Review of Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones

This summer, Huawei introduced FreeLace wireless headphones in Russia, which are placed on the neck. According to the manufacturer, they combine progressive design, powerful sound and long life.

Huawei FreeLace headphones feature a metal body with a decorative amorphous silicon coating and will be available in several vibrant colors.

The most original thing about this model is the connection: when the right earphone cable is disconnected from the volume control, a USB Type-C connector is opened for connecting to a smartphone using the Huawei HiPair function. This proprietary technology eliminates the process of pairing peripherals with smartphones via Bluetooth, which usually involves a discovery process and often requires several attempts to establish a wireless connection.

However, the FreeLace can also be plugged into the USB Type-C port of any smartphone, tablet or computer for a quick charge: five minutes of battery charge will provide approximately four hours of playback time.

Another small but nice feature: when two earbuds are connected, the headphones go into sleep mode, from which they are automatically exited when the halves are separated.

Today, Huawei FreeLace headphones cost 6,990 rubles.

Design

Huawei's new has a strict classic headphone design that should be placed on the neck. However, there are two bright colors to choose from: "Amber Sunrise" and "Emerald Green", in addition, there is a universal "Graphite Black". I'm sure everyone will find a color for themselves.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

The flexible cable, made of an alloy of titanium, nickel and liquid silicone, fits snugly around the neck, so it provides comfort when using headphones. Moreover, the weight of the device is only 27 grams!

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

The most simple, but well-proven design is used here. So before putting the headphones away, you can easily roll them up without worrying about the cable being kinked.

As I wrote earlier, the magnetic holders located on the backs of the earphones allow you not only to put the device in and out of sleep, but also to assemble the structure into a single whole: the wires are neatly twisted, and the “ears” are connected together.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

The units with the battery and the control system are arranged symmetrically, the dimensions are also the same. Perfectionists will be happy.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

There are four mechanical buttons on the control unit: volume up or down, play/pause and turn the device on/off. It is very convenient to use them, because they are large, feel good when adjusted by touch, their stroke is medium, and the pressure is soft.

The magic lies in the fact that the right earpiece detaches from the control unit and a modern USB Type-C opens up in front of you. It serves for quick pairing of headphones and phone, as well as for charging the battery of Huawei FreeLace. Conveniently? Yes, not that word!

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After connecting the headphones to the phone, a nice FreeLace picture and information about the remaining charge in percentage are displayed on the screen.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

I forgot to mention the IPX5 protection: it can withstand, for example, heavy rain from all directions without any problems.

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Opening hours

The developers and programmers at Huawei must be given their due: over the time the FreeLace headphones worked, they cheated me so that at maximum volume I squeezed out more than 10 hours of music playback. And with just 5 minutes of charge, the headphones can give you about 4 hours of audio.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

For those who love the specs, this model uses a 120 mAh battery.

“The Huawei FreeLace model is equipped with 9.2 mm dynamic drivers that expand the sound range of the headphones. An ultra-thin TPU diaphragm delivers rich bass, while a titanium plate enhances high-frequency sound."

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

The first thing I liked about these headphones was the sound delivery. She is powerful, assertive, biting. As a rule, headphones of this type are still inferior to large “ears” in this parameter.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

Second - high and medium frequencies. Amazing harmony of sound in these frequency ranges. You can listen to Michael Jackson's Thriller album again. Huawei FreeLace headphones were created for this kind of music: pop, soul, dance-pop, funk and even rock.

The device transmits bass more easily. But here you can use the Dolby Atmos settings that are present in almost all Huawei smartphones.

In general, the musical capabilities of Huawei FreeLace pleasantly surprised me.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

The model is also great for conversations. Listen to the recording of the conversation below. I stood outside and spoke using Huawei FreeLace. Note that the sound is of high quality and is completely different from the sound from the headset. All this thanks to the fact that each of the headphones has a built-in microphone for noise suppression. In addition, Bluetooth algorithms have been upgraded to ensure good audibility during a call.

Impressions

Recently, it’s hard to surprise me with headphones of various kinds, because either they are very expensive and not for everyone, or they are cheap and too simple in terms of sound quality.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones are a compromise: average cost, but excellent build quality, high-quality music playback and excellent voice transmission. Of course, the long battery life of 10 hours at the maximum volume level is worth attention. Well, the built-in USB-C connector for fast charging of headphones is a clear killer feature of Huawei FreeLace.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

More details about the product can be found on the manufacturer's website, and more information about the Huawei device can also be found in our separate section.

