I have been weighing the Airpods against the Jabra 65T for a while (I have Pixel 2), but neither of these had was I was totally looking for. But as soon as I found these with aptX, BT5, and all the other benefits of the newer Qualcomm chipset (QCC3026)...I had to give them a go.
-Sound is quite good, especially for their size. They are a bit bass heavy, but nothing an EQ can't dial out and some may prefer this anyway. Coming from the Sennheiser HD450 BTNC, these are considerably better sounding...which is strange on the surface, but frankly I never found the Sennheisers to really sound that great.
-Works with just one bud, doesn't matter which one.
-Battery has so far been pretty good, have not really stressed them out honestly. I don't really use them for long stints.
-Range is good. Though as with most things, having more obstructions will reduce the range.
-Have not had any unexpected dropping audio or connectivity issues. Sometimes when they transition from single bud to the pair, you can tell they are figuring it out by cutting in/out for a few seconds. This has not bothered me in the slightest, but worth mentioning.
-Buttons respond well and make sense to use.
-Ocean blue color is great, kind of has a pearl look to it, not just gloss.
-Calls work well, my friends say they can clearly hear me, but I have not tested in an environment with a lot of background noise.
-Fitment is great for me, I don't even need the extra silicone surrounds they come with. Would have no issues running with these.
-They are pretty small and are quite a bit more discreet than the Airpods or the Jabras. I find them much more aesthetically pleasing in general except for....
-The logos are too much. It just makes them look cheap, especially on the dark colors. I will be cutting some vinyl to cover the buttons/case logos so they look classier..likely a metallic copper to go with the ocean blue.
-Micro-USB charge port. I could not find this out via any information on the internet prior to purchase. Wish they were USB-C, especially for how new they are.
-Cannot for the life of me get these to work on my Dell Windows 10 laptop with an Intel Bluetooth chipset. They connect just fine, show up as an audio device and I can see the system is sending sound to them, but I hear nothing. Tried multiple different fixes along the lines of when Airpods/other bluetooth headphones aren't working, but to no avail. Lots of variables here, but I blame the headphones since others seem to work fine.
For being an relatively unknown company and making some stupid blunders like slapping their logo all over, I'm kind of surprised they are asking so much for them when they are likely to get lost in a sea of other sub-$60 earbuds that are mostly just re-branded clones. Don't be fooled though-- even with these shortcomings-- they are backed by a much newer chipset than most other true wireless earbuds and thusly have impressed me quite a bit.