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Specification

Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Usability Features
Water Resistant Yes
Brand Mobvoi
Warranty 12 months

Critic Reviews


Android Authority

These tick the right boxes

from Android Authority

The Mobvoi TicPods Free are an attractive pair of true wireless earbuds that are more affordable than their obvious competitor. Although the silicone sleeves have a nasty tendancy to slip off in the ear, its an easy fix by way of third-party ear tips. These are a great purchase, especially given the sub-$100 price.

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The Mobvoi TicPods Free are an attractive pair of true wireless earbuds that are more affordable than their obvious competitor. Although the silicone sleeves have a nasty tendancy to slip off in the ear, its an easy fix by way of third-party ear tips. These are a great purchase, especially given the sub-$100 price.

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Mashable

A worthy alternative

from Mashable

Mobvoi’s TicPods Free are a solid mid-range option for anyone looking for a decent pair of truly wireless earbuds.

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Mobvoi’s TicPods Free are a solid mid-range option for anyone looking for a decent pair of truly wireless earbuds.

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Good Gear Guide

Great design, solid battery life

from Good Gear Guide

The TicPods are a still great option for Android users looking to pick up some true wireless earbuds on a budget. They don’t sound exceptional, but they do sound more than good enough, pack in all the usual features and the battery life does make up the rest of the difference.

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The TicPods are a still great option for Android users looking to pick up some true wireless earbuds on a budget. They don’t sound exceptional, but they do sound more than good enough, pack in all the usual features and the battery life does make up the rest of the difference.

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Techaeris

Comfortable, gesture controlled, decent sounding true wireless earbuds

from Techaeris

If you’re looking for a solid, comfortable, decent sounding set of true wireless earbuds, the Mobvoi TicPods Free should definitely be on your list of considerations. Even though the software mark skewed the overall score, these are well worth the purchase.

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If you’re looking for a solid, comfortable, decent sounding set of true wireless earbuds, the Mobvoi TicPods Free should definitely be on your list of considerations. Even though the software mark skewed the overall score, these are well worth the purchase.

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MobileTechTalk

Awesome sound…But Buggy

from MobileTechTalk

I’m kinda annoyed because they sound really good, and they have great noise cancelling and great battery, but man are these things buggy as all hell. The Gestures are too complicated for my liking, but I can live with them if everything else worked perfectly, but the In-Ear detection is buggy,...More

I’m kinda annoyed because they sound really good, and they have great noise cancelling and great battery, but man are these things buggy as all hell. The Gestures are too complicated for my liking, but I can live with them if everything else worked perfectly, but the In-Ear detection is buggy, and sometimes just connecting to a phone is hard, I know I’m a niche use case changing phones every few weeks, but it shouldn’t be this hard.

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Gear Diary

True wireless headphones for the masses

from Gear Diary

Mobvoi’s TicPods Free are a great option for Android users who want similarly styled wireless headphones as their Apple Airpod brethren. With 18-hour battery life, in-ear detection, noise cancellation, and touch controls, the TicPods Free are packed with convenient features. With access to voic...More

Mobvoi’s TicPods Free are a great option for Android users who want similarly styled wireless headphones as their Apple Airpod brethren. With 18-hour battery life, in-ear detection, noise cancellation, and touch controls, the TicPods Free are packed with convenient features. With access to voice assistants like Google Assistant, Siri, etc. the TicPods are compatible with almost every smartphone.

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Coach Mag

Truly wireless buds that won’t break the bank

from Coach Mag

The TicPods sit nicely between budget truly wireless buds and top-end options, offering the build quality and most of the features of the latter while costing substantially less. If you are chasing a bargain set of headphones and are completely set on wireless buds, they’re your best bet, thoug...More

The TicPods sit nicely between budget truly wireless buds and top-end options, offering the build quality and most of the features of the latter while costing substantially less. If you are chasing a bargain set of headphones and are completely set on wireless buds, they’re your best bet, though if you can accept the mild inconvenience of having a cable between the buds wireless sets like the Jaybird Tarah and Plantronics BackBeat FIT offer better sound and battery life for well under £100.

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TechnoBuffalo

Imitation, not replication

from TechnoBuffalo

Mobvoi’s TicPods Free are happily average. The design isn’t anything special, but the sound quality’s pretty decent and you’ll get a good value at $130. By the way, the additional Lava and Navy variants are very refreshing. Everyone will know who and what you’re trying to copy with the TicPods Free, and you have every right not to care.

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Mobvoi’s TicPods Free are happily average. The design isn’t anything special, but the sound quality’s pretty decent and you’ll get a good value at $130. By the way, the additional Lava and Navy variants are very refreshing. Everyone will know who and what you’re trying to copy with the TicPods Free, and you have every right not to care.

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AndroidPIT

Basically AirPods for Android

from AndroidPIT

Mobvoi's TicPods come on the market two years after the launch of Apple's AirPods and are an alternative that can be used not only on iOS but also on Android. TicPods are suitable for listening to music during physical activity or while moving around the city as well as for calls, they sound good...More

Mobvoi's TicPods come on the market two years after the launch of Apple's AirPods and are an alternative that can be used not only on iOS but also on Android. TicPods are suitable for listening to music during physical activity or while moving around the city as well as for calls, they sound good but don't expect a high-quality audio experience.

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Stuff

They’re comfy, the audio is good and the price tag won’t leave you weeping

from Stuff

The design is perfectly wearable with the earbuds feeling comfy and secure while the touch control, although a little patchy, is a nice er, touch as well. Overall, we found the TicPods gave us a better audio experience than Apple’s buds, particularly in places with lots of ambient noise. And th...More

The design is perfectly wearable with the earbuds feeling comfy and secure while the touch control, although a little patchy, is a nice er, touch as well. Overall, we found the TicPods gave us a better audio experience than Apple’s buds, particularly in places with lots of ambient noise. And the fact that you can use them with Android as well is another big selling point for Apple avoiders.

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