Boat Airdopes 211 wireless earbuds launched in India for Rs 2,499

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Boat has launched its new pair of earbuds, which are touted to be one of the affordable options when it comes to wireless tech. The company calls it true wireless earbuds dubbed as Boat Airdopes 211. They are available for purchase at introductory pricing of Rs 2,499 on Amazon India’s website. The company hasn’t shared any information regarding the retail pricing after its introductory pricing is done. They come with 1-year carry-in warranty. 

Boat Airdopes 211 features

In case you’re looking to go for a true wireless experience like Apple’s earbuds, then these new Boat Airdopes 211 could be a good choice. There are many brands in India that are introducing the true wireless experience earbuds. Noise Shots is one such earbud you can take a look at. 

Claimed to offer a sleek comfort, they’re designed to offer an on-demand style at affordable pricing. The 8mm drivers assure sound quality is maintained for premium HD experience. The carefree generation, millennials, it is made to fit their lifestyle. They claim to offer rock-solid connectivity with high battery life as well. 

For connectivity, these Boat Airdopes utilizes the Bluetooth 4.1v support and 450mAh capacity for claimed battery life. The charging needs to be done using the case provided, the case can charge the earbuds at least thrice. It means you can use the earbuds for at least 10 hours based on the 2.5 hours of battery life on a single charge. 

They offer capacitive control button for functionality, the company claims zero hindrance during calls connected via Boat Airdopes 211. The in-ear ergonomic finish shall offer great comfort to the ears of the wearer. With IpX4 rating, you don’t have to worry about the sweat, as they are water resistant.

What do you guys think of the Boat Airdopes 211 wireless earbuds? Let us know in the comment section below.  

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