Sudio Tio Wireless In-Ear Earphones
We were asked by Sudio to test out a pair of their in-ear earphones a couple of weeks ago, so we’ve been putting them through their paces.
If you’ve been reading my Blog, you’ll know we’re a family that loves music from the youngest to the oldest.
Our littlest Grandson who’s 7 currently loves George Ezra, our 9-year-old Grandson’s favourite bands are Circa Waves and The Wombats. And, our 11-year Grandson loves everything from Rap to Oasis.
They’ve inherited their love of music from their parents. G has always loved music and takes after Mr J in that respect, he has a very eclectic taste in music. And, Mr G plays guitar, I think he currently has 3 or 4 electric guitars.
Anyway, back to the Sudio in-ear earphones.
Sudio are a Swedish company who combine elegant design with sound engineering. Mats Wallsten is their chief designer and who studied at one of Scandinavia’s most prestigious design schools, the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm.
The name Sudio was chosen because it combines “Swedish” and “Audio”.
We chose Sudio because it combines “Swedish” and “Audio” into a seamless name which reflects both our design vision and our promise to offer exceptional sound quality to music enthusiasts of every stripe – wayfarers, daydreamers, and storytellers alike.
You’ll know that I’m passionate about the Zero Waste Ethos; and part of that is to ensure that when you buy something you buy quality, a product that is well crafted and designed to last rather than a cheap imitation that will become disposable, the “Buy it Once” philosophy.
I’m not saying that the Sudio earphones will last forever but they are certainly well crafted, they and will last a long time if you look after them properly.
Making earphones is still an art of craftsmanship. While machines have come a long way, humans still conquer machines. The human eye cannot be fooled and Sudio has chosen to stay with handmade details for the most part of the production process. Call us old-fashioned, we call it craftsmanship.
Review of Sudio Tio Wireless In-Ear Earphones
The packaging of the earphones is stylish and well designed but I’d like to see less plastic so that the packaging could be easily recycled.
One of the issues I usually have with in-ear earphones is that I can’t get them to stay in. With the Sudio Tio earphones there are 4 different wing tips and a secure clip to ensure they stayed in place. With the different wing tip sizes, it meant everyone in the family could try them out. Although, they were a little tricky to swap over and I wouldn’t recommend changing them frequently.
The actual sound through the earphones was clean and clear and the balance was perfect when playing Chill Out and Ambient music. Mr J noted that was a lot of High-End / Treble when listening to Pop and Rock Music, although I didn’t notice this.
The earphones are very light and comfortable to wear and because they’re wireless you don’t really notice you have them on.
The Sudio Tio in-ear earphones come in a choice of 4 colours and have a battery life of 9 hours which means they ‘ll last all day without the need to charge them up.
Overall Impression of the Sudio Tio
Overall, we all thought they were great earphones combining good design with quality of sound. They are stylish lightweight easy to use. And, I think they might just have been added to a few Christmas Lists!
Christmas Free gift box and Discount Code
Sudio are currently running a Christmas Gift Campaign and have kindly given me a 15% off discount code for my Readers – TMG15
Christmas Free gift box Campaign 2018 – Campaign Offer:
Free gift box with every purchase + free fast delivery + 15% special discount code on all products, use code TMG15 at Sudio
*We were kindly gifted the Tio In-Ear earphones by Sudio. This did not influence our review in anyway.
4 thoughts on “Sudio Tio In-Ear Earphones”
i’M SO GLAD i FOUND THIS POST, i NEED TO BUY SOME HEADPHONES AND A BONUS HAVING THE DISCOUNT. tHEY SOUND GREAT X
These look great earphones and a good fit for little ears which can sometimes be tricky to find. The ethos behind them is really good too as there’s so much waste and products with a short life span.
These look classy. We are fed up with cheap earphones so a very interesting read.
An interesting post. I’ll certainly keep these earphones in mind for when I need to buy some more! I like the fact that there are 4 different wing tips.