Best Bluetooth Earbuds Under 1000 Rupees

Best Bluetooth Earbuds Under 1000

Bluetooth earbuds have become quite popular in the past couple of years and they deserve it. There are just so many pros to a wireless earphone over a wired one. They don’t get tangled up by keeping in pockets, your head movement is not restricted by wires, you can keep your phone away and still listen to the music. Bluetooth earbuds are very useful, especially for those who like listening to music while working out, running, traveling, or riding a bike.

Bluetooth earbuds are also helpful if you get a lot of calls and you have to manage them while working. You can simply keep your phone in your pocket or somewhere else while you can pick up a call just by touching the earphone. Bluetooth earbuds are suitable for anyone who likes to multitask and wants to increase their productivity.

Now you must be wondering if wireless Bluetooth earbuds are cool and have so many pros, then why do wired earbuds still exist, why hasn’t the wireless revolution taken over yet? Well, it’s because of the price of Bluetooth earbuds. While wireless buds or neckbands offer a wide range of features and pros, it also comes with some cons.

For starters, they are expensive. You have to charge them every 2-3 days. Also, some people fear losing those tiny earbuds simply because they are careless. Well, all these cons will be taken care of in today’s list.

We have compiled our top 5 picks of Bluetooth earbuds under 1000 INR so no need to worry about pricing. We have specially mentioned some earbuds with long-lasting battery backup. Lastly, we have also mentioned some neckbands for people who fear losing that microscopic earbud. If you are a gamer we will suggest you to check out gaming headphones under 2000. Let’s get started:

NOTE: Prices of the products may vary time to time, you can get them under 1000 INR by applying some offers or maybe on sale. We have personally bought each and every product in this list and used them.


5 Best Bluetooth Earbuds Under 1000 Rupees


1. boAt Airdopes 141

boAt Airdopes 141

Specifications

  • Brand: boAt
  • Model: Airdopes 141
  • Type: truly wireless earbuds
  • Bluetooth version: 5.1
  • Weight: 60 grams

The sound

Making its debut on our list, boAt offers airdopes 141 at 999 which comes with the classic boAt sound profile that includes heavy bass, decent treble, and balanced highs and lows. The sound profile of boAt is approved by every music enthusiast in India and airdopes 141 is no exception and on the first position of best Bluetooth earbuds under 1000.

It has 12mm dynamic drivers and they don’t fail your expectations of heavy bass. It is perfect for calls and music. The mic quality is amazing on this one because of the Enx technology that enhances the unidirectional nature of the microphone to catch your voice and nothing else.

It also features a beast mode that reduces the latency to 80ms which means it is also a good fit for gamers. IN my experience no lag or delay occurred while playing BGMI and COD.

The looks and comfort

It is available in bold black, cyan cider(gray), and pure white. The earbuds have a matte finish and a white boAt logo on the backside. Ear tips are soft and fit snugly into the ears. The stem is thin but contains a lot of techs like the touch sensors and the chips for implementing Enx technology. Overall. it has a subtle yet classy look to it.

The build and battery

The build quality of all boAt products is amazing and you also get the brand warranty of one year. The earbuds are made up of light metal which means they are comfortable yet durable. The solid plastic used in the earbuds as well as on the case will not disappoint even after rough usage.

The battery life on these is excellent with around 42 hours of battery backup claimed by boAT. In my testing, I found out this earbud lasts around 4 hours on a single charge while the case can replenish the buds about 6 times which takes the total to a mind-boggling 24 hours. boAt claims to have active noise cancellation which is a gimmick. The earbuds do have passive noise cancellation. Having all these quality make this product on top of the list of best Bluetooth earbuds under 1000 bucks.

Pros
  • Best battery life on the list
  • Great bass
  • Dope looks
Cons
  • Delayed touch response

2. Matlek Defenders Gaming Earbuds

Matlek Defenders Gaming Earbuds

Specifications

  • Brand: Matlek
  • Model: Defenders
  • Type: Truly wireless earbuds
  • Bluetooth version: 5.2
  • Battery capacity: 1200 mAh

The sound

We decided to start our list with a treat for our budget gamer friends and the second rank on best earbuds under 1000 . However, the sound is not the selling point for this Bluetooth earphone, it’s the looks. The sound quality on this one is not particularly amazing. The brand is not well known so obviously a sound profile is not something that will attract customers for this one.

The bass is decent, the treble is underwhelming and the vocals are lost. The stereo separation is good and that’s all a gamer needs. You can accurately locate the enemy by listening to his footsteps.

It claims to have a latency of 50 ms which is a blatant lie. In my experience, the latency would be nowhere less than 200 ms.

The comfort and looks

Looks are the unique selling point of these earbuds as they are aimed toward the gaming community and gaming is all about RGB and fancy geometrical designs. The base color of this earbud is metal grey in a matte finish and a neon green logo of Matlek in the center. The hexagonal charging case is in a darker shade of grey and has parrot green accents. Overall, it looks like the earphone terminator would use to communicate with Sarah.

The earbud weighs only 4 grams which means you won’t even notice it in your years. The fit is good and it does not fall off while running or working out. Also, the design of this earphone does not create a vacuum in your ears so it does not sweat.

