BlitzWolf probably isn’t a name you’ve heard before and that’s ok because neither had I. They offer a wide variety of products from home and lighting to auto accessories to earphones to wireless speakers. Speaking of earphones, BlitzWolf was kind enough to send us a pair of the Graphene In-ear Earphones which feature a quality material cable that won’t tangle when using them with your device, a Graphene sound unit to offer HiFi sound quality, and a built-in mic that’s clear as day. Let’s see how the BlitzWolf Graphene earphones held up in this review.
The Blitzwolf Graphene Earbuds include the following features and specifications:
- Impedance: 32Ω
- Speaker Diameter: 10mm
- Frequency Response: 20Hz – 20kHz
- Sensitivity: 102 ± 3dB
- Power: 5mW
- 3.5mm audio jack
- 60 degree elevation
- Weight: 15g
What’s in the Box
- S/M/L Eartip pieces
- Earphone Strap
- Warranty Card
Most outer shell earphones have their own design by the manufacturer and BlitzWolf took the simple route and made it, well simple. The outer shell is cone shaped with slight indents making the design look sleek leading up to the eartip. What I like about the shell itself is that there’s an aluminum alloy back cavity that adds a nice touch to the earphones. The earpiece is angled at 60 degrees to provide comfort while being in your ear so your ear won’t feel any kind of discomfort after hours of usage. Going down the cable, you’ll reach the dedicated wired remote that will let you change the volume/songs, play/pause, and answer/reject phone calls. A mic is on the back of the remote if you do end up using the earphones for phone calls, which I will get to that later on in this review.
Leaving the remote and finishing up down the line, you’ll reach the end where the 3.5mm headphone jack is. BlitzWolf added their logo to give the jack a nice touch. As for the cable, it’s made out of TPE (Thermoplastic Elastomers) material that won’t let the wire get tangled up when in use. Even after having it in my backpack for some time, the cable didn’t get tangled up in itself.
Any music I played sounded really good ranging from soft/quiet to loud/heavy with no distortion or sounding muffled. The reasoning for the great sound is because of the 10mm Graphene speaker inside the earphone. With that comes maximized audio range and frequency along allowing deep lows and clear vocals.
Many wired headphones these days come with audio controls and a mic, and these are in the same boat. When I was making or receiving phone calls, those on the other end of the line came in loud and clear. Much louder than I expected and I liked that because there’s one person in my contact list that talks really low, so I was able to hear her. When I asked how well others could hear me, they told me it was like I was standing next to them, in a sense. One downside that I noticed was that people could hear other conversations or music that was in the background. No big deal, but the noise cancellation on the mic could be better.
Now, I know what you may be thinking here, “these earphones must cost at least $30USD or higher, maybe $20USD at the least.” Well, think again because the BlitzWolf earphones only cost $13USD and for how good they sound, that’s a price you cannot beat. Say you end up losing them or they may break at some point or say you need a present for someone, you’re not paying an arm or a leg for a new pair.
I usually tend to say this, but I’ll keep saying it anyway, but if you’re ever in need of new earphones, give BlitzWolf’s Graphene earphones a try. Frankly, I really like them and think you guys will too if you do decide to purchase them. The sound is great, call quality is nice if you’re one who uses earphones during your calls and the price. The price is the number one feature.