TOZO T10 Bluetooth 5.3 Wireless Earbuds with Wireless Charging Case IPX8 Waterproof Stereo Headphones in Ear Built in Mic Headset Premium Sound…
- [Stereo sound quality] TOZO T10 Earbuds’ 8mm large size speaker driver (the drive area is 1.77 times than the normal drive area) delivers powerful bass( lowest 16Hz), mellow midrange, and clear treble(up to 20kHz). Reproducing your music vividly.
- [ BLUETOOTH 5.3] Features with the advanced Bluetooth 5.3 technology, TOZO T10 Earbuds support HSP HFP A2DP AVRCP, which provides instant pairing and stable transmission without interruptions.
- [One step pairing] Simply take 2 headsets out from the charging case, and they will connect each other automatically and then only one step easily enter mobile phone Bluetooth setting to pair the earbuds.
- [IPX8 waterproof] Earbuds and charging case inner Nano-coating makes it possible to waterproof for 1 meters deep for 30 minutes. Waterproof and sweatproof lastest technology can effectively prevent from the damage of the splash by sweat and raindrops.
- [Charge on the go] Playtime lasts for over 10 hours from single charge and total 45 hours with charging case. Enjoy fast charging, to fully charge the rechargerable case only 1.5 hours via fast charge USB-C cable or less than 2 hours via wireless charger. Providing convenient charging way with no strings attached.
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TOZO T10 Bluetooth 5.3 Wireless Earbuds with Wireless Charging Case IPX8 Waterproof Stereo Headphones in Ear Built in Mic Headset Premium Sound…
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Sr. y Sra. Smith –
Tenía miedo porque había leído reseñas negativas de muchos auriculares similares con precio parecido y pensé que a lo mejor le pasaba también a estos. Pero para nada, muy contenta. Paso a explicar primero las cosas buenas y después las pegas, que alguna sí que tiene:
— La batería muy bien: He estado 2 horas y media escuchando música sin parar y la batería ha aguantado sin problemas. Yo creo que llegará a las 3 horas. Y luego para la caja y se cargan. Me da que en total es fácil que te duren 8 horas. A ojo.
— La sincronización muy bien. En el primer móvil la hizo sin problemas (sincronizan los 2 auriculares por separado). Luego probé con otro móvil y un auricular me costó un poco más sincronizarlo, pero lo metí en la caja, lo volví a sacar, y listo.
— En todo el tiempo de escucha no se me ha desincronizado ninguna vez.
— Cuando los sacas de la caja reconectan solos con el último dispositivo y cuando los metes de desemparejan. Todo automático. No hay que tocar nada.
— Probé a meter el móvil bajo la colcha y a separarme 8 o 10 metros y el Bluetooth iba perfecto. Ni cortes ni nada. Flipé.
— El micro funcionó bien en casa. Pero como está en el propio oído, deduzco que por la calle se meterá todo el ruido y no te escucharán bien. Supongo.
— Lo que ofrecen por este precio es inmejorable.
— La calidad de sonido no es ninguna maravilla. Como cascos principales para escuchar música pues como que no. Tiene unos bajos artificiales que recubren el sonido. Son para uso muy concreto en plan manos libres con uso de música esporádico. Para oír música bien píllate over-ear con cable.
— De agarre va justo. Yo cambié las almohadillas por otras que tengo que deslizan menos y estupendo, no se aflojaban. Pero con las que vienen por defecto no vas a poder correr, eso seguro. No los usaría para cosas deportiva. Para cascos deportivos yo me pillaría los típicos inalámbricos de cuello.
— La conexión miniusb de la caja para cargarla me dio malas sensaciones, como de fragilidad. Igual es solo una sensación, igual no pasa nada, pero me dejó mal cuerpo. Casi prefiero no quitarle mucho es minicable por si las moscas. Y en el futuro usaré la carga inalámbrica, que no la he probado pero tiene buena pinta.