The build and battery

The battery life is pretty weak on this one, in fact, one of the worst that I have ever experienced. It dies out in less than 3 hrs. which is like half of what others on this list have to offer. The case can recharge the buds from zero to full about three times and it takes about two hours to recharge a fully drained out case with buds in it.

The build is sturdy, though made up entirely of plastic. The hinge seems loose and may cause problems after a few months of rough usage.

Pros
  • Gaming aesthetic
  • Solid build quality
Cons
  • Poor sound profile
  • Poor battery life

3. Boult Audio Airbass Propods X

Boult Audio Airbass Propods X

Specifications

  • Brand: Boult
  • Model: airbass propods X
  • Type: Bluetooth neckband
  • Bluetooth version: 5.1
  • Weight: 90 grams

The sound

One of the classiest looking earbuds on the market, propods X, has made it to this list because of their bass. Apart from heavy bass, the sound profile of boult is my personal favorite and this is indeed one of the best Bluetooth earbuds under 1000. The bass in boult products is by far the best in the budget category followed by boAt.

The stereo separation is perfect which is helpful for gamers. The bass is deep and thumpy while the treble is also balanced. The highs are decent and the lows are amazing. Overall, in terms of sound profile, this is the best you can get at this price point.

The looks and comfort

The earbuds are made up of solid plastic which means they are quite heavy and uncomfortable. It is available in black, red and gray. The fin helps increase the grip of earbuds and they do not fall off easily.

The build and battery

Battery life on this earbud is way better than other TWS for continuous usage as the entire battery sits in the huge drum of the earbuds, unlike other TWS where the case has a separate battery pack and each bud is given a tiny amount of mAh. The body of the buds as well as the case is entirely made up of plastic but feels sturdy in hand. It also has IPX5 water resistance.

Boult claims 32 hours of playback time but in my experience, it died out after 20 hours of continuous music playback at 75% volume which is indeed one of the best battery backups I have seen at this price.

Pros
  • Great battery life
  • Low latency mode(80ms)
  • Best sound profile with heavy bass
Cons
  • Uncomfortable to wear
  • Not very aesthetic

4. Ptron Bass Buds Pixel

Ptron Bass Buds Pixel

Specifications

  • Brand: Ptron
  • Model: Bassbuds Pixel
  • Type: Truly wireless earbuds
  • Bluetooth version: 5.1
  • Battery capacity: 300 mAh

 The sound

Ptron is not known for its sound and it reflects in these earbuds. The flat sound profile of these earbuds is underwhelming and makes them redundant at Rs 999. The bass is light and the treble is not balanced. The mids are decent but the highs and lows are lacking. Overall, the sound profile is not the USP of these buds.

The stereo separation is non-existent and they don’t even get loud enough. The latency, however, is low and in my experience, it seems to have a latency of around 60-65ms which means it is a great buy for gamers who don’t play FPS games.

The looks and comfort

Bassbuds pixel dominates this category with its matte black finish on the earbuds and glossy finish on the stem. The silver disc on the bottom of the stem looks cheap. The case is also glossy black and has no unnecessary cutouts or designs. There is a white color available but it looks like a poorly made copy of AirPods.

The earbuds are lightweight and the stem helps to keep the buds in place. They do not fall off easily. However, the design is such that it may not be comfortable for everyone. People with small ears may feel pain in the inner region.

The build and battery

The battery life is terrible on this one and it goes in line with PTron’s reputation. Individual earbuds will last about 2 hours and the case can recharge the buds about three times from zero to a hundred.

The construction is completely plastic and feels cheap in hand. The ear tips are soft and fit snugly in the ears. It also has touch controls on both stems but the response rate is low which ruins the experience. You can also use Siri/assistant with these earbuds.

Pros
  • Classy looks
  • Comfortable to wear
Cons
  • Poor battery life
  • Non-existent stereo separation
  • Light bass

5. Boult Audio Airbass Q10

Boult Audio Airbass Q10

Specifications

  • Brand: Boult
  • Model: AirBass Q10
  • Type: Truly wireless earbuds
  • Bluetooth version: 5.0
  • Weight: 100 grams

The sound

The sound profile of boult is taken a step further with Airbass Q10. The depth of bass has been drastically increased and you can even feel the earbuds vibrating while playing heavy bass at full volume.

The treble is decent and the vocals are crystal clear and balanced. The latency on this earphone is disappointing and it cannot be used to play games at all. The stereo separation however is amazing and coupled with the deep bass, it creates an enriched sound experience.

The looks and comfort

The earbuds when kept closed in the case look classy with a matte black body and grey accent in between. As soon as you take them out, they look and feel bulky. I won’t hesitate in considering this egg-shaped design of earbuds to be the worst. They don’t fit in my ears with their loose ear tips. The bulky egg-shaped exterior of the buds hangs out of my ear which even makes it fall during workout or while running.

The touch controls are responsive and you can use google assistant on these earbuds.

The build and battery

These earbuds outshine every other wireless earphone on this list in terms of battery. They have a battery backup of 24 hours in total. The buds can go 6 hours on their own can be fully recharged 4 times with the charging case.

The construction is entirely made up of good quality heavy plastic and seems durable to me. The hinge on the case is also firm and clicks when it shuts.

Pros
  • Good looking case
  • Amazing sound profile with the best bass on this list
  • Great battery life
Cons
  • Ugly and bulky earbuds
  • Uncomfortable to wear

 

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