I've not had them long, but considering the price with deal of the day, I wasn't sure what to expect. Took the risk based on reviews as I wanted something suitable to listen to music during exercise, going for walks, and doing work at home. I have expensive wired buds but often end up ripping cables and earphones from my ears unless I am sitting reading or relaxing listening to music. I have bought expensive store recommended brands for sport/wireless before but I couldn't get them to stay in my ears so the money was completely wasted. Tried to offer them to my partner, but he had similar issues with other well known brands. I gave this set to him to try and we both found they didn't fall out as the other had which was a relief. It is not the loudest sound, and there is a bit of a hiss during instruments or lulls in songs but I can ignore it most of the time. I can't speak about longevity because I've only had them a few days but so far so good. They have a year warranty, so the concerns a couple of people had about life span should be covered for a year. For the price it seems a reasonable risk to take. The case is handy with multiple accessories for wear, a charging cable, and clamp. A little drawback that I didn't read before I bought them was that it requires no greater than 1A for charging. I had to hunt around in drawers for old tech as most devices use greater. I was lucky to find a really old powerbank that only goes to 1A and has a micro usb so I could charge the case. Without it, I would have been stuck. My partner thought he might get a set as a back up alternative for short trips when he doesn't want to take his huge and expensive over ear headphones and is deciding between these and the SoundPeats TrueCapsule. The SoundPEATS Q30 has a longer battery life (but no charge case) than the TrueCapsule, with a small cable that sits around the neck and had magnetic backs on the earphones that are handy for jobs that need you to take them on and off without losing them or having them get tangled like wired headphones. I think between the two, these TrueWirless Earbuds V5.0 are slightly more comfortable and less likely to fall out and perhaps just slightly clearer sound, but both seem reasonably good for the price. They are both somewhat quiet, so if you want 'big' sound they may not be your ideal. Both models connected to blutooth without any issues at all. I wasn't particular interesting in using them for calls, and haven't tested them in enough scenarios to confirm that feature.