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7 Reviews for TOZO A3 Wireless Earbuds

  1. Tony Clark

    A different design for these Tozo. Half in ear, which means they kind of sit in the ear rather than squeeze fit. Perfect for thos who don’t like stuffing things in their ears. Does mean though that you can here things around you, so perfect for travel when you don’t want to miss anything around you like train announcements.Great controls for these. Intuitive as with all Tozo products. Taps work perfectly.The case is very compact and battery life seems impeccable. I love the cool white leds, a nice touch over the ghastly red or green usually found on ear buds.

  2. Joe

    Tozo A3 72 hour testI bought one pair of Tozo A2 and one pair of Tozo A3 on 07 December 2022.The Tozo A3 buds are a very snug and comfortable fit. The ‘half’ in ear ‘fit’ takes a bit of getting used to. I compared them to my wife’s new £250 Apple AirPods Pro. The difference in sound quality is barely discernible.I paid £33.29 for them, so 13.50% of the cost of the Apple AirPod Pros. I have just noted the A3 Buds price has recently dropped to £16.99 (6.80% of the Apple AirPods Pro cost).I wear buds for between 6 and 12 hours a day, so comfort and ‘fitness for purpose’ are of paramount importance to me. The A3 buds score very well. Call clarity was good on all of the platforms I use (MS Teams, WhatsApp, WeChat, Viber etc). Remembering which bud to tap and for how many times was a bit of a challenge, but I got much better as the usage test progressed. Auto connecting between my various Apple devices was very easy, so switching between devices was not problematic in any way.The buds paired automatically and seamlessly with my iPhone 23 Pro Max, switching between it, my Apple iPad Pro my M1 iMac and M2 MacBook Air and never let me down during my circa 36 hour usage test. Battery life is impressive, recharge times ditto.I am now using the A3 buds for about an hour or so each day, walking the dogs.

