EarFun has come out with some pretty good true wireless earbuds with decent sound and battery life for US$80.
The iTeknic BH004 earbuds offer up pretty decent sound and battery life for those looking for an affordable pair of TWS earbuds.
If you're looking to pick up a pair of true wireless earbuds, I personally can't recommend the PaMu Slide TWS earbuds enough.
The Cleer Ally True Wireless In-Ear Headphones have great battery life, decent sound, and a small, comfortable fitting design.
The Mezone Snug-Fit TWS Plus Earbuds definitely have a nice snug fit and acceptable sound but lack in battery life.
The PaMu Slide TWS earbuds are already fully funded with a month left in the campaign.
While the Tivoli Go Fonico offers solid sound, longer battery life would be nice and I wasn't a fan of the physical...
While most true wireless earbuds operate in a master/slave arrangement, Mezone pairs to any device individually.
All things considered, the Tribit X1 did very well in the sound quality department for being true wireless earbuds.
If you're looking for a solid, comfortable, decent sounding set of true wireless earbuds, the Mobvoi TicPods Free should definitely be on...
If you're looking to jump on the true wireless earbud train, the Nano Pods are an excellent choice given the sound quality...
Tivoli Audio touts the Fonico Bluetooth Earbuds as "a sporty black alternative to AirPods" that are useful for traveling, business, and working...
The Phiaton Bolt 700 BT true wireless earbuds sound great, offer decent battery life, and are affordably priced.
If you're not overly picky about sound quality, the NOVA True Wireless Earbuds do have affordability and decent battery life going for them.