Tagg has been lately active in the industry with their quality products. Just a few weeks back we reviewed their Angle speakers who provided punchier sound at a very affordable price. Today we have their newest product for review the Tagg Airbuds wireless Bluetooth earphones. The earphones come with a metal housing with the magnetic lock which is popular these days.
We extensively used the earphones close to 2 weeks and here’s our review.
- Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity
- 6mm audio drivers
- Magnet-lock technology
- In-built mic
- 90mAh battery
- Music Play time- 4 to 6 Hours
- Talk time- 5 to 7 Hours
- Standby time- Up to 260 Hours
A complete list of items you get inside the box:
- Tagg Airbuds Bluetooth earphones
- Ear tips and wings
- Carry case
- micro USB charging cable
- User instruction manual
The earphones are offered in a single-color tone, ‘Black’ with the earphone’s housing made out of metal. There is nothing extraordinary here, with the design being similar to a bunch earphone already in the market. The earphone housing carries a 6mm driver unit, which is backed by a rechargeable battery. The earphones come with the magnetic lock which is popular these days.
On the connectivity front, the earphones come with Bluetooth 4.2 support out of the box. One thing to note here is that earphones can only be paired to a single device at a time. Features like AptX or Bluetooth LE are missing. Another thing missing here is some sort of IP dust and water resistance rating.
The cable is reasonably long, and the control module is placed on the right for easy access. The module here has three buttons, out of which, two are for volume and tracks adjustment, while the third one is a power button. On the opposite of the lies the micro-USB charging port.
The earphones get reasonably loud considering their size. The pairing process was hassle free, and we didn’t notice any issues here. The connection was pretty stable with zero drops. During our testing, we used the earphones for a number of scenarios, including exercise and commute. The slightly angles earphones design helped them to stay in the ears firmly. The wings used here could have been a little smaller, as sometimes they tend to hurt.
Talking about the battery, the earbuds come with a 90mAh battery which gives a maximum of 6 hours backup. With moderate usage, the earbuds can easily last 1-2 days on a single charge and top up times are also less.
Tagg Airbuds Bluetooth Earphones – INR 1,799
- Good Build quality
- Decently priced
- Above Average soundstage
- No IP rating
- No AptX support
- Average Quality Mic
Verdict – Should you go for it?
If you’re in the market for a decent quality wireless earphone, then you should have a look at the Tagg Airbuds. The sound quality is decent, along with a quality build. Interestingly the product has altogether vanished from brands website, and another material relating to the product is missing. The Tagg Airbuds are sold via Amazon.in but are currently Unavailable according to the listing.