Review of Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones

This summer, Huawei introduced FreeLace wireless headphones in Russia, which are placed on the neck. According to the manufacturer, they combine progressive design, powerful sound and long life.

Huawei FreeLace headphones feature a metal body with a decorative amorphous silicon coating and will be available in several vibrant colors.

The most original thing about this model is the connection: when the right earphone cable is disconnected from the volume control, a USB Type-C connector is opened for connecting to a smartphone using the Huawei HiPair function. This proprietary technology eliminates the process of pairing peripherals with smartphones via Bluetooth, which usually involves a discovery process and often requires several attempts to establish a wireless connection.

However, the FreeLace can also be plugged into the USB Type-C port of any smartphone, tablet or computer for a quick charge: five minutes of battery charge will provide approximately four hours of playback time.

Another small but nice feature: when two earbuds are connected, the headphones go into sleep mode, from which they are automatically exited when the halves are separated.

Today, Huawei FreeLace headphones cost 6,990 rubles.

Design

Huawei's new has a strict classic headphone design that should be placed on the neck. However, there are two bright colors to choose from: "Amber Sunrise" and "Emerald Green", in addition, there is a universal "Graphite Black". I'm sure everyone will find a color for themselves.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

The flexible cable, made of an alloy of titanium, nickel and liquid silicone, fits snugly around the neck, so it provides comfort when using headphones. Moreover, the weight of the device is only 27 grams!

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

The most simple, but well-proven design is used here. So before putting the headphones away, you can easily roll them up without worrying about the cable being kinked.

As I wrote earlier, the magnetic holders located on the backs of the earphones allow you not only to put the device in and out of sleep, but also to assemble the structure into a single whole: the wires are neatly twisted, and the “ears” are connected together.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

The units with the battery and the control system are arranged symmetrically, the dimensions are also the same. Perfectionists will be happy.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

There are four mechanical buttons on the control unit: volume up or down, play/pause and turn the device on/off. It is very convenient to use them, because they are large, feel good when adjusted by touch, their stroke is medium, and the pressure is soft.

The magic lies in the fact that the right earpiece detaches from the control unit and a modern USB Type-C opens up in front of you. It serves for quick pairing of headphones and phone, as well as for charging the battery of Huawei FreeLace. Conveniently? Yes, not that word!

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

After connecting the headphones to the phone, a nice FreeLace picture and information about the remaining charge in percentage are displayed on the screen.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

I forgot to mention the IPX5 protection: it can withstand, for example, heavy rain from all directions without any problems.

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Opening hours

The developers and programmers at Huawei must be given their due: over the time the FreeLace headphones worked, they cheated me so that at maximum volume I squeezed out more than 10 hours of music playback. And with just 5 minutes of charge, the headphones can give you about 4 hours of audio.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

For those who love the specs, this model uses a 120 mAh battery.

“The Huawei FreeLace model is equipped with 9.2 mm dynamic drivers that expand the sound range of the headphones. An ultra-thin TPU diaphragm delivers rich bass, while a titanium plate enhances high-frequency sound."

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

The first thing I liked about these headphones was the sound delivery. She is powerful, assertive, biting. As a rule, headphones of this type are still inferior to large “ears” in this parameter.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

Second - high and medium frequencies. Amazing harmony of sound in these frequency ranges. You can listen to Michael Jackson's Thriller album again. Huawei FreeLace headphones were created for this kind of music: pop, soul, dance-pop, funk and even rock.

The device transmits bass more easily. But here you can use the Dolby Atmos settings that are present in almost all Huawei smartphones.

In general, the musical capabilities of Huawei FreeLace pleasantly surprised me.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

The model is also great for conversations. Listen to the recording of the conversation below. I stood outside and spoke using Huawei FreeLace. Note that the sound is of high quality and is completely different from the sound from the headset. All this thanks to the fact that each of the headphones has a built-in microphone for noise suppression. In addition, Bluetooth algorithms have been upgraded to ensure good audibility during a call.

Impressions

Recently, it’s hard to surprise me with headphones of various kinds, because either they are very expensive and not for everyone, or they are cheap and too simple in terms of sound quality.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones are a compromise: average cost, but excellent build quality, high-quality music playback and excellent voice transmission. Of course, the long battery life of 10 hours at the maximum volume level is worth attention. Well, the built-in USB-C connector for fast charging of headphones is a clear killer feature of Huawei FreeLace.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

More details about the product can be found on the manufacturer's website, and more information about the Huawei device can also be found in our separate section.

Review of Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones

This summer, Huawei introduced FreeLace wireless headphones in Russia, which are placed on the neck. According to the manufacturer, they combine progressive design, powerful sound and long life.

