I really like the Push Ultra’s charging box, with the inside being made sturdy but the outside is soft plastic, with a zipper. The appearance of this box is quite fashionable, not ‘dry’ like other charging boxes on the market.
Push Ultra is one of the TWS pairs with the most impressive usage time on the market, with the ability to play music continuously for 6 hours and up to 40 hours if used with this charging case. Besides, the box also supports charging. Quick 10 minutes for 2 hours of use in times of need and wireless charging too! This is a feature that only Push Ultra and Indy Fuel have, the two lower range products are lacking.
The advantage is that it will be comfortable for those of you with small ear canals, often needing to wear In-ear headphones (I know a lot of you have this problem), along with that when you wear it out on the street, we will can hear the surrounding environment, increasing the safety of the training session. On the contrary, the disadvantage will also be in the noise resistance, because the headset will let a lot of outside sounds in, this is the common disadvantage of the ear-bud pairs that we have to accept only.
In movie mode, the sound will be more stretched on both sides of the headset, making the sound space a bit wider, of course not by the 5.1 7.1 emulator, but there is also an improvement.
The headset also has 2 more features to mention: IP67 waterproof and Tile search chip. IP67 water and dust resistance is a very high standard, in which it is necessary to have a waterproof standard of 7 to be able to take a shower. Indeed, the decision to choose the Earbud design for the Push Ultra pair surprised me!