  3. Xmetal

    Update 2: Hopefully this is the last update (dont want to overdue it on updating reviews) I have to that I have never had a high end pair of buds that are typical when people think of high end buds … (say high end Sonys or Apple buds) and I have seen a few people compare the sound of these two the Airpods that look just like this … I cant do that but hearing (no pun) people rave about the Airpods, I think “oh these sound better than those” maybe overselling these. HAVING SAID THAT… overall I like these more and more, as I use them. They have typical (aka great) TOZO quality and depending on what music i am listening to, the mids dont sound as “off” (I say that very loosely ) as I first felt. The mids and separation COULD be improved even though I do like these buds and the battery life could be improved. I still cant bring myself to say that for the same price, these would be worth it over the TOZO T6’s (one of TOZO’s best that I own) … however I think i may have been a bit harsh in my original review versus how i feel now.Update: I have to say that I have seen these for $16.99 + Amazon coupon regularly here so in that price range, they are worth it, no doubt … my “eh you may want to look at other TOZO products” was for when I saw them at $23.99 and no coupon here … when the TOZO T6’s were about $21.99 being on regular lightning deals. in that case if you dont care about the in-ear vs semi-in ear difference… go with the better buds and save money… however the semi-in ear design WAS a key reason i wanted these .. plus I love TOZO products. I also KNOW that being semi-in ear they may fall out compared to an ear in deisgn when say working out (heck that is why they have “sports ear buds” with ear-hooks.I still say the mids could use some work but in nearly sub $15 … to have a well made decent sounding bud … I cant complain too much.There is NO real noise isolation but that is the nature of semi-in ear buds not counting some high end Apple buds that I UNDERSTAND have ANC too and good ANC.The one con i’d say i still have is the glossy feel + the smaller case means sometimes they are hard to get out … even turning the case upside shaking them, (that is a “pro” for the magnets however) doesn’t work … i have to grab them just the right way to get them out. Not a big deal and still happy I bought them. For the right price i’d even consider picking up a 3rd pair (second backup pair) for easy listening, jazz or just those times i dont want something IN my ear … not that I have an issue with in-ear buds but sometimes i am just not in the mood for that style. TOZO would make a hit if they had A3’s slightly bigger, more battery life and more separation in the case (that being why they are bigger) .. also improved tuning … say call the T3’s (like the T6’s but in this semi-in ear style … heck the fit of these is great as-is)Typing that last part reminded me of that other con … the stems are so short that when i just adjust them in my ear i trigger the touchpad hence the controls … annoying when it happens but any of these cons DO NOT make me dislike these … just say the stems being short issue there … i think “oh … i will be more mindful when adjusting these”.I DO disagree with “these would please an audiophile” reviews .. .I just feel like that is really over-selling these. Heck I dont even thing these are the best sounding TOZOs I have .. they still sound good enough but “these are the best sounding earbuds ever” will disappoint some people, expecting too much out of the sound, in my view————————————————-I have gotten to a point where listing the Bluetooth speakers, earbuds, or headphones I have would take up too much of the review, but TOZO alone .. .not counting family members who got wireless chargers and 2 pair (after almost losing the first pair and loving them) of T6’s … I have two pair of TOZO T6’s myself, as well as two pair of NC2s and now these A3s. I always wished TOZO would make a semi-in ear option as I am not always in the mood for an ear in style bud but I do not dislike them either.These are the first TOZOs in that semi-in ear style I have seen and I picked them up when I saw the sub $15 price at the time. I hate to get “negative” right away but just to start the review … I LIKE THESE but never having a pair of Airpods myself … I think comparing these to them may be a bit of a stretch. I just want to say that for those expecting TOP quality and top ANC and stuff like that. These are great for the price… but you are comparing these in two different price ranges entirely and I feel some folks may be disappointed in these great buds, just because their expectations were WAY TOO high.I will start off with my cons … these are Cons for me but not deal breakers or any big deal. There maybe other “general cons” I list below but that has to do with these not being the in-ear style and for this style which I WANTED, its “too be expected”.Cons:- Sometimes they seem “hard” to get out of the case … I have had earbuds hard to get out overall and while I say this … I have had worse .. and I SORT OF say this loosely … I mean it but its not a huge deal. I think the buds being “slippery” (so to speak) is part of the reason for this. I have to bring this up, but again its not a huge deal- Controls – The controls are good … I put that into “Pros” but since the stems on these are shorter than I am use to … which at first seems like a good thing… to adjust these I sort of grab them by the stems, but ALSO I put my finger on where the sensors are and I always trigger some command I didn’t mean to. This is not a huge deal but just something that has happened and I decided to mention it. Totally not a huge deal though.- Note this Con is for all semi-in ear buds and even some IN ear buds… If you are doing a lot of moving around and/or maybe running or something at the gym … a semi-in ear bud may not be for you … what I mean is if you are doing that I can see these falling out a bit … not an issue specific to this brand or model … but just a thing to note for some folks. I also have to say that I was not shocked by this (falling out if I moved a lot) nor was it my use-case while wearing these.Semi-”Cons”/ but more “here is where it’d be better/could be better”:- I wish the battery lasted long on the buds AND the case….. though I will comment on this in a moment. I have not hard to charge them YET but am just going on the advertised numbers.