Gravity Airshot 250 Overview:
The Gravity Airshot 250 looks like most classic earbuds. The TWS features an in-ear fit with a stem design. Further, the stems are touch controlled. The buds are IPX4 rated. The outer case has a HiFuture logo at the top and an LED line at the bottom. In addition, the case and buds are offered in traditional Black and White colors.
Audio and Connectivity
For audio, Gravity comes up with 10mm drivers, one on each bud. This supposedly gives a loud, clear sound with thumping bass. Furthermore, a quad-mic setup means the sounds are clear. In addition to the fact that there’s ENC built-in, the vocals are emphasized while on call. Similarly, the Airshot 250 highlights a gaming mode, reducing the latency up to 90 ms.
Moving on to the connectivity of this accessory, the Gravity Airshot 250 uses Bluetooth 5.3 to ensure advanced links between the devices. Furthermore, the Type-C port is built with rapid charging in mind.
Rest of the specs
As for the battery, the Airshot 250 can last you up to 6 hours of continuous usage. Also, by bringing the case into the game, it will last for 24 hours of playback. This means the charging case alone adds 18 hours of life to the earpieces. Besides, the aforementioned Rapid Charge support means that 15 minutes of charge gives you 90 minutes of play.
Gravity Airshot 250 Price
The Gravity Airshot 250 price in Nepal is NPR 4,500. You can find it in retail or online stores.
|Gravity Lifestyle TWS||Price in Nepal|
|Airshot 250||NPR 4,500|
Gravity Airshot 250 Specifications Compare
|Microphone (per buds)||2|
|Active Noise Cancellation||No|
|Earbuds||Up to 6 hours|
|Case||Up to 18 hours|