Apollo 7 by Erato Audio - True Wireless Bluetooth Wireless Earphones With Charging Case (Gray)
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|Model Name||Apollo 7|
|Form Factor||In Ear|
About this item
- True Wireless Technology - Completely tangle-free stereo sound wherever you go without disruptive cables hindering your every move
- Award Winning - Named as the 2015 Honorable Mention Red Dot Award for design
- Ultra Light, Low Power Consumption - only weighing 4 grams including a built-in omnidirectional microphone.
- Charging Case – allows you to fully recharge twice while on the go. The simple design will automatically shut off when charging is complete
- Single Touch Multifunction - With a single button you can power on/off, take a call, play music, skip tracks, change volume or even access Siri easily by tapping, holding, or double-tapping on the button.
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Mobile Freedom, Re-imagined.
True Wireless - Completely tangle-free stereo sound wherever you go without annoying cables to tie you down.
Bluetooth 4.1 - Full support for advanced AAC, SBC, and aptX audio standards
MEMS Omni Directional Microphone-Built in Microphone allows phone calls and interaction with Siri or Google Now.
Multi-button Function - Power on/off, volume up/down, pairing, play/pause, play next/previous track, call accept/reject, and Siri are accessible from earpieces.
Aluminum Charging Case - The convenience of two full earphone charges even with the case unplugged.
Waterproof - Earphone nano-coating offers excellent liquid protection. IPX5 Rated
- 1 Pair of true wireless Erato Audio Apollo 7 Earphones
- 3 Pairs of Silicon Eartips (S, M, L)
- 3 Pairs of Comply T600 Eartips (S, M, L)
- 3 Pairs of Silicon Ear Stabilizers (S, M, L)
- Aluminum portable battery case
- Micro USB Charge cable
- User Manual
True Wireless Stereo Technology
Completely tangle-free stereo sound where you go without disruptive cables hindering your every move. Stream music from your smartphone, tablet, or computer.
Incredibly Small, Yet Powerful
The Apollo 7 weighs just 4 grams each yet packs a 5.8mm microdriver that delivers incredible bass and balanced sound from 20Hz ~20KHz. So light that you barely know it's there.
IPX5 Rated Waterproof Nanotechnology
The Apollo 7 are rated IPX5 with our nanocoatig technology making the earphones water and sweat resistant. Take these to the gym and sweat it out or jog through the rain without damage to the earphones.
Note: Apollo 7 does not operate underwater for swimming. Although waterproof, Bluetooth signals do not travel underwater.
Built to Last
The Apollo 7 comes with a durable aluminum sliding case, protecting the earbuds from damage during storage. The case doubles as a portable charger, charging earbuds twice on the go.
(Battery life for Apollo 7 earbuds by itself is rated at 3 hours of play time 4 hours of talk time)
Packed with Features
Our true wireless earbuds not just delivers exceptional sound but comes with a built in omnidirectional microphone that help delivers crisp, clear phone calls hands free on the go or even activate Siri or Google Now.
Dimension: 15.4 x 15.4 x 22.2mm
Case Dimension: 62.5 x 40 x 25.5mm
Weight: 4g x 2 Case 52g
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Sonically, these are leaps and bounds ahead of the competition, and the comply tips provide such a nice secure, isolating fit. There is little to no sound leakage.
I can't recommend these enough. Although the battery life is pretty dismal, the two full charges from the case somewhat make up for it, although I can't usually make it through my entire 2.5-3 hours workout at the gym. But they are resistant to sweat and they stay in my ears despite moving around a lot.
WARNING: The original "7" model is the one to get if you watch videos. The 7S model has some serious delay when watching YouTube videos, they doesn't seem to be present on other apps like Netflix,.
EDIT: the delay seems to go away when I watch a Netflix video or something from another app, and then go back to YouTube. It's really strange, but if you have this issue, try giving that a shot. It's a mildly inconvenient workaround.
I purchased this pair of earphone in March 2017. After using it for half year, the battery case failed to charge the earphones when it is not connected to power supply. Every time when I take the earphones out, it says "low battery" and then just died very soon.
Besides, the earphones will disconnect when you are using it in crowded area like shopping malls or train stations. That is very annoying too. I am not sure if it is the problem of bluetooth or this earphone, but it does not happen when I use other brands' bluebooth wireless earphones.
For this price range, I am very disappointed for its product life. Just 6 months, come on....
Additionally, when I wear them both while mowing the lawn, every time I turn my head to make sure I have a clear lane the sound drops in one and then the other before resuming.
I would probably look for a later generation, the Apollo 7 has some bugs relating to its primary function (playing audio).
To make it worse, I've submitted 3 cases to tech support...with NO RESPONSE. Looking for a phone number? Good luck...844-604-5183 doesn't (didn't) work.
I wish I could get a refund! Now I'm out a couple hundred for paperweights.
Another problem is the short battery life.
The quality of sound is very good.
Now for the sound they are really loud the mids and the hi's are up there but that's it. I'm heavier on the bass side kind of guy. These have no bass I did mess around with the seal in my ears and my phones equalizer but the bass hear sounds choppy and fake something that you would find in a pair of $20 earphones from walmart. Jabees for example are similar to Apollo 7 but for fraction of the price with a good seal you get a really clean bass.
Overall if your not into bass and listen to more like podcast or radio these are great for that.
Top reviews from other countries
- Great sound quality
- Near flawless connection to device even at range.
- On / Off control works well
- They flash blue or red / blue all the time! I look like I have antennas sticking out of my ears as it is without them flashing...
- Sold as 'lightweight' they feel a little too light to me
- I preferred the inline charging case on the Earins... it's a small thing, but it fit in my pocket better.
Audio has superb range, bluetooth connectivity is painless once you get the hang of it - I turn the earbuds on suequentially rather than concurrently, and consistanly hear the wonderful "headset connected" notification within a few seconds. It can be a bit difficult if attempting to pair in a crowded area with many other automaticly pairing devices, but the connectivity range is reasonable that you can step out into a more isolated area to do so.
I've not actually been much concerned with battery life, as I use them for short durations, twice each day on my cycle to and from work. In longer duration tests they have survived adequately long enough that I am not disappointed, considering their size and the novel nature of the technology. The charging case is well designed and easy to use, but can be fiddly to insert the phones with the stabiliser bits attached - though not inconveniently so, you just fold them out of the way to close the device.
The kit came with several sizes of silicone tips as well as a few foam tips which expand to fit snugly in the ear. These have been great at reducing slip and raising comfort.
The only disappointment I have is the sound of the wind hitting the not-so-aerodynamic body of the phones while I cycle, which can drown out the audio. Wearing some ear muffs or a hat should solve this though during winter.
It's just a shame that the Apollo 7S model is not currently available, as I would have certainly paid extra for the supposedly superior 3D sound.