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The Sport X10 earbuds from Anker have an innovative new ear fit design


You can alter for the most comfortable fit thanks to the rotatable hooks.

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Under the Soundcore brand, Anker is introducing a fresh set of wireless earbuds for athletes with a special hook shape that fits comfortably over your ears.

The Sport X10 earphones are marketed as being comfortable, according to the manufacturer. People have reportedly complained that sports earbuds have a “bulky construction” and frequently fall out during a sweaty workout, according to a statement(opens in new tab) from Anker. In order to allow users to adjust the buds until they find the ideal fit, Anker added ear hooks that can swivel 210 degrees.


The Sport X10 can be submerged up to one metre (about three feet) underwater and has a water resistance grade of IPX7(opens in new tab) to help reduce perspiration. The gadgets also have SweatGuard technology from Soundcore to guard “against the corrosive characteristics of sweat.” After a strenuous workout, Anker is so confident in the X10’s water resistance that they guarantee it will not affect its functionality.

Sound and battery

The Sport X10 buds have a somewhat long battery life and a variety of functions for the best audio, in addition to sweat protection and hooks. They can operate for up to eight hours on a single charge or for 32 hours when used in conjunction with the charging case. A Fast Charging feature was also added by Anker, enabling “two hours of playing” following a 10-minute charge.

The Sport X10’s 10mm dynamic drivers have Soundcore’s BassUp feature, which lets you change the bass volume of a song in real-time. Connecting the earphones to the Soundcore app (available for iOS and Android) and choosing from one of 22 EQ settings will also allow you to alter the sound. The programme provides a 9-band custom EQ setting for those that desire even more customization.


A six-microphone call system and hybrid noise cancellation to wipe out background noise are further noteworthy features. To further enhance call quality on windy days, you can enable Wind Noise Reduction in the app. In contrast, the earbuds offer a Transparency mode that lets you hear what’s going on outside and pay attention to what is happening.

The Stereo Mode(opens in new tab) for song control is the Sport X10 earphones’ final major feature. To play or pause a song, for instance, press the right earbud twice; to skip a track, touch the left bud twice.

The Sport X10 is still a respectable set of headphones, despite not being as spectacular as the Sony WF-1000XM4 Wireless Earbuds. The earbuds cost $79 in the US, €99 in Europe, £89 in the UK, and C$119 in Canada. On Soundcore’s website (opens in new tab) or Amazon, you may purchase the pair in Black or Oat White (opens in new tab). No specific date has been announced, although a red variant is expected to be released in late July or early August.


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