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Creative Outlier Air TWS True Wireless Sweatproof Earphones, Bluetooth 5.0, aptX/AAC, Long Battery Life 30hrs Total, 10hrs Per Charge, Graphene Driver, Dual-Voice Calls, Siri/Google Assistant (Black)
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- STUNNING 30 HOURS OF BATTERY LIFE | Boasting a staggering 10-hour playtime right out the box and an additional 2X of charges in the USB Type-C charging case, Outlier Air has an incredible total playtime of up to 30 hours, outperforming most competitors. The earbuds charge automatically each time they are placed back in the case for storage. To recharge the case, use the provided USB Type-C cable and connect to any USB Type-A charging port.
- GRAPHENE-POWERED AUDIO EXCELLENCE | Fitted with the latest driver technology, Outlier Air produces detailed highs, well-balanced mids, and immersive bass with the 5.6mm graphene driver diaphragm. Equipped with the latest Bluetooth 5.0 and aptX/AAC, you can be sure of uncompromised and uninterrupted wireless audio quality.
- IPX5 SWEATPROOF | IPX5 water-resistant, Creative Outlier Air can handle all that hard-earned sweat, accidental splashes, and even rain. Find your best fit from 2 different ear bud sizes so the ear buds stay in your ears even during the most gruelling workout
- DUAL-VOICE CALLS AND CONTROLS | Hear audio out of both earbuds when making a call and enjoy convenient access Siri or Google Assistant with Outlier Air. Most true wireless headphones can only handle calls in mono; both earbuds of the Outlier Air work independently and are fitted with built-in mics so you can also receive and answer calls even with just one earbud.
- SMART ASSISTANT | Access smart assistants like Siri and Google Assistant by pressing twice on the earbud paired as the main unit. Make a call, select a playlist, or turn up the volume control – all it takes is a double press on the button.
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30 HOURS OF PURE ENDURANCE¹
Out of the box, Outlier Air has a jaw-dropping battery life of up to 10 hours. True wireless headphones in the market typically ranges from 3 to 6 hours of battery life, we took that and doubled it – all while saving you the hassle of having to constantly recharge your headphones.
2 TIMES THE POWER
The charging case provides up to 2 times of recharge on both earbuds – that’s 20 hours!
30 HOURS TOTAL PLAYTIME
In total, the incredibly long-lasting battery life provides a total playtime of up to 30 hours. That’s enough playtime for the longest flight route in the world!
¹ The mentioned battery lives are based on moderate volume level. Actual battery life will vary with usage settings and environmental conditions.
LATEST AUDIO TECHNOLOGIES
Top-quality 5.6 mm graphene driver diaphragm for excellent audio reproduction and latest Bluetooth 5.0 Low Energy with aptX and AAC codecs for enhanced audio quality.
TRUE WIRELESS STEREO FOR DUAL-VOICE CALLS WITH SMART ASSISTANTS
One major flaw of existing true wireless headphones is that they only allow for calls in mono, where audio is only heard from one side, and is usually restricted to the right earbud. With Outlier Air, you can hear audio out of both earbuds while on a call and also have direct access to Siri or Google Assistant!
Both earbuds are fitted with built-in mic for calls and smart assistant functions. All you need to do is to assign your preferred side as the main unit control. The secondary earbud will then be automatically paired – no extra steps required!
PAIR OUTLIER AIR IN 2 EASY STEPS:
Remove both ear buds from the charging case. The light indicator will blink in red and blue, meaning that your Creative Outlier Air is now in Bluetooth pairing mode.
On your device (e.g. Mobile phone), go into the Bluetooth settings and search for the Outlier Air.
2 selections will appear — L and R (left and right). Look for the individual ear bud that has the indicator physically blinking in red and blue, and pair to that. This ear bud will now be assigned as the main unit.
After selecting the main unit, the secondary unit will automatically initiate pairing.
The prompt will flash on your device, asking for permission to pair your phone to the other ear bud. Select the “Pair” button to complete the process.
Note: Do not directly pair your device to the secondary unit via Bluetooth.
RE-SELECTING THE MAIN UNIT:
To use a different ear bud as the main unit, simply place the intended secondary unit back into the charging case while they’re both in use. The unit that is still connected to your device will automatically be assigned as the main unit. This process may take up to 10 seconds.
PAIRING OUTLIER AIR TO A SECOND BLUETOOTH DEVICE:
Disconnect the Outlier Air from your existing device. Press and hold the button of the main unit for 3 seconds to enter into Bluetooth pairing mode. Follow the same instructions mentioned above to connect the Outlier Air to a new device.
Use just one side of the earbuds to stay in check with the surrounding while on your coffee run! When you place a single earbud back into the charging case, the unit that is still in use will automatically assume the main unit controls with play/pause, calls and smart assistant functions.
To switch off, simply place the earbuds back into the charging case and they will switch off automatically.
