The Enacfire E90 is on our list. I thought the buds were a good price at $ 40 – they list for $ 50 but are usually reduced to $ 40 ̵
The E90 has stems like AirPods, but they are truncated, nipped a little closer to the bud, so to speak, so that they get a different look. For around $ 30 you will be hard pressed to make it better for the sound quality. The E90 sounds pretty decent for the money, with a lot of bass and reasonably good details. The sound profile leans towards the warmer side, which means that they are more bass-heavy. The knobs fit my ears comfortably and securely – I had no problems running with them – and have an IPX8 water resistance, which makes them completely waterproof. Battery life is estimated at eight hours if you play them at 50% volume.
Although they do not have active noise reduction, they do have noise reduction for voice calls. They are not quite there within the voice call department, but callers said I sounded pretty clear and the earplugs reduced background noise, so they get their thumbs up for voice calls. The touch controls were quite responsive – you can raise and lower the volume with one touch and keep moving.