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Anker Soundcore Sport X10

Soundcore by Anker Sport X10: Comfortable, high-quality sound, long battery life for workouts.

Highlights
Anker Soundcore Sport X10: 210° ear hooks, 2× bass, waterproof, 32-hour playtime, personalized app.
Pros

- Waterproof
- Durable
- Good sound

Cons

- Battery life
- No noise cancelling

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$69.99

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The Soundcore by Anker Sport X10 True Wireless Bluetooth Sport Earbuds are a must-have for fitness enthusiasts who demand a comfortable and secure fit during their workouts. These earbuds feature 210° rotatable ear hooks that can be adjusted to fit all ear sizes, ensuring they stay in place even during the most intense workouts. The unique lightweight design makes them comfortable to wear for extended periods of time.

The Sport X10 earbuds boast a dynamic acoustic system that delivers 2× more bass while maintaining the clarity of mids and treble. The BassUp technology enhances the bass in real-time for an extra boost, making every workout session more enjoyable. The earbuds also have a fully waterproof, IPX7-rated build that protects against liquids and sweat, while the SweatGuard technology further defends against the corrosive properties of sweat.

Users can enjoy up to 32 hours of playtime, with 8 hours of music from a single charge and an additional 3 full recharges via the charging case. This means users can focus on their workout without worrying about running out of battery life. The personalized app experience allows users to focus on breathing exercises, customize sound profiles with 22 EQ presets, and tailor controls to their preferences.

Key Features:

  • 210° rotatable ear hooks for ultimate fit and comfort
  • Dynamic acoustic system with 2× more bass and clarity of mids and treble
  • BassUp technology enhances bass in real-time
  • Fully waterproof, IPX7-rated build to protect against liquids and sweat
  • SweatGuard technology defends against the corrosive properties of sweat
  • Up to 32 hours of playtime with 8 hours of music from a single charge and an additional 3 full recharges via the charging case
  • Personalized app experience with breathing exercises, 22 EQ presets, and tailored controls

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At amazon.com you can purchase a soundcore by Anker Sport X10 True Wireless Bluetooth Sport Earbuds, Rotatable Over-Ear Hooks for Ultimate Comfort and Secure Fit, Deep Bass, IPX7 Waterproof, Sweatproof, Fast Charge, App, Gym, Running for only $69.99., which is 44% less than the cost in eBay ($125.00). The cheapest price was found on May 13, 2024 11:13 am. – View Buying Options

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// MORE INFO

The Anker Soundcore Sport X10 is a compact and durable wireless earbud that offers exceptional sound quality and impressive battery life. Designed with sport enthusiasts in mind, these earbuds are waterproof and sweat-resistant, ensuring uninterrupted listening during even the most intense workouts.

What sets the Anker Soundcore Sport X10 apart is its powerful sound performance, with deep bass and clear treble that add depth and richness to your music. The earbuds are also equipped with noise-cancelling technology that blocks out external noise, giving you an immersive listening experience.

Moreover, the earbuds can be easily connected to any Bluetooth-enabled device, providing seamless pairing for your music on-the-go. With a 6-hour battery life, you can listen to your favourite playlist throughout the day without worrying about running out of power.

In addition, the earbuds come with a carry case that doubles as a charging dock, allowing you to charge them on-the-go. Whether you're running, hiking or simply taking a walk, the Anker Soundcore Sport X10 will provide you with the perfect soundtrack to your active lifestyle.

  • Ultimate Fit and Comfort with 210° Rotatable Ear Hooks
  • Hardcore Beats with 2× More Bass and BassUp Technology
  • Exercise-Proof with IPX7-rated Waterproof and SweatGuard Technology
  • Up to 32 Hours Playtime with Charging Case
  • Personalized App Experience with Breathing Exercises, Sound Profile, and Control Customization
  • // MEDIA GALLERY

    // PRODUCT SPECS

    Item Weight: 1.6 ounces
    Item model number: A3961
    Batteries: 2 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
    Date First Available: 2022, March 29
    Department: Mens
    Manufacturer: Anker
    Country of Origin: China
    Anker Soundcore Sport X10
    released on March 29, 2022
    Can it be paired with comp0uter/laptop? to be in Zoom, to watch YouTube or movies?

    Yes, I use mine with my computer and regularly with zoom calls. It works well.

