In this video I unbox and review SoundPeat’s RunFree Lite Bluetooth headphones. The headphones cost £33 and are over ear design with a single band linking them together. The specs are:

  • Open-Ear design
  • 28g
  • 16.2mm large drivers
  • Bluetooth 5.3 (with Bluetooth multi-point so you can switch between devices quickly)
  • 17-hour battery
  • USB C charging with small cable included.
  • IPX4

I found the headphones comfortable to wear once you have them tucked behind your ears, plus the open design means you get airflow around the ears. These are not the in-ear types of earbuds they place over the ear. They are unlikely to fall out of your ears and get lost on your cycle ride like the small buds. Another advantage of this open over-ear design is you can hear background sounds, so if you were using it on a bike, you can still hear traffic noise.

The sound quality is good with plenty of bass (but not as much as an in-ear design) and you can customise the EQ via the SoundPeats app. For £33 these are great for using while running or cycling. They are light with a good sound and the open design means you can still hear your environment.

Thanks to SoundPeat for sending me a set to try out (link: RunFree Lite – Bluetooth Air Conduction Sport Headphones – SOUNDPEATS)

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