to have. These ear buds impressed me. I would like a little more bass for certain songs than these ear buds provide, but for most of the music I listen to they are perfect. All the tonal ranges blend perfectly. The stereo quality is perfect too. These are true stereo, so music that is to just come out of one ear does the way it should. The clarity is superb.Distance is great. I walked thirty feet away from my phone and not a hiccup, no loss to quality. I didn’t walk further as I won’t leave my phone at a greater distance so this is great.The touch controls work great, though I did not test phone calls yet and will hopefully get a chance to update my review once I have a chance to thoroughly test that, but I did get these primarily for phone calling.After listening for a little while I noticed my ears getting sore so opted to size down on the fitment pieces. The next size down fit wonderfully and was even more comfortable. Removing the fitment piece is easy with a twist. Putting the new one on was a bit difficult, but I managed to wiggle it into place. Time will tell how long the ear pieces hold up, but they seem to be made pretty well.Exterior sound is pretty obscure if not impossible to hear while music is playing, but if you pause it is like wearing those disposable expand to fit ear plugs.Overall I am very satisfied with this purchase. The price is amazing for what you get, and assuming everything keeps working as it should and lasts it will be worth every penny. So glad I didn’t get the Bose buds.If I have time I will update in the future on how battery life is. Remember, there are two aspects to battery life. How long it lasts out of the box, and how long it lasts after a few months, a year, etc.So far very impressed. Great product guys!

  6. Hunter

    Skip down ~2 paragraphs to get to the review. The first two paragraphs are information about how I conduct my torture tests to determine quality. To ensure fairness and that it isn’t the equipment I’m connected to I’m comparing these to the first pair I received to the second as well as a couple of other earbuds and my Sennheiser headphones. I do not expect these to sound as fabulous as my $130 headphones and neither should you.I’ll start this review by providing information. This is an updated review after having written my original review. I was contacted after my initial review by the company stating that I may have received a defective model and was offered a replacement model at no cost. I have received them and have gone through several rounds of headphone torture tests. While I do not have the equipment to conduct serious tortures nor access to such equipment, namely graphing features and an oscilloscope in order to find out exactly what wave shapes are being produced, I’d like to think that my tests are at least semi valid.I’m conducting my torture with straight rips from CD as well as streaming services. I also use tests to determine everything that I can’t with just straight listening to music. I use both live and studio versions where available. Here are the songs that I have tortured with. I’ll include notes as well. Keep in mind that I am cross dominant (left handed, left eye, right ear, right foot) so sounds tend to be a little different for me and sounds that I hear that are supposed to be directly in the middle of my head tend to sound stronger on the right channel.REVIEW!!!!!!Outside of quality, which actually did improve with this set,The bass on these earphones is great. The ability to switch at low frequencies and to be able to determine the moment of the switch is well done. Here’s where I get an issue with the bass. On higher quality headphones, you should never hear a whine (unless they’ve been poorly built, just beat to death, or used for quite some time completely unlike what I do here). These headphones produce a buzz when you use the audiocheck “Quality test” which is designed to beat your drivers enough that they shake quite a lot. I don’t fault the makers of these for the buzzing because they are bluetooth earbuds, but I still shouldn’t hear the whining of the drivers begging me to stop the bass test.The mids still aren’t top notch even with the replacement set, but they are certainly better than the previous pair.The highs are fairly well defined, but can muddle at the very top of the range that humans can hear (I have excellent hearing and it’s been determined that I can hear up to 18,000 hz down to 22 hz). When sounds reach that level, that’s pretty rough on headphones and these do pretty well. Do not discount these headphones because of the fact that they muddle at the very top of the human hearing range or right at the bottom, that’s tough to deal with.Overall the replacement pair is far better than the defective model that I originally received. Excellent quality for the price point. They still do not compare to some of the higher quality headsets that I own, but for earbuds they are top notch.—————————————————————————————————————————————This section is all about what I use to test headphones.Before I start the list here is my grading scale for bassFail = Poor quality, extreme difficulty switching between frequencies.Fail+ = Poor quality or difficulty switching between frequencies with the other being good or greatPass = Great quality at single tone, difficulty with switching between frequencies. IF single tone, great quality.Pass+ = Great quality, great switching between higher and lower pitch bass soundsBass quality determinationPaper Trails – Darkside (Pass)Magma – Yello (Pass+)Pure 30 hz Sine Wave – Binaural Beats Isochronic Tones Lab (should shake loose any earwax buildup. Pass)It’s a Long Way to the Top – AC/DC (Pass+ They are fully capable of handling the droning bagpipe with the bass guitar. Absolutely passes with this).Falling – Olive (Pass+ The song is awful, but the bass at the beginning does not disappear like it would on low quality headsets)In this section I’m going on how much trouble I have picking out separate instruments. I should be able to pick out the majority of instruments. If I have trouble then it is a fail. If not, pass.Instrument clarity across all levels (this is unfortunately full of “Your call is very important” hold music)Giant steps – John Coltrane (Pass)Milestones – Miles Davis (Pass)Stella By Starlight – Miles Davis (Pass)Rotation – Herb Alpert (Pass)Flight of the Cosmic Hippo – Bela Fleck and the Flecktones (Pass)King of Swing (live and studio version) – Big Bad Voodoo Daddy (Pass)If there’s muddled sounds and it sounds like things blend together too much then it’s a fail. I’m not trying to pick out first and second chair on an instrument but I should be able to pick out separate instruments.Mid range test (Clarity is extremely important here).King of Swing (live and studio version) – Big Bad Voodoo Daddy (This is a pass, but it’s not an orchestra. 7 piece band though)The Imitation Game – London Symphony Orchestra (Mostly passes. Some trouble picking out strings.)Violin Concerto No. 5 in A Major….. – London Philharmonic Orchestra (LPO) (Pass)Flute Concerto No. 2 in D Major – LPO (Pass)I used a single album for determining whether or not things sound like they are too close together and boxed in. I used Pink Floyd’s Pompeii concert. This single bit has determined both through the remix and the original (which you can stream or if you’re electronically inclined can probably hook up a bluetooth module to a TV with a built in VHS player) that the ability to not sound boxed in is a Pass+. Excellent job on managing to do this at this price point, this isn’t something that is exactly easy to do especially over bluetooth or again at this price.

