RAEGR, a mobile accessories brand launched its new wireless TWS earphones; RAEGR AirShots 500 TWS earbuds. The company has sent us the product to test and review, and here’s our comprehensive review after using it for well over a month.
RAEGR AirShots 500 TWS Review
- RAEGR AirShots 500 TWS earbuds
- Charging case
- MicroUSB cable (for charging)
- User guide
Design & Build
The charging case is the first thing you will notice when you unbox. It is built really elegantly very much compact and not at all look bulky in hand. The case has a fillet rectangle shape with RAEGR branding carved with silver in the middle of the case. There are magnets in the case which guide the earphones to get into their slots perfectly.
Inside, the case also showcases the battery percentage in digital form which looks super cool and quite futuristic. The charging case has 1 input port and 1 output port. In addition, the case has a 1500 mAh battery that can be used to charge your phone when you need some additional juice in an emergency. That said, it has an overall smooth finish and design. The charging case can be used as a power bank and acts as a mobile stand too.
Talking about the earphone itself, it feels smooth and shiny and has beautiful curves. It has a secure fit, which can be used walking, however, it comes out when you running and working out. After use, you can just place them in the charging case and they get automatically switched OFF and start charging.
Each earbud has one button embedded on them for multiple functionalities. The buttons given on the earbuds are tactile and have a satisfying click to them. You can easily control the music using these action buttons.
- Play/Pause Track – Click Left/Right action button once
- Volume Down – Click Left earphone action button 3 times
- Volume Up – Click Right earphone action button 3 times
- Previous Track – Click Left earphone action button 2 times
- Next Track – Click Right earphone action button 2 times
- For Accessing Assistant: Long press Left/Right earphone action 1-2 seconds
- Answer Incoming Call / End the ongoing call – Click Right earphone action button
- Reject Incoming Call – Long press the right earphone action button for 1-2 seconds
- Last Called Number (Redial): Click Left/Right earphone action button three times
The pairing process of this earphone is no complication; in fact, it is pretty nimble, thanks to the Bluetooth v5 that provides a stable connection. The signal strength and range of the headset was good. As with any headphone, the most important thing to consider is how the headphones sound, and thankfully, these headphones sounded pretty good.
The earphones, the two kidney-shaped earbuds fit perfectly in the ears. The earphone has noticeably clear vocals and is bass-oriented. for the most part). The lows were subtle, while mid-range is quite distinct with a slight bit of mid boost, which is pretty standard among budget headphones. Speaking of highs, it wasn’t awe-inspiring and performed like a charm.
The treble was clear clean, however, the bass is punchy. The noise isolation is good for the daily commute, also help distinguish background instruments. As this earbud features IPX7 water and sweat resistance, you can use it for outdoor activities. Overall, in terms of sound quality, the AirShots 500 TWS earbud is good to go.
The noise isolation is good for the daily commute, and speaking of battery, the earbuds offer 3 hours of playtime with full volume and 4.5 hours of playtime with 70% volume, which is nice. The charging case takes around 4 hours to charge up to 100%, whereas earbuds take around 1 hour for charging completely.
With the case, users can expect around 50 hours of total playtime and can recharge up to 12 times, which is really great considering how lightweight it is. If you don’t charge your mobile phone, then, you can charge your earbuds up to 12 times giving a battery life of whopping 50 hours.
- Good vocals
- IPX7 waterproof rating
- Charging case acts as a power bank
- The battery life of 4-5 hours on a single charge
- Multiple functionalities from dedicated buttons
- Falls off easily during a workout
- The charging case takes 4 hours to charge
We have tested RAEGR AirShots 500 TWS earbuds for well over two weeks, so the conclusion is appropriate. RAEGR AirShots 500 TWS earbud is priced at Rs 1,990 (at the time of writing), and for this pricing, the build and the sound quality are pretty good. Overall, it’s one hell of a deal. RAEGR comes with 1 Year Limited Warranty against manufacturing defects only.
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