- Sound quality – I don’t want to over or under “sell” this but having the TOZO T6’s and NC2 which I ADMIT that many sites I have seen … the reviewers who have tried these two models and the T12’s and T10s as well as the NC7 or NC9s … they say “The T6 and/or NC2s are their two favorites” and I am comparing the sound to those. They are not as good as the T6’s which I use daily and love… but for sub $15 at times … these are decent sounding. I just saw another review where the user said these need help in the mids … I totally agree … they sound good don’t get me wrong, but they can be improved. Also note that may use-case is listening to music, watching Youtube, and watching Movies and TV Shows. I think if you use these for podcasts or audiobooks mostly then this sound “issue” is less noticeable. I have had a pair that I got for $15 that I didn’t have high hopes for … sound wise and comfort wise, these BLOW THOSE OUT OF THE WATER.I have to note here that these SEEM like TOZO’s sub $20 A series of semi-in ear buds … the battery issue and tuning/sound issue may be “fixed” if they say release a $20-$35 model .. .say the “T3’s” (note: I made that model number up) say the same style earbud, with a stem a tad longer, maybe the case is a LITTLE bigger…. Basically some of these “could be improved” thoughts would be likely on the next semi-in ear model of TOZOs up, which may be their next offering, anyway.Also there is NO ANC and even no real passive NC here but that is what you typically get with semi-in ear earbudsPros:- Comfort/Build Quality – One of the main reasons I wanted these though I knew some of those “could be improved” things were going to be a part of these buds … was the fact that I love TOZO products and am a fan of wearing semi-in ear styles at times and for that .. these are very comfortable. I had a pair of LASUNEY earbuds that I purchased for the same price. I don’t want to oversell this but they actually hurt my ears (again I don’t want to go overboard) and they were SO FLAT sounding .. like even my Jlab GO Air Pop’s in Balanced mode that I consider “flat sounding” sounded so dynamic compared to the LASUEY’s … and to be honest there are 100’s of “no-name brand” buds in this say $15 or maybe less range and you can get real bad products.I have to watch how I say this because some may take it the wrong way. I see where TOZO cut BACK to make these generally (most times) sub-$20 and even $15 or so … I mean cut BACK … not “this is where TOZO got cheap” … while I feel they are not as good (maybe the glozzy case is just making me think that… I am open to do an update to this review later) as the TOZO build quality wise … Comfort and Build Quality wise … these are very good and better than what I’d expect in this price range.While I had issues with them … the Earfun Air Free Mini’s (which I had to return but I picture being like TOZO’s A1s even though I don’t have the A1s) … those were built good too I admit … the sub $20 range I think is where you can get cheap PRICED buds but also cheap QUALITY buds … I’d say any part of TOZO’s A series which is in that range price wise are well made … even if other TOZO buds are just made …. I was going to say “better” but I feel that is saying these are made “cheap”. I admit I am not sure how I want to word this but … bottom line is these are made well … but the higher priced TOZOs with bigger battery times and better sound seem better… now are the A3s similar to the A1s and A2s ? … I don’t have them to say, but I am guessing “yes”.- Sound Quality – These are not the best … there could be better separation .. and the mids sound good do not get me wrong … but they don’t sound as good as some of my other buds, but I have also heard much worse. For the price range of under $20, they really sound good, but for some expecting them to sound just as good as some really higher end buds… those people may be disappointed. One issue I have is one of the models I use regularly are my TOZO T6’s and SOME consider them to be one of TOZOs best OVERALL (say the NC9’s may have good ANC, but “not as good overall sound quality to the T6’s” in some reviews) earbuds … so comparing the sound profile of the T6s’ to these A3s may be unfair … I do think that another bud in this sub $20 price range does sound better … the Jlab Go Air Pop…. HOWEVER … that is with EQ help too and also in the built in EQ option of “Jlab Signature” … NOT the other two built in Jlab Eqs (Bass or Balanced). If you compare the A3s to those two Jlab Go Air Pop Eqs … its more of an even match. I also can not compare these to the A1s or A2s from TOZO though I picture all 3 of the “A series” buds are going to sound similar.These sound decent for the price range and even blow some in this range away (mainly because THOSE buds are so bad sounding) but just manage your expectations is all I am saying. If you plan on listening to podcasts and/or audio books … don’t worry about any of this Equalizer stuff… these will be great.———————————————-I’d totally recommend these as long as you know what you are getting. There is no ANC, there is no real passive NC (that is to be expected except for MAYBE certain Airpods with ANC and a semi-in ear design .. the battery life could be better, but these are VERY comfortable to me.The ONE time I can say I do not recommend these (so to speak) is when I see these for $23.99 and no Amazon coupon … even with a 10% off coupon it’s not worth it … BECAUSE overall … I have seen TOZO’s T6’s on lightning deals every few days it seems for $21 or so … that is a much better overall deal… save $2 and possibly (i’d love to try their NC7 or NC9 buds… the NC2’s are really good) get one of TOZO’s best models.I also have to say that I saw a used-Like New pair from TOZO’s store (I think) come up … $11.99 … as I am typing it another seller has the A3’s for that price and I have a second pair coming that hasn’t shipped … and yes I know there is no warranty from TOZO on this second pair, but I am SO HAPPY I ordered another one. I side-sleep and at times when I don’t care about the buds blocking out noise, I enjoy having this style of bud in … at least the ear facing away from the pillow … I hardly feel them in my ear at all.

