Audiofly AF100W review

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Audiofly is an Australian headphone specialist that has gradually worked its way into the UK market over the past five years or so.

The Audiofly AF100Ws are the first pair of the company’s wireless earphones we’ve reviewed. At £110/$165, they’re a little more affordable than alternatives from Beats or Sennheiser.

Build and coomfort

The AF100W’s earpieces look like those of higher-end earphones. With large plastic enclosures and cabling designed to trail over the ear, rather than hanging straight down from it, they could almost be cousins of the Shure SE425s.

A flexible part by the earpiece can be molded to form a hook, to suit the shape of your ear. Unsurprisingly, the earpieces themselves are just like those of the wired AF100s.

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https://www.whathifi.com/audiofly/af100w/review

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