I’ve tried many cheap wireless in-ear headphones but none of them is as cheap as the Omaker E10. Honestly, I couldn’t believe a manufacturer can be selling it for just over $10. Let’s see if this is a steal or just another junk product.
Design & Features
The Omaker E10 earphones actually have a very good look and it doesn’t feel like a cheap product at all. They have the same design as many other sports earbuds out there.
Since these are sports earphones, they should stay securely in place during workouts. Unfortunately, I’ve tried different ear tips and they often got loose gradually when I started running. The earhooks just could prevent the headphones from dropping out, they couldn’t help secure the ear tips.
The built-in battery could last up to 6 hours, so you just need to charge it after a few days of normal usage.
I tested some other budget wireless headphones which cost just a little more than this Omaker, so I expected a similar sound from these ones. Surprisingly, these sound terrible and I couldn’t listen to music with them for more than 5 minutes.
That was a muddy and bassy sound with some noticeable distortion. I couldn’t hear the vocals clearly, so I couldn’t enjoy any moment wearing the headphones. It was such a relief after I take them out of my ears.
- Good design
- Terrible sound
- Ear tips don’t stay securely
The Omaker E10 is the cheapest wireless in-ear monitors I’ve ever used, however, it doesn’t even worth the low price tag. We at TechWalls don’t recommend the product.
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