  7. Xmetal

    August 30, 2022 – things are still great and I just want to say despite getting other earbuds that do sound good such as the Soundpeats TrueAir 2’s (semi in-ear buds) and two different pair of Lavabean earbuds that while bulky (they both have GREAT battery life, hence why they are big … for the battery) that have a GREAT sound stage, but not as much “umph” to the overall sound as these T6’s (I love both … the Lavabeans and these T6’s .. dont get me wrong) with the same V-shaped EQ I always apply … overall these maybe my favorites … Sure I have a pair of higher end Earfun buds that sound great, but there is something about the overall package (sound quality, battery, price … esp on lightning deals that are far cheaper then those Earfuns) that I love about the T6’s … i go back and forth listening to different buds and when coming back to these T6’s I am blown away by the sound … there is even a good thump to the bass WHEN APPROPRIATE but it’s clean and not “over the top” to my ears.I’d love to try (I DO have two pairs of TOZO NC2s which i love too) other TOZO models but i’d be questioning “should i just get a backup pair of T6s?” when considering the others.Do I even have to say that I still totally recommend these at this point?May 2, 2022 Update: things are still great … no issues that, cleaning smunges and dirt/dust off the pin/where the pins connect, doesn’t fix.I have been using my new Jlab Go Air Pop nightly instead of these and OVERALL I think the default tips make those feel better then the T6’s … doing an “A-vs-B’ comparision wondering if the T6’s really do sound better than the Go Air Pops … YEAH… .The NC2’s sound better than the T6’s but the T6’s definitly have a more “rich” sound than the Jlab Go Air Pop’s (Jlab SIgnature EQ) I bought this past month. I already bought a pair of the T6’s when they hit a super low ($4 lower than normal) lightning sale for a gift for someoneApril 1 2022 Update: after seeing the T6’s $2.50 or so cheaper than the TYPICAL lightning deal, and in no time at all “80% claimed” i bought a second pair (still not sure if a gift for someone or a backup pair for myself) but despite liking the NC2’s i STILL like the T6’s as well … I’d be interested in trying some of TOZO’s other offerings.My only issue (and i admit i am waiting to hear back from TOZO support as i type this) is the warranty and how to register … i feel “Process a Warranty” on the site is trying to USE it not simply registering it. I am a techie guy and i have registered warranties for products such as Tribits … TOZO could just make it a little more clear on this front.Also something i found by accident … and it makes sense that it’s work in a way … I usually use these when sleeping (they are good for sleeping though noting whatever side of my head faces the pillow DOESN’T have an earbud in it) … I had’d been swapping them when i wake up and roll over … however just using the same one in the OTHER ear works fine too.One thing I also noticed (not sure if it’s the shape of my ears) is that the right earbud sometimes sound muffled if i use anything other than the shallow tips provided (they are more comfortable but you do lose a bit of base) … the solution is to “pinch” the right earbud to not trigger the touchpad and just pull out “a hair” .. just bairly and that clears that up .. .it doesn’t happen with default NC2 tips … just specifically the T6’s and only in my right ear with non-shallow tips when i first put them in———————————————Another update: The only issue i have is for a gift for someone i am trying to decide if these or say a pair of TOZO’s NC2’s would be better for them. (BOTH GREAT OPTIONS) … I have still used these mainly for my side-sleep, and only using which bud/ear is not facing the pillow to help me sleep and these have great passive NC and they are comfortable for this use too. Heck … I am not (I already picked up a second pair of the NC2’s i was so impressed, to have for myself) against picking up another pair of the T6’s (though i’d like to try some of the other models too) to have a “backup” pair of these too.I do admit sometimes just to get the perfect fit i swap eartips (nothing that causes me pain with one pair or the other, just trying to dial things in) from time to time … but I am HIGHLY impressed with these. I do admit on Amazon and elsewhere on the internet I think I have seen the NC2s and the T6’s getting the “highest reviews’ vs some of the other TOZO models.Update: using these regularly, including some times sleeping (where they are on for hours, just swapped in single use mode when i wake up and roll over) and to be honest …. I have only charged them twice and the last time I did, I couldn’t even remember how long it was since the first time i charge them was. it had to be