A headset that costs less than 45$ has a unique feature that even high-end models don’t have. It sounds unbelievable, but it’s right for iWalk Crazy Duo. Which are the exciting features? No need to hesitate anymore, let us find out now!
To myself, I was shocked when iWalk Crazy Duo has a feature that was only thought of on high-end smartphones or headphones. Although this feature has been introduced to the world for a long time, even up to now, this ability has only been put explicitly on strategic smartphone models of some brands, not to mention True Wireless wireless headphones.
Even high-end models like Bang & Olufsen Beoplay E8 2.0 or Sennheiser’s famous TWS pair are not integrated with this feature. A unique feature and even more special when it is on iWalk Crazy Duo – a pair of headphones cost less than 50$.
Large 2,500mAh Battery – Almost the Same as a High-End Smartphone
iWalk Crazy Duo is not suddenly assigned to the title of big battery TWS headset. Even in the international market, few headsets have the same capacity battery as it currently has. With a figure of up to 2,500mAh, the new pair of iWalk headphones has the same specifications as the battery of an iPhone X (2,710mAh). Too impressive for a couple of entirely wireless headsets.
Despite knowing that the True Wireless headset series is not natural, most have a battery capacity of about 20-30 hours of charging. Not only do they not fit the large battery into the charging case, but they have a problem with both optimizing its size and perfecting other factors such as sound quality, Bluetooth, appearance, etc. And it’s not easy, but iWalk Crazy Duo can do it.
Good-looking design, waterproof IPX5, Bluetooth 5.0, reverse charging, wireless charging, iWalk owns many features even when there is a battery as big as a high-end iPhone X.
“Unique” LCD monitor
This is an exclusive feature that is probably unique to iWalk Crazy Duo, even the top TWS headphones such as Sennheiser MOMENTUM True Wireless or AirPods Pro do not.
Of course, this does not mean that Crazy Duo’s case design is just for this reason, which could be better than that of high-end headphones. Only the earphones of iWalk have unique, eye-catching looks that no other headset on the market has.
Its LCD screen is not only beautiful but also impresses with the remaining battery capacity of the charging case. Intuitive and convenient, you can monitor the battery life directly, unlike other headsets, can only check via smartphone or when worn on the ear. Impressive, unique, convenient, and most importantly, “unique.”
Another convenient feature that not all high-end headphones have. The IPX5 waterproof rating or above on TWS headphones is not uncommon, but it is not so common that any pair of headphones can own it, including those classified in the high-end and high-end segments.
The most conspicuous example is the Sony WF-1000XM3 pair, which is listed at 200$ and is not even waterproof. Or as high-end Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless, the list price of ~ 310$ and the same price of Apple AirPods Pro is only IPX4 waterproof, one step behind Crazy Duo.
Water-resistance standards are not all but own a pair of TWS headphones IPX5 will be much less worried when exposed to rainwater, water splashes from the cup, etc. Not to mention the high water resistance standard synonymous With iWalk Crazy Duo, it will be more stable in a high humidity environment like our country.
Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity – the Highest Standard in The TWS World
Of course, the fastest is not counting the only pair of TWS that support Bluetooth 5.1 in the world Huawei Freebuds 3. This means that Crazy can theoretically stack the tray with high-end headphones.
On the other hand, in terms of the ability to work in real conditions, it is necessary to do more thorough comparison tests to be able to say which Bluetooth of the headset works stable, more evident than which headset.
But in general, getting the approval of Bluetooth 5.0 standard with just a headset at the price of less than 50$ is not easy.
The fact that iWalk Crazy Duo has many advantages that even the more advanced headphones does not mean that its overall can be compared to high lines. But those features are superior to the 50$ price point. The features are both practical, convenient, and not in touch, unique.