Crazybaby has been all over the map with its true wireless headphones. While we were excited about the original Crazybaby Air True Wireless headphones’ unique design, comfort, and USB-C charging, using them was frustrating. The wireless connection kept cutting out, battery life was awful, and the earbuds would die suddenly. It was an underbaked product, plain and simple. We then reviewed the Crazybaby Air Nano … which, somehow, was even worse. So bad that, often, we couldn’t get them to stay paired for a single song. You can imagine our hesitation, then, before reviewing the Crazybaby Air 1s, a sequel to the original that promises to improve on its predecessor in every way. Thankfully, that’s turned out to be the case – the company fixed most of the issues and it’s what the Crazybaby Air should have been originally. While it’s great to see the company address the problems … unfortunately, it’s too little, too late. There are already better true wireless headphones out there, all of which best the Air 1s in battery life, feature set and, most importantly, price. Design Crazybaby kept the brilliant design of the original Air, merely changing the color options to differentiate the two generations. (The review unit sent to TechRadar came in a handsome matte gray and looks awesome.) The earbuds are some of the smallest and lowest profile we’ve tested, making them extremely comfortable, and even enabled us to fall asleep while wearing them. Each earbud features a single button and each… [Read full story]
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