Edifier Comfo Fit performs very well in terms of wearing comfortable, sound quality, and battery life. In particular, comfortable and 45 hours of battery life will become the primary considerations for sports and exercise enthusiasts.
Edifier Comfo Fit specs and features:
- Bluetooth 5.3 with SBC codec
- 9 hours playback of per charge
- Charging case can charge earbuds fully 3 times
- IP55 waterproof resistance (sweat and dust proof)
- Multipoint connection & 80ms game low-latency
Below this Edifier Comfo Fit review, you will find comparisons with the Philips TAA6708 and TOZO OpenBuds.
Appearance Design and Comfortable
The Edifier Comfo Fit charging case adopts a flat and rounded appearance design – the ABS material of the shell combined with the frosted surface technology makes it feel more comfortable in the hand. It is also anti-sweat and anti-fingerprint, and the workmanship details are also exquisite.
The charging box is a little big, which is a common problem with open-ear bluetooth headphones – but the thickness is well controlled and there’s no pressure whether it’s in your pocket or bag. A groove is designed in the opening part to facilitate users to take out the earphones. There is an LED indicator light below it and a USB-C charging port on the back.
The appearance of Edifier Comfo Fit earphones is also very stylish – it adopts a fixed earhook design, and the curved part connected to the sound unit is made of memory nickel-titanium alloy, combined with the liquid silicone material on the surface, which is not easy to deform and stable for long time wearing.
The inside of the earphones is also made of liquid silicone material on a large area, and the L/R logo is also marked on the earphone stem. The built-in large unit diaphragm driver, combined with Edifier’s low-frequency enhancement acoustic technology, can make the sound clearer and the bass more powerful.
A single weight of 8.8g makes it very lightwight and comfortable. The memory titanium wire material of the earhook is elastic and also fits the ears very well – there is no feeling of pinching or falling ears at all, and it is very stable even when wearing during exercise.
Connectivity, App Support and Controls
The earphones uses Bluetooth 5.3 and LDS laser antenna technology, and only support SBC codec. Open the charging case cover and select “Edifier Comfo Fit” in the Bluetooth device list of your phone to quickly connect. When using it again, open the case cover to connect the successfully paired bluetooth device.
Also, Edifier Comfo Fit supports dual device connection, and the operation is quite simple – just put the Comfo Fit back into the charging case after completing the pairing of the first mobile phone, and triple-click the pairing button – after the indicator light flashes, use the second mobile phone for pairing connection.
Comfo Fit support the Edifier Connect APP for Android and iOS. In the earphones interface of the APP, you can check the earphone battery status, switch the sound effect (classic/bass enhancement) and turn the game mode on/off. In the settings interface, you can set touch control, dual-device connection, finding earphones, prompt sounds, scheduled shutdown, etc.
Edifier Comfo Fit earphones adopts the touch control design, which can be controlled by touching the outside of the earphones while wearing it. The control method is very simple and comprehensive, and you can also customize the control scheme in the APP.
The control scheme is comprehensive:
- Double-tap L/R earbud: answer/hang up call
- Double-tap L/R earbud: play/pause music
- Triple-tap L/R earbud: previous/next track
- Long press and hold L/R earbud: volume-/volume+
- Triple-tap L or R earbud: reject call
Calls, Battery Life, Games and Videos Playback
Edifier Comfo Fit is equipped with 2 microphones and support ENC call noise cancellation. The call pickup microphone is in front of the bottom of the earphone cavity, which helps it bypass the outer auricle and point to the mouth more accurately when worn. Another microphone is located below the Edifier logo, which is used to collect surrounding environmental noise, and is used with the built-in noise reduction algorithm to eliminate background sounds during calls.
However, open-ear bluetooth headphones are limited by their structure and cannot provide active noise reduction. When talking in a very noisy environment, the other party can hear clearly, but I am covered by the noise and cannot hear clearly.
Comfo Fit is more suitable for use in quiet areas, or scenes where a certain degree of external perception needs to be maintained – such as walking, running, cycling and driving, or in offices, libraries, and gyms.
Edifier Comfo Fit support game mode with the latency as low as 80ms. Playing games and watching videos is no problem – it works flawlessly on both Android and iPhone with perfect sound and picture sync.
They have a single battery life of up to 9 hours and the total battery life of up to 45 hours. In addition, Comfo Fit support fast charging, charging for 15 minutes and listening to music for 2 hours.
Sound Quality and Leakage
Edifier Comfo Fit earphones use air conduction directional audio technology – during the sound propagation process, a specially designed acoustic cavity is used to guide sound conduction and suppress sound expansion, thereby avoiding sound leakage.
Actual Testing: Adjust the volume to 50% and turn on the music – when another person stands 30cm away, he cannot hear the sound from the headphones at all.
From the actual listening experience, the tri-frequency of the sound is relatively balanced, natural and real, and the transition is smooth. The horizontal and vertical soundstage will be wider than in-ear and semi-in-ear earbuds, and the hearing will be closer to ordinary earphones, creating a loose and comfortable listening atmosphere.
The treble is transparent and bright, and there is a certain sense of extension when listening to classical music. The mids has texture and the vocal imaging is obvious. Thanks to the excellent resolution, the sound details are richer and the sound is layered, which makes it sound immersive.
Because it compensates for dynamic low-frequency, the bass performance is also remarkable. The low-frequency quantity is relatively sufficient, and it has a certain extension and elasticity – it is very enjoyable to listen to some music with a strong rhythm.
Edifier Comfo Fit VS Philips TAA6708
Both are positioned as open-ear bluetooth earhook headphones, the Edifier Comfo Fit is fixed earhook design, and the Philips TAA6708 uses dual-axis adjustment design. The sound characteristics of TAA6708 are bass and soundstage, and the tri-frequency of Comfo Fit is more balanced.
The Philips TAA6708 has a single battery life of 6 hours and the total battery life of 21 hours. The Comfo Fit has a battery life of up to 9 hours, and the total battery life of up to 45 hours. TAA6708 support IPX5 waterproof rating, and Comfo Fit has IP55 dustproof and waterproof rating.
Moreover, they all supports APP, Bluetooth 5.3, SBC code and multipoint connection functions.
$102 – Philips TAA6708 Review
Edifier Comfo Fit VS TOZO OpenBuds
Thanks to the 14.2mm dynamic driver and ORIGX 2.0 technology, the overall hearing of TOZO Open Buds is excellent. The mid-high frequency has a certain of clarity, and the low-frequency also maintains sufficient strength and thickness. The vocals are bright and clear, the mouth shapes are accurate, and the reproduction is high.
The TOZO OpenBuds has a single battery life of up to 12 hours and the total battery life of up to 42 hours – the single battery life longer than the Edifier Comfo Fit, but the total battery life not as good as the Comfo Fit. The OpenBuds headphones has an IPX6 waterproof rating.
They all supports APP, Bluetooth 5.3 and multipoint connection. Edifier Comfo Fit support SBC code, and the OpenBuds supports SBC and AAC codec.
$69 – TOZO OpenBuds Review
Edifier Comfo Fit performs very well in terms of wearing comfortable, sound quality, anti-sound leakage and battery life. In particular, the sound quality and battery life are superior to many open-ear sports headphones at the same price or even higher than it.