EDITO para decir que un día al sacarlos de la caja no me reconectaron con el móvil. Si se repitiese con cierta frecuencia le bajaría la nota
EDITO2 para decir que he probado la carga inalámbrica con un cargador Qi y va de maravilla.
Ben Widdup –
So I bought these headphones for a single purpose — use in the hot tub (I already use AirPods for running/exercise and some noise-cancelling Bose headphones for when I’m at work)… I have to admit they were a bit of a shot-in-the-dark and I honestly wasn’t expecting much from them, especially as I used to have some cheaper headphones for running that were terrible, and really put me off the ‘budget’ price point.
Now these are clearly not AirPod or Bose standard, but frankly for the price they sound excellent. Crystal clear treble and more than enough low-end for me… using my go to track (Wilderness from Clannad’s Anam) they have good definition and far exceeded my expectations.
They are much larger than AirPods, and you MUST ensure they are correctly positioned (with the right-sized rubber ends on) or the sound quality drops dramatically — but after a few minutes of getting this right (as a one off) they more than meet the requirements. The size isn’t really a hinderance to them, because it lets them sit in the ears quite comfortably — but your mileage might vary (with ear size).
I haven’t had them long enough to gauge battery life, but the wireless charging feature of the case works fine from my standard charging mat.
So the TL;DR… really good value for money and surprisingly high sound quality — Recommend!
(For full disclosure they cost £29.99 when I bought them and TOZO have offered me an extra wireless charger, no strings attached — but the later has not influenced my review, other than encouraging me to write it).
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I upgraded from Tozo T8 to the T10 and also own a pair of wireless earbuds from a well known Brand associated with fruit, and have to say I am very impressed with the TOZO T10 in comparison to the other that I own.
First of all, They are great value. The set up was very straight forward and connected to my devices bluetooth in a few seconds. When you pick the earbuds up out of the case they automatically attach to each other and have useful light indicators. The case also has light indicators to show the charge level which is very helpful.
The waterproof feature is very useful as I’m often worried about headphones if it is raining etc.
They fit in my ear nicely and don’t fall out as there is a selection of attachment earpiece sizes to best fit the size of your ear.
Nice presentation in the box and good clear instructions.
The sound is really nice, I have listened to a selection of songs and audiobooks etc and the sound is up there with some of the best sounding earbuds I’ve used, very clear with good sound range / overall levels and I’d definitely recommend them!
The sound range distance is good, I walked downstairs in my home and continued to listen to the headphones no problem (under 10 metres).
The case and earbuds feel very premium, there is even a lanyard included for carrying around your neck or hanging on a hook etc.
For the price you can’t go wrong, also supports wireless charging which I might have to try out as well!
I’ve added an unboxing video plus some photos to help show what’s included too.
Thanks for reading my review and hopefully this might’ve helped in your decision to try out these brilliant headphones if you do decide to get these. Happy listening!
Ben Widdup –
Son pequeños, más que en las fotos, no pesan nada y se adaptan perfectamente al oído. Si eres de los que practican el running como yo, te aseguro que no se van a mover para nada con el trote, incluso con más de una gota de sudor, na de na. Respecto a esto último han sido diseñados a prueba de agua así que con el tiempo nos evitaremos corrosiones e historias raras. De hecho, según dicen las instrucciones puedes ducharte incluso con ellos, eso sí, no sumergirte bajo el agua de una piscina pero no porque se puedan fastidiar, simplemente porque la señal Bluetooth no llegaría a los cascos, increíble!!
Sobre el sonido, para mí es muy bueno, sobre todo en graves, realmente son potentes y profundos, yo personalmente lo agradezco porque no hay nada como escuchar música mientras corres con unos graves potentes, porque si de alguna forma se pudiera mezclar el sonido de la calle con la música de los cascos aún tendría esa fuerza que da unos buenos graves para no perder calidad, en el caso de los agudos correctísimos.
La sincronización por bluetooth es muy sencilla no tiene ninguna historia. No se escucha ninguna interferencia como chasquidos o cortes, muy bien. Ambos cascos pueden utilizarse por separado, sincronizando cada uno con dispositivos diferentes, en modo mono, ahí lo dejo, para mí no es significativo pero puede que a alguien le interese.
