Cleer Ally review

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  • Cleer Ally
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Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control No
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling No
Specification
Warranty (Months) 12 months
Release date May 21, 2019
Size
Weight 12 grams
(0.42 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Gear Diary

Looks fantastic and sound just as incredible

from Gear Diary

Overall, in my listening experience, the Ally have been absolutely fantastic. Featuring some of the most elite features you could ask for in earbuds, a battery life that will easily get you through a workday, and more importantly a price tag that justifies it all, the Cleer Ally are a worthy adve...More

Overall, in my listening experience, the Ally have been absolutely fantastic. Featuring some of the most elite features you could ask for in earbuds, a battery life that will easily get you through a workday, and more importantly a price tag that justifies it all, the Cleer Ally are a worthy adversary for some of those “bigger name” brands that you’ve been considering, and they will not look silly in your ears while doing it.

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What Mobile

Good sound quality, great design

from What Mobile

The design is great, it’s not too bulky or heavy, and suits any wardrobe combination. The charging case is small enough to fit any pocket proving not to be cumbersome at all. The sound quality is good but only under great conditions. I found listening to music and podcasts to be difficult on t...More

The design is great, it’s not too bulky or heavy, and suits any wardrobe combination. The charging case is small enough to fit any pocket proving not to be cumbersome at all. The sound quality is good but only under great conditions. I found listening to music and podcasts to be difficult on the London Underground, which I do five days a week, two to three times a day. However, these earbuds are great at the gym, enough volume and bass to drown out the horrible generic pop and house music blaring through the speakers.

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Mac Sources

High-quality audio output

from Mac Sources

The Ally True Wireless Earbuds are a remarkable example of what earbuds should be. At first glance, they look a bit bulky, but they fit quite nicely inside the ear and provide a really nice listening experience for users. The price tag is a little hefty at $149 MSRP, but it’s in line with other true wireless earbuds.

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The Ally True Wireless Earbuds are a remarkable example of what earbuds should be. At first glance, they look a bit bulky, but they fit quite nicely inside the ear and provide a really nice listening experience for users. The price tag is a little hefty at $149 MSRP, but it’s in line with other true wireless earbuds.

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Headphone Review

Good performance and nice design

from Headphone Review

The Cleer Ally true wireless headphones have a lot to offer — but there are some downsides to the headphones too. While they’re decently-designed and relatively comfortable, their sound leaves a little to be desired.

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The Cleer Ally true wireless headphones have a lot to offer — but there are some downsides to the headphones too. While they’re decently-designed and relatively comfortable, their sound leaves a little to be desired.

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Pocketables

Almost a slam dunk

from Pocketables

Even at $150 and the higher price end of the wireless headphone market the Cleer Ally earbuds are a great choice. They sound amazing – better than any other wireless headphones I’ve tested. They sound so good that they almost make up for use of microUSB as the charging solution. If the lack o...More

Even at $150 and the higher price end of the wireless headphone market the Cleer Ally earbuds are a great choice. They sound amazing – better than any other wireless headphones I’ve tested. They sound so good that they almost make up for use of microUSB as the charging solution. If the lack of USB-C doesn’t bother you like it does me then I highly recommend you check out the Cleer Ally wireless headphones. You won’t regret it.

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The Gadgeteer

They sound really good

from The Gadgeteer

The Cleer Ally wireless Bluetooth 5.0 earbuds have become one of my favorite earbuds to use for daily use. With it’s locking Wingtips to help prevent the earbuds from falling out, it’s 10 hour battery life, and the TouchPad feature, these earbuds would be a great choice for someone who likes...More

The Cleer Ally wireless Bluetooth 5.0 earbuds have become one of my favorite earbuds to use for daily use. With it’s locking Wingtips to help prevent the earbuds from falling out, it’s 10 hour battery life, and the TouchPad feature, these earbuds would be a great choice for someone who likes to wear wireless headphones, or someone who needs to wear wireless headphones so they don’t have to mess with a dangling cord, for long hours at a time.

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Techaeris

Minimal, great sounding true wireless earbuds

from Techaeris

Overall, I’m pleased with how well the Cleer Ally True Wireless In-Ear Headphones are. The battery life is better than expected and offer more hours of a charge in a single use with the earbuds and the case than other competitors. I like the small design that doesn’t make it look like the ear...More

Overall, I’m pleased with how well the Cleer Ally True Wireless In-Ear Headphones are. The battery life is better than expected and offer more hours of a charge in a single use with the earbuds and the case than other competitors. I like the small design that doesn’t make it look like the earbuds are huge in my ears. If you can get past the price tag, you’ll be happy with the Cleer Ally true wireless headphones.

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Sound & Vision

Pretty good earphones

from Sound & Vision

The Cleer Ally earphones use some of the best technology available for a Bluetooth system, and they have a sound that is balanced and clean even with compressed music. Of course, Bluetooth 5.1 is already out, but doesn’t offer much improvement in audio quality.

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The Cleer Ally earphones use some of the best technology available for a Bluetooth system, and they have a sound that is balanced and clean even with compressed music. Of course, Bluetooth 5.1 is already out, but doesn’t offer much improvement in audio quality.

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