    Are they comfortable to wear

    I think comfort is subjective but for me they are very comfortable. I can wear them for hours at a time with no discomfort. The ear hook is flexible and loops over just enough of the upper ear to keep the earbud secure but is very light, almost unnoticeable. Great earbuds for working out, running or walking and excellent sound quality. These are my favorite earbuds of the 10 or more TWS earbuds that I have.

    Do these earbuds have on/off button so that they can be turned on without depending on the case?

    The initial answers above are INCORRECT, disseminating FALSE INFORMATION. You just hold your finger on the earbud where all the other controls are located until they power down. Each turns off independently, so you have to hold a finger down on each earbud individually. This is a standard way to turn off almost ALL BT EARBUDS on the market which don't have physical buttons, in addition to using the case, which is also standard.

    Any manufacture warranty?

    according to sound core it is 18 months

    Can these be used while swimming laps in a pool?

    From the product listing:


    // NEWS ARTICLES

    Anker's bassy Sport X10 earbuds are on sale for less than $60 right ... - The Verge

    April 15, 2023 - The Verge

    Anker Soundcore Sport X10 Review - PCMag

    June 21, 2022 - PCMag

    // PRODUCT SUMMARY

    The Anker Soundcore Sport X10 is a highly durable wireless earphone designed for those with an active lifestyle. With a rugged design and IPX7 water resistance, it can withstand even the most rigorous workouts. The earbuds also feature high-quality sound, Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, and a secure fit for comfortable use on the go.

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    // REVIEWS

    6 Reviews for Anker Soundcore Sport X10

    1. Lorenzo Giancristofaro

      I purchased these earbuds after trying the Life A2NC and being very disappointed by the fit. The Sport X10 are a truly great product. They have good sound, breathing exercises built in, great battery life, are very comfortable to wear and the bendable loops mean the case can stay compact.The problem I have, which turns out to be the main reason why I bought them, is the ANC. For some reason, no matter what I’m doing, the ANC turns off randomly and I have to go into the app to change it.When it does work, in noisy environments like the London tube, the earbuds shoot weird sounds that make the listening experience quite annoying.ANC is still in beta for some reason, Soundcore has had ANC in its earbuds for years, but maybe they are testing out a new technology so I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt. Perhaps my earbuds are faulty, or maybe I just have to wait for a firmware update.I will update the review if I notice any changes.

    2. Furdragon

      So, they mention indeed that there is an app to go with these. Seems fine, right? You can only control so much with the buttons on a tiny pair of earphones after all. But the catch is a pretty huge, very cringe one. In order to USE this app whatsoever, they force you to make an account.This is entirely extraneous.The app could absolutely be built to simply work with hardware connected to the device. It shouldn’t even need internet access, let alone your email and the generation of a user profile.Beyond all that, though, and this is not clearly defined at any point of the purchasing process, this account you make is also a form of social media. It’s literally like Soundcore’s own branded Twitter, or something. It even tries to shoehorn in RPG mechanics of experience points and levelling, wow. Talk about feature creep! All anyone wants is headphones that last the day, stay connected, sound alright, don’t fall out. We just want a product that works. We don’t want weird gamified knockoffs of Twitter involved just so we can listen to an audiobook or call our mums.The marketing department REALLY ran away with this it seems, I’m honestly a bit in shock. I’m considering just returning them. It’s very insulting to me, especially as we have proven studies now that social media is actively detrimental to one’s mental health, and many of us do our best to LIMIT and REDUCE our use of and exposure to social media for our health.They’re functional, mid headphones overall, and my overall rating would’ve probably been a four or perhaps a five if I was in a good mood, but I thought I was buying earphones, not opening Pandora’s Box.At least some other products running these unfortunate models like activity trackers are upfront about what they’re doing, they work off subscription payments, which is awful, but it makes it clear what to steer clear of.With these, you are literally paying for a full-priced item that will not function unless you sign up for their Facebook wannabe service.There MUST be a cadre among the Anker company who thinks this is just as painful and useless as I do, but some person with too much power and probably too many yes-men was in charge? It’s just honestly gobsmacking.Welcome to the modern cyber-dystopia, I guess.

