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truly wireless on a budget

The truly wireless headphones have been one of my favorite creations in the "technological" space in recent years. We have seen smaller independent companies that bring them to the markets, but lately, even some big names like Apple, Samsung, Bose, etc. They have started to participate in this game with their own version of headphones with unique features to offer a superior experience. That goes beyond audio quality. However, if you're curious to make a transition to the true wireless world of headphones without breaking your bank, then ESR's truly wireless headphones with an initial price of $ 50 (~ 3,500 INR) should definitely be on your list.

Having said that, here's the thing with really wireless headphones: there are many things to consider before making a purchase decision here. For me, personally, they should have at least some of the critical criteria in this relatively new category. They should have a good and comfortable fit; They should sound good, they should have a reliable connection and a long-lasting battery. So, ESR's truly wireless headphones mark each box? Well, let's find out.

What's in the box

As soon as you open the box, see some documents that explain how to use your headphones. Other than that, see the charging case, some additional ear tips and headphones . Anyway, here is everything you have inside the box:

  • The truly wireless ESR headphones.
  • Portable charging case
  • A MicroUSB charging cable
  • Additional ear tips (variable size)
  • Travel bag
  • User manual

Design and build

You should ask yourself why you did not mention the design as one of the above critical criteria. Well, that's because most wireless headphones don't really impress me when it comes to design. Having said that, I think the ESR pair looks discreet and low profile when compared to something similar to Apple AirPods (11,999 INR) or Bose SoundSport Free (21,999 INR) that protrude from your ears to a point where they are immediately noticeable.

We have the black variant of ESR's truly wireless headphones, but there is also a white variant that I think will look just as good. They are made of plastic, which works perfectly well. But having more metal to the touch or even a rubber coating to give it some texture would have been good. But I like the way the headphones feel when they put them on. However, it is worth noting that these headphones They do not come with any IP certification, which makes me believe that it offers no protection against dust or water at all. But, if you want to wrap everything, you get a carrying bag to protect it from rains, etc.

The headphones are magnetically held inside the cargo box, so do not end up losing any of the headphones while keeping them inside the box. He Case is quite small and I love the fact that it does not have a clam style design . However, the cylindrical shape does not allow it to be carried in your pocket, so you may have to put it in your backpack.

ESR headphones have buttons with which you can do things like control music, receive calls, etc. I like how ESR has retained the buttons instead of offering some touch controls. Yes, it may be due to the associated cost, but personally I prefer the physical buttons instead of the delicate touch controls any day of the week. More on that later in this review.

In general, he will say that ESR has done a commendable job when it comes to design. They are subtle and seem relatively normal. In addition, they do not stick strangely far from your ears or have long stems.