Desde los cascos sólo se puede controlar la pausa, atender una llamada entrante así como finalizarla y realizar nuevamente la última llamada pero para nada tiene opción de control sobre el reproductor para pasar a la siguiente canción o anterior, así como subir o bajar el volumen, o simplemente puede ser que no haya dado con la tecla y no sea capaz de encontrar ese tipo de opciones. Por cierto las instrucciones vienen en castellano pero no explican esto último.
La cajita de guardado hace las veces de base de carga, utiliza un sistema de unión magnética que hace posible la carga sin movimiento ni fallos. La ventaja que encuentro en este caso es que la carga se puede hacer tanto por USB o de forma inalámbrica, mucho más cómoda. En una hora aproximada tenemos la cajita cargada y da para unas 4 cargas. La autonomía en estos cascos no supera las 3 horas por lo tanto con las 4 cargas de su cajita tendremos un total de 12 horas + la carga de los cascos, unas 15 horas, algo más si se trata de hablar por teléfono. Esta es la teoría pero en la práctica depende de varias cosas, del volumen alto o medio, ecualización de reproductor con Bass alto…a mí sinceramente no me ha llegado a las 3 horas. De todas formas esto no debería ser ningún problema a no ser que seas un fanático de la música y estés horas y horas pegado al auricular. La idea es que cuando no utilices los cascos éstos se dejen guardardos en la cajita para que automáticamente se inicie la carga, de esta forma quedarán cargados para la próxima vez. Por cierto, para saber el porcentaje de batería restante se puede mirar en el teléfono.
Perdonar por este peñazo, quería ser más escueto pero la verdad es que los cascos merecen la pena, por eso me he puesto ha escribír y se me ha ido la pelota.
En fin, buena relación calidad/precio.
CAN IT BE WORTH KEEPING?
<CAVEAT each and every one of us really should keep in mind as we happily shop away online, wherever that may be: WHO or WHAT centralized agency, reputable or not, is testing and certifying these products?
by exactly what measure is it that products are found to actually be and do what the things «marketing» indicates is so? Hmmm???…lets think on that for a moment…instead of blindly swallowing whatever hook is cast before us and then complaining that we’ve a hook embedded in our mouth.
that said – IDK where to go to get reputable answers to the obvious questions regarding online (only, typically) product in 2019. if someone does, please post under this review cos I damn sure would like to explore that further.
moving along to this item…>
it is unfortunate, really – as otherwise, there is MUCH to like about this ear bud set up:
* the price was outstanding, at least for this purchase as it was made during a lightning/gold box – whatever Amazon calls their countdown-timed deal opportunities. in my case, it was $29.99. what i paid is actually the teetering point for me as my inner-monologue vacillates between «when they work, i really do like these…and they were astoundingly inexpensive» to «when they cut-out or lose bud-to-bud pairing, no price compensates for resulting escalation of irritation to aggravation…» but as far as evaluating on price relative to sound, feature set and (mostly present) functionality +2
* surprisingly good sound, incl much more low-end than was expected, particularly as one ought remember, they’re wireless, fairly small form, ear buds. think about that for a moment…personally, i’ll put them firmly between a good set of cans and any of my wired buds, of which i have a half-doz, incl some decent Sony’s and a set of Bose sports – granting the Bose are not in-ear buds; which makes a CONSIDERABLE difference in sound quality, as well-fitted in-ear buds both better block outside noise and seal desired audio’s path, directing toward the eardrums. +2
*voice calls show well, both from the send and receive side. i have one colleague who routinely complains about calls made either through my car’s bluetooth-connected system (mic is in steering wheel) or the now out-of-production Jawbone Icon – yet he’s made no comments about my use of these buds, which tells me they’re doing the job and then some. i have also made calls to other parties, for the purposes of testing call quality, and no one has observed any issues. my ability to hear and communicate effectively has been surprisingly good, although i haven’t yet tested the buds on a call driving down the road with the windows open, or through a call standing outside on a windy day. the Jawbone did a pretty nice job with purported, military-grade noise-cancellation; not sure what/if considerations are employed to that end in these T10s. +1.5