FLAUNT YOUR ASSETS
Take your workout to the next level, better yet, break your personal best! Certified IPX5 water-resistant, Creative Outlier Air can handle all that hard-earned sweat, accidental splashes, and even rain.
ALL-DAY COMFORT AND SECURE FIT
Absolutely wire-free, Creative Outlier Air stays put no matter what you do. Simply place the buds in your ear and twist it gently to achieve a secure fit – you’re ready to block out any noises from your surroundings and get truly immersed in your music! We've also included an extra pair of (S) and (M) ear tips so you can customize accordingly. Remember, sometimes even our left and right ears are not the same!
|Creative Outlier Air||Creative Outlier Gold|
|Battery Life||Up to 30 hours in total / Up to 10 hours per charge||Up to 39 hours in total / Up to 14 hours per charge|
|Software Super X-Fi||N/A||✓|
|Siri / Google Assistant||✓||✓|
|Water Resistance||IPX5 Certified||IPX5 Certified|
|Audio Codec||aptX, AAC, SBC||aptX, AAC, SBC|
|Driver||5.6 mm Graphene Driver||5.6 mm Graphene Driver|
|Interface||USB Type-C (Charging) / Bluetooth 5.0||USB Type-C (Charging) / Bluetooth 5.0|
|Weight||Earbuds: 10g (0.35 oz) / Charging Case: 54g (1.9 oz)||Earbuds: 10g (0.35 oz) / Charging Case: 54g (1.9 oz)|
|Accessories||USB Type C-to-A charging cable / 1 pair of (S) ear tips / 1 pair of (M) ear tips||USB Type C-to-A charging cable / 2 pairs of (S) ear tips / 2 pairs of (M) ear tips|
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I recently took these on a business trip for a 6 hour plane ride, walking in Oakland, CA and just general use. Here’s how they faired.
They are comfortable, but they are not for long listening sessions at least for my ears. To art that rests near my ear canal gets sore after a couple of hours. I easily go through a 2 - 2.5 hour movie but after that I would take them out for a few mins to let my ears recover from the pressure of the plastic. Despite the comfort for my ears they are snug and I am not worried about them falling out.
The sound quality is great for the price range. Solid bass with clear track separation with great mids and mostly warm highs. The passive noise cancellation is excellent. I struggled to hear anything around me while music or movies were playing.
The battery life is as advertised. I never ran them empty but I had them playing music, movies and games for 6-7 hours and they held up. I bet they could have gone longer, but I put them in the case when I got to my ride.
When I was walking around the city I had my phone in my left front pocket and the right earbud was the primary unit. There were times where the signal would cut out for a second or two, even when standing on a corner. I attribute this to the interference from the city. On my walk back I put my phone in the right front pocket and had zero issues. So the connection is good but not great. When in an office or house I can safely walk away more than 20 feet without an issue, but admittedly I didn’t do a distance test.
All in all I am very pleased and would recommend these. So if your in the market for $50 - $100 Reue Wireless Earbuds, give these a close look. I looked at lots, including the dime a dozen $25 - $50 ones and I decided to settle on a company I knew and trusted. Hope this helps those thinking about buying them.
Both me and my father are audiophiles. With this being said my reason for purchasing this product is that I had heard of them or a bit of time and they seemed like it was a standout product for the price and for true wireless earbuds in general. Previously, I purchased the JBL Tune120 pair of TWS headphones that are also true wireless, but are brand new, I thought that they were amazing and I was convinced that they could compete with my father's Bose Soundsport Free wireless buds and to my utter disappointment I was highly incorrect. I had my dad try the JBLs and he subsequently gave me his Bose to try and it only took a moment before I realized that the JBL was in no league with the Bose. Feeling defeated, I made the decision to give the Outlier Airs a try and would take back the JBL pair if the Creative Outlier Airs were significantly better. Easy enough to say that I was blown away with the quality and so was my father. With a smile on his face while listening he had said "Oh wow these are just as good as my Bose headphones". 10 seconds later he says "Oh crap they are better". I was surprised with his honesty, as I would have to agree with him on this sentiment. They are definitely ahead when it comes to clarity but maybe the Bose have a little more Bass. But that was easily be fixed with a equalizer on both my PC and phone. The aptx support just makes this an incredible experience for watching videos as well. Unfortunately, with them being true wireless I did receive about 150 milliseconds delay when trying to use them in virtual reality. 150 milliseconds is just fine for watching video, but when you are doing virtual reality tasks such as playing basketball you do notice a slight delay between the bounce of the ball and the reproduced sound. Remember though, that these use Bluetooth 5.0 + aptx, which is the fastest delivery method possible. So no TWS buds will be any better anyway. Overall, this was a miraculous decision to give these a chance, because I could not be happier with them. The included ear gels fit quite fine in my ear and the additional set did not isolate noise as well for me. I also tried the Comply foam eartips and those, while good, were not up to par with the direct to ear sound I received with the included ear gels. I am aware that some have had issues with isolation like I had seen on the sound guys review but I was not a victim of this and I think the isolation is just fine. With that being said, you can order the comply foam tips that are made for the Jabra 65t. Those will fit in the case unlike the standard Comply tips that I tried and also they are the similar size as the included gels so I am ordering them, hoping that I receive that direct to ear sound and possibly even get that slight bit of isolation needed for 100% perfect attenuation. Hopefully you will experience the great fit and comfort that I have enjoyed with the default ear gels, too. I have not had any disconnect issues that seem to have plaqued a couple early buyers who received the first few batches. I would say I have used these for about 5 hours and have not had to charge and also have not had any disconnects. The one thing that I can mention is that when I left the room that my PC was sending sound from, I ended up getting some cut outs when I was about 40 feet from the PC. This should be expected with any true wireless set. I honestly am surprised at how well they stay connected, so do not let that hold you back from making this choice. if you are reading this review and have any skepticism about the quality of this product, I can tell you that you can rest assure with your purchase. I have just purchased mine and will update this review if anything changes, but I highly doubt that you will have to return them due to connection troubles. On the off chance you do, this is actually the first product that I bought from Amazon that gave me immediate phone support through the Amazon app if I had any issue, which I have not. I will be sure to update this review if there is any difference in my thoughts on this product. Good or bad, I will make sure to include it.
