The ENACFIRE E18 plus headset is above all a wireless headset that is highly recommended for sports thanks to its IPX7 water resistance and lightweight. Although they are advertised as IPX8, and so it appears on a sticker on the box, there is no reference in the instructions, and the official website indicates that they are IPX7: Protected against the effects of immersion at 1 meter for 30 minutes. I have found no verification that they can be used for swimming.
They are very light once worn, making them comfortable and feel like they won’t fall off when you move your head.
Equipped with cVC 8.0 noise cancellation and possibility of using only one earphone.
The ENACFIRE E18 plus are not the best in sound performance at a musical level (no problem for calls). The music is heard clearly but with little body, both in the midrange and in the bass. It doesn’t sound bad, but it lacks punch. However, they are compatible with APTX (better sound quality and lower latency than the SBC standard) I have not had the feeling of isolation as in other headphones, such as the DELINUO TWX-T9. Although I don’t see as a negative thing to have more presence of the ambient sound, it will depend on the use and taste.
The carrying case is very portable, small and lightweight. On the other hand, its 500 mAh only allows 5 full recharges of the headphones. However, a single charge offers 8h of headphone autonomy.
Although you can’t turn the volume up and down from your headset, you can still play a song, accept or reject calls. They can also be used in 1-Headset mode.
If you are looking for an in-ear headset with bluetooth 5.0, suitable for sports, comfortable and light, with decent battery and sound, these ENACFIRE E18 PLUS can be your headset. However, for a similar price, I recommend you especially for the sound, the HOMSCAM QCY T5.