almost 2 weeks and possibly a few hours (and topped off as I swap them using them for sleep music)I still think the NC2’s sound better (maybe my favorite buds or tied with the Earfun Free Pro 2’s) .. but that is just how good the NC2’s sound …. these T6’s still sound GREAT to me and … I’d not be against picking up a backup pair of these in case the price goes up, just like I got a backup pair of NC2’s … I am IMPRESSED by TOZO … I JUST HOPE These buds last (not saying they are haviing issues …to be clear)I am totally happy with my purchase—————————These Tozo T6’s are ones I picked up after seeing how highly they were rated. I have to admit I am not sure what I expected … I mean some “OMG they are the best” reviews on any products sort of make me think they are over-exaggerating, but having said that, these really have impressed me.I am new to BT earbuds but so far I have a number of pairs of buds, includingBluetooth Earbuds I have are TOZO NC2’s, Earfun’s Free Pro 2’s and the Earfun Free Mini’s, Fiil’s T1XS with app support, and Edifier’s TWS1 Pros.It’s going to be too hard right now to compare the sound but I can roughly do it … the fact that I haven’t played with the TWS1 Pro’s a lot (I do love them, for the record) and say the Fiil’s I can judge the sound on, but they have an app with custom EQ settings. I also have to note I do not have any of these for calls … I just cant judge them on that front … listening to music, and watching videos (Youtube, TV shows and movies) on various devices is my main use case.——————————————-Thing to remember:Remember the sound and comfort part is based on a number of things and getting the right ear tip for you, is key … too small and they (ANY earbud) may feel like they fall out easy and in some cases the base of an earbud isn’t as strong “as it should be “ .. too big and not only will you have discomfort, but in my experience the base may seem to be “too much”. The sound insulation (aka passive noise canceling) is really dependent on you getting a good seal in your ear and that means the proper tips … some of this IS trial and error to see which ones are the best for you/——————————————————–Presentation/Unboxing – The presentation and unboxing is not something that blows me away in most cases … if it’s one of those “small brown box with not a lot of printing on it” type boxes .. that’s cool with me. Having said that … I am IMPRESSED. The unboxing of these (AND the NC2s for that matter) shows that “the company cares” … I expected a “meh” experience at worst … but there is something about the unboxing and how everything is together that makes me feel “oh … they went above and beyond here… nice”.——————————————–Sound – This may not be the TOP priority (I mean if they don’t feel good, it doesn’t matter how they sound) but it’s UP THERE for me, near #1. I expected a reasonably good sound but nothing “over the top”. My expectations were more of what I have heard from the Earfun Free Mini’s … good enough and great at times… but just missing a richness (the best way I can describe it). While I have heard better, these T6’s sound a lot better than that description.Before I go further about the sound I totally admit no matter the wired/wireless earbud/headphone I use , I usually have an EQ on … a mix between a U and a V type setting … Bass raised and Treble raised a bit but not a “sharp V” shaped EQ profile … just have to be clear on this.The sound on these may not please a true audiophile but I AM IMPRESSED. Everything lows, mids and highs, are “right where they need to be” and even the punchy base in some rap tracks is clean sounding … the base in my testing does NOT bleed into the mids, making the things sound “muddy” as some people may have seen it described. These have a punchy base at times but it’s not over the top by any means and that is how I like it.Another thing is that things do not sound as wide as some other headphones/earbuds I have heard but still things are not “crammed together” … things in my tests of Jazz, Classic, Rock (typically hard rock, but regular rock too) and Rap … there is room for everything to “breath” sound wise, if that makes sense. I HATE TO over-blow how great the sound is … I mean there are better more expensive options, but these T6 sound a lot better than I was expecting. I have only one other TOZO (though I’d love to try more) product in the NC2’s and I can see why so many LOVE the T6’s. I am not trying to say these are the most “wide” sounding when it comes to sound-stage but they are by no means the most “narrow” either. I like them the way they are.