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Anker Soundcore Liberty Air True Wireless TWS Earphones (White only) $49.99 AC

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Gleaned from Cnet. With their code, CnetLtyAir, the Soundcore Liberty Air True Wireless Earphones [amazon.com] for $49.99. Brings it down from $79.99.

Only available on White now. Must be sold by Anker Direct.

SD Article reviewing them.
  • Graphene-Enhanced Sound: Pioneering audio technology delivers highly accurate sound with superior clarity.
  • Crystal-Clear Calls: Listen and talk through both earpieces. Noise-cancelling microphones eliminate background noise and enhance voice pick-up for flawless communication.
  • Leading Playtime: Get up to 5 hours of music from a single charge. The charging case takes the total playtime to 20 hours.
  • Integrated Touch Control: Use the earbuds to answer calls and play, pause, and skip music on-the-go.
  • What You Get: Liberty Air true-wireless earphones, charging case, XS/S/M/L/XL EarTips, 60 cm micro USB cable, user manual, 18-month warranty, and friendly customer service
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VIP outlet had used ones for $32 a week ago
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Been using mine about 8 months since last BF. The right earphone randomly died. Anker sent replacements for the last 3 pairs. Quick pairing, sound is nothin special. But for the price, highly recommended.
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hmmmm ... earwax Smilie
Actually to get a fairly long play time you don't have to opt for that droopy thing which hangs below your ears. These are really great in terms of sound and duration https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

I have about 5 "truly" wireless phones and these are my go to's because they just last so long.
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I didn't like these. Didn't fit well. Sounded just ok
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I didn't like these. Didn't fit well. Sounded just ok
I'm not a fan of the angled stalk or arm design. Have the Hyphens off of IGG and the Pamu Scroll, which are actually nice but fit odd and have a big ole white castle burger sized case. But Usb-c and good build quality all around is nice. Nothing with them feels cheap.

I go back to my Rademax which were cheap off of Amazon and a brand I can't mention for fear of mod retribution. Both sound decent and are waterproof. The one has touch control and the other a push button, which I prefer.

And I think I have the guy above beat because outside of those I've had the Jabra Elite and my still fave IconX '18 that got stolen. Add in the Pamu Scroll (very meh), and some uber cheap China ones, I've run the gambit for a bit.

All the ones with arms annoy me because at the gym if I wipe my face with the towel, I tend to catch the arm and pull them out. Or if I put on or take off a shirt. So I have to be cognizant of the arms which is annoying and doesn't happen with the typical bud style.

I actually only posted this because I was surprised Anker didn't give SD the deal like is the norm with them. Guess they are spreading the love.
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How do these compare to Airpods? I just bought them last week and hate the way they fit so I'm probably returning them.

Are these similarly convenient to use?
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I'm not a fan of the angled stalk or arm design. Have the Hyphens off of IGG and the Pamu Scroll, which are actually nice but fit odd and have a big ole white castle burger sized case. But Usb-c and good build quality all around is nice. Nothing with them feels cheap.

I go back to my Rademax which were cheap off of Amazon and a brand I can't mention for fear of mod retribution. Both sound decent and are waterproof. The one has touch control and the other a push button, which I prefer.

And I think I have the guy above beat because outside of those I've had the Jabra Elite and my still fave IconX '18 that got stolen. Add in the Pamu Scroll (very meh), and some uber cheap China ones, I've run the gambit for a bit.

All the ones with arms annoy me because at the gym if I wipe my face with the towel, I tend to catch the arm and pull them out. Or if I put on or take off a shirt. So I have to be cognizant of the arms which is annoying and doesn't happen with the typical bud style.

I actually only posted this because I was surprised Anker didn't give SD the deal like is the norm with them. Guess they are spreading the love.
Have you checked out the Creative Outlier Air? My son has those and loves them! They sound great plus boast 10 hours battery life, 30 total hours including the charging case. Price point is not too much above the Ankers. I'm holding out for an SD on either those or the new Cambridge Audio Melomania 1s. The CAs use a new Qualcomm chipset that provides 9 hours, the case provides 36 total hours. Happy listening!Peace
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Have you checked out the Creative Outlier Air? My son has those and loves them! They sound great plus boast 10 hours battery life, 30 total hours including the charging case. Price point is not too much above the Ankers. I'm holding out for an SD on either those or the new Cambridge Audio Melomania 1s. The CAs use a new Qualcomm chipset that provides 9 hours, the case provides 36 total hours. Happy listening!Peace
I've had it bookmarked for a while now. Just haven't jumped on it yet. Was waiting on this Igg campaign for a 4gb local storage pair of buds like the iconx and it turned out to be a huge scam.

