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Audiofly AF33W Wireless In-Ear Headphones Review

I hope you enjoy this Audiofly AF33W Wireless In-Ear Headphones review.

I’ve been traveling a lot recently and when Audiofly got in touch to see if I would like to test out their wireless headphones, it was the perfect time for it.

On trips to Sydney, from Newcastle where I live, I generally get the train as it’s a scenic route and no hassle of parking or city traffic. I always listen to music pretty much the entire way and did the trip twice this month.
Audiofly AF33W Wireless In-Ear Headphones

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Audiofly AF33W Review: Wireless Headphones

Audiofly, operating since 2015 in Australia, design pro-musician stage and recording headphones with multi-driver technology.

You can buy Audiofly AF33W Headphones online them here in Australia and here in the US.

About the Audiofly AF33W Wireless Headphones

These Audiofly AF33W earphones come in two colours: white with rose gold details or all-black. Here’s the spec:

  • Wireless
  • Bluetooth audio streaming
  • Noise isolating silicon tips
  • Mic and volume control
  • Sweat resistant
  • Up to 10m sync range
  • 3.5 hours play time
  • Microfibre carry bag

They also come with a one year warranty.

Audiofly AF33W Wireless In-Ear Headphones
Audiofly AF33W Wireless In-Ear Headphones Specifications

How do they make life easier?

Well they’re very practical for use on-the-go whether it’s for traveling or day to day usage. They’re also far cheaper than alternatives I’ve seen – which has always put me off purchasing before.

The earphones are lightweight, easy to use and comfortable to wear. They work well and I didn’t seem to annoy any fellow train travelers despite having the volume up! I found the sound high quality and the volume control easy to use.

Audiofly AF33W Wireless In-Ear Headphones
Everything included with the Audiofly AF33W Wireless In-Ear Headphones

Audiofly AF33W Wireless In-Ear Headphones

They’re going to be great for going to the gym and I’ll be testing out the ‘sweat resistant’ claims with that soon.

Charging took just over an hour and they lasted for around three hours. That said, it wasn’t continuous use either. This doesn’t really concern me as even three hours works well for what I need them for.

If you’re looking for a pair of discreet and comfortable earphones, these are fab and I would definitely recommend them. They’re great for traveling, exercise or any other time when you want to listen to music or make calls comfortably.

Where to Buy Audiofly Headphones

You can buy Audiofly AF33W Headphones online them here in Australia and here in the US.

Purchase or find out more about this product and the Audiofly range here. If you’re local to Perth, you can pop to their store here: 75 King Street, Perth, Western Australia.

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Special mentions to Lolo, Kylie and Erin.

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31 Comments

  1. Natalie Young
    / 11:50 pm

    Relax, communicate and use checklists. If things go to all hell, just relax, think, and realise that in the end, everything will be okay as long as everyones safe.
    Pick the top things you want to so or do, and let the holiday create its own adventure by giving free time to explore and have fun.

  2. Eva Kiraly
    / 10:55 pm

    Keep a magazine, book and pen in your onboard travel bag for easy access when you get the urge.

  3. Kylie
    / 6:34 pm

    When travelling – planning/organisation is our top tip & part
    As we visit places that inspire and captivate hearts
    Exploring with family creates memories; one of a kind
    Adventures to look back on & always beautifully remind
    That every day is full of love and truly blessed
    With Audiofly & Love From Mim we would be impressed!

  4. Helga Grenkowitz
    / 10:46 pm

    Have your ‘Audio Fly’ with you :)

  5. Michelle Gray
    / 9:39 am

    Best tip, leave the kids at home ;)

  6. Betty Henson
    / 10:09 am

    Drink water- not so easy getting up and down on the flight, but so worth it.

  7. Laura S
    / 2:05 pm

    An eye mask for some shut eye!

  8. Jessica Ashbrooke
    / 10:36 am

    Always bring games for the kids to keep sanity

  9. Rachel K
    / 3:44 am

    If you’re travelling with kids giving short-term and long-term rewards can help produce better behaviour. Before you leave get a collection of coins and dish them out for good behaviour along the duration of your trip with a promise to stop at a toy or lolly store once you reach your destination. Alternatively, you could also use a sticker chart with the promise of a prize once it’s full, providing some kind of a reward or incentive for good behaviour can certainly help reduce bickering.

