True wireless earbuds are great because they’re so small and portable, but the problem with a lot of these earbuds would be battery life. For the most part, a lot of them offer pretty average battery life, but this is usually made up by the carrying case that lets users recharge on the go.

However, it seems that Audio-Technica are taking things to the next level with their new ATH-CKS50TW true wireless earbuds. According to the company, these earbuds are said to last for up to 20 hours at a time of continuous music playback when noise-cancellation has been turned off. Combine it with its charging case, we’re looking at about 50 hours in total.

The earbuds themselves feature active noise-cancellation that can be enabled or disabled with a touch of a button. It also comes with Sony 360 Reality Audio certification, supports Bluetooth 5.2, and are IPX4 rated so they should be usable in the gym or during a workout where you might get a bit sweaty.

While we suppose it doesn’t offer up any particularly fancy features or design, but at €170, we reckon it’s a pretty good deal for users who want a good performing pair of earbuds that will also be able to last them throughout the day.

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