The Urbanista Lisbon is the company’s most recent offering, and these are small earbuds in comparison to others on the market; because they are so small, I thought they might be an issue in my ears, but there is a wing built in on these that makes them a secure, comfy fit, they will feel a bit timid, to begin with, and fitting them.
Still, once in the ears, you are good to go, and you may as well forget they are there because that is how it starts to feel wearing them.
Urbanista Lisbon Design
The Lisbon’s casing is smaller than practically any earphones I’ve seen. It is oval and fits effortlessly into your pocket or purse. The earphones contain a magnetic prong that slips into the case’s corresponding slots. GoFit silicone wings on the design help them fit more firmly in your ears.
You hardly notice them once they’re in your ears. It isn’t easy to notice them in the ears of someone who has them. They don’t stick out much, if at all. They resemble a hearing aid rather than an earbud.
And, unlike other earbuds, they do not feel invasive in your earhole.
In terms of performance, we expect two things from our workout headphones: excellent sound and outstanding phone call clarity.
The audio quality is adequate. The high end is lovely, and the upper mids are well represented, so higher-pitched voices appear clear and loud. However, the low end is pushed back, resulting in a lack of bass response.
Urbanista compensates by moving the top edge of the bass forward. The mid-range has also been recessed to make it quieter.
Although there is no built-in assistant, the Lisbon may summon Siri or Google Assistant (or any other digital butler you have) using its touch controls. And, by the way, those touch controls are pretty user-friendly.
I like the control mechanism Urbanista used, with a touch for volume and two touches for stopping/starting playback. It also doesn’t take much to catch the earphones’ attention.
How long does the Urbanista Lisbon battery last?
To charge, the case requires a wired connection.
According to our rigorous testing, the buds last 8 hours and 53 minutes because they lack power hogs like active noise canceling (ANC). The little charging case adds two more charges for fewer than 27 hours of battery life.
The case looks like something you’d use to hold mints; it has a single LED and a bit of lateral motion in the lid. The case includes a magnetic bottom, which prevents it from falling off a table edge. This update is appreciated, as the case does not often inspire trust. Its little weight makes it simple to pocket and lose.
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The Urbanista Lisbon earphones are small and easy to carry. They will suit you nicely if your ears are the correct size. To spectators, they are scarcely discernible in your ears. The sound quality is adequate, and the touch controls are functional.
The battery lasts a long time, and they connect quickly. These aren’t for anyone looking for noise-canceling technologies. However, given the price, they are an excellent value.