The Beats Fit Pro are close to the Airpods 3 in terms of features. However, the Beats Fit Pro have a nice wing tipped design to help them stay in your ears. This is a nice especially if you plan on taking a jog while listening to some music. They currently sell for $200 and come in 4 different colors. Let’s take a closer look at some of the specs on these buds.
While the Beats Fit Pro don’t reinvent the wheel – or in this case, the wing tip – they do implement it in a way we’ve not yet seen. They can latch onto the inner ear to keep the buds in place. The carrying case is also square shaped and has a clam shell opening.
Well, you can expect to get around 6 hours of battery life from these buds. After using them for a few days I’d have to agree. If your using Android they have the Beats App which allows you to check the battery life on them. On the flip side if you’re using IOS you can add the battery widget to see how battery life is.
The Beats Fit Pro have active noise cancellation amongst other things. Such as ipx4 water and sweat proof, transparancy mode, and spatial audio with dynamic head tracking, and built-in features for IOS users. Those features include audio sharing and automatic switching.
The Beats Fit Pro are excellent earbuds. I love the wingtip design especially since I plan on working out alot while using them. You can check out the latest pricing on them here.