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Tagg Zero G true wireless earphones review: Value for money

Tagg Zero G true wireless earphones review: The Tagg Zero G true wireless earphones look a bit like the EarPods… just a bit. So they have the stick like protrusion but with the regular silicone ear pieces that you find in wired earphones.

  • 3.5
  • Rs. 4,999
Tagg Zero G true wireless earphones review: Tagg Zero G true wireless earphones come in a largish, but sleek pod where they can be stored and charged.

Just when I decided to stop reviewing true wireless earbuds, Tagg sent me its new Zero G earphones. So for one last time, I am reviewing a true-wireless earphone of this type because it has a different shape from what’s common and it is an Indian effort after all.

The Tagg Zero G true wireless earphones look a bit like the EarPods… just a bit. So they have the stick like protrusion but with the regular silicone ear pieces that you find in wired earphones. The earbuds themselves have a chiselled shape and are not rounded as we are used to. The earphones come in a largish, but sleek pod where they can be stored and charged.

Specifications: Bluetooth v5.0 | BT Distance: Greater than 10m/30ft | Qualcomm 3020 chipset |  CVC 8.0 ( Ambient Noise Cancellation) microphone | 2 x 6.1 mm driver | 40mAh battery in each earbud | 1-2 hours of earpiece charging time | Up to 5 hours of music playback | Up to 4 hours of call time | 500mAh dock battery | Dock charging time of up to 2 hours | 63 grams total weight | 7 grams earpiece weight | 0.8 -2.28 M charging cable | Touch Function

Price: Rs 4,999

The Tagg Zero G true wireless earphones look a bit like the EarPods… just a bit.

Connectivity is quite easy and the earphones need to be paired just once with the phone after which they unfailingly connect with the source. Also, they always connect as a pair, which is not the case with a lot of the more affordable wireless earphones.

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The audio quality is quite decent. It has more of a neutral profile and is not too heavy on the bass which is something I like. It is great for listening to everything from podcasts to retro rock and does not spoil the experience at any time.

One interesting feature of the Zero G is the touch sensitives on the earphones. You can tap to pause a song or to answer a call and you can tap again to play. However, I noticed that this was triggered even when I was just adjusting the earphones while walking and hence started using the bottom of the stick to adjust the earphones.

One interesting feature of the Zero G is the touch sensitives on the earphones. You can tap to pause a song or to answer a call and you can tap again to play

The 500 mAh battery offers about five hours of playback which is okay as I have used some models that do better. However, those are also much more expensive.

At Rs 4,999, the Tagg Zero G is a good value for money true wireless earphone. Yes, there are better options out there, but most will cost much more.