    3. Lewis Idle

      If you’re looking for a set of earbuds that are comfortable, secure, and have a fantastic sound palette, then look no further than the X10s.Ultimately I use them for running, and they do not disappoint. They stay securely in the ear – I’d wager they’d even survive a good mosh pit, if pushed to the test! – and they place no pressure either on the inner ear canal or outer ear, which tends to be the case with other earbuds on the market. The hook clasp is extremely secure and, contrary to what others have said, not remotely fiddly or fragile. Rather, the clasp is both flexible – as it needs to be to suit a range of ears – and robust, so there are no worries here.The sound palette is astonishing too. I count myself as a bit of an audiophile and like to try my hand at music production every so often. While these earphones are not suitable for this – they have an additive bass tone that would get in the way of production – they are perfect for any song or piece you try them on. Remember: if you don’t like the Soundcore signature sound that comes with the app – which is bass heavy – you can always change this and choose something that sounds your tastes, so you aren’t confined to a bass heavy track profile.As far as connectivity goes, I haven’t experienced a single problem. X10s connect flawlessly to my MacBook and Samsung mobile phone; and as yet I haven’t experienced a drop out in sound. The battery life is also fantastic, giving you many hours of playback during the day before you even think of charging them; and as the case packs quite a few charges, you won’t have to worry when they eventually run out of juice.So all in all, a very well designed and executed product, worthy of five stars.

    4. Mr Flibble

      Firstly the rotatable hooks are great as they allow for the earbuds to fit into the case better and make the case smaller. They hold the earbuds in my ear better then any other earbud I’ve tried and allow me to feel confident in wearing them that they won’t fall out and get lost at all.The noise cancelling is great, stops me being distracted while listening to music and playing games.The transparency could do with being a little louder as it is a bit of a struggle to make out what people are saying while wearing them, however the feature does work.The battery life is excellent, I’m yet to see them drop below 50% and have used them for multiple hours straight with noise cancelling enabled.They also come with plenty of silicon bits to help them fit any type of ear, they are so soft you could probably use one’s that are too big without even noticing.They have an app, which is very simple to use and works very well, it allows some customisation of the buttons on the earbuds as well as allowing you to see which mode you are on and switch between themThe microphones sound as good as a regular phone on calls.The sound quality is fantastic, it’s a bit bassy but not too bassy and you can alter the sound balance on the app. There are multiple preset options including a bass boost so you can customize them to you.Ultimately if you need secure fitting earbuds then these are great as the hook and silicon options will allow them to fit nearly every ear. They sound fantastic, the microphone quality is great and they have all the features of more premium earbuds at a lower cost. Highly recommended. 🙂

    5. Like@NathanDrake

      UPDATE: the sound cut outs and disconnects were from my phone. It needed to be updated and it began doing the same thing with my old headphones, my car, and my Bluetooth speaker at home. Performed a restart and an update and everything’s working better now! So that was on me, not the headphones. My other complaints do stand, but the primary issue was the sound cut outs, and now that I know it’s not these headphones I like them much more! Still maybe not worth the $60 price tag, but they’re pretty good honestly. Also, I’m 1 month into using them 2-3 times a week for 2 hours per use, and I still haven’t needed to charge them, so the charge is admirably awesome!ORIGINAL:These aren’t the WORST headphones you could wear. But they’re far from the best, especially for the price.I had a pair of Anker Bluetooth sport headphones I bought from Walmart in 2017 for $50 and those things were dynamite. They looked a little dorky I guess with the cord connecting them around the back of my head, but they were troopers. They’re still going strong after 6 years now, except for battery life (which I expected to just go out like years ago).Bottom line, I really trusted this company from these headphones quality.That trust has been broken.Glitchy controls, terrible pairing, and already worse sound quality to name a few.Controls – there is 1 control on both ear. I don’t think they can be changed, which is fine. Right is 1 click sound up, 2 clicks pause/play. Left is 1 click sound down, 2 clicks skip track. Simple enough. However, the buttons don’t always react, and when they do there’s a delay. Meaning the music doesn’t ratchet up or down when you want it to, so I go “oh it didn’t register the button, let me hit it again” and then boom – track skipped, or song paused. Annoying.Pairing – this is simply bad. I don’t know if the buds are always seeking or what. But they disconnect from my phone about 3 times per gym session. And it’s not always both buds – sometimes it’s just 1. Or it’ll cut in and out of connection during an entire song. There is no way to turn off the buds or reset the pairing without the case, which I do not carry in the gym; I leave it in my bag. And for a pair of earbuds, the case is relatively clunky and large, and it won’t stay in my pockets in gym shorts. This is just a complete defect of the product in my opinion.Sound quality – I’ve had these for 2 weeks and they’re already quieter than my 2017 pair…. Come on man. I’m consistently getting warnings from my iPhone that my volume is dangerously loud because I’m basically at 80% on average for most of the session just to actually have the music sound good. For comparison, I’ve had 2nd gen AirPods since 2019 and I keep them on about 55-60% most of the time, usually with general quieter music than workout music. Sure I’m not in a noisy gym most of the time, but still.Two good things to say – battery life is fine, you can get about 5-6 uses out of them before you need to recharge the case. Also it’s nice it comes with multiple sets of buds, but they can be a liability as they pop off VERY easily and I almost lost one today in the locker room just trying to wipe them on my tshirt.All in all, for $60 I wasted my money. Overall very disappointed in these. My call is save your money for another month or so and grab some earbuds from Beats or JLab when they’re on sale. These are a fine backup pair, but I’m not even a month in and I’m already on the look for new headphones.

