BlueAnt Pump Air True Wireless review: Light wireless sound
Blueant's wireless buds provide quality sound at an appealing price point, although they lack features like fitness tracking if that's important to you.
- Lightweight design
- Good battery life
- Less obvious than Airpods
- Battery case is quite large
- Tricky latch on battery case
- No associated fitness app
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With so many smartphones opting to drop traditional 3.5mm headphone jacks, we've seen a renewed interest in Bluetooth headphones as the audio connection methodology of choice. Once seen as rather pretentious, they're now significantly more socially acceptable, with Apple's Airpods often cited as the style leaders of choice. BlueAnt's Pump Air True Wireless offer a style alternative to Apple's own in-house efforts without the rather more obvious microphone arm.
- Buds are lightweight and discreet
- Large charging case isn't exactly pocket-friendly
- Better audio quality than your typical wireless earbuds
- Integrated microphones work well enough for handling phone calls
- 3-hour battery life is reasonable
- Charging case adds an extra 12 hours of battery life
Pricing and availability
The BlueAnt Pump Air True Wireless earbuds retail in Australia for $169.99.
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