TOZO T10 Bluetooth Earbuds Review

TOZO T10 Bluetooth Earbuds


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When it comes to Bluetooth Earbuds, it can be challenging to find an affordable pair. There is a lot of new technologies in the Bluetooth realm (Bluetooth 5.0). These technologies are helping to improve the affordability of these “AirPod-style” earbuds.

Not only are earbuds like the TOZO T10’s becoming more affordable, they are also upgrading in other areas. These areas can include audio quality, battery life, and even durability. In this TOZO T10 Earbud Review, we’ll be taking a look at the T10’s and how they perform, build quality, and battery life.

So, with that said, let’s get into it!

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For features, there is a lot you get with the TIZO T10 Earbuds that you might not even get on a more expensive pair of earbuds.

The T10’s feature IPX8 waterproofing (read more), meaning that they at least hit that quality standard of build. They also feature wireless charging with the included case.

They also features 8mm drivers that deliver powerful bass, recessed mids, and clear highs. TIZO uses Bluetooth 5.0 to accomplish high-quality transfer of audio. It also helps with the simple one-step pairing process. You simply need to take the earbuds out of the case and they should pair with your Bluetooth device.

Finally, for charging you get over 6 hours of battery life from a single charge. And, up to 30 hours with the charging case. The case charges via USB-C and can be recharged in 1.5 hours or less than 2 hours with the wireless charging.

Build Quality

So as far as build quality goes, the TIZO T10 Bluetooth 5.0 Earbuds seem to be fairly high-quality. When comparing against our control (Bose Sport Earbuds), they feel similar in build while being slightly less sturdy.

There is definitely a difference in plastic feel, however, it isn’t a bad difference. However, the T10’s feature IPX8 waterproofing (read more), meaning that they at least hit that quality standard of build. IXP8 is accomplished with a nano-coating on the inside of the earbuds.

Sound Quality

When it comes to sound quality, we were extremely impressed with the TIZO T10 Earbuds. The Bluetooth 5.0 connection helps improve sound quality over far distances, and in-general.

For bass, they provide an excellent amount. Bassheads will be extremely pleased with the boom that comes from the T10’s. Mids are subtle and can be drowned out, but for most people you shouldn’t have issues. If you’re using these as a workout earbud, then you most likely will be listening to a lot of bass-heavy music anyways. Highs are really crisp for the price, and sound pronounced in hip-hop music.

Final Thoughts

In conclusion of the TIZO T10 Earbuds Review, we would recommend this headphones if you’re looking for a budget setup. These earbuds, for the price, provide exceptional value. You get a lot of features that many higher-end earbuds don’t give you.

The biggest downside is there’s not really any touch or volume control outside of what you can do on your phone. Whereas other earbuds give you some way of controlling these things.

However, the inclusion of a fairly long battery life, wireless charging case, IPX8 waterproofing, and very powerful drivers makes them very worth the price.

But, in the end, for under $30-40, the T10’s are a very good earbud and should last long enough to get your money’s worth.

2 Replies to “TOZO T10 Bluetooth Earbuds Review”

  1. Not sure why you say there is no volume control on these earbuds but there is. You tap the outside of the earbud on either earbud piece to move the volume up or down. There are also other options when you hold down a few secs to answer calls or place someone on hold for instance. It’s all on the Quick Guide that comes with the earbuds.

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