  10. Kimba
    / 12:47 am

    Be organised; check flight details the night before and always carry the essentials like passport, cash and phone in your hand luggage

  11. May
    / 9:50 pm

    My best tip for making travel easy is to bring snacks. Plenty of snacks…and the better (read: tastier) the snack the easier the trip will be. I say this because hunger makes people hangry and traveling while hangry is a huge mistake. Especially when traveling with loved ones. You need extra patience when traveling with loved ones. Therefore, good snacks keep your stomach happy and your easy-goingness optimal because travel can often throw spanners in your travel plans. But…I think often my solution to anything is to bring snacks.

  12. Erin
    / 7:37 pm

    Crowdsource! Ask your friends to recommend their favourite places in the cities you’re going to. This is especially useful on Facebook where you can use the ‘ask for recommendations’ tool and find out really fun and interesting tips from friends and acquaintances you may not normally run into.

  13. Heidi O'Day
    / 6:46 pm

    Be Prepared for anything. Be prepared to enjoy yourself firstly so stretch those smiling muscles! Prepare by listing all the things you will need carry on, luggage wise and documentation. Having fun already? I get excited with preparation for holidays even the mundane stuff like who takes your bins out and feeds the cat. (Yes there is a list for that too)

  14. Alison
    / 1:19 pm

    Just enjoy it – holidays are supposed to be for relaxing trying to pack to much in can become stressful.

  15. Samara McRae
    / 1:13 pm

    Be prepared for anything and don’t get stressed if things don’t go to plan. Just make the most of whatever happens.

  16. REBEKAH BALLINGALL
    / 12:38 am

    Make a list of what you need. Then save that list and use it everytime!

  17. Lolo W
    / 1:13 pm

    For us, family trips never quite seem ‘easy’,
    from go to whoa it’s rarely smooth and breezy,
    disorganised hubby, two young kids in tow,
    holidays for me are often a hard row to hoe!

    So the best tip I’d offer travel stressed mums like me,
    craving their vacations to be more hassle free:
    Audiofly your ears before heading out to roam,
    and just for one trip, leave the family at home!

  18. Jade O
    / 11:26 am

    I live for lists, write everything down you think you need to pack and tick off as you pack. Packing by outfit also ensures you have exactly what you need and you don’t over pack!

  19. Paula H
    / 9:13 am

    Lots of snacks. Lots of music. And plenty of prior planning to make sure everything runs smoothly (especially the car)

  20. tracy wedding
    / 9:00 am

    only take what you really need pack as light as possible ,

  21. Louise
    / 11:35 pm

    Audio Books ! They are great for long trips and good entertainment, that don’t promote travel sickness :)

  22. / 9:08 pm

    Be prepared. Tissues, snacks, lipgloss and decent entertainment (music, movies, books, whatever your thing is) are all great. Take your time, let the things you can’t control (like airline delays and traffic) not stress you out

  23. Nicole Kent
    / 6:22 pm

    A great playlist
    Along with plenty of snacks
    Keeps everyone happy
    And kids quiet in the back!

  24. Terri Todd
    / 4:13 pm

    Always have plenty of great music to listen to, then the time will always go fast

  25. Bee B
    / 3:40 pm

    Be organised, expect the unexpected, so be prepared and make sure you brig along lots of things to keep the little travellers entertained.

  26. Lesley Olariu
    / 3:33 pm

    Carry-on baggage only, saves time and forces you to really think about what you really need!

  27. Tracy Mackay
    / 3:20 pm

    Plan ahead and be as organised as possible. Take something to make passing time easier like a book and also take water and some snacks.

  28. Karina Lee
    / 2:29 pm

    Be flexible. Things will not always go according to schedule or plan when you have kids in tow. So just make do with whatever happens and have a great time! You will look back and realise how awesome your trip was, no matter how many hiccups you had along the way! They make for great story telling!

  29. Deborah Bolam
    / 2:10 pm

    My best tip for traveling if driving by car take plenty of snacks for the kids and make plenty of rest stops let the kids and adults stretch their legs and have a good break plus make sure all devices are fully charged

  30. Teena L
    / 2:09 pm

    Plan as much as you can before you go and then leave any stress at home, have fun and enjoy :) (and if you and the kids can sleep on planes, take late night flights, cheaper and you dont have to worry about keeping the kids entertained or fed :)

  31. Bryony Sumner
    / 1:56 pm

    Our best tip for making travel easy is to do research and take your time! Don’t always go for the dollar saving option – especially with kids – there’s no point saving money on flights if they are at terrible times of the day/night or you have to change planes. Spend a bit extra and get the itinerary that suits.

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