* fit/form is comfortable and stays in place – albeit w/o any running around. my most active conditions involve wearing while operating a residential, riding mower over uneven terrain, getting on/off, sweating were the most vigorous, operational conditions. they can droop some, and they do get a bit uncomfortable after a couple of hours, but then, show me some ear-buds that don’t. +1
* battery life was good (roughly 3-hrs) and the recharge time (via an unplugged, but charged, case/dock) seemed to be about 45-minutes in very generally observed times. IOW, i did not run down the buds, break out the stopwatch, note start/stop times; just looked at the clock when initiating recharge and then again when lifted. +1.25
* i get that this form-factor—charging a case/carrying buds in case for on-the-go, cord-free recharging, IS the way these many, many iterations of wireless, BT earbuds are presently made—can’t really be attributed to Tozo, but the functionality of the «case as charger» has real value. specific to this case, Tozo appears to use rare-earth magnets, resulting in small form and commensurately strong magnetism. very good for keeping that lid closed and your buds in the case where they belong. i’ve had my case hanging on my technician’s toolbag for a couple of weeks now and have yet to find the lid opening on its own, or of course, my buds out of the case other than when i pull them out. the buds themselves are magnetically drawn into the form and onto the charging contacts, once you’ve got them most of the way inserted. +1.25
*most necessarily, and glaring, is the frequent and random connectivity drop: some times it was the Rt-ear (phone pairing) bud from the phone, despite the phone’s proximity sitting next to me in my mower’s cup holder or in my front shorts pocket, ALWAYS on my right side. other times, it was Lt-bud connectivity loss to Rt-bud, despite the buds having recent charge. this happens FAR TOO FREQUENTLY and does so while they’re worn – making it an obvious engineering/technical flaw. Surely the distance through a human’s head is so similar that nailing down electronics appropriate to afford solid connectivity across this distance and through incredibly similar material (flesh/bone/brain/bone/flesh) or around the same, should be made certain before this product hits market.
add the pairing drop that i easily—with about 90% consistency reproduced—initiated by tightly cupping an ear with one hand…now that i type this, would seem the bud-to-bud pairing is made with shockingly short-range/weak electronics. so, forget going through the head, these have trouble going AROUND the head and are interrupted by nothing more than the composition of an ungloved, human hand and some of the time, nothing more than…air?
back to the drawing board or lab, Tozo… -5.5
presuming that deal-breaker gets corrected, next suggestion is
* add a feature that makes it clear that the buds are fully charged. update the voiced component to include current battery-life status, or put a meter on the case that provides visual status of the same, or change that LED series (essentially serves as a meter, but with 4-LEDs lined up vs a numeric display) from blue to green, or even better, have the earbuds’ go from red to green? there is no way to know how much life left the buds have, other than the voice prompt that kicks in and repeats 3 or 4 times that the battery is low. the auto power-off function comes pretty swiftly thereafter, which is fine, but outside of this, the user has no way to know the buds current, charged state of being. this is kind-of irritating, really.
as it is, appears the display times out. If the buds are lifted from the charging case with a full charge (?), the buds change to blue. Put them right back in the case, they revert to red and sit that way until timing out – unless the battery life is so erratic/poor that a full-charge isn’t really a full-charge, or is until lifted from direct charge contact, or…see what i’m saying, Tozo? -1.5
Nit-picky suggestion here, but valid all the same:
* make the charging case/dock’s molded loop a wee bit larger. not sure what Tozo expects would be looped through this, but it is too small—without modification—for anything other than a string. i have several cables w/screw-together, end crimped connectors that are typically used for/found in; keeping together keys. the 1/8″ threaded end of this cable would not fit through the loop. i took a very small, sharp utility knife and shaved off little bits of plastic on the case-side (not the loop-side) of the loop, until i was able to get the threaded end of my cable’s connector through the opening.