—————————Comparison/Comments about two TOZO products – These T6’s vs The NC2’s -Before I go further since I just mentioned the TOZO NC2’s … THEY ARE an improvement to the T6s .. I love the T6’s do not get me wrong but the sound is just that much crisper and cleaner .. the base IS better on the NC2’s vs the T6’s and … I have “no issue” with the T6 sound. It’s what I love about the T6 … made better, sound wise.If you like this form factor better over the NC2’s stem style design … may be the NC9s or NC7s would be right for you.—————————————————————————–PASSIVE Noise Canceling – I have to say I am IMPRESSED with the passive NC these provide with the “right earbud tips”. I mean I do have to say the NC2’s ACTIVE NC is great and I love it but, these provide far more NC passively than I was expecting .. I ALSO know what ANC in this price range is… I do not expect ANC to “cancel everything out” … even when it say comes to higher end Sony Earbuds.The Tozo T6’s provide GREAT passive noise cancellation with no audio on, however once there is say music playing … things are just drowned out. I have a black Honeywell fan near me, that is on most of the time and when I have the T6’s in and the fan on …. when music is on, I BARELY hear the fan at all. The NC2’s ANC cancels out noise like that VERY WELL, do not get me wrong, but I am just shocked how well the T6’s work blocking noise out when they do not even have ANC.——————————————————————————-Comfort – OF COURSE this is all based on getting the right eartip as I have said before, but after some trials of different sized tips to at least see what the smaller or bigger ones are like …. I have what I like dialed on. I do admit it may be a bit of an issue for some to swap tips (my advise … flip the part of the tip that would be touching your ear around, so you can see the part that goes on the earbud and pull … same thing with putting the new ear tips on… so you can see what you are doing) but once you get the hang of it, it’s easy and … it DOES matter overall …. if the tips are too big they may hurt your ears so it doesn’t matter if they sound good, you will not like your earbuds then.These are also earbuds that I have tried when going to sleep and I have NOT had any discomfort with them. I do “side-sleep” and they are no issue, though I admit in that case I use them one at a time with whatever side of my head faces down, NOT having an earbud in… I wake up and before I turn over I swap the buds… I just know my head on the pillow will trigger the touch controls and doing this method of swapping buds, I have done before with WIRED earbuds … no problem for me.—————————————————————————-Build Quality – I am not going to go overboard and say how TOZO uses premium quality products here, but at the same time note how the build quality is another place where TOZO REALLY impresses me .. with the T6’s they (the buds AND the case) do NOT feel cheap or like corners were cut. I am not saying the case feels “heavy” or anything but there is just a feeling that things are well made … this may be my favorite case among the group of earbuds I mention having. Not saying it’s the smallest but the hinge does not flop shut on it’s own like some others do.—————————————————————————-Controls – These seem decent and I have not had issues when I use them, though I have to be transparent .. I have these paired with an Android TV box, my Firestick 2nd Gen and my laptop. Even when I use them, I am not always using the touch controls.———————————————–Battery Life – I cant say I have had this long enough to really test this vs what is advertised but I am happy with the performance I have experience————————————Con – This is so picky and I don’t care to be honest but there is a voice that tells you they are connected for example .. the issue is when you put the second bud in, there will be say a “connected” over what you are listening to … I have HEARD that is annoying when on a phone call and say swapping buds.. that “connected” from the earbuds over what the other person is saying … I HESITATE to even mention this as a con. BARELY a slight annoyance to me though I admit I do not use these for phone calls… It’s just something I’d like to mentionAnother thing that is picky … the earbuds when taken out of the case have to be flipped around before putting them in your ear … this seems so silly of a thing to mention but the earbud part that has the eartip faces inside of the case and the part that sticks out of your ear is on the outside … that’s all well and good but it does takes muscle memory to always remember to flip them around when taking them out of the case.———————————SummaryI am sure I am forgetting comments I wanted to make but, I DO RECOMMEND the Tozo T6’s, without hesitation .. only having one other TOZO product the NC2’s … I do admit they have the sound I love about the T6’s I love and have improved it. I would not hesitate to recommend either T6s or NC2’s (what many consider the two best TOZO models) to people