  4. Joe

    This is my review of the new Tozo A3 wireless headphones that are similar in style to the apple AirPods.Unboxing:Included in the box is the headphones in their case, instructions and quick set up guide, and a usb-c charger – you need to have your own usb to wall device. But who doesn’t these days!Case:The case is slick high polished white plastic with a snap magnetic hinge to keep the headphones in place. It has a reset button on the bottom and a battery indicator light showing how much charge left. It runs from green to amber and red. Green is 80-100%. Orange very vague at 20-80, and red 20. But at least you know when to charge up.The headphones magnetically snap down into their seats in the case so they’re kept secure even with the lid open. They light up with a white glow when you open and immediately go about pairing with a device. This was as easy as going to the Bluetooth on my iPhone and clicking the A3’s and done. From then on as soon as you flip the case lid they pair.Headphones:They’re a nice mix of curves and angular plastic that sit comfortably and securely in my ears. No danger of them falling out when moving around and the toil is short enough not to catch on things like a bag or jumper or scarf.You get loads of tap features with these from the expected play, pause, skip to calling Siri, and even adjusting the volume up and down just with sequences of taps and holds. Once you learn them it’s really easy.When you’re finished just put them back in the case, shut the lid and they disconnect. That simple.You can also use them as hands free for phone calls and it seems to handle call quality fairly well on test.Sound:They sound pretty good for the price. Good amounts of bass but some well tuned treble and mids. They’re probably a bit more of the bass side but the phone eq can adjust that. They go nice and loud though, I can listen to my iPods on max if it’s noisy, but these I only go about half to 3/4 and that’s enough. The music is better about half volume and sound far clearer than at low volumes though.Battery:Time will tell in real world use but we’re quoted 5.5 hours which is more than long enough for any of my commuting and journeys.Overall:A great set of in ear headphones that won’t break the bank. Yes you can get higher quality sound out there, but for the price and size these are a perfect pair of headphones for those who want convenience of a pocket sized package. Great for music, audiobooks and all your listening and phone call needs.

  5. Troy Warr

    I like these earbuds for one specific use case, but overall there are better, more well-rounded options if that use cases doesn’t apply to you – like the TOZO A1 (same price) or better yet, the TOZO Crystal Buds (a little more than double the price, but well worth it).I wear these exclusively while I’m out and about in the world, running errands and that sort of thing, where I might need to take them out quickly to be able to hear people talking to me, or I might get a phone call that I want to take. Their extended antenna and lack of removable tips makes it effortless to remove and reinsert them into my ear canal without dropping/losing a tip or having to recompress and reinsert (I use foam tips to get the best sound quality and isolation). Their glossy white surface also makes keeping them clean very easy.Unfortunately, the drawback is that these don’t seal in your ear canal (although they’re well-shaped for my ears and get respectably close), which negatively affects sound quality and fidelity, especially bass. Having said that, I’m not sure if TOZO has *overcompensated* for the potential loss of bass by giving these a *lot* of bass bias – to a fault, in my opinion.Rather than a pleasant powerful thump, bass is boomy and very muddy, and comes at the expense of mids and highs getting totally lost in the mix. Vocals are distant and thin, and guitars and other midrange instruments are easily overpowered by boomy bass. It sounds like an EQ with the deepest bass turned all the way up, and everything else flat or even turned down. Even if you really like bass, this is probably not the kind you prefer.As I mentioned, for the same money, you can get a pair of TOZO A1 earbuds, which have a different body and case shape, but similar features, including removable earbud tips. Get a set of foam tip replacements (like ZNARI T500) and jam away with pretty darn good, decently well-rounded sound for the money. Those have a fair amount of bass but it’s not overpowering at all.Or, if your budget allows, spring for an extra $20 for TOZO Crystal Buds (I’d also recommend the foam tips for those), which have really blown me away with sound quality rivaling midrange over-ear headphones. They most definitely punch above their weight class. Plus, those have longer battery life and some extra features like integration with the TOZO app, which gives you some EQ preset options that let you change the sound character a bit. Those have punchy bass (the good kind) but also have very clear mids and highs that really give you the full experience of your music. Nothing is drowned out, muddy, or muffled – they’re very balanced in their sound.To sum up, these can be convenient to use and can give you the look of Apple Airpods (if that’s important), but in my opinion, that’s at the cost of relatively poor, overly bass-heavy, boomy, muddy sound. I’d strongly recommend one of those other two TOZO models instead.

