“ Perfect for fitness and travel, the new and improved edition of Aussie home-grown brand Audiofly’s much-loved Bluetooth Wireless In-Ear Headphones are an everyday essential with more than just a pretty face .”
“Designed in Australia by local music industry alum, the updated (MK2) version of this popular line will keep you rocking for hours. Leave your iPhone on your desk or at home, and take advantage of the freedom of Apple Watch’s cellular connectivity.”
"Listening to a variety of different musical genres and several podcast episodes. They sat comfortably in my ear and didn’t shake loose while I was walking, jogging or working out in the gym. All those specs add up to a pretty decent listening experience."
"The build and design quality were great along with the value add features including the touch charging and cable tighteners. Overall, good quality at a budget price."
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"Perhaps what stands out with AF100 is how well designed the fit is. The earpieces in particular are small and easily conceals in your ears, which I think should be a must in all in-ear monitors. I mean, yes some would prefer it differently, but in my opinion if you want to enjoy a great sound off your IEM,...
"As for the music itself, it was almost fascinating. I hate earphones which are excessively bright. The Audiofly AF33W earphones weren’t. The first music I put on was Deep Purple’s classic Live in Japanalbum. That’s potentially rather screechy, but the earphones kept things under control. The cymbals had plenty of upper frequencies, but also an unusually full body of a...
"Perhaps most importantly, these babies smooth over the snappy bite sometimes associated with balanced armatures, yet still deliver glorious detail and brilliant dynamic expression. The AF180’s glossy, wrap-around design is one of the most attractive in their class, too, offering an admirable level of passive noise isolation and comfort to match. The deep spacing and clear detail across the soundstage make them as apt at reproducing...
“The brand’s signature cable is braided with Cordura fibre technology, used for parachutes and climbing ropes. Add water resistance, a microphone, and up to five hours’ battery life, and it seems crazy that they will only set you back $89.99.”
"This audio tech company is now offering its new AF56W that comes with outstanding range and clarity in a very small and lightweight package that you can take with you wherever you go."
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"The new AF45W Wireless Bluetooth headphones by Audiofly has been getting a lot of attention, and all for the right reasons. These headphones are the new kid on the block offering a sound experience like no other. For those looking for a good pair of headphones that meet high standards, this is one to consider."
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"Listening to music on the AF180s is a detailed experience. The AF180 is like the IEM equivalent of a nice pair of reference open-back headphones....The soundstage is broad and enveloping - never congested or claustrophobic like budget IEMs can be - yet it's not so clinical that it's boring to listen to. Treble frequencies have a zesty sparkle to...
"Easy to pair, easy to use and considering that they sound like some headphones that cost twice as much, very, very easy to fall in love with at the price they are."
Read the full review at GQ Australia.
"Audiofly is known for their high quality products that sound great. The Audiofly AF240 follows suit. Build quality is excellent, as I have come to expect from them."
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"Among the features we enjoyed when we road-tested the headphones was the fact it has Bluetooth® 4.2, and is both lightweight and durable.
One big additional bonus for sporty types is that it is also sweat resistant. And, let’s face it your daily workout goes so much faster when you can seamlessly listen to your favourite tunes."
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"If you are looking for an affordable wireless headphone to listen to at gym, on the train, or even to use with audiobooks or tablets then these are definitely worth a look!"
Read the full review at Mummys Misgivings.