Stuffcool, a brand that has emerged as a key player in tech accessories has launched its latest in-ear budget earphone dubbed as Stuffcool Deb. We got to test it out and here’s the comprehensive review of Stuffcool Deb, an ultra-budget-end earphone.
Stuffcool Deb In-Ear Earphone Overview
- Stuffcool Deb earphone
- Earbuds (3 sizes)
- Operating principle: Closed
- Transmission type: Wired
- Nominal Impedance: 16 Ω
- Cable and Plug: 1.2m cable with 3.5 mm plug (3-pole)
- Weight: 31.8 g
Stuffcool Deb In-Ear Earphone: Design And Build
The Stuffcool Deb made of premium plastic making it look sturdy in every aspect. The earbuds feature the latest logo of the company and the ear tips are small with a subtle angle to it, which ergonomically gives out a good fit, and aids comfort for a long hours usage without any issue.
The driver of Stuffcool Deb is quite big, which means protrude out of the ear canal apparently screaming its presence. Moreover, this angled design will not let you lie comfortably in your ear when your head is pressed against a pillow.
Coming to the cable, Stuffcool has opted for a Soft TPE which is a soft rubber finish. The cable doesn’t get tangled easily, possibly due to the thick and rubber finish, however, down the line, expect to these earphones to tangle. Overall, there are no complaints in terms of design and build.
Stuffcool Deb In-Ear Earphone: Audio Quality
The Stuffcool Deb didn’t compromise on the performance part. It is not the loudest one in the category but handles the sound output to a decent level with a good amount of noise isolation. Talking about soundstage, the mids and highs are clear, but the lows are a bit muddy. At high volume, we didn’t face any sound shattering, meaning? the output was loud and clear.
Speaking about the bass, the company promised “ultra bass” played really well with pretty decent details and no distortion. There is a single button (Multi-Function Button) control pod attached to this earphone, which lets you toggle between music, receive/end calls and a long press will bring up Siri/Google Assistant.
It’s good to see a control pod on ultra-budget earphones, but it was unusually placed, which distance you voice when on call. Apart from that, this earphone is great for listening to music, not just that the audio output of this earphone is above average, which is ideal for listening to a wide range of genres.
- Sturdy build
- Ultra-bass sound output
- A good mixture of vocals and bass
- Single multi-function button
- Unusual placement of control pod
This earphone was tested over a period of two weeks, so the conclusion is clearly appropriate. The build and the sound quality of the Stuffcool Deb earphone are pretty good for the price-point viz Rs 499 with 6 months of manufacturer’s warranty.
No denying, there are a ton of earphone from top brands that offers almost the same audio quality and comes with a proper in-line microphone placement too. However, if you want a great pair of earphone that offers above-average audio quality and great comfortability, you won’t go wrong with this one.