Cygnett FreePlay Bluetooth Earbuds

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Cygnett FreePlay Bluetooth Earbuds
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By GadgetSpeak on 80

Each bud weighs only 6grams. Rather than have a USB lead to clip into the bud the USB connection is to a 57gram case that is also a second battery so if the buds run out of power just place them in the case to recharge even if you are nowhere near...

By pickr.com.au on 36

The funny thing about the Cygnett FreePlay wireless earphones is that the day we started reviewing them, we literally said in a podcast that it is “rare to find a terrible product”, because the democratisation of technology has made it difficult for the...

By PCWorld New Zealand on 60

If you're looking for cheap true wireless buds, I'd probably opt for the BlueAnt PumpAir or Zolo Liberty+ before these. They're a little more expensive but do offer some pretty clear-cut advantages across both audio quality and battery life.The Cygnett...

By ImpulseGamer on 86

Cygnett Freeplay Earphones provide affordable audio freedom with good sound quality and a clever one button control...

By eftm.com.au on

Cygnett are a brand known for bringing new technologies to the masses. That is to say their products are a lot better priced than their competitors. In some cases this works extremely well such as their Wide Angle Lens and Powerbase Wireless Charger,...