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Best Earfun Air deals 2022

Best Earfun Air deals 2022
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Looking for a pair of wireless earbuds that won't break the bank? Then you'll no doubt be interested to learn that we called the Earfun Air some of the "best in-ear headphones buds under £75". And if you can get them at a discount below, so much the better!

Earfun might be a relative unknown but the the Hong Kong audio outfit's are waterproof and sound good. They typically sell for less than half the price of a pair of Apple AirPods and you might find an extra saving or two below.

After a pair of cheap wireless earbuds with noise-cancelling? The newly-launched Earfun Pro are also worth considering, not to mention the new Apple AirPods 3.

At first glance, the Earfun Air true wireless earbuds may seem too good to be true. For £55 (or less, if you can pick up a deal) you get Bluetooth 5.0 support, voice assistance, two mics per earpiece and a wireless charging case that supports Qi wireless charging. Most big-name wireless earbuds with similar spec sheets would command three-figure prices.

The Earfun Air are also IPX7 rated, so they should suit most outdoor pursuits. Battery life stands at an impressive 7 hours for the buds themselves (plus another 28 hours from the supplied carry case).

There are also touch controls and in-ear detection tech to pause playback when you remove them. Functions such as pausing with a double-tap (you hear a reassuring ‘bop’ tone) and resuming playback are also flawless in their execution.

Do the Earfun Air sound as good as a five-star earbuds at triple the price? No. But until August 2020, when our review was published, we’d never awarded five stars to a set of budget true wireless headphones.

We praised their "energetic" sound and noted that, "while similar budget-friendly headphones can come off somewhat congested, here the design of the driver and earpiece allows for a pleasant and spacious presentation."

Put simply, if you're in the market for cheap AirPods rivals, don't be put off by the quirky name of this plucky Hong Kong-based outfit. It's latest buds are currently unrivalled when it comes to performance-per-pound. 

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Read our reviews of the Earfun Air and Earfun Air Pro earbuds

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Or browse our comprehensive list of the best in-ear headphones 

Tom is a journalist, copywriter and content designer based in the UK. He has written articles for T3, ShortList, The Sun, The Mail on Sunday, The Daily Telegraph, Elle Deco, The Sunday Times, Men's Health, Mr Porter, Oracle and many more (including What Hi-Fi?). His specialities include mobile technology, electric vehicles and video streaming.