Would anyone know what Rowkin is? What do they do? Rowkin is a manufacturer of earbuds that are truly wireless. Rowkin is one of the first in this field. Have you had a chance to experience what they make? I encourage you to check them out and try what they offer.
Rowkin made their release of the Charge Touch at the end of July 2018 and are available at the various locations.
Just last year I was working on an article about the Rowkin Micro and the Rowkin Surge. The Micro offers a small form factor for a truly wireless stereo experience and comes with a charging case. The Surge earbuds are what active people are looking for when it comes to sweat protection, durability and more.
Today, I’m going to talk and give you my feedback on the latest in this series the Bit Charge Touch. Much like the name says it, this is a version similar to the Micro, but it has a few more neat tricks.
Like the name indicates, these are touch-enabled earbuds. This gives you an effortless tap-control at your fingertips. We can find Bluetooth technology 5.0 which provides an even more stable connection. There’s a lot of benefits with BT 5.0, range, quality, connectivity etc.
An even better option is the sweat-proof that’s been added to the Charge Touch, making it ideal for anyone.
Up to 50+ hours worth of talk/music time, now, of course, this varies depending on a number of factors.
The carrying case also doubles up as a powerbank for your smartphone offering up 2100 mAh of power but only delivering 1A. This equates to slow charging in my books.
Enough with the earbuds, let’s see about the sound and the technology used behind them.
If there’s one thing we can all agree on, it’s that deep, impactful bass is of the utmost importance when choosing a pair of earbuds. That being said, the Bit Charge Touch is engineered with a dynamic driver made with a premium mylar diaphragm. This translates to stronger bass and better overall sound quality.
Having the right tips for the earbuds and making that nice seal when you insert them will give you the best possible sound. I’ve listened to a few different genres of music and I can say that they sound great!
- Lows: You can definitely hear that engine rev up or that really rich bass kick without getting that distortion that irks you.
- Mids: Unlike the Micro, the mids in this instance have been fine-tuned and the vocals are really clear in this range
- Highs: The highs get plenty of room to play and are sharp and clear.
Coming it at $99 US currently on Amazon or via Rowkin’s own store these are at a really good price for anyone looking at having excellent enjoyable music with a truly wireless stereo experience.
Wrapping the review up I’m feeling confident that Rowkin will keep innovating and bringing in more interesting and unique features to its line of products. It’s capturing a market segment that’s going even more wireless. Making use of Bluetooth 5.0 was a clear winner in this instance, I suffered absolutely no interference effect as I’ve done with previous earbuds including the Micro.
Visit Rowkin’s website and get your own pair!