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Tranya Rimor Earbuds Review

Chances are you haven’t heard of Tranya, they’re an up and coming company based out China. While a lot of companies like Apple, Samsung and Sony are offering more expensive wireless earbuds, Trayna is going after the more budget-friendly part of the product category.

The design of the Tranya Rimor isn’t all that exciting and very simplistic with a black case and the Tranya logo on the top and battery life indicator on the front via white LEDs. The overall case is fairly compact which can make it easy to fit in your pockets.

The earbuds themselves are also fairly basic in design with just the Tranya logo where the touchpad is. The touchpads on the Tranya Rimor work well enough but you better get used to how the touch controls work because you can’t change the functionality since there’s no companion app.

One tap on either earbud will play/pause, double-tap on the right earbud to raise the volume and double-tap the left for volume down. Holding down the left goes back a track/plays the current track again while holding the right goes to the next.

The earbuds charge over USB-C and you can get up to 90 mins of playtime in just 10 mins of charging. For battery life, the earbuds last around 5 hours with an additional 25 hours with the charging case. Another thing to note is that there’s no real way to check the battery life the earbuds themselves.

The Tranya Rimor fit well in my ears without worrying if they’ll fall out. There are different ear tips in the box, in case the default ones don’t fit your ears.

While the earbuds don’t have noise cancellation, they do have noise isolation to help block out some noise. The earbuds are also IPX5 waterproof.

In terms of sound quality, the Tranya Rimor earbuds sound good, not amazing but good enough thanks to the 10mm Dynamic Driver. For the price you’re getting these earbuds, you shouldn’t be expecting amazing results from these earbuds’ sound quality.

The Tranya Rimor earbuds are available now from the company’s website for $79 USD.

Final Thoughts

The Tranya Rimor earbuds are a good pair of budget-friendly truly wireless earbuds.


  • Fairly cheap
  • Good sound quality
  • Compact design
  • Good battery life
  • Having USB-C is great


  • Weird touch controls
  • No companion app to make adjustments


By Sachin Bahal

Sachin is the editor-in-chief of TheCanadianTechie, a site he started in 2012 to become the ultimate, independent source for tech enthusiasts or “techies”. He is a versatile writer with a passion for technology and loves to write about gaming, entertainment, tech and more.

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