Now these tws earbuds from okay they're called the t20 once they budget because they sell for approximately 30 US dollars. So how do they sound for that price that's? What I'm here to find out I'll, give you some feedback on the audio quality microphone quality as well comfort fit battery life. Now these were sent out to me free of charge from all key. In exchange for this review inside the box, you will find some small tips, some large tips, and it has the mediums applied on the earbuds themselves. We have a micro, USB, cable here, so sadly it's not using type c, which i believe it should. We get a 24 month, warranty cards, Quick, Start Guide and a user manual, so the case comes with this abs style plastic and it is matte, so it doesn't really pick up on fingerprints. However, on the inside to have notice that your fingernails tend to scratch it, you can see a couple of little scratch marks right there. So magnets hold the earbuds in place. This is pretty standard status LEDs there to let you know when it is paired or charging. So that is green to show that it's charged same with the case as well. So the cases charge time is two hours. You can see the two green lights there I've got it plugged in, for that very reason, just to show you and you can even see the status LEDs through the case lid as well, which is a little bit transparent, now there's a magnet in here.
Keeping this closed and the case itself with the earbuds in it weighs 42 grams. Their buds are 5 grams each. They are very light. Let'S have a look at them, so they're clearly labeled left. Alright, you can see the Pogo connectors there and the plastics used are good because there are no sharp edges or anything like that with them. The very tips of them you can see there we've got our microphones now, like most of the tws earbuds, that I review it has capacitive touch controls and I find them super hit and miss most of the time it doesn't work. The first goes you find you're going to be repeating yourself, always so double tap to skip to the next track, depending on which side it'll be previous or next track, triple tap for Google assistant or Sri assistant and it's just annoying, because a lot of the time I'M, finding I will tap and then I have to tap again to get it to work and what is missing on these, which is a huge oversight, is there is no volume control which is really annoying, so normally you're, just tap and hold, depending on which side To be volume up and down, but that's completely missing with this model now these are selling for about twenty nine US dollars. So I didn't expect them to sound really that great now I'm happy to report that they're sounding a lot better than they thought they would for the price tag that you're definitely tuned towards base out of the box.
So there's not a flat tune. They'Ve decided that hey we're going to go with a base like a lot of other manufacturers so to people's ears, it's going to sound good. Now the driver that's in there is just a six millimeter driver, but the basic puts out is actually fairly decent. The tips, I would say, a helping giving me a very good seal with the medium ones, but where it is lacking a little I find it is definitely vocals aren't, quite as clean as I would want, and the highs so they're not an audiophile grade sound as You'D expect for twenty nine US dollars, but I think the general public will actually be pretty happy with these, that they do sound good for the price and the high volume that can get out of them is also decent. It'S, good and bass does not distort at higher volumes as well now, the t20 ones they do support mono mode. So just using one tws earbud, all you have to do is just leave one of them in the case, here's a sample from the microphones we've got one in each of the tws earbuds and overall the quality is average. We can hear birds in the background I'm. Recording outside there is some ambient noise coming through. So to me, they don't seem to have active noise cancellation. So if you are going to be using these in a noisy office environment and probably not going to be the best because you'll be picking up on all that noise in the background, okay, so let's talk a little bit about the comfort now I'm.
Wearing this, I find they are very good, because I have a good seal with the medium tips on these and the design. So with this that sticks out their little arm, you could call it or the steam that comes out with that design. I find that it doesn't feel like it's going to come out even when jogging running around. I don't have to go like this constantly and push them in there. All they're gon na fall out. They'Re gon na fall out. Not hasn't happened to me, which is very good now. The range on these seems to be average, some Bluetooth, 5 devices that I've tested it. You can get about 10 meters or these ones. They came 5 to 8 meters and I'm getting around about 5 meters. If I go downstairs, they start to break out, but that's pretty standard. Most of the time, your devices that you're using, for example, a tablet or your phone connect it up to it, you're not going to more than five meters away. So it's not really a problem and it disconnects bear in mind because I'm in the lockdown here I'm at my house I'm, not in a heavy 2.5 gigahertz area I'm, not around a lot of other Bluetooth devices, so it hasn't had any issues with disconnects with me Whatsoever, which is great that's using my Samsung Galaxy Tab s 6, and also my samsung galaxy s 10, plus that I've been using to test these out now in terms of the call quality average.
I mean it's, not amazing. It is better than some I've heard, and certainly worse, if you want the absolute best call quality, even look at more premium expensive models with four microphones. Now, the most annoying thing with these particular one. This particular model here is that the t20 ones the touch controls are hopeless, so so many times I have to tap it and it doesn't pause. I have to double tap to skip to the next track next track or if you want a triple tap to get the assistant to come on it won't work, the first go it never hardly ever works the first go so a lot of the times. I'M they're going tap tap tap tap then it works tap again, come on again again, so that is quite frustrating and then lack of volume. Controls on this really is a huge oversight there from all key that I think that all tws earbuds need to have volume controls on them. So that's one thing: now: the better life is average you're going to get about four hours. Now they claim five I'm seeing around about four hours. Twenty minutes. Thirty minutes I mean which is okay for the price tag and speaking of the sound quality, it does fit the price tag I think for 30 US dollars approximately their pay. For these you get very good bass, good meds, but the area of weakness for me is the vocals and then the highs you don't get crisp clean highs with these more expensive, more premium, tws earbuds will definitely have a better sound quality and then these ones.
However, I don't think they're actually bad at all, not bad sounding for the price you pay for these, so those are the t20 ones from all key. Thank you so much for watching this review.