Tranya Rimor review

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  • Tranya Rimor
  • Tranya Rimor
  • Tranya Rimor

Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling No
Specification
Warranty (Months) 12 months
Release date November 27, 2019
Size 2.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 cm (1 x 0.6 x 0.6 in)
Weight 4.5 grams
(0.16 ounces)

Critic Reviews


MobileTechTalk

Very portable, excellent touch control

from MobileTechTalk

There are many things to like about the Tranya Rimor buds, but the key takeaway is that the audio itself, whilst acceptable in some scenarios, is perhaps towards the bottom of the list of niceties. A small, portable carry case with a large enough battery to keep you going on short trips, IPX5 wat...More

There are many things to like about the Tranya Rimor buds, but the key takeaway is that the audio itself, whilst acceptable in some scenarios, is perhaps towards the bottom of the list of niceties. A small, portable carry case with a large enough battery to keep you going on short trips, IPX5 water resistance, volume for days, and one of the best implementations of touch controls on a set of truly wireless earbuds all make this a compelling offering – unless you love bass!

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Mobile Syrup

Don’t break the bank buying headphones

from Mobile Syrup

These aren’t the flashiest wireless headphones, but they’re 100 percent worth the roughly $105 CAD they cost. The earphones connect to my phone instantly and even maintain that connection at long ranges. The charging case is a nice size, and the battery life lasts impressively long. In terms...More

These aren’t the flashiest wireless headphones, but they’re 100 percent worth the roughly $105 CAD they cost. The earphones connect to my phone instantly and even maintain that connection at long ranges. The charging case is a nice size, and the battery life lasts impressively long. In terms of sound quality, there aren’t many issues to be had, either. There’s no noise-cancelling, but at this price, its an easily forgivable misstep. If you’re looking for a decent pair of portable wireless headphones and you don’t want to break the bank, the Tranya Rimor model hasn’t given me a single good reason not to recommend them.

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G Style Magazine

A great pair of wireless earbuds

from G Style Magazine

There’s just a lot of like about them. The case is small and pocketable. If you have a newer smartphones, it most likely charges via USB-C cable which means you can use the same cable to also charge up the case. Lastly, these sound terrific for their size. I usually always default back to full...More

There’s just a lot of like about them. The case is small and pocketable. If you have a newer smartphones, it most likely charges via USB-C cable which means you can use the same cable to also charge up the case. Lastly, these sound terrific for their size. I usually always default back to full headphones for my music, but with these, I don’t really have to. They sound that good. These are one of the best sounding wireless earbuds I’ve used in a long time.

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