Beats Fit Pro Buds Review | True Wireless Earbuds for Gym Fans

Reviewing the Beats Fit Pro, some of the best True Wireless Earbuds (TWS) so far in 2022 for working out. I’ve been testing these buds, which cost as much as Apple’s Airpods, to see if they’re worth that premium £199 price. The Beats Fit Pro go on sale from Jan 28 here in the UK.

That wing design helps to keep these wireless earbuds firmly locked into place, although they also impact the comfort levels. After a couple of hours of music playing, I have to take a break – which is a shame as battery life is solid. The Beats Fit Pro buds can last over six hours between charges, even with Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) switched on.

Sounds quality is good, as you’d hope from Bluetooth earphones at this price. Codec support is limited, but iPhone users will enjoy spatial audio support and hands-free Siri access. Android users can download the Beats app to customise the controls, perform the fit test etc.

So are you tempted by the Beats Fit Pro? Or have you already been testing them out yourself? Check out my other videos about the latest and greatest TWS buds, and have a good one!

Beats Fit Pro Review Chapters:
0:00 – Rambly start bit
0:32 – Design
2:28 – Connectivity
3:00 – Controls & Beats app
5:00 – Audio quality
6:07 – ANC
7:07 – Mics & call quality
8:00 – Battery life
9:19 – Verdict

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