Ever since the AirPods hit the market, I’ve been enamoured by them. Unfortunately, it was way too expensive for me to afford it back in the day. But I didn’t wanna give up. So, I scoured the internet for a cheaper alternative and found some amazing stuff. The TWS series of earbuds are absolutely brilliant. And although there have been numerous iterations, the i800 is one of the few that stand out. Primarily because the manufacturers got it right. Check out our i800 TWS Review and Price for all the details.
The i800’s are essentially Airpod replicas that are meant to be a true 1:1 copy of the Apple Airpods. So what does it have different from other TWS earbuds? It stands out in many ways. For example, the design is accurate and the sound is one of the best when compared the older versions. Battery life is improved. But most of all the interface is exactly like the originals.
So, let’s get to it, shall we? Here’s the i800 TWS Review and Price
i800 TWS Earphones
Unboxing i800 TWS
Inside the i800 TWS Box, you get the earphone, the charging box, a cable for charging and an instruction manual.
i800 TWS – Design
The design for the i800 is similar to the other TWS devices. It’s a true copy which means it’s a 1:1 replica of the Apple Airpods. It does not use the USB-C cable but uses Apple’s lightning cable.
There is a small button that can be used to power on and off. There are two versions of the i800 TWS. One of Quality A and the other is Quality B. Quality A has a slightly better design.
The i800 TWS has quite some popular features that you can expect from TWS earphones. Here they are.
Bi-anural Sound – Independent Earphones
Each of the earphones is independent of each other and the sound is Binaural too which means you can get different beats and rhythms on each ear just like the music creator intended. The earphones work independently from each other and if you are taking calls or want to listen to the outside, you can choose to place one in the box and use only a single earphone.
There’s a wireless charging option for the i800 TWS. If you don’t want to use the cable and carry around too many cables, you can always use the wireless charger and charge your device. It’s not that slow and it’s pretty quick and it gives you a high-quality charge.
The i800 TWS earphones is enabled with the touch sensor feature that lets you change your music and control the device without having to touch your phone. Single touch for pause and play, double touch for playing the next song and double touch on the left earbud for the previous song. Three touches or a long touch gives you access to Siri or Google Assistant.
The most in-demand feature on most TWS features is the pop-up feature. The pop-up feature is similar to the one from the Airpods, where you get a pop-up box asking you to connect with the i800 TWS with your iPhone when you open the charging case.
Bluetooth 5.0 Connectivity
It has Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity and the connection is really good. You get great quality sound and also the connection does not get disconnected often. The Bluetooth range on the i800 TWS is up to 10 metres which is pretty good. For an Android device, you need to manually access the settings section and pair with i800 TWS, for iPhone it’s the popup box that appears as mentioned before.
So how is the sound quality?
The sound quality of the i800 TWS is second to none. It matches the sound quality of the Apple Airpods and all the other TWS Earbuds. They have good bass, good treble and does not have any sharp noises or bad sounds at all. There’s a good distribution of sounds and you can hear each and every percussion clearly.
The issue that is there in most Apple Airpod clones is the fact that it doesn’t have any noise-cancellation feature and the truth is you do get some ambient noise when you are in loud places. But it’s not too bad that this is a deal breaker.
I800 TWS Battery Life
The i800 TWS battery life is pretty good. It stands at about 3.5hours or 4 hours which is pretty good in most cases and situations. You can easily charge your i800 TWS with a small portable power bank or you get TWS Earbud chargers that are portable and easy to carry. If you have a 40 minute commute one-way, you can easily use your earbuds for a few days without having to charge them.
i800 TWS Price
The best part in my opinion about the i800 TWS is the price. It’s super cheap and you get a good quality earphones for just $15. This is nothing like what you can see in the market and in my opinion, this is the biggest advantage of the i800 TWS.
You can easily buy a few of these and keep it in your home or office and use each independently without having to break the bank!
|True Copy||Yes 1:1 Exact size of Airpods|
- Great price
- Superb sound
- Good and decent battery life
- Wireless charging
- Not the latest Airpods clone
The sound is great, when it works. It cancels outside noise, when it works. It’s battery lasts an hour or two, when it charges. The worst part is they keep pausing on their own (a very common and frequent occurrence), or starting up when I have paused them. The right ear bud doesn’t take a charge well. At first the left ear bud worked fine while the right one paused, etc, but now they both are problematic. I purchased only 3 months ago and they don’t get heavy use….seems pretty poor quality to me, even for their great price.Nicolas Rodrigues from USA
I somehow changed the setting on one earbud to English, the other is in…Idk mandarin? My husband’s contact name in my phone is “vanilla gorilla,” so when he calls I have the added bonus of hearing vanilla gorilla calling in English or mandarin. I was able to change the language settings with some combination of button presses that I can’t accurately duplicate. Eventually, I’ll have my 11-year-old fix it, for now, I am happy with the functionality.I also initially paired one earbud to my phone and not the other.
It was maddening to try to get them to connect to each other until it occurred to me to unpair from my phone. I put them back in the charging case, unpaired the phone, took them off at the same time, scanned, and reconnected and they both work together now.
Overall great quality sound, fit is nice, and they stay in while I’m walking or working out. I really needed this, my wired headphones are a safety hazard during workouts. So, I tried a wireless model with a wire connecting them but that also gets snagged or I have to keep readjusting them, which is crazy-making when I’m rowing, lifting, or doing anything that requires concentration.
I also walk pretty far from my car to the office, it’s nice to be able to listen to books on tape without having to stop, put my bags down, and readjust my earpiece on the route. Overall very happy with this purchase. I have a nearly full function on them without the assistance of my teenagers.Patricia from USA
Working great a few weeks in. Sound is just right for a commute not too noise cancelling but just right light video lag on YouTube app but I think many wireless headphones get this (at this price bracket). Battery life good – Charging case a nice addition as the worst case if you lose the headphones you still have a portable charger.
The touch controls work nicely though sometimes if you are adjusting them in your ear you pause by accident. The worst part about these is pairing to multiple devices – I end up having to turn off Bluetooth toggle to get it to switch from MacBook to iPhone.Overall these are a solid purchase and better than the last pair I got by a decent margin.Eamon from USA
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