my workaround now ensures i can easily and securely attach the buds’ case to a carabiner, a tool bag, a belt-loop (although haven’t done that), etc. -1
RESULTS: with this highly unscientific and also highly arbitrary summary of my Tozo T10 observations, based on just a a couple of week’s sporadic usage with the initial purchase, followed by several, much more intensive weeks now with the «replacement» unit…it’s a wash.
would i say to someone who doesn’t already have a strong interest in wireless, ear-buds, «rush out and buy these»?
i would not.
would i encourage someone to try this or a different maker to see if another has defeated the paramount and absolutely necessary condition of consistent and persistent pairing to both phone and bud-to-bud? sure, why not – return them in within the appropriate time frame if they’re no bueno.
what’s to say that should i go to and through a third set of Tozo’s T10s they’d not work splendidly? seems unlikely, but…or that another manufacturer has nailed some technical shortcoming and consideration that appears to have eluded Tozo’s grasp? w/o going down that road, can’t know.
for me, relative to my specific instance and most definitely considering the price paid and approximately 80% up-time in which the buds work as expected, coupled with already having backup, alternatives if/when the T10s get too exasperating, i’ll probably just keep them. reach out to Tozo–if that’s even possible w/o further time-suck as has been already been spent in grappling the issue, contacting Amazon multiple times to correct some bizarre-to-me SNAFU in which reviews for this product were disallowed due to (my paraphrased summary here) some goofiness with reviews and legitimate account, product purchases and now the subsequent, even-further time-suck of typing out this loooong overview…but roll the dice and pay full price ($49.99 as of this review’s post)…nah.
i suspect the technology is suuuuper close, but just isn’t.quite.there.yet to pull off what is trying to be done with the wireless ear-bud market.
Sr. y Sra. Smith –
I bought these to take on holiday to Spain, I intended lots of beach and poolside music listening and didn’t fancy the wires or bulkiness of my existing headphones. In ear and wire free was a must and having compared many of the headphones on Amazon I ended up choosing these.
I wasn’t expecting much for the price paid, but first impressions were very positive. The packaging is excellent and suggests premium quality. The charging case is much sturdier than I imagined and the earbuds themselves smaller than I imagined (in a good way).
I used the earbuds and charging case daily whilst on holiday for anything from 1-5 hours at a time without any issue. The sound quality is surprisingly very good, a much better bass than I was expecting. Everything seemed nice and clear. I never intended to keep using them daily on my return from holiday, but I have. They are fine when walking too, I expected them to fall out but they don’t. I’m not sure I’d trust running in them though.
The jury is still out on the long term longevity and battery life a few months down the line, but I’ll be happy to revisit this review and update it in a few months if my opinion changes.
Since posting my original middling review on Amazon, the company’s customer service proactively reached out to me with concerns that the earbuds I received may have been a defective item. I must say that floored me because I had previously stated in my review that I had no intention of returning the earbuds… and I am still within window to return them as I write this updated review.
Tozo’s customer service offered to either give me a gift card for the purchase price I paid or to give me an upgraded set of Tozo earbuds. Not really interested in the cash, I took them up on the offer of the upgraded earbuds. I received the Tozo T6 earbuds and could not be happier. A quick note on the differences for folks who may be comparing these two:
Tozo T10 — I think the bass is better on this pair and after I purchased a fast charging USB-C cord, I am able to get the charging base to fully charge. The key benefits of this one over the T6 is that you can pair each earbud as if it was a separate blue tooth device AND you can pair each/both to two devices at a time. So I would say the Tozo T10’s are for the guy/gal with multiple devices they use daily and bass lovers.
Tozo T6 — In hindsight, this is the pair I should have purchased. The charging case is essentially the same size as an Airpods case, it’s IPX8 waterproof has very good bass. The case is noticeably smaller (in a good way) in your pocket. These earbuds have the same quality that I often describe Apple products with: “it just works.” You won’t pair these earbuds separately and with multiple devices at a time… and I don’t care. I love them.
