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Review: Earfun Free Pro – Small, light and successful?

Particularly small and lightweight without sacrificing features – that’s what Earfun wants to offer with the Free Pro. The company even says that they are “the world’s smallest active noise-canceling true wireless headphones”. What’s more, the in-ears are said to be able to last up to seven hours on one battery charge, and run for another 25 hours when paired with the charging case. Touch control and good audio quality are also promised.

What is really true to all this, and how the Earfun Free Pro for its price of € 59.99* [test time: 51 €] do in practice, we clarify in the following test.

Technical details (manufacturer specifications)

Bluetooth version: 5.2
Battery life: 7 h + 25 h without ANC
Battery life / capacity: 50 mAh per earpiece, 400 mAh charging case
Charge time: 1 h headphones, 2 h charging case
Weight: 4.1 g per earpiece, 42 g charging case
Weight (measured): 4.6 g per earpiece (with medium silicone caps), 41.4 g charging case
Features: ANC, shooting mode, touch control, single operation, IPX5 certification (protection against water jets, no protection against submersion)
Price € 59.99*

Scope of delivery

As usual for TWS in-ears, the Free Pro come in their charging case. This also serves to charge the headphones. In addition, Earfun also includes instructions and a plastic carrier for the other accessories. These are silicone caps in three additional sizes, two additional sizes of silicone rings for hooking in the ear and a USB charging cable with a length of just under 30 cm.

Design & Workmanship

The case of the Earfun Free Pro has a sleek design: From the outside, the roughly oval exterior can be seen, with the centrally inserted plastic, on which the manufacturer’s logo is applied, having a high-gloss finish. The surround, on the other hand, is matte, just like the rest of the case.

The charging case of the in-ears is also made exclusively of plastic: the base case is matte, while the lid including the logo is high-gloss.

The build quality of the headphones as well as the charging case is good. The individual case segments are firmly connected to each other and even under load, no creaking can be heard nor can the case be felt to give way. Visually and haptically, almost everything is thus flawless, only the hinge of the charging case has more play on the side than necessary.

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EarFun Free Pro Bluetooth Kopfhörer, In Ear Kopfhörer Kabellos mit 4 Mikrofone, Aktive Rauschunterdrückung, Bluetooth 5.2, 32 Std. Spielzeit, Kabellose Ladeetui, USB-C Schnellladung, IPX5 Wasserdicht price comparison

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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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