The Apollo 7 is a pair of true wireless in-ear headphones with a detailed and warm sound.
These do not have fitness tracking capabilities, but make up for it with great sound quality and reliable splash resistance, so they are still good options for active use.
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Pro Stable wireless connection
Bluetooth connectivity is very stable and rarely cuts off. This is a stark contrast to many true wireless in-ears today, where the signal cuts off on a regular basis. This ensures that you will have a continuous music listening experience with very little annoying drops and music pauses.
Pro Clear and airy highs, full and forward mids with good punch on the bass
The highs are nice and detailed yet still sound smooth. The mids are full, forward and detailed so vocals can easily be heard. Bass is not bloated, and instead is tight and has good punch.
This sound signature offers a lot more clarity and airiness compared to most true-wireless in-ears which usually are bass heavy. While the punch in the low-end makes the Apollo 7 good enough to use for hip-hop, dance and bass-centric music, they perform best in acoustic, rock or classical tracks.
Pro Can resist splashes of liquid
A nano coating is applied on the headphones for splash resistance. Getting these wet by rain or sweat are not likely to cause problems.
Pro Single multi-function button can control basic smartphone/music player functions
There is a single button on one earpiece. Various actions on the button like a single tap, a long press, double presses and the like will allow you to play/pause tracks, control volume as well as answer/end calls.
Pro These can be charged on the go
An aluminum transport case is included which features an internal battery. It allows you to charge these headphones even when on the move.
Con Cannot track fitness stats
These do not have fitness tracking capabilities like heart rate monitoring, distance covered and the like. A number of true wireless headphones on the other hand have this feature.
Con Subpar battery life
From a full charge, they can only last two to three hours of playback.