Letsfit T22 Wireless Earbuds 2020 Detailed Review.
Letsfit T22 Wireless Earbuds: True wireless earbuds have dominated the audio market recently and for good reason. Wires are quickly becoming obsolete. From Qi wireless charging standards for our mobile devices to true wireless headphones, people are moving away from the tangled days of the past and toward a liberated future. Nikola Tesla would be proud to see the movement toward a wireless world.
With that said, there are a lot of options to choose from when it comes to true wireless earbuds. To make your choice easier we are here to introduce the Letsfit T22s. To get all of the gripes out of the way immediately, the biggest complaint we have about these earbuds is the fact that they did so many things right and still decided to use a micro-USB charging port instead of USB-C.
Design & Functionality
These earbuds are about as minimalist as you can get while also being slick and stylish. Their flat metallic surface has a rigid swirl design but also doubles as the touchpad for their touch control system. As expected with the touch control system you can use it for your basic headphone functions.
If you tap the multi-function button once you will either play or pause your audio. If you tap the button on the right earbud twice you will skip to the next track. Pressing the button twice on the left earbud will go to the previous track. If you tap and hold the right earbud the volume will increase and doing so on the left earbud will make the volume go down
The battery power in the T22s is pretty impressive. Most of the competitor TW earbuds out there cap out at around 3 hours of playtime before they need to be tossed into the charging case. Then the charging case on most of them tends to give you a total of around 20 to 30 hours of use.
The LetsFit T22s however comes in at a solid 4.5 hours of playtime on a single charge and the 2600mAh battery in the charging case gets you up to 80 hours of playback time. With 1 hour of charge, you can get up to 4.5 hours of playtime on the earbuds.
With the latest rendition of Bluetooth technology being a prerequisite to have true wireless earbuds in the first place, it goes without saying that these earbuds have Bluetooth 5.0. Without Bluetooth 5.0 your device would be unable to pair with multiple devices at the same time and therefore would be unable to pair with two earbuds.
Along with this wireless protocol, you get a massive increase in the quality of the audio over previous Bluetooth versions. There is no signal loss or delay which causes smooth audio transmission for the earbuds and a much higher capacity to deal with higher quality audio codecs.
We must say that the audio quality of the T22s is amazing. With the AAC HD code protocol, you can get maximum quality audio streams. These also utilize a new chipset that processes deep bass so you can feel reverberating in your head.
The mic audio is also incredibly clear on calls despite not having an extended shaft to get the mic closer to your mouth as many other earbuds do, including the SoundPEATs Truepods that we reviewed recently.
That said they do not have very much in the way of wind protection for the microphone so you may need to cup your hands over them if you are caught in the wind.
The Letsfit T22 earbuds come with a 45-day money back and exchange policy along with a twelve-month warranty that covers any defects. When combined with their 24/7 customer support it makes buying these earbuds completely risk-free. As with all true wireless earbuds, you have to decide whether or not you are the kind of person that won’t loses one of the earbuds because they certainly are easy to lose.
What lowers this risk just a tad is that the master earbud can switch to either one so if you lose one, the other will still be completely functional. That is a great little feature as often you find a single earbud is a dedicated master and the other earbud cannot function alone without it.
If the USB-C protocol just triggered you too much to the point that you can’t overlook it or everything else great about the T22 true wireless earbuds, then you should check out the SoundPEATS TrueEngine 2 earbuds instead.
We wouldn’t blame you for feeling that way because USB-C is just so much better and you never have to look at the USB port to figure out which vertical orientation you need to have your cable in order to plug it into your charging case.
Too many times have we tried plugging in a micro-USB cable into its port and realized it was upside down, flipped it over, and then still couldn’t get it in then looked closer and found out it was right the first time.