REVIEW: Pamu Unique Wireless Earbuds

I’ve had the PaMu Unique for about 1 month. There are some things that are just simply amazing and I wish the AirPods would take note. Other things are not great at all and leave me scratching my head as to why they would do some of the things they do. Let us jump in. The changeable covers are a very creative touch. The PaMu Unique Covers that I received looked to be of some type of lacquer paintings. A style was practiced in China, Korea, and Japan for decoration on lacquerware. The folks at Padmate modernized it by adding touches of graffiti and abstract art. I like the option of switching up my case based on my style or mood that day. The magnetic design makes the covers easy to switch out at any time. Take note Apple & Samsung make it easy for us to make our products our own.

Moving to the PaMu Unique themselves, what makes them so special is that they offer good performance. They get that performance due to applying the Qualcomm QCC3020 chip. The chip provides stable sound quality. I would not call these high-quality earbuds. They are not cheap by any means but calling them luxurious would stretching it. The PaMu Qnique is not here to be the most luxurious or smallest earbuds out there. It is made to do one thing well; deliver on real sound quality.

The earphones do have better resolution than most. Their Micron Composite Vibration Membrane seems to do the trick of reducing sound distortion. The high-performance Dual-Mic noise-canceling technology is said to cancel out 90% background noise. I found that I was able to have clear calling even in noisy environments. However, I did discover an issue while driving. The Bluetooth cuts in and out at times. That aside, the PaMu Unique sounds great and looks wonderful. The PaMu Unique ergonomic design and 6 Sizes of ear tips ensure that they stay on while running around town or working out.

One of the great things about these that Apple should take note of is the 5 minutes of charging that gets you 1 hour charge time. Along with being easy to charge and go thePaMu Unique uses a Type-C connector so it’s future proof.

The Specs:

  • Bluetooth Chip: QCC3020
  • Battery: 400mAh
  • Playtime: 30 hrs
  • Great Bass
  • Touch Control
  • Water Resistance:IPX6
  • Wireless charging
  • Dual-Mic Noise Cancelling Technology

What’s in the Box

– 2 Bluetooth Earbuds
– 1 Dual-Function Portable Charger
– 1 Type-C
– 6 Ear Tips
– 1 Carry bag
– 3 PaMu Unique Covers

Pro: Great ergonomic design. USB-C fast charging. Interchangeable covers for the charging case. Good price.

Con: Being unable to turn off the blinking blue light on the side of the earphones is very distracting at night. The charging case is larger than most.

Cost: $89

Aye/Nay: This is a Aye. These Bluetooth 5.0  headphones are a great cost, sound good and have long battery life. $90 is worth it.

Product: Padmate Pamu Unique TWS Wireless Earbuds, aptX, BT 5.0

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