    6. Neil A.

      I have tried a lot headphones to wear during cycling (one ear only) and these are the best so far as the hook really helps them stay in your ears. I have mostly Anker units and they all worked very well with long battery life. Great value for the money. The battery life on these is very good and the case allowing for recharge when not near a power source is a great feature and I can ride over 5 hours on a charge and 2 weeks without recharging the case. You have to press a tiny mechanical button to change songs or get to the assistant but have not had any issues except when wearing thick gloves. They are comfortable with the hook over my ear even with my sunglasses. Sound quality and volume level is just fine even on windy rides. I used these 4-5 times a week year round cycling in cold weather down to 10 deg F. and 98 deg F. in the summer. I contacted the customer service as they shipped with the song skip only on the left ear. I asked if I could change that and they quickly replied telling me to download the Soundcore app on my phone where I as able to change what the single and double clicks to for each ear piece. The app is useful for firmware updates and other things and you do NOT have to use the app once you setup everything. This is the #1 reason they are great for when you only want to wear one earpiece at time. Because they are very small they can be dropped especially when wearing my wool gloves. One time a small drop resulted in buzzing sound that cleared up with a reset for the right earpiece as I was only wearing the one. Last week the right one stopped working but the left one was still good. I tried everything but it would not power on or connect. I filled out a Warranty request on Ankers website submitting all the information (serial number is on the box, so save it) and they replied the same day with troubleshooting steps which I did again but then you can reply back stating nothing helped and they then shipped me a replacment set in 3 days. Fantastic service and I am happy to have my right ear working again. Anker could improve them by allowing more features for the clicks when using only 1 at a time. You have to chose between volume or track changes when only using one of them, you can not have both. They should work to make them more resisitant to drops and allowing a battery replacement so they don’t go trash when battery stops working.

    7. Lewis Idle

      If you’re looking for a set of earbuds that are comfortable, secure, and have a fantastic sound palette, then look no further than the X10s.Ultimately I use them for running, and they do not disappoint. They stay securely in the ear – I’d wager they’d even survive a good mosh pit, if pushed to the test! – and they place no pressure either on the inner ear canal or outer ear, which tends to be the case with other earbuds on the market. The hook clasp is extremely secure and, contrary to what others have said, not remotely fiddly or fragile. Rather, the clasp is both flexible – as it needs to be to suit a range of ears – and robust, so there are no worries here.The sound palette is astonishing too. I count myself as a bit of an audiophile and like to try my hand at music production every so often. While these earphones are not suitable for this – they have an additive bass tone that would get in the way of production – they are perfect for any song or piece you try them on. Remember: if you don’t like the Soundcore signature sound that comes with the app – which is bass heavy – you can always change this and choose something that sounds your tastes, so you aren’t confined to a bass heavy track profile.As far as connectivity goes, I haven’t experienced a single problem. X10s connect flawlessly to my MacBook and Samsung mobile phone; and as yet I haven’t experienced a drop out in sound. The battery life is also fantastic, giving you many hours of playback during the day before you even think of charging them; and as the case packs quite a few charges, you won’t have to worry when they eventually run out of juice.So all in all, a very well designed and executed product, worthy of five stars.