  8. hnstrvwr

    I spent a lot of time trying other wireless earbuds. I bought this, returned it, then bought again.I haven’t tried true high end ones – the most expensive being the Jabra 75 something. My old Samsung wired buds worked great for years and still do, but I wanted something I could use at work and travel without having to carry so many things.Before I blab on, I’ll give a quick overall summary. The best feature is that these work independently. You can use one, and when it is dying, switch it to the other one. The drained one can recharge quickly and be used in under an hour. I haven’t paid attention to how long it takes to charge because I never need the other one urgently. Case has wireless charging uncommon at this price. I love this set. Depending on your phone and audio setup you may or may not like the touch features – I would prefer a button. From time to time when I just touch the bud, it will turn on an audio app or advance a video on Netflix. Small annoyance.These were the first ones I bought. For years, I used Plantronics M180 and M165 bluetooth headsets because of work and travel. That mostly had good call quality, but I hated that people around me could hear music and calls. I also never got the right fit in my ear for something I have to wear for hours at a time. I also noticed one of my ears getting irritated from the Plantronics headsets. I still have them and keep one at home and at the office for very important calls. Once in awhile, someone has trouble hearing me on the Tozo T6, so I switch to that for legal calls and top client calls or if someone complains about hearing me (maybe 1 in 50 complain).I had an older phone when I bought these and was frustrated that every time I touched one of the buds that it would start my default music player (on my Android phone). So I returned them for the Tozo T10 that had buttons. Problem with the T10 was that it didn’t work independently. Then I spent time trying a bunch of other items – Jabra and other random Asian named ones. After doing all this, even $100+ didn’t have the independent operation.After all the research and talking with people who the Galaxy Buds, Bose, and Airpods, I settled on these. Those brands have great sound quality, but their call quality for business level isn’t great according to multiple users and reviews. So with the chance of losing them, I would rather have something for $30-$40. I have bought these for gifts, and I even have a new set on standby for backup. Because the audio quality for music is close enough to the other main brands, I decided these would serve my purpose. Really only if you are a true audiophile should you consider anything higher end than these.Back to usage with a phone. Now that I have a recent, new phone, I haven’t had the problem with the T6 turning on music. I still had this issue over the past year on my old andriod until I upgraded my phone a few weeks ago. That annoyance was worth the quality for the earbuds otherwise. They do have an app you can download for customization. I don’t know if that would fix that or not. The terms and conditions plus who the actual manufacturer of these made me choose not to use the app. I have a lot of business and personal stuff on my phone – this is my choice. Each bud will give a few warning and shutdown when at 20%. So when I see 50-60%, I know that it will die within 2 hours of using it for calls/music/audio. Usually, I can make it through an 8 hour work day off an on with calls. If I am using it constantly, I have seen one bud die in 5-6 hours. Lastly, there are times when these disconnect from the phone. Sometimes this is at a bad time. It happens more using non phone call apps. Out of 1000 calls, I think it happened just a few times. It probably happens once a week with a video game, video, music, etc.Fit in the ear has been great – no discomfort or irritation. They seal pretty well and sometimes I have to remove one that’s in my ear to have a conversation if they are on the that side of me.Finally, service was great. About 10 months after I got these, one of the buds stopped charging. The good thing is because they are independent, I could survive on one bud for a week. It seemed like as it was dying, I could charge it for 15-30 minutes and it would be close to full if not fully charged. I contacted the manufacturer for warranty replacement. They asked me to give a review prior to sending a replacement and I refused. They still sent me a replacement without requiring I send anything back. I promised I would write a review after receipt. I’m a few months late.Overall, I would rate these 4.5 for the few issues I had with automatic music starting when I touched it, for good (not great) call quality, and disconnecting randomly. With their service and after comparing to numerous budget and higher end headphones, these really are the best. I even tried another $75 set one a year later while waiting for the replacements, and ended up returning those. After 16 months with these, I would keep using them and would try a new generation if they released them.

