Workout earbuds：Bose soundsport free earbuds review
Oct 30,2023 | David
Bose soundsport free adopts the form of true wireless earbuds, and the buds body and soundsport adopt the same unit and design, which is more comfortable to wear. As a whole, it can be regarded as a split version of the wireless sports earbuds-soundsport, focusing on the sports earbuds experience without restraint.This article sorts out some real user reviews to help you learn more about soundsport free earbuds.
Product Dimensions：1.2 x 1 x 1.25 inches
Item Weight：0.317 ounces
Sweat & Weather Resistant：IPX4
Item model number：774373–0010
Batteries：1 LR44 batteries required. (included)
Charging Time：2 Hour
Item Weight：9 Grams
Number Of Items：1
Product name:soundsport free Price: $229.99
Rating: 4.3 Where to buy: Amazon or official website.
User:Moses Adenola Nation:United States
“The Bose SoundSport Free True Wireless Earbuds offer an exceptional audio experience that leaves me thoroughly impressed. The sound quality is clear and dynamic, providing a truly immersive listening experience. The secure and comfortable fit ensures they stay in place during workouts and daily activities. The wireless connectivity is reliable, with minimal dropouts. Battery life is decent, lasting for most of the day. While the design is sleek, the bulky charging case might be a bit inconvenient for some. Overall, these earbuds deliver fantastic sound and performance, making them an excellent choice for music enthusiasts and fitness enthusiasts alike.”
User:Mefaret Aktas Nation:United States
“I really wanted to like these, I grew up loving Bose and these look really cool but no, they have been nothing but pain for me. The left one constantly disconnects while I’m running. It’s very hard to deal with it. Sometimes they both just disconnect and it’s really hard to get them back while you are running.
Also they keep falling off my ear. Just while running…. They come with three sizes of ear pieces, they came with the middle size on them and those were too big for my ears. They hurt my ears so I put on the small ones. Small ones were fine until I started running with them on. As soon as you start sweating they get loose and fall off. At least one of them. Also one of those days, I was on an escalator with my dog and she freaked out and made me fall. Both of these earbuds fell out of my ears. I almost lost them and this time there was no sweat involved either.
Most importantly the sound wasn’t amazing. It was just weak; barely ok. As I said they are beautiful (I got the orange ones) and I love Bose and their charging box is very cool but these earphones infuriated me. I have returned those today. I don’t recommend.”
User:Bamdad Nation:United States
“I ended up buying a set of the original Soundsport which is the predecessor to this model, you are welcome to see the review for that model, but here is a quick comparison.
Compared the Soundsport free
Sound quality for music: Win goes to Soundsport free. (It is noticeably better, however this offers decent sound quality for the price)
Range: Win for Soundsport free. (It is slightly better)
Phone call use: Win goes to this set. (Works much better as you can hear from both ears)
Battery life: Win for this set. (Has slightly better battery life)
Ergonomics: Tie (Buttons work better on this headset but the lack of wire makes it easier to workout with the Soundsport free, having said that having the wire on this headset makes it possible for you take one or both out of you ear and let the set hang around your neck without worrying about where to put the set.
So it’s up to you, if it’s high quality sound for music you are after pick this model, if phone conversation is really why you are buying this set for then go with the older Bose Soundsport.”
User:Milind pawar Nation:United States
“I bought these since I always get my wired headphones tangled up or caught on something causing them to malfunction on me. They have a little girth to them yes and they protrude out your ear very visibly, but I don’t mind it. The case/charger takes roughly 2 to 3 hours to charge completely and the ear buds themselves depending on single use and/or dual use can range from an hour and a half to 2. When fully charged and having both buds on you get an approximate cap of 7 1/2 to 8 hours of tunes depending on how high you have them volume wise. The higher the volume the quicker the battery life drains. If you don’t have your phone or music source on you while you are about… The max distance before cut out is 30 to 32 feet. Lastly when putting these on warranty the charger is the only thing that’s covered under Bose. The ear buds aren’t covered. I registered on the site and the case was all I could put on warranty. I thought it was all three pieces, but no. Other than that they are a good set of headphones for whatever you need with three gel grips for the perfect ear fit and I recommend them.”
User:n. banz Nation:United States
“I bought these back in 2018. Sadly they are nearing the end of their lifespan after four years. They only last about 30 mins at full capacity before they need to be recharged. The buttons have fallen off. I can only control them with my phone.
That said in the four years I’ve owned them. I can honestly say that I love them. Sound is amazing, comfort is good, very durable considering I’ve put them through the ringer, size is a bit bulki but not too bad. However I am ready for a new pair. As far as my old pair. They are my workout pair now.”
User:Brandon F. Williams Nation:United States
“I recently got the Apple Air-pods and loved them for casual listening, but didn’t want to use them for working out even though I’m sure they’d be just as great. It’s probably just that strange paranoia you get with pricey equipment that you’re going to be a little more rough with but I wanted some good Bluetooth/wireless buds for working out. The Bose SoundSport doesn’t disappoint, I started with the basics like pushups, sit-ups, weights, jump rope and various calisthenics. Held firm, solid grip in the ear without any adjustment needed. They work so well, I even forget they’re there which was great and rare.
I then switched to running, and for reference I use the “8GB Bluetooth KLANTOP Digital Clip” for all of these due it being so small with barely any weight and able to just clip in your pocket (works great and highly recommend). Running works great and there’s occasionally a pause but it’s not at the fault of the buds, this can be attributed to the device transmitting shaking while running. I’ve noticed if your device is in a secure position and doesn’t shake or get jerked around continuously it’ll play with out pause or issue. Also just as secure as before when working out. So it passes for all areas confidently in my opinion.
