Review of the Tronsmart Apollo Air Wireless Earbuds: A B+

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Review of the Tronsmart Apollo Air Wireless Earbuds: A B+
Review of the Tronsmart Apollo Air Wireless Earbuds: A B+

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Tronsmart Apollo Air wireless earbuds are a great pair of earbuds

The Apollo Air earbuds have built-in noise canceling properties

The Apollo Airs are IP45 rated, making them great for sports

The Tronsmart Apollo Air earbuds are fine enough, but don’t really do anything to stand out

It’s true wireless earbuds again at International Business Times, and today we take a look at the Tronsmart Apollo Air earbuds. These offer all the typical features found in most true wireless earbuds, including a case that charges the earbuds even when not in use, tap control, and active noise cancellation. We haven’t had much success finding ANC-compatible earbuds that actually affect the noise level, so we’ll see if the Apollo Air earbuds can stand out from the crowd.

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Compact, but also too big

Tronsmart’s Apollo Air earbuds are generally quite small compared to other wireless earbuds. The shape of the earbuds is the conventional Airpod style, but they appear slightly smaller than usual. The earbuds are also not bulky and do not protrude from my ears when in place. Even the Apollo Air case is quite small and compact. This is all great from the point of view of wearing the earbuds and wearing them.

The earbuds are small, but the ear tips are very big

The one area where Tronsmart hasn’t gotten small is the ear tip. Even when using the smallest included ear tip, the Apollo Air earbuds don’t like to stay in. This makes using the Apollo Air earbuds very difficult as I had to constantly fight not to fall out.

Low on the battery scale

The Tronsmart Apollo Air earbuds have two different battery life claims on the Amazon page. The first says the earbuds last for eight hours, while the second says the battery only lasts five hours. The last statement is more accurate. The Apollo Air earbuds only lasted about five hours before needing to be charged, and were only used heavily for one of those five hours. That’s not too great.

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