Huawei FreeLace headphones feature a metal body with a decorative amorphous silicon coating and will be available in several vibrant colors.

The most original thing about this model is the connection: when the right earphone cable is disconnected from the volume control, a USB Type-C connector is opened for connecting to a smartphone using the Huawei HiPair function. This proprietary technology eliminates the process of pairing peripherals with smartphones via Bluetooth, which usually involves a discovery process and often requires several attempts to establish a wireless connection.

However, the FreeLace can also be plugged into the USB Type-C port of any smartphone, tablet or computer for a quick charge: five minutes of battery charge will provide approximately four hours of playback time.

Another small but nice feature: when two earbuds are connected, the headphones go into sleep mode, from which they are automatically exited when the halves are separated.

Today, Huawei FreeLace headphones cost 6,990 rubles.

Design

Huawei's new has a strict classic headphone design that should be placed on the neck. However, there are two bright colors to choose from: "Amber Sunrise" and "Emerald Green", in addition, there is a universal "Graphite Black". I'm sure everyone will find a color for themselves.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

The flexible cable, made of an alloy of titanium, nickel and liquid silicone, fits snugly around the neck, so it provides comfort when using headphones. Moreover, the weight of the device is only 27 grams!

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

The most simple, but well-proven design is used here. So before putting the headphones away, you can easily roll them up without worrying about the cable being kinked.

As I wrote earlier, the magnetic holders located on the backs of the earphones allow you not only to put the device in and out of sleep, but also to assemble the structure into a single whole: the wires are neatly twisted, and the “ears” are connected together.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

The units with the battery and the control system are arranged symmetrically, the dimensions are also the same. Perfectionists will be happy.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

There are four mechanical buttons on the control unit: volume up or down, play/pause and turn the device on/off. It is very convenient to use them, because they are large, feel good when adjusted by touch, their stroke is medium, and the pressure is soft.

The magic lies in the fact that the right earpiece detaches from the control unit and a modern USB Type-C opens up in front of you. It serves for quick pairing of headphones and phone, as well as for charging the battery of Huawei FreeLace. Conveniently? Yes, not that word!

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

After connecting the headphones to the phone, a nice FreeLace picture and information about the remaining charge in percentage are displayed on the screen.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

I forgot to mention the IPX5 protection: it can withstand, for example, heavy rain from all directions without any problems.

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Opening hours

The developers and programmers at Huawei must be given their due: over the time the FreeLace headphones worked, they cheated me so that at maximum volume I squeezed out more than 10 hours of music playback. And with just 5 minutes of charge, the headphones can give you about 4 hours of audio.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

For those who love the specs, this model uses a 120 mAh battery.

“The Huawei FreeLace model is equipped with 9.2 mm dynamic drivers that expand the sound range of the headphones. An ultra-thin TPU diaphragm delivers rich bass, while a titanium plate enhances high-frequency sound."

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

The first thing I liked about these headphones was the sound delivery. She is powerful, assertive, biting. As a rule, headphones of this type are still inferior to large “ears” in this parameter.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

Second - high and medium frequencies. Amazing harmony of sound in these frequency ranges. You can listen to Michael Jackson's Thriller album again. Huawei FreeLace headphones were created for this kind of music: pop, soul, dance-pop, funk and even rock.

The device transmits bass more easily. But here you can use the Dolby Atmos settings that are present in almost all Huawei smartphones.

In general, the musical capabilities of Huawei FreeLace pleasantly surprised me.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

The model is also great for conversations. Listen to the recording of the conversation below. I stood outside and spoke using Huawei FreeLace. Note that the sound is of high quality and is completely different from the sound from the headset. All this thanks to the fact that each of the headphones has a built-in microphone for noise suppression. In addition, Bluetooth algorithms have been upgraded to ensure good audibility during a call.

Impressions

Recently, it’s hard to surprise me with headphones of various kinds, because either they are very expensive and not for everyone, or they are cheap and too simple in terms of sound quality.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones are a compromise: average cost, but excellent build quality, high-quality music playback and excellent voice transmission. Of course, the long battery life of 10 hours at the maximum volume level is worth attention. Well, the built-in USB-C connector for fast charging of headphones is a clear killer feature of Huawei FreeLace.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones review

More details about the product can be found on the manufacturer's website, and more information about the Huawei device can also be found in our separate section.

Review of Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones

This summer, Huawei introduced FreeLace wireless headphones in Russia, which are placed on the neck. According to the manufacturer, they combine progressive design, powerful sound and long life.

