The Indian market features a wide variety of TWS earbuds from a wide variety of manufacturers at a wide range of prices. One such rival in the high-end TWS earbuds market is the LG Tone Free FP9.
Tone Free FP9 earbuds, currently selling for Rs 16,990 on Amazon India, have some serious strengths when put to paper. Though that’s a hefty sum for a pair of TWS earbuds, it places the Tone Free FP9 squarely in the high-end category.
The question is, though, whether the LG Tone Free FP9 TWS earbuds’ higher price tag is justified.
Plans and Construction
The LG Tone Free FP9 earphones are designed with the user’s comfort in mind. These headphones have a long cable and a curved shape, plus they have silicone ear tips that are medical grade.
Their use does not tire the ears at all, even after extended wear. I listened to music on the headphones for three hours straight without getting any discomfort.
The LG Tone Free FP9 excels in both form and function, earning an 8 out of 10 in both categories.
The round packaging for the LG Tone Free FP9 is typical for wireless earbuds. The Pearl White model we tested has a matte, smooth finish on both the earbuds and the case. Ear canals are entered by the angular tips of the buds, which are covered in a transparent silicone gel.
They are completely painless to wear for extended periods of time and block out a respectable amount of ambient noise. The buds can be controlled by touching the top of the stems or using other gestures.
The LG Tone Free FP9 excels in ergonomics and style.
The LG Tone Free FP9 buds arrive in a circular case. A smooth matte finish characterizes both the earbuds and the case of the Pearl White model we were sent for review.
Ear canals are reached by the angular, short-stemmed buds, which are coated in a transparent silicone gel.
They are completely painless to wear for extended periods of time and block out a respectable amount of ambient noise. The buds can be controlled with a variety of hand gestures using the touch-enabled stems.