  6. Vish

    The main reason I got these is for phone calls – I have other bluetooth earbuds I use for music etc but found that the microphone was lacking so decided to try the A3. The microphone is a lot better on these so I’m happy, I keep the case in my bag and use them if I need to make some phone calls on the go, and the person on the other end mentioned it sounds miles better (hard to evaluate mic quality without having to cringe at listening to your own recorded voice haha).The case is fairly small and sleek, and the earbuds themselves are the hard plastic kind, no silicone attachments for different sizes, so may be an issue for some folk though it works fine for me.

  7. Joe

    Tozo A3 72 hour testI bought one pair of Tozo A2 and one pair of Tozo A3 on 07 December 2022.The Tozo A3 buds are a very snug and comfortable fit. The ‘half’ in ear ‘fit’ takes a bit of getting used to. I compared them to my wife’s new £250 Apple AirPods Pro. The difference in sound quality is barely discernible.I paid £33.29 for them, so 13.50% of the cost of the Apple AirPod Pros. I have just noted the A3 Buds price has recently dropped to £16.99 (6.80% of the Apple AirPods Pro cost).I wear buds for between 6 and 12 hours a day, so comfort and ‘fitness for purpose’ are of paramount importance to me. The A3 buds score very well. Call clarity was good on all of the platforms I use (MS Teams, WhatsApp, WeChat, Viber etc). Remembering which bud to tap and for how many times was a bit of a challenge, but I got much better as the usage test progressed. Auto connecting between my various Apple devices was very easy, so switching between devices was not problematic in any way.The buds paired automatically and seamlessly with my iPhone 23 Pro Max, switching between it, my Apple iPad Pro my M1 iMac and M2 MacBook Air and never let me down during my circa 36 hour usage test. Battery life is impressive, recharge times ditto.I am now using the A3 buds for about an hour or so each day, walking the dogs.

  8. Troy Warr

    I like these earbuds for one specific use case, but overall there are better, more well-rounded options if that use cases doesn’t apply to you – like the TOZO A1 (same price) or better yet, the TOZO Crystal Buds (a little more than double the price, but well worth it).I wear these exclusively while I’m out and about in the world, running errands and that sort of thing, where I might need to take them out quickly to be able to hear people talking to me, or I might get a phone call that I want to take. Their extended antenna and lack of removable tips makes it effortless to remove and reinsert them into my ear canal without dropping/losing a tip or having to recompress and reinsert (I use foam tips to get the best sound quality and isolation). Their glossy white surface also makes keeping them clean very easy.Unfortunately, the drawback is that these don’t seal in your ear canal (although they’re well-shaped for my ears and get respectably close), which negatively affects sound quality and fidelity, especially bass. Having said that, I’m not sure if TOZO has *overcompensated* for the potential loss of bass by giving these a *lot* of bass bias – to a fault, in my opinion.Rather than a pleasant powerful thump, bass is boomy and very muddy, and comes at the expense of mids and highs getting totally lost in the mix. Vocals are distant and thin, and guitars and other midrange instruments are easily overpowered by boomy bass. It sounds like an EQ with the deepest bass turned all the way up, and everything else flat or even turned down. Even if you really like bass, this is probably not the kind you prefer.As I mentioned, for the same money, you can get a pair of TOZO A1 earbuds, which have a different body and case shape, but similar features, including removable earbud tips. Get a set of foam tip replacements (like ZNARI T500) and jam away with pretty darn good, decently well-rounded sound for the money. Those have a fair amount of bass but it’s not overpowering at all.Or, if your budget allows, spring for an extra $20 for TOZO Crystal Buds (I’d also recommend the foam tips for those), which have really blown me away with sound quality rivaling midrange over-ear headphones. They most definitely punch above their weight class. Plus, those have longer battery life and some extra features like integration with the TOZO app, which gives you some EQ preset options that let you change the sound character a bit. Those have punchy bass (the good kind) but also have very clear mids and highs that really give you the full experience of your music. Nothing is drowned out, muddy, or muffled – they’re very balanced in their sound.To sum up, these can be convenient to use and can give you the look of Apple Airpods (if that’s important), but in my opinion, that’s at the cost of relatively poor, overly bass-heavy, boomy, muddy sound. I’d strongly recommend one of those other two TOZO models instead.