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Only a couple small annoyances I've found so far. A couple of times when connecting the volume is too quiet, but can be fixed by disconnecting and reconnecting. Also when the charging case runs out of battery the earbuds no longer turn off when put back in the case
1: Freakishly large and heavy. Due to this it can’t be worn more than an hour. It looks so weird after wearing as it bulges outside ears.
2: There is no point in having such huge battery back up if it beats the comfort.
3: Blue light doesn’t glow when song is playing.
4: If you love Extra bass you won’t love it.
5: I have tried all tips given in box. It starts hurting inside ear as it’s flat kind of tip instead of round which is much more comfortable.
6: Tried SX-Fi functionality and its not that impressive as it is hyped.
7: Charging case quality is not matching the price you pay.
8: There are only 2 battery indications i.e. red and blue. Red means less than 20%, blue means above 20%🤣
9: Holy crap those buttons are so hard to press that you will get pissed off in one click. It hurts ear canal. Forget about using Siri by clicking 3 times.
What I liked in it:
1: Color combination
2: Low, med, high separation is good.
3: sound is loud
Though sound quality is good but lacks little bit of bass. Very uncomfortable to wear. Not a value for money product. I have used 1600 Rs earbuds and couldn’t find significant difference to pay a price of 8k.
I would call these the best sounding true wireless earbuds costing less than 10,000.
The sound quality is crisp, with heavy bass. i have listened everything ranging from classical to edm on these. Enjoyed them all.
The battery life is pretty amazing. They do get close to 10 hours per earbud.
My only major qualm are the button controls on each bud. They are stiff enough that you just cannot use those buttons while in ear without jamming the whole bud into your ear, which is painful. So while these 2 buttons cover nearly all headphone related functions, i nearly never use them.
These ones claim 14hrs of battery life on a single charge! I’ve had them for several weeks now and I sleep 7-9hrs wearing them every night and have had no low battery voice or anything waking me up.
The reason I gave these a 4 out of 5 overall is that you really can’t walk more than 5 feet away from your device without the earbuds disconnecting, and I wish they were a little more low profile — the red and blue lights are a bit cheesy. But wow the battery life can’t be beat! So glad to have found these.
I like the simplicity of using them. Once setup, they link automatically to my phone when I take the first one out of the case. Battery endurance is good. They are intended for one user.
I also run with them, and since they are water resistant, they are well suited for that too.
I have no problem recommending these earbuds.
Im no audiophile and i would say that to the average consumer that these would sound pretty good. However i would say that the bass is a bit recessed compared to the Outlier Air.
The battery life i really cant atone for since its pretty hard to use 39 hours of battery straight, but many online reviews state that they usually got around 80% of the advertised using a moderate to loud setting.
The size is mediocre, as it may not be as pocket friendly as the galaxy buds, and is pretty thick width wise, they are still pretty portable.
The Super X-Fi gimmick that were advertised with this in my opinion isn't as good as they made it out to be. To be frank it just made it sound like i was in a larger room and made it sound very artificial. Though they did say it would sound more "Natural", so it may just be that its not my taste.
One thing however i noticed is that after an hour or two using these i started to have soreness in my ears, as these are mainly Ear Canal buds (meaning that they are stable due to how far they go in your ear). So my recommendation would be to find alternate tips (preferably foam, im not sure about any silicone tips that would fit this AND case) so you can get the best comfort possible
These headphones in my opinion need a break in period, as they do sound much better after a bit of time.
The Super X-Fi has also greatly benefitted from the breaking in.
The only real gripe i still have is the comfort, as its a 50/50 with the provided tips
Do not buy!! They do not connect well, last long or are supported!!