EOZ One earphones have got to be one of my favorite pairs of Bluetooth buds to hit the market and it isn’t just because they ooze of class and sophistication.
EOZ One Earphones In-Depth Review
EOZ One earphones provide great sound and a great look at an affordable price. First off, the buds are built with beautiful, durable aluminum housings that make for incredible acoustic chambers. These housings are also ergonomically designed to ensure a secure fit in your ears. Three pairs of silicone tips and memory foam ear tips are included. The silicone tips provide a surprisingly good amount of passive noise cancellation. I could barely hear my coworkers chatting or the loud heating vent (and that’s without music playing). The memory foam tips will also get the job done with their ability to expand against your ear canal for a super snug fit and tighter seal against your skin.
To note, each ear piece is attached to an over-ear hook with sleek aluminum detailings embossed with the EOZ One logo that is linked to a connecting neckband of pretty vegan leather. Talk about style and grace! The materials and enclosures are all water and sweat resistant making this a dual purpose earphone that can be used in the office and the gym. TBH, most fitness buds are built with bright colors and rugged materials, while durable I personally prefer a more minimal and professional look and presumably others agree. That’s probably why the Barcelona-based company was able to successfully complete a Kickstarter campaign.
When it comes to sound, EOZ One earphones can deliver. Wearers can expect a lossless Bluetooth experience. The aptX codec used in the quality-crafted cans ensure CD-like audio. I didn’t hear any skips or hissing while enjoying these buds. The built-in Lithium-ion battery keeps the buds running on Bluetooth 4.1 technology for up to 9 hours. They’ll take about 1.5 hours to charge. The 9mm drivers built into the aluminum housings resonate across a frequency response range of 20 to 20,000 Hertz. Wearers can expect to hear a surprising amount of depth in the bass, one that allowed me to hear some of the lowest of the lows in EDM and hip-hop. Treble claps felt pronounced along with high pitched vocals. Across the board I would say the music felt full, never waning or thin. A pretty good sounding and looking headphone overall.
If interested in snagging one of these babies expect to pay $119 USD. Your order will also include a quick start guide, a beautiful vegan leather carry pouch, a micro USB charging cable, 3 different size silicone and memory foam ear tips, and a quick start guide. EOZ One earphones are available in black and silver and black and gold.