Cygnett FreeRun Wireless Earphones review
Quick Verdict: The Cygnett FreeRun Wireless Earphones are a great pair of sports earphones for the budget conscious.
- Feels cheap
- No extra features
- Okay sound quality
While you may associate the Cygnett name with phone cases and cables rather than earphones, the brand's FreeRun Wireless Earphones are a great contender in the wireless sports earphones market for those on a budget.
The FreeRuns make up one of only two earphone models currently on offer from Cygnett, the other being a cheaper wired model.
- Bright and simple design
- Lightweight design is good for workouts
- Comes with multiple sizes of earbuds for different ears
- Fine sound quality for the price
- IPX4 water resistance protects against sweat
- 5-hour battery life is decent
- Simple and solid sports headphones at a good price
The Cygnett FreeRun Wireless Earphones are great-value wireless sports earphones without the extra features that you probably don’t need while working out.
They have decent sound quality and a smattering of functional design features that count during a workout, such as water resistance and the absence of a bulky microphone. They also have a simple but appealing style. You’d be hard pressed to find a better pair of wireless earphones to use while working out for under $50.
Pricing and availability
The best feature of the Cygnett FreeRun Wireless Earphones is the price. At $49.95 these are surprisingly good for such a low investment. While the earphones don't include any premium features or even a carry case, this positions the FreeRuns as a valid option if you're on a budget.
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