So all in, I love Tozo’s products and especially their customer service. Read up on the differences between the Tozo T10 and T6 and make the best decision for yourself… and know that their customer service folks are responsive and want you to be happy! That’s rare and I’m eternally grateful.
It hard for me to rate this product because I want to love it. Here are my pros, cons, things to consider and final thoughts:
-The bass is legitimately excellent. The speaker drivers are better than any wireless earbuds I have ever used. I am not an audophile nor do I buy $150+ headphones but the sound is legit for hip hop, dance, and other similar music.
-the sound is also very good. Not excellent, like the base, but it is very good. No complains here.
-Other miscellaneous features that I liked were true to description: water protection, battery life, overall build quality.
-Price is extremely affordable compared to other higher end alternatives. I’d rather buy three of these than one pair of Beats headphones.
-the earbuds batteries never have run out on me. I run/walk for about two hours each day, so I admittedly have never tried to really drain them. When you read the problems below, this will seem more like a pro point.
-these earbuds can pair to two devices at the same time. So I usually have my iPad and iPhone paired up without having to switch between them in the settings.
-bluetooth connection — if you follow the instructions, the separate earbuds pair automatically with each other with no problems. the problem is that I feel like there is a 1-10 minute period where the headphones are «searching» for my phone no matter how close it is to me for a successfully, no drop pairing. The sound can cut out or dip for a minimal period while it is going through this phase, but it’s annoying.
-Using two earbuds at the same time — My usual usage case is walking/standing with my earbuds in and my phone in my pocket. If i tilt my head in one direction or another one or both headphones lose the connection momentarily BUT they do automatically pair back up. It usually goes away the longer I have them in my ears but I am afraid to leave my phone on a table and walk any reasonable distance away. i am not confident they will stay paired if I was on the opposite end of the same room with no obstructions.
-Turning off the earbuds. I think this annoys me the most… I may be wrong in this desire, but I wish the earbuds would automatically shut off when I put them in the charging case. They DON’T! I have put them in the charging base for hours and then realized that they were on the whole time. Which means that they do have a charge, but they were draining the base unnecessarily while I thought I had it plugged in and was charging the base and the earbuds. I’ve bought a fast charging USB C to micro USB charging cord in hopes that it’ll help. The current safest thing I can do to get them to turn off faster/automatically is to have both my iPad and iPhone «forget the device» so that it times out versus remains on and draining the batteries.
-the base takes forever to fully charge. related to the above point, I have NEVER had a fully charged base unit.
Things to consider:
If you’re still reading this, these are true wireless headphones. I am currently within the return window, but I won’t be returning these earbuds. This is mostly because my expectations are low given the price point. My core headphones are a pair of Apple Airpods Pros. So this pair suffers from me comparing them to a $200+ pair that «simply works.» Some additional thoughts and tips that are neither pros/cons to me:
-You can use each earbud as a separate «device.» When you turn on bluetooth you see each earbud listed as a separate bluetooth device. So, follow their recommendation when it says ONLY use the right earbud as your connection via our phone/device. The right will automatically «add in» the left earbud, but the reverse is not true. What this means is that you can pair one earbud to one device and one to another. This sucks when you then want to pair them together again.. so I use the «forget this device» setting after every independent use of the left earbud.
In summary, I want to love these earbuds, but the annoying fickle ways that the bluetooth works or momentarily drops whenever I first put them in my ears was something I could have accepted because of my use case. Add in the fact that its an annoying process to get the earbuds to turn off 100% of the time which effectively makes it near impossible to fully charge the base and you understand why I am writing this review. Again, I am not returning them! I love the sound. I almost always use them in exercise use cases or when I know I am going to be acting carelessly or around water/rain or in a situation where I am concerned about potential theft of my Airpod Pros. So as a second bluetooth device, these are excellent. As your primary headphones, I give them a three out of five stars.