    8. Ruby H.

      I have tried a lot headphones to wear during cycling (one ear only) and these are the best so far as the hook really helps them stay in your ears. I have mostly Anker units and they all worked very well with long battery life. Great value for the money. The battery life on these is very good and the case allowing for recharge when not near a power source is a great feature and I can ride over 5 hours on a charge and 2 weeks without recharging the case. You have to press a tiny mechanical button to change songs or get to the assistant but have not had any issues except when wearing thick gloves. They are comfortable with the hook over my ear even with my sunglasses. Sound quality and volume level is just fine even on windy rides. I used these 4-5 times a week year round cycling in cold weather down to 10 deg F. and 98 deg F. in the summer. I contacted the customer service as they shipped with the song skip only on the left ear. I asked if I could change that and they quickly replied telling me to download the Soundcore app on my phone where I as able to change what the single and double clicks to for each ear piece. The app is useful for firmware updates and other things and you do NOT have to use the app once you setup everything. This is the #1 reason they are great for when you only want to wear one earpiece at time. Because they are very small they can be dropped especially when wearing my wool gloves. One time a small drop resulted in buzzing sound that cleared up with a reset for the right earpiece as I was only wearing the one. Last week the right one stopped working but the left one was still good. I tried everything but it would not power on or connect. I filled out a Warranty request on Ankers website submitting all the information (serial number is on the box, so save it) and they replied the same day with troubleshooting steps which I did again but then you can reply back stating nothing helped and they then shipped me a replacment set in 3 days. Fantastic service and I am happy to have my right ear working again. Anker could improve them by allowing more features for the clicks when using only 1 at a time. You have to chose between volume or track changes when only using one of them, you can not have both. They should work to make them more resisitant to drops and allowing a battery replacement so they don’t go trash when battery stops working.

    9. Furdragon

      So, they mention indeed that there is an app to go with these. Seems fine, right? You can only control so much with the buttons on a tiny pair of earphones after all. But the catch is a pretty huge, very cringe one. In order to USE this app whatsoever, they force you to make an account.This is entirely extraneous.The app could absolutely be built to simply work with hardware connected to the device. It shouldn’t even need internet access, let alone your email and the generation of a user profile.Beyond all that, though, and this is not clearly defined at any point of the purchasing process, this account you make is also a form of social media. It’s literally like Soundcore’s own branded Twitter, or something. It even tries to shoehorn in RPG mechanics of experience points and levelling, wow. Talk about feature creep! All anyone wants is headphones that last the day, stay connected, sound alright, don’t fall out. We just want a product that works. We don’t want weird gamified knockoffs of Twitter involved just so we can listen to an audiobook or call our mums.The marketing department REALLY ran away with this it seems, I’m honestly a bit in shock. I’m considering just returning them. It’s very insulting to me, especially as we have proven studies now that social media is actively detrimental to one’s mental health, and many of us do our best to LIMIT and REDUCE our use of and exposure to social media for our health.They’re functional, mid headphones overall, and my overall rating would’ve probably been a four or perhaps a five if I was in a good mood, but I thought I was buying earphones, not opening Pandora’s Box.At least some other products running these unfortunate models like activity trackers are upfront about what they’re doing, they work off subscription payments, which is awful, but it makes it clear what to steer clear of.With these, you are literally paying for a full-priced item that will not function unless you sign up for their Facebook wannabe service.There MUST be a cadre among the Anker company who thinks this is just as painful and useless as I do, but some person with too much power and probably too many yes-men was in charge? It’s just honestly gobsmacking.Welcome to the modern cyber-dystopia, I guess.

    10. Lorenzo Giancristofaro

      I purchased these earbuds after trying the Life A2NC and being very disappointed by the fit. The Sport X10 are a truly great product. They have good sound, breathing exercises built in, great battery life, are very comfortable to wear and the bendable loops mean the case can stay compact.The problem I have, which turns out to be the main reason why I bought them, is the ANC. For some reason, no matter what I’m doing, the ANC turns off randomly and I have to go into the app to change it.When it does work, in noisy environments like the London tube, the earbuds shoot weird sounds that make the listening experience quite annoying.ANC is still in beta for some reason, Soundcore has had ANC in its earbuds for years, but maybe they are testing out a new technology so I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt. Perhaps my earbuds are faulty, or maybe I just have to wait for a firmware update.I will update the review if I notice any changes.

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