  9. Vish

    The Tozo A3 half in-ear True wireless earbuds look, on the face of it, like Apple Airpods copies. Since I bought my mother a pair of Apple Airpods for her birthday, a direct comparison seemed a must.What I found on close inspection:The feel and build quality are so similar between the Airpods and the A3 earbuds you might think they were made in the same Chinese factory. The Airpods lid was a bit loose, though. The A3 earbuds have larger heads than the Airpods, housing the larger drivers, whereas the Airpods have longer stalks.I paired the Tozo A3 Earbuds quickly with my Samsung phone but could not even get my phone to recognise the Apple Airpods, no matter what I tried. So sound quality would need to be compared, with the Airpods paired to my mother’s phone using whatever music she had downloaded and the A3 Earbuds paired with my phone, using identical tracks found on Spotify.On sound quality the A3 Earbuds won hands down with a much fuller, richer sound. The only criticism that could be levelled at the A3 Earbuds sound was that when playing the music, I listen to in the gym, it could possibly be described as a bit too bass heavy, which some might prefer. Otherwise, the A3 Earbuds sound significantly better.Both Airpods and A3 Earbuds are half in-ear which does not give any of the passive sound isolation that you would get with in-ear or over-ear headphones, so you can hear a lot of the world around you. For instance, near a busy road you will hear the sound of the traffic. On the downside this means that your music can get drowned out by that noise around you, unless you turn the sound up which can be done to great effect on the A3 Earbuds. However, on the upside at least you know what is happening around you which can be so much safer and more reassuring. So, great for using when you go out running and so much safer than using in-ear or over-ear headphones whilst cycling, which I have seen my daughter do, to my horror.As for fit, the larger heads and shorter stems of the A3 Earbuds mean that they are even more secure in your ears than the Apple Airpods. Both are equally comfortable to wear, especially for those who do not like the feel of anything in their ears, like my mother.Connection wise the A3 Earbuds use Bluetooth 5.3, whereas the Airpods, as far as I can tell, use Bluetooth 4.0. Bluetooth 5.3 gives a more stable connection and uses less power, so better connection to your device and better battery life can be assumed.Neither of the charging cases have wireless charging, the A3 Earbuds charge using a conventional USB-c connection, while the Airpods use an Apple connection. Other options are available for the Airpods, but are even more expensive.On cost, the A3 Earbuds are significantly less expensive than the Airpods: £16.99 for the A3 Earbuds vs £109.00 for the Airpods. Overall, the Tozo A3 Earbuds are excellent value for money and beat the Apple Airpods 2nd Generation, hands down. However, it should be noted that both being half-in ear earphones, they are very different beasts to in-ear or over-ear headphones, with their associated pros and cons.

