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Live Hands-Free with the Creative Outlier Air V2

Gadget User Rating 5

Are you tired of being corded to your device when trying to complete your everyday activities and errands while needing to be accessible to your device?

The best option for that is inner earphones, and the Creative Outlier Air V2 is a fabulous option on the market. Commended for its sweat-proof and water-resistance, the Creative Outlier Air V2 also has up to 34 hours of total playtime after a single charge of 12 hours. Meaning all your needs can be met without worrying that your earphones are going to run a low battery while you are busy doing your day-to-day tasks. Allowing you to be completely hands-free for your entire day. These earphones are a brilliant choice if you are looking for a new pair of inner earphones with many benefits that put them above and beyond others on the market.

Key Features

These earphones can be used either separately or together. Both earphones have a microphone so you can use the earbuds for phone calls and listening to music or videos.

You can still talk to Siri and Google Assist with these earphones. Compatible with both iOS and Android devices, you can still ask the questions you would ask both Siri or Google without needing to grab your phone to do so.

If you are curious as to how much charge there is left in your earphones, both the headphones themselves and the charging case have light indicators to let you know just how much charge is left in your individual earphones.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

If you are searching for a new pair of comfortable everyday earphones, the Creative Outlier Air V2 inner earphones are a great option on the market.

Hayley Ianna

When not spending her time reading comics and working on her new cosplay, Hayley Ianna enjoys trying out the latest gadgets to make any part of her life better, which also gives her a reason to review them for all to see. Professional and Creative Writer from Deakin University.