AIWA Prodigy Air | True Wireless Premium Earphones

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AIWA Prodigy Air | True Wireless Premium Earphones


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True wireless freedom
There are no wires on the AIWA Prodigy Air to get tangled or get in the way. Using Bluetooth 5.0 technology, they’re able to pair with your phone in seconds after you take them out of the case, giving you seamless freedom to listen to music or talk on the phone wherever you go.

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Incredible AIWA sound
The AIWA Prodigy Air features an exclusive driver architecture and acoustic tuning that delivers incredibly clear, balanced sound. With rich, deep bass, clear midrange, and sparkling, extended treble, everything you love about your music will come through in perfect definition.

Listen all day – and night
The AIWA Prodigy Air boasts a massive 8-hour battery listening time before you have to charge the earbuds, and can re-charge 2-3 times, giving you a total of 32 hours of battery life and wireless freedom.

Works with your workout
The AIWA Prodigy Air has IPX5 water resistance, for sweat resistance through your toughest workout. And with a light, secure fit, you can run, jump, climb, or bike with confidence.

Crystal clear calls
Using Bluetooth 5 and advanced echo cancellation through the built-in microphones, the AIWA Prodigy Air will deliver call quality you never thought possible. No more shouting or straining to hear – you’ll hear them and they’ll hear you as if you were talking on a landline.

1 review for AIWA Prodigy Air | True Wireless Premium Earphones

  1. David Mansilla (verified owner)

    Another amazing product from Aiwa.

    Great bass response taking into account this is an in ear headphone.

    Amazing battery life. I have had them in use for more than 15 hours at a low volume and never went off.

    Really easy to pair, you can use only one and you can share one with a friend who can stay more than 15 meter away from you and still works. Great feature.

    Cons: dock charging station uses an old USB interface so you will need to carry the usb cable with you.

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