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Xiaomi Haylou GT1 Mini TWS Earphones US $20.79 (~AU $30.46) Shipped @ Tomtop


Similar price to previous deal

Video Reviews:

Review of Haylou GT1 vs QCY T1 / 2 / QS1

Comparison of Haylou GT1 vs Redmi Air Dots

Xiaomi Haylou GT1 Mini TWS Earphone Touch Control Wireless BT 5.0 Earbuds Sport Headphone Noise Canceling Gaming Headset Binaural Call

Note: This product is xiaomi ecological chain brand product, there is no any xiaomi marks on the products, please note it.


  • Support BT 5.0 wireless technology, Max 10-meter working distance.
  • Touch control for easy and convenient use
  • DSP noise reduction technology adopted, greatly enhancing the sound quality.
  • Once charging for 3.5 hours use Max, 310mAh power box for offering 12 hours Max endless energy.
  • Support voice assistant, double tap random earbud to open the voice function, fast setting.
  • Built in 7.2mm dynamic coil unit provides true wireless stereo and crystal clear sound.
  • 4g lightweight, hidden in your ear, great and comfortable wear feeling.
  • IPX5 water resistance, a good companion that accompany with you freely in a rainy day and gyming.

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    • +6

      It's not cheaper when you factor in GST at AliExpress. Tomtop doesn't charge GST.

      • +1

        yeah forgot GST, darn Harvey

    • +1

      That buys you a Big Mac today.

  • +1

    If only it had USB C charging, that would have been perfect for me.

  • +4


    • +7


      • +4

        ahh much better

  • thats sneaky, its marketed as 12 hours play time, but thats how much you get after you recharge with the case. Its not per charge of the earphones.

    Battery life of earphone: about 3.5 hours
    Battery life of charging box: about 12 hours

    • Aren't airpods about the same? Not sure how Apple market theirs though.

      • probably. You just have to remember to charge after every use. I still prefer wired for gym workout. And definitely wired for high end headphones.
        But for $30 its worth giving this a try.

        • +1

          Not like it's marketed for audiophiles; BT gadgets generally lasts 2 years anyway. I generally use these for outdoor use because of the form factor and convenience, but prefer wired sennheisers at home.

          • @Metre: true, its just a casual use. i think for gym it would be good.

  • +1

    anyone who has this can actual review? theres onlike like 1 guy in youtube that is reviewing in english

    • +1

      I've just got a review unit. So far sound quality is good and sounds fairly balanced, pairing with each headphone is automatic. The touch function is a bit hit or miss as you it's hard to tap on the right place every time.

      That said, I've only used them for an hour or so but will post a more detailed review in the near future.

      • please do. Notes on latency pls? and meters from phone? hows the bass?

      • If you're walking with the phone in your pocket, does the connection stutter on and off like a lot of other cheap Chinese TWS buds?

        It's the sound muddy?

        Been looking for some cheap TWS buds for ages but they all have problems.

      • +1

        So is it Micro USB or UCB-C for charging? Can't find this info online.

        • +1

          It's micro USB

  • Got a pair for daily commute. Good quality sound for modern pop music and everything in between. Got this for a bit cheaper but can't argue with the price.

    Can confirm it's stereo for phone calls.

    Edit: seems like they make two different versions of these, I got the "premium" version from their Chinese store: upgraded sound drivers, better connectivity and noise reduction during calls.

    • How do you tell which ones are which, and which ones are these?

      • New ones got 2 year warranty but no physical difference. Difference on the package i guess?

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