+ Tuesday November 12th, 2019


Perth based audio company Audiofly has announced a new range of wireless Bluetooth headphones starting as low as $59.99.

The Audiofly range includes three different models, the budget friendly AF33W priced at $59.99, the higher end AF56W is aimed at the more refined music lover and is priced at $139 while the high-end performance model, the AF100 is priced at $189.

All three bluetooth earphones include a microphone to allow for calls on the go, and an in-line control module. The range is IPX4 sweat resistant, so you won’t go swimming in them but they’re perfect for a gym workout. You’ll also get five hours of playback time from the earphones on a single 1-hour charge. The higher end models, the AF56W and AF100W are connected using Audiofly’s signature Audioflex cable braided with Cordura fibre technology for a tangle free life.

Matt Rowett, Sales Manager for AudioFly said

While Audiofly first set out to provide professional musicians with a superior listening experience, we felt that the passion we have for music should not be limited to musicians alone. As a result, we deliberately set out to design headphones that harness the same technology and soundstage, but have built this into a range that allows music lovers everywhere a chance to enjoy the same high-quality experience.

The AF33W is available in both Black and White, while the AF56W and AF100 are only available in a single colour option.

AF33W – $59.99AF56W – RRP $139AF100W – RRP $189
Bluetooth® v4.2 with aptX® Multi-pointBluetooth® v4.1 with aptX® Audio Streaming
9mm dynamic driver13mm dynamic driverDual Membrane Dynamic Microdriver
Lightweight and durable designRobust stainless steel housing for extra durabilityFluid shape based on Audiofly’s pro stage monitors for ultimate comfort
IPX4 – Sweat ResistantIPX4 – Sweat ResistantIPX4 – Sweat Resistant
Audioflex™ braided cable featuring CORDURA® fibre technology
Up to 5 hours of playback
Charge time:,1 hour
Battery Time: 3.5hrsBattery Time: 5hrs
Standby Time:,200hrs

The new range is available in-store in retailer JB Hi-Fi now, head over to their website to check them out.

Daniel Tyson  

Daniel Tyson

Daniel is a former editor of Ausdroid, and left in February 2019.

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FWIW, I have heard nothing but high praise for AudioFly’s products. Definitely on my list to give these a try.

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