I'm fairly happy with the two I mentioned, well one and the one I can't mention, unless someone brings something unique to the table. My ideal goal was to have a waterproof pair with local storage I could use as a standalone pair for swimming. Basically a waterproof pair of IconX's. I've never pushed a pair of buds to the point they died. 2-3hrs has been plenty. Eve on a 4-5hr ride I only wear one so I can hear my surroundings. So swapping the right and left is no issue.

But I do keep the creative bookmarked. I'll probably sell some of the outliers (no pun intended) and then maybe pick them up to try. I already know I'd hate the tips. They are the same design as many other China buds with the cheap ass wafer thin silicone tips. So I'm quite sure putting on a decent pair of foam tips will then make it too long to fit in the case. Then I'll put on a trimmed pair so it will hopefully fit. Then it could either work or be like some others that only fit with the original or extremely short tips or I have to take my tips off every time they go back in the case.
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How do these compare to Airpods? I just bought them last week and hate the way they fit so I'm probably returning them.

Are these similarly convenient to use?
I posted a link to a review of them from someone on here. It's in the op.
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The Liberty Neo run $50 normally and look like a better product to me, anyway. They also have better reviews. These just scream "designed to look like AirPods".
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I've had it bookmarked for a while now. Just haven't jumped on it yet. Was waiting on this Igg campaign for a 4gb local storage pair of buds like the iconx and it turned out to be a huge scam.

I'm fairly happy with the two I mentioned, well one and the one I can't mention, unless someone brings something unique to the table. My ideal goal was to have a waterproof pair with local storage I could use as a standalone pair for swimming. Basically a waterproof pair of IconX's. I've never pushed a pair of buds to the point they died. 2-3hrs has been plenty. Eve on a 4-5hr ride I only wear one so I can hear my surroundings. So swapping the right and left is no issue.

But I do keep the creative bookmarked. I'll probably sell some of the outliers (no pun intended) and then maybe pick them up to try. I already know I'd hate the tips. They are the same design as many other China buds with the cheap ass wafer thin silicone tips. So I'm quite sure putting on a decent pair of foam tips will then make it too long to fit in the case. Then I'll put on a trimmed pair so it will hopefully fit. Then it could either work or be like some others that only fit with the original or extremely short tips or I have to take my tips off every time they go back in the case.
Thanks for the feedback!
FYI: the CAs come with both silicone tips plus a pair of memory foam tips, so I'm assuming those will fit the case. That plus the case is one of the smallest I've seen. About the size of a pack of dental floss. You should definitely check them out. Cheers!
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Better grab 10 now at this price + tax. Next year they'll be $70 lol
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Thanks for the feedback!
FYI: the CAs come with both silicone tips plus a pair of memory foam tips, so I'm assuming those will fit the case. That plus the case is one of the smallest I've seen. About the size of a pack of dental floss. You should definitely check them out. Cheers!
Thanks! Didn't know about the foam tips. They're not pictured.

I base everything off of my IconX's. Was my favorite case. I do like they keep it small. Charging 2x is plenty.
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How do these compare to Airpods? I just bought them last week and hate the way they fit so I'm probably returning them.

Are these similarly convenient to use?
The Liberty Air are more invasive compared to airpods because they basically go inside your earholes. I prefer the Liberty air because of this as when I go jogging, it stays in place. The ONLY thing I like about the airpods over the Liberty Air is the fact that you can control the volume by sliding up and down whereas the Liberty Air cannot. Also the touch response on the Liberty Air is not as sensitive as the airpods because sometimes you have to tap more than once to pause music or pick up calls. The sound of the Liberty Air is more bass heavy compared to the airpods in my opinion.

Other than that, I'd rather pay for the Liberty Air over the Airpods because they are really worth the money at this price point as I paid 60 on the last front page deal but in black. It still gets the job done with music and calls and so far I don't have an issue with it yet. Fingers crossed.
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