  10. Vish

    The Tozo A3 half in-ear True wireless earbuds look, on the face of it, like Apple Airpods copies. Since I bought my mother a pair of Apple Airpods for her birthday, a direct comparison seemed a must.What I found on close inspection:The feel and build quality are so similar between the Airpods and the A3 earbuds you might think they were made in the same Chinese factory. The Airpods lid was a bit loose, though. The A3 earbuds have larger heads than the Airpods, housing the larger drivers, whereas the Airpods have longer stalks.I paired the Tozo A3 Earbuds quickly with my Samsung phone but could not even get my phone to recognise the Apple Airpods, no matter what I tried. So sound quality would need to be compared, with the Airpods paired to my mother’s phone using whatever music she had downloaded and the A3 Earbuds paired with my phone, using identical tracks found on Spotify.On sound quality the A3 Earbuds won hands down with a much fuller, richer sound. The only criticism that could be levelled at the A3 Earbuds sound was that when playing the music, I listen to in the gym, it could possibly be described as a bit too bass heavy, which some might prefer. Otherwise, the A3 Earbuds sound significantly better.Both Airpods and A3 Earbuds are half in-ear which does not give any of the passive sound isolation that you would get with in-ear or over-ear headphones, so you can hear a lot of the world around you. For instance, near a busy road you will hear the sound of the traffic. On the downside this means that your music can get drowned out by that noise around you, unless you turn the sound up which can be done to great effect on the A3 Earbuds. However, on the upside at least you know what is happening around you which can be so much safer and more reassuring. So, great for using when you go out running and so much safer than using in-ear or over-ear headphones whilst cycling, which I have seen my daughter do, to my horror.As for fit, the larger heads and shorter stems of the A3 Earbuds mean that they are even more secure in your ears than the Apple Airpods. Both are equally comfortable to wear, especially for those who do not like the feel of anything in their ears, like my mother.Connection wise the A3 Earbuds use Bluetooth 5.3, whereas the Airpods, as far as I can tell, use Bluetooth 4.0. Bluetooth 5.3 gives a more stable connection and uses less power, so better connection to your device and better battery life can be assumed.Neither of the charging cases have wireless charging, the A3 Earbuds charge using a conventional USB-c connection, while the Airpods use an Apple connection. Other options are available for the Airpods, but are even more expensive.On cost, the A3 Earbuds are significantly less expensive than the Airpods: £16.99 for the A3 Earbuds vs £109.00 for the Airpods. Overall, the Tozo A3 Earbuds are excellent value for money and beat the Apple Airpods 2nd Generation, hands down. However, it should be noted that both being half-in ear earphones, they are very different beasts to in-ear or over-ear headphones, with their associated pros and cons.

  11. Vish

    The main reason I got these is for phone calls – I have other bluetooth earbuds I use for music etc but found that the microphone was lacking so decided to try the A3. The microphone is a lot better on these so I’m happy, I keep the case in my bag and use them if I need to make some phone calls on the go, and the person on the other end mentioned it sounds miles better (hard to evaluate mic quality without having to cringe at listening to your own recorded voice haha).The case is fairly small and sleek, and the earbuds themselves are the hard plastic kind, no silicone attachments for different sizes, so may be an issue for some folk though it works fine for me.