  9. Rinder

    Super impressed with these earbuds. This is my 5th set, 2 previous being Skull Candy.. usually a brand I trusted for quality. 1st set was good, over time end up losing one earbud.. then both. That’s why I’m on my 5th set and decided to try a lower priced set lol. My 2nd set of Skull Candy’s and my very last set, I got on sale at Costco for $69.99 were very disappointing.. terrible range.. like if I had my right earbud in and my phone in my left pocket it would intermittently cut out. Then I of course, I lost one.. and was very disappointed to find out the one I had left wouldn’t work without the other! Ridiculous. With these bad boys, I can leave my phone in my room and go in the kitchen with no problem. Awesome battery life! I usually only use one earbud at a time, then when that one gets low, I swap out. Surprisingly, one earbud fully charged lasts almost all day by itself while in constant use! Excellent value and a quality product for sure! My only minor complaint is that when I’m talking on the phone through them I’m told I sort of sound like I’m in a tunnel. But not too bad. Overall, best bang for your buck no doubt!

  10. Kenatug

    I have tried a number of lower-priced Bluetooth earbuds and have become a big fan of Tozo. I have not tried any earbuds over $40, because I only use these for listening to the TV, so top notch sound quality was not a requirement. But there a lot of options in this price category, and I have been very impressed with Tozo. I have owned the T12 for about 6 months, and have been very impressed with the sound quality. The T12 has a nice case that gives you not only the percentage charge of the case but also shows the charge of each earbud, which the T6 and T10 cases do not. My only complaint about the T12 is the size. They do stick out a lot, and tended to fall out if I moved around. It wasn’t a big issue with me, since I’m not really moving around. Because the T12 have a larger speaker driver than the T6 and the T10, the sound quality, especially the bass, is noticeably better. So if bass is important to you, that is something to consider. I also have found that the midrange has a little more “punch” than the T6.I just purchased the T6 a couple of weeks ago, and I am very pleased with them. Because the driver is much smaller than that in the T12, they are noticeably smaller, and they stay in place much better than the T12. While you do sacrifice a little some sound quality, the sound is still very good, especially for my purposes, where I don’t need a lot of bass or treble. The midrange sound very crisp and clear, and they are definitely more comfortable and stay in the ears much better than the T12. If you intend to use these while you are active then I would definitely recommend the T6 over the T12.As far as the T10’s are concerned, I believe that the driver in those is 8mm (versus 6mm for the T6 and 10 mm for the T12). Based on that you would think that the sound quality would be somewhere between the T6 and the T12, but that’s not what I found. I found the T10 midrange sound to be a little raspy, and not as crisp as the T6. I’m assuming that they must be using a different driver in the T10 than the T6 that is different in ways other than just size. I returned the T10, but I am keeping the T6 and will use them in place of the T12 because of the comfort factor that I gain without losing any significant sound quality.All three of these sell for within about $5.00 of each other, so it’s not a price issue. Also, I found that all of them connect to Bluetooth easily and maintain the connection very reliably. I also like the touch sensitive volume controls, which eliminate the need to press hard. In terms of which ones to buy, it’s really a question about what features are most important to you.

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