Cobble Pro is a company that makes great affordable Electronic accessories. This is their first attempt at in the True Wireless Earbuds market.
After using the Cobble Pro Truly wireless earbuds for over a month this my full review.
Design & Feel
I wasn’t expecting much when I first got hold of the Cobble Pro true wireless earbuds because most affordable true
wireless earbuds under the $50 price point don’t offer much quality when compared more expensive true wireless earbuds. But when I finally held the Cobble Pro earbuds in my hand I was pleasantly impressed by the design and quality of the earbuds. The earbuds have an all-plastic construction with the plastic at the front having kind of dark shiny ceramic look which gives the earbuds a very clean and minimalistic design that makes earbuds look and feel premium. That all-plastic construction will not inspire a lot of confidence against drops on any hard surface just like most of the earbuds in its price range. Cobble does offer a 30-day return policy and a 180 day extended warranty for all purchase.
With just a twist these ears stay wedged in your ears and no matter what kinda extense activities you might take part in, the earbuds stay locked in place very securely with just the right amount of noise isolation. The earbuds are very light and comfortable in the ears. I wear them when I go running in the mornings and the stay very stable and secure with just the right amount of noise isolation. Wearing them for long periods never gave any sort of ear fatigue or pain. Even though the earbuds aren’t waterproof they are perfectly capable of handling plenty of sweat.
Like all typical true wireless earbuds, you get 1 button on each earbud which gives you a fair amount of control over audio playback. The buttons are located at the top of each earbud instead of at the front so you’re not going to
be constantly pushing the headphones deep down in your ears everytime you press a button. With the Cobble Pro you’re able to play /pause, skip forward/ back, volume up / down, answer/ end phone calls, and active voice assistants onAndroid and iOS devices.
The carrying case is very compact so it will fit just about anywhere you choose to stash it. The cover of the carrying case doesn’t inspire much confidence in durability and reliable for the long term. On the inside, the earbuds are held in place by magnets but if you happen to drop the case with the earbuds inside, they will fall out every time.
Cobble Pro claims 3.5 hours of playtime and on average I got that exact figure playing music at 50% volume and using the carrying case you will be able to get up to 26 hours of playtime. There’s a separate power bank within the carrying case with a 1300mAh capacity to charge smartphone if you ever find yourself in a pinch.
Whether you’re connecting both earbuds or just one, pairing to your smartphone is a very quick and easy procedure. Once you are connected the earbuds will automatically pair with your device everytime you turn them on. The Cobble Pro earbuds have Bluetooth 4.1 technology so you will get pretty good signal strength and a wireless range of over 33 feet with a clear line of sight and over 18 feet with 2 walls in between before the audio starts to go in and out. If you decide to put your smartphone in your side or back pocket the connection tends to cut in and out from time to time.
The best thing about the Cobble Pro earbuds is the sound quality. I was a bit surprised because truly wireless earbuds don’t have the most impressive sound qualities, especially earbuds at this low price range. The Cobble Pro does a great job to deliver a pretty good audio experience with deep punchy bass that’s not overwhelming. The mids are where the earbuds shine, there is a balanced quality along with an accurate portrayal of instruments and vocals at a pleasing but neutral level when listening high-quality audio files. Even with the neodymium magnet drivers with graphene composite diaphragm, the highs aren’t as well defined or as bright as I expected but it still clean and clear.
Once you’re on a call, the right earphone turns off so you’re able to stay aware of your surroundings. The call quality of the Cobble Pro is similar to most of the other true wireless earbuds in its price range. The micro is very sensitive so it only works well indoors in a quiet environment. Once you venture outdoors that’s where the microphone starts to let you down, people on the other line will find it hard to hear you no matter your surroundings. This wasn’t a deal breaker for me and it’s a flaw that I have come to expect from affordable earbuds.
After spending a few weeks with the Cobble Pro true wireless earbuds I fell in love with them. Its one of a select few affordable true wireless earbuds that really delivers with great sound quality, usability, and reliability. I’m not so concerned about the longevity of the carry case or the call quality outdoors because most cheap true wireless earbuds have these flaws. Cobble has produced a product that proves that you don’t have to spend a ton of money to get a very good pair of true wireless earbuds.
In a market sector that’s flooded with so many options, the Cobble Pro true wireless earbuds definitely stands out from the crowd and proves to be one of the best truly wireless earbuds around for exercise or casual listening. Read Next: Best Truly Wireless Earbuds Under $50
Priced From $44USD