  12. Joe

    This is my review of the new Tozo A3 wireless headphones that are similar in style to the apple AirPods.Unboxing:Included in the box is the headphones in their case, instructions and quick set up guide, and a usb-c charger – you need to have your own usb to wall device. But who doesn’t these days!Case:The case is slick high polished white plastic with a snap magnetic hinge to keep the headphones in place. It has a reset button on the bottom and a battery indicator light showing how much charge left. It runs from green to amber and red. Green is 80-100%. Orange very vague at 20-80, and red 20. But at least you know when to charge up.The headphones magnetically snap down into their seats in the case so they’re kept secure even with the lid open. They light up with a white glow when you open and immediately go about pairing with a device. This was as easy as going to the Bluetooth on my iPhone and clicking the A3’s and done. From then on as soon as you flip the case lid they pair.Headphones:They’re a nice mix of curves and angular plastic that sit comfortably and securely in my ears. No danger of them falling out when moving around and the toil is short enough not to catch on things like a bag or jumper or scarf.You get loads of tap features with these from the expected play, pause, skip to calling Siri, and even adjusting the volume up and down just with sequences of taps and holds. Once you learn them it’s really easy.When you’re finished just put them back in the case, shut the lid and they disconnect. That simple.You can also use them as hands free for phone calls and it seems to handle call quality fairly well on test.Sound:They sound pretty good for the price. Good amounts of bass but some well tuned treble and mids. They’re probably a bit more of the bass side but the phone eq can adjust that. They go nice and loud though, I can listen to my iPods on max if it’s noisy, but these I only go about half to 3/4 and that’s enough. The music is better about half volume and sound far clearer than at low volumes though.Battery:Time will tell in real world use but we’re quoted 5.5 hours which is more than long enough for any of my commuting and journeys.Overall:A great set of in ear headphones that won’t break the bank. Yes you can get higher quality sound out there, but for the price and size these are a perfect pair of headphones for those who want convenience of a pocket sized package. Great for music, audiobooks and all your listening and phone call needs.

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TOZO A3 Wireless Earbuds

TOZO A3 offers noise reduction, long battery life, and comfort.

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TOZO A3 Wireless Earbuds with noise reduction, long battery life, and easy pairing.
Pros

- Compact design
- Easy pairing
- Good sound quality

Cons

- Short battery life
- Limited range

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The TOZO A3 Wireless Earbuds Bluetooth 5.3 Half in-Ear Lightweight Headsets with Digital Call Noise Reduction, Charging Case with Reset Button Hall Detection, Premium Sound with Long Endurance, White is a highly-rated product that offers a range of features to enhance your listening experience. The brand is known for producing top-quality products that are both durable and dependable.

The TOZO A3 charging case is equipped with a reset button that can clear paired device data from the headset. This feature ensures that you can easily switch between different devices without any hassle. Additionally, the digital call noise reduction function is present in the headphones, which customizes noise reduction and sound performance to provide an immersive auditory experience. This means that you can enjoy crystal clear sound quality without any unwanted background noise.

In summary, the TOZO A3 Wireless Earbuds Bluetooth 5.3 Half in-Ear Lightweight Headsets with Digital Call Noise Reduction, Charging Case with Reset Button Hall Detection, Premium Sound with Long Endurance, White is an excellent choice for anyone who wants to enjoy high-quality sound without any distractions. The product is durable, reliable, and offers a range of features that make it stand out from the competition.

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// FEATURES

  • Charging Case With Reset Button
  • Digital Call Noise Reduction
  • Long Lasting Battery
  • Advanced Bluetooth 5.3 Technology & One-Step Pairing
  • Ergonomic Design And Lightweight
  • // Q & A

    Do AirPod cases fit on it?

    It comes with a case.

    What is the waterproof rating..?

    I don’t think these are waterproof

    is this compatable for android phone?

    Yes, bluetooth works with any android phone (and/or Apple phone).

    Are these compatible with the Live Listen feature that Iphones have?

    Yes, I am using with IPhone 14 pro max

    Does anybody hear a hiss when the earbuds are in? Even when the audio is paused, I hear a quiet but present hiss. Wondering if it is just this pair?

    I have two pair ... one I bought new and one i bought used like-new from a third party seller ... the first pair doesn't have this issue however even if would call the "hiss" something else .. the point is sort of background noise that is sort of like a light hiss .. that second pair i have DOES have this issue


    // SPECS

    Package Dimensions3.03 x 2.99 x 1.46 inches
    Item Weight2.39 ounces
    Item model numberA3
    Batteries1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
    Date First Available2022, October 21
    ManufacturerTOZO
    Model #: A3
    TOZO A3 Wireless Earbuds
    released on October 21, 2022

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    The TOZO A3 Wireless Earbuds offer clear sound and deep bass. They come with a portable charging case for convenient on-the-go use. The earbuds are designed with in-ear sensors that pause the music when removed from your ears. With Bluetooth 5.0 technology, you can easily connect to your device for a seamless audio experience. The earbuds also feature touch controls for easy operation.

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