CMF Buds by Nothing in for review

Ivan, 21 March 2024

If you're on the lookout for capable wireless earbuds on the cheap, you probably have the latest arrival in the office on your shortlist. There's something for everyone in this increasingly saturated market, but it's hard to beat the CMF Buds at their price point.

CMF is Nothing's affordable line of products and the Buds are the most affordable among CMF's lineup - sitting below the Pro, which has better noise cancellation.

CMF Buds by Nothing in for review

The CMF Buds are only ₹2,500/€32. Here's what you get for that price - active noise cancellation of up to 42dB and transparency mode, multi-point connectivity over Bluetooth 5.3, 12.4mm drivers with a bio-fibre and custom TPU diaphragm. And they are good to last 35.5 hours with the case refills.

CMF Buds by Nothing in for review

Impressively, just 10 minutes on a charge nets you back 6.5 hours of listening, there's IP54 splash resistance, and the sound is tuned by Dirac. There are also 4 mics onboard. Not bad at all for the asking price.

What's more, the CMF Buds are nice to look at. They come in Orange, Dark Gray, and Light Gray with a special aluminum alloy Dial that rotates for lanyard attachment.

CMF Buds by Nothing in for review


Reader comments

  • Sarwoshrest
  • 25 Mar 2024
  • X@V

Having listened to the buds for an hour, I can tell you they are mediocre at best! Not super clear or pleasing but for the price it might not be all too bad

  • Zuke
  • 24 Mar 2024
  • upi

All the cmf products are designed by teenage engineering

  • Anonymous
  • 23 Mar 2024
  • m51

I don't know why people ask this. Carl Pei generates fake hype by paying influencers to promote his products. Simple as that.

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