The Aukey T21 are a budget pair of true wireless earbuds and at this price you will question on how good they can be, Like I have said before the cost to performance ratio is coming down on true wireless as it has on smartphones and something to keep in mind Aukey  have had a constant good audio signature from what I have tested over the last few months.

First notable thing here is the fit, they fit really well and they are really comfortable and will not budge from the ears,the noise isolation is better than expected and they sit well. They have a plain bland look with no buttons on board but that is fine and at this price point you really cant complain when you get the sound they deliver.

Build quality is simple and a plastic affair with IPX4 rating which will suit most people like commuters or for those who want to have a spare pair lying around or if you are heading off for a trip or camping weekend and dont want to bring your more expensive ones away.

The touch controls for me where fine with simple commands to follow. Double tap on the left and right to play and pause, Triple tap either side to get access to your voice assistant and a long press left or right to skip or reverse tracks and that is all there is to it. There is no volume control here which is fine but something to think about,being honest it does not bother me and again you have to think of the price.

There is no auto play or pause and they can be used individually once not in the case, the right side will work with the left charging and the left wont with the right side charging in the case, again people like to know these things.

Calls are fine and clear here too on both sides, The audio experience though is where they excell for the price, they have a nice bass level though not too deep and overall the sound experience is bright and well balanced and you will not be disappointed at all,there is no lag latency whilst watching Netflix or You Tube and the volume level is quite decent so for me the max is the better level but that is my personal taste.

Battery life is around the 4 hour mark which is fine but you get 25 hours in total with the case which is not to sniffed at and these are on par with the companies claims with two full charge and discharges.. So for the money are they worth it?? An easy yes if you want something clean and just works minus the aesthetics and just do the job they are meant to do and these do just that and more for the price tag. Tested on both Android and iOS and work fine with both.

Technology: BT 5, A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP
Bluetooth Version: Bluetooth 5
Driver: 1x 6mm / 0.24” speaker driver
Operating Range: Up to 10m / 33ft
Battery Life: Up to 5 hours
Input: DC 5V
Charging Time: 2 hours
Battery Type: Li-Polymer (2 x 40mAh)
Weight: 9g / 0.32oz
Charging Case: Li-Polymer (380mAh)
Number of Earbuds Recharges: 4 times (pair)



By Jim O Brien/CEO

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