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Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro Earbuds: Long name, much behind it

Just in time for the holiday season, Razer came around the corner with a new pair of wireless earbuds. They are called Hammerhead True Wireless Pro Earbuds, which sounds like a lot, but is often just hot air. Small spoiler: There’s not much hot air to read in this review, because the earbuds are really great.

But enough is said in advance. We took a closer look at the earbuds and – as mentioned – tested them extensively. Let’s see to what extent Razer can deliver in terms of wireless earbuds.


Build Earbuds
Frequency range 20 – 20,000 Hz
Impedance 16 ohms
Driver 10 mm
Noise reduction ANC, hybrid
Connectivity Bluetooth 5.0
Latency 60 ms
Battery runtime Headphones 4 hrs, charging case 16 hrs
charging cable With USB-C port
Number of microphones per headphone 2
Recording pattern Omnidirectional
Noise ratio 64 dB
Frequency range (microphone telephony) 100 Hz – 10,000 Hz
Sensitivity (microphones) -26 dBFS/1 khz
Supported codecs SBC, AAC
IP certification IPX4
Dimension (charging case) 50 x 63.8 x 25 mm
Weight (headphones) 53 g
Colors Black
Price € 209.99*

What’s inside

The US-based company also presents its new Hammerhead True Wireless Pro Earbuds in a pristinely chic package. Topped by the typical fabric loop and printed in the typical black and green colors, the exterior alone makes you want more.

What comes to light is the charging case along with the two headphones equipped, the charging cable with protective caps on the plugs and a total of 7 pairs of attachments. There are one pair made of memory foam and three sets each made of different silicone – but more on that later.

The delivery is extensive in any case. We were especially hooked on the memory foam attachments.

Looks don’t match anything wild

Named after the hammerhead shark, the Wireless Earbuds and case are made entirely of plastic. Per se, nothing new from Razer, but the right choice in the case of the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro Earbuds, where they need to be lightweight.

If we take a closer look at the headphones, we notice that their appearance is nothing innovative. But even that doesn’t matter in our opinion, as long as they don’t look like clunky pieces of plastic hanging out of your ear. The round touchpads are drawn from the Razer logo, which adds a chic contrast to the design.

The charging case also comes in the matte black that the headphones also wear. At 50 x 63.8 x 25 mm, it seems a bit large, but can still fit in a pocket or two since it’s kept flat. However, the size is also due to the size of the in-ears, which have a long stem.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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