Huawei FreeLace headphones feature a metal body with a decorative amorphous silicon coating and will be available in several vibrant colors.

The most original thing about this model is the connection: when the right earphone cable is disconnected from the volume control, a USB Type-C connector is opened for connecting to a smartphone using the Huawei HiPair function. This proprietary technology eliminates the process of pairing peripherals with smartphones via Bluetooth, which usually involves a discovery process and often requires several attempts to establish a wireless connection.

However, the FreeLace can also be plugged into the USB Type-C port of any smartphone, tablet or computer for a quick charge: five minutes of battery charge will provide approximately four hours of playback time.

Another small but nice feature: when two earbuds are connected, the headphones go into sleep mode, from which they are automatically exited when the halves are separated.

Today, Huawei FreeLace headphones cost 6,990 rubles.

Design

The novelty of Huawei has a strict classic design of headphones that should be placed on the neck. However, there are two bright colors to choose from: "Amber Sunrise" and "Emerald Green", in addition, there is a universal "Graphite Black". I'm sure everyone will find a color for themselves.

New from Huawei has a strict classic design of headphones that should be placed on the neck. However, there are two bright colors to choose from: "Amber Sunrise" and "Emerald Green", in addition, there is a universal "Graphite Black". I'm sure everyone will find a color for themselves.

The flexible cable, made of an alloy of titanium, nickel and liquid silicone, fits snugly around the neck, so it provides comfort when using headphones. Moreover, the weight of the device is only 27 grams!

The most simple, but well-proven design is used here. So before putting the headphones away, you can easily roll them up without worrying about the cable being kinked.

As I wrote earlier, the magnetic holders located on the backs of the earphones allow you not only to put the device in and out of sleep, but also to assemble the structure into a single whole: the wires are neatly twisted, and the “ears” are connected together.

The units with the battery and the control system are arranged symmetrically, the dimensions are also the same. Perfectionists will be happy.

There are four mechanical buttons on the control unit: volume up or down, play/pause and turn the device on/off. It is very convenient to use them, because they are large, feel good when adjusted by touch, their stroke is medium, and the pressure is soft.

The magic lies in the fact that the right earpiece detaches from the control unit and a modern USB Type-C opens up in front of you. It serves for quick pairing of headphones and phone, as well as for charging the battery of Huawei FreeLace. Conveniently? Yes, not that word!

After connecting the headphones to the phone, a nice FreeLace picture and information about the remaining charge in percentage are displayed on the screen.

I forgot to mention the IPX5 protection: it can withstand, for example, heavy rain from all directions without any problems.

Opening hours

The developers and programmers at Huawei must be given their due: over the time the FreeLace headphones worked, they cheated me so that at maximum volume I squeezed out more than 10 hours of music playback. And with just 5 minutes of charge, the headphones can give you about 4 hours of audio.

For those who love the specs, this model uses a 120 mAh battery.

“The Huawei FreeLace model is equipped with 9.2 mm dynamic drivers that expand the sound range of the headphones. An ultra-thin TPU diaphragm delivers rich bass, while a titanium plate enhances high-frequency sound."

The first thing I liked about these headphones was the sound delivery. She is powerful, assertive, biting. As a rule, headphones of this type are still inferior to large “ears” in this parameter.

Second - high and medium frequencies. Amazing harmony of sound in these frequency ranges. You can listen to Michael Jackson's Thriller album again. Huawei FreeLace headphones were created for this kind of music: pop, soul, dance-pop, funk and even rock.

The device transmits bass more easily. But here you can use the Dolby Atmos settings that are present in almost all Huawei smartphones.

In general, the musical capabilities of Huawei FreeLace pleasantly surprised me.

The model is also great for conversations. Listen to the recording of the conversation below. I stood outside and spoke using Huawei FreeLace. Note that the sound is of high quality and is completely different from the sound from the headset. All this thanks to the fact that each of the headphones has a built-in microphone for noise suppression. In addition, Bluetooth algorithms have been upgraded to ensure good audibility during a call.

Impressions

Recently, it’s hard to surprise me with headphones of various kinds, because either they are very expensive and not for everyone, or they are cheap and too simple in terms of sound quality.

Huawei FreeLace wireless headphones are a compromise: average cost, but excellent build quality, high-quality music playback and excellent voice transmission. Of course, the long battery life of 10 hours at the maximum volume level is worth attention. Well, the built-in USB-C connector for fast charging of headphones is a clear killer feature of Huawei FreeLace.

More details about the product can be found on the manufacturer's website, and more information about the Huawei device can also be found in our separate section.