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1MORE ComfoBuds Mini Hybrid ANC Earbuds Review

1More established itself with some of the best premium headphones on the market. While they’ve pushed to broaden their range with many more affordable models, while also pushing their flagship models to new heights, there’s a lot to be said about their more mainstream products too. The new 1MORE Comfobuds Mini have an MSRP of around £90/$99, so they’re certainly not cheap, but this hardly pushes into the enthusiast price bracket either. However, the overall range of features and performance they promise within this price range is extremely enticing, and I’ve been eager to put them through their paces.

1MORE ComfoBuds Mini

You do get a lot for your money though, with a True Quiet design thanks to their new QuietMax ANC technology, which promises to cancel out to around 40dB. They’re smaller and more compact too, which is good, as it’ll keep the weight closer to your ear, and lends to a more secure fit. There are extra microphones for providing ANC to the chat microphones too, filtering out background noises such as wind and traffic. However, with a powerful 7mm driver, SoundID technology, and more, they should sound pretty decent too, so let’s dive in for a closer look.

Features

  • True Quiet in a Small Package: We put 1MORE’s proprietary QuietMax active noise cancellation technology into the compact body of the ComfoBuds Mini to provide true quiet. With up to 40dB noise cancellation depth, you can get a more immersive listening experience. And the earbuds allow you to switch between multiple listening modes to fit different scenarios.
  • Smaller Size, Increased Comfort: The ComfoBuds Mini is the world’s smallest and lightest ANC earbuds. A single earbud weighs only 3.7g, and with the extra tiny size and ergonomic design, you’ll get an “invisible” but super comfortable wearing experience. Four sizes of silicone ear tips are provided to get the perfect fit for your ear and better audio performance.
  • Tiny Mics, Crystal-Clear Calls: Two mics hidden in the tiny body of earbud work together to filter out background noise, then accurately pick up your voice and amplify it, keeping your voice sounding clear, even when calling in a carnival parade.
  • Astounding Audio Performance: Tiny in size, but no compromise on sound quality. A 7mm dynamic driver produces a rich, powerful, authentic sound that is usually reserved for big bulky headphones. And the integration of SoundID technology allows you to get your perfect sound that fits your ears and preference.
  • Convenient Wireless Charging: The ComfoBuds Mini TWS earbuds can power up super easily on the go with Qi-compatible wireless charging, say goodbye to tangled cables.

For more information, you can check out the ComfoBuds Mini product page here.

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's, I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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