Seeing as I use these for working out, which is on average 2 hours. I can’t really comment to the battery life but it lasts well past my workout so that’s the best I can say. The sound quality is fantastic, which seeing as it’s Bose it better be. I also haven’t tried the tracker app but at the same time I only use them for one sole purpose but might do an update later.
What I like about these is there comfortable almost forgettable that there in your ears. No wires, either from your device or connecting the buds themselves (which is super annoying). Great sound quality also. So overall great product and highly recommend.”
User:sam hughes Nation:United States
“I ride road bikes at high speeds hard to hear because of wind. I read reviews before I purchased these and I didn’t want noise cancellation want to hear up coming cars. They are perfect I love em sound quality flawless, trued a lot of headphones these are it. Price is set just right. Pairs great with iPhone”
User:MarissaNicole Nation:United States
“Have had these for about 2 weeks, replaced AirPods, which began to corrode and not work after a little over a year.
Sound and battery life are excellent. Comfort is good, lasted for a 3+ hour workout without sore ears. Connectivity is better than suggested by prior reviews — very rare left ear cutting out, worse in temps below 15 degrees F. At room air, I left my phone in a neutral place on the perimeter of the indoor track. There was no cutting out or loss of signal, even with other bluetooth headphone users around and structures in the middle of the track. Charging case is designed more with workouts in mind than AirPods. The charging port is positioned at the top of an incline with a channel for any residual moisture to run away from it toward the space for the in ear plastic mold. Connection is very simple.
Few negatives. Cold temps — intermittent cutting out, especially of the left bud under 15F, a little difficult to fit under hats. They look a bit odd but its the tradeoff with having a Bose speaker in your ear, a wireless one at that.
Update 10.2021 The day has come, the battery life has tanked and these are only useable for about 45 minutes without charging. They were great for 2.5 years, a lot of miles and survived a few heavy rains.”
User:Mitzi Frye Nation:United States
“This is the first review I’ve ever written on Amazon, so please believe me when I say these are the best earbuds on the market! I’ve had numerous pairs, none quite as pricey but when I found them on sale, I decided to treat myself. They took a little while to get use to because they are a little bulky but that didn’t take but a few times wearing them. The sound quality is defiantly the best I have ever heard and they are so easy to connect. If I ever have any issues connecting, I go to my app and it takes care of it for me by just swiping up. What really sold me on these headphones is when I washed them. I left them in my pocket from a workout and they went through an entire wash cycle! I figured that was it, but I decided to put them in a bag of rice for a few hours to get any moisture out and try them to see if maybe I could salvage one. When I took them out of the bag and charged them, they connected immediately to my phone and no sound quality was lost! I was amazed!! Needless to say, I will be purchasing more Bose products in the future!!”
User:SgtHalvo Nation:United States
“I’ll start with the summation of my review, you may read forward if you’re looking for specific information: Don’t buy these; they are not worth the money and I’m sorry I wasted the money.
Operation: These headphones are Bose so I expected a bit of quality in operation from a company of this stature. From what I can gather the quality of these are indicative of the low-quality products Bose has been putting out as of late. Shame. The signal continually cuts out although the headphones are two feet from the source. The sound is terrible. The base is substandard and I’ve heard clearer/crisper sound out of 20 dollar headphones. I have a pair of aftershokz which depend on jawbone conduction which are on par with the sound quality these put out. The fit is terrible, no matter which size fitting you choose (they provide three). They are obviously meant for wear during athletic activities but I would not trust these to not fall out of your ear, thus losing at least 80 dollars within a heartbeat. The build quality is sturdy enough and they do feel worth the money in that regard, but that is when the quality ends. The case is a bit confusing as it acts as a charger but you’re not really sure which has the charge: the case or the headphones. I have had the headphones tell me they were at 70 percent on insertion and then die within 20 minutes. Not happy at all with these and I feel they are a great waste of money. Too bad.
Don’t buy these, you will be upset with your purchase.”
The above is the review of some users of bose soundsport free earbuds, which is still very referential. A comprehensive rating of 4.6 out of 5，which means that bose soundsport free earbuds is a good product.But there are still shortcomings, such as the price is too expensive，the wearing is not stable enough. Therefore, more comfortable and stable to wear, cost-effective substitutes can be found in the market, such as Wissonly Hi Runner bone conduction headphone.
The Wissonly Hi Runner sports bone conduction headphones are ergonomically designed to fit the ears to ensure that they will not fall off during exercise. Most importantly, it is very light in weight, only about 28g. Ensure that there is no sense of pressure and weight when wearing, and the surface of the headphone is made of soft and skin-friendly silicone material, making it more comfortable to wear.
It is a powerful and cost-effective sports bone conduction headphone. Wissonly Hi Runnersupports IPX8 waterproof rating higher than the industry standard, and it can work normally for swimming and diving. It is also equipped with 32G built-in storage, which can store 5000 songs, and supports two working modes of Bluetooth and MP3. In the scene of underwater sports or without a mobile phone, you can completely use it as a Bluetooth MP3 player. Its battery life is strong and can support 10 hours of continuous music playback.
Hi Runner sports bone conduction headphones are open-ear design, worn directly on the temple, so your ear canal is completely open, which allows you to easily hear the sound of cars and traffic lights when you are running, walking and other sports scenes outdoors The sound makes you safer when using it.
It supports aptX encoder, and the sound has low latency and better sound quality. In terms of the bone conduction vibration unit, it uses a large-sized vibrator, and the sound emitting area is 35% higher than that of other headphones, which makes the sound more three-dimensional.
Its sound leakage reduction treatment is excellent. We actually tested it. Turn on Wissonly Hi Runnerand set the volume to 60%. At a distance of 2 meters, no sound can be heard at all, which is very good for privacy protection.