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1More Comfobuds 2 Review

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Today we have here the 1More Comfobuds 2. These are an affordable pair of true wireless earbuds and for this one, we’re gonna do a quick hands-on with the earbuds and see what they have to offer. They come with specs such as 13.4mm drivers, Environmental noise-canceling microphones, an IPX5 rating, six hours of battery life, twelve built-in equalizer profiles, and quick charging.

Now you might have seen our reviews on the 1More Comfobuds Pro, and we did like the features that 1More was able to include with those earbuds. But this begs the question – how exactly do these earbuds perform in comparison? Let’s take a look.


The 1More Comfobuds 2 come in basic but nice-looking packaging, and in addition to the earbuds themselves, you get some paperwork and instructions, some extra ear tips and a USB-C charging cable. It’s a complete package, and with the exception of a charging brick, you have everything needed to get started.


The Comfobuds 2 come in a compact charging case. On the inside, there’s a pairing button, while on the front we get an LED charging indicator, and around the back is a USB-C charging port. As you can see here we have the black version and it has a similar look to the Comfobuds Pro case, although it is a bit smaller.

The earbuds themselves have a pretty standard design as far as most wireless earbuds go, and they share a similar look with the Comfobuds Pro. They also have touch controls so there are no physical buttons on these, and they also feature LED lights on the stem. I do like that the ear tips are a bit smaller than on other earbuds, and they fit nicely inside my ears. They are also IPX5 certified which is a great addition at this price range.

Set-Up + App

Setting up the earbuds is pretty simple – holding down the pairing button lets you sync the Comfobuds 2 with your smart device, and once you’ve paired both devices together you’re pretty much good to go. I used my Pixel 4a 5G to pair with the earbuds and it was easy to set up. The earbuds also work with the official 1More app from the Playstore.

Sound Quality + Usage

Music sounds good on the Comfobuds 2. Like the Colorbuds 2, 1More has teamed up with Sonarworks to add a bit of customizability with regards to how the earbuds sound. Unfortunately there is no SoundID available on these, but we do get 12 different EQ profiles that according to 1More have been fine-tuned for accurate sound. Now, this is gonna be subjective for a lot of people, but I personally think that the sound profiles do somewhat improve the sound quality of the earbuds.

However, there are times when I am reminded that the earbuds are in the affordable price range. For example, while the bass boost option in the EQ profiles does improve bass, it kinda lacks the heavy punch that you get on more expensive 1More earbuds like the Colorbuds 2. This isn’t necessarily bad per se, they are of course affordable but it’s gonna be something to take note of if you are interested in these.

Unfortunately, there’s no ANC on these earbuds unlike on the Comfobuds Pro or Colorbuds 2. Instead, we get a dual-mic environmental noise-canceling system for phone calls. Again, we go back to the 60-dollar price point which puts things in perspective. There are features that are bound to be left out.

The Comfobuds 2 also feature built-in microphones – calls sound good on the earbuds, and I was able to use them for voice and video calls. 1More also says that these have a wireless range of around 10 meters, which I found to be pretty accurate. In terms of battery life, the earbuds can last you up to 6 hours, and you can top up with the charging case for a total of 24 hours worth of use. There’s also quick charging so you don’t need to wait around while your earbuds charge.


So are the 1More Comfobuds 2 worth your cash? For a price of around 60 bucks, you get good battery life, good design, and a bit of water resistance.

The integrated SoundID profiles do add to its value, but it would’ve been great to see features like SoundID and ANC on these. But as I just mentioned, these are affordable and there are bound to be limited with regard to the price. If you’re after a pair of earbuds that don’t break the bank, then you’ll want to check these out.

About the author

Mike Viray

A writer with a fondness for consumer tech, Mike is also a music lover, and an avid gamer as well. He and his wife are big fans of Mario Kart.

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