Braven Flye Sport Rush review

6.5/10 AVG.
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  • Braven Flye Sport Rush
  • Braven Flye Sport Rush

Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling No
Specification
Warranty (Months) 24 months
Release date September 18, 2019
Size
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


Apple Insider

Great sound and a design flaw

from Apple Insider

Braven's Flye Sport Rush earbuds are a respectable contender in the entry-level truly-wireless earbuds category. Their excellent sound quality earns points from us, but we wish that we would have seen integrated touch controls rather than the downright painful push-button.

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Braven's Flye Sport Rush earbuds are a respectable contender in the entry-level truly-wireless earbuds category. Their excellent sound quality earns points from us, but we wish that we would have seen integrated touch controls rather than the downright painful push-button.

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Android Central

True wireless earbuds that are built to last

from Android Central

Braven is the latest audio brand to step into the world of true wireless earbuds with its Flye Sport Rush, and for a first attempt, Braven did a bang-up job. The Flye Sport Rush are built to withstand a trip to the gym or outdoor hike, featuring IPX5 waterproofing and a rugged charging case. Batt...More

Braven is the latest audio brand to step into the world of true wireless earbuds with its Flye Sport Rush, and for a first attempt, Braven did a bang-up job. The Flye Sport Rush are built to withstand a trip to the gym or outdoor hike, featuring IPX5 waterproofing and a rugged charging case. Battery life is fantastic, and sound quality is more than good enough for casual music listening and catching up on podcasts.

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Nerd Techy

For the price and durability, they’re not a bad way to go

It’s a mid-tier earbud at best. The downside of its design is that it’s built to do many things at once. It’s supposed to reproduce beautiful music, but it’s also supposed to stand up to rain, sweat, and other abuse. On the second score, it succeeds admirably. As much as we’ve knocked...More

It’s a mid-tier earbud at best. The downside of its design is that it’s built to do many things at once. It’s supposed to reproduce beautiful music, but it’s also supposed to stand up to rain, sweat, and other abuse. On the second score, it succeeds admirably. As much as we’ve knocked on the Flye Sport’s sound quality, we need to stress that it’s engineered to survive intense workout sessions. You’re not going to find a reliable pair of athletic earbuds at this price, at least not a pair that’s going to take any significant amount of abuse.

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