AirPods or the more expensive AirPods Pro are visible almost everywhere. Since its inception, the widely used device has changed the way many of us listen to music. But apart from the development of the TWS industry, these earbuds have also created an accessory market full of options. You can find products aimed at improving their fit or sound, charging them, protecting them from damage, or making them easier to use with the help of wireless transmitters.
So, if you recently purchased a pair of AirPods Pro and are looking for items that could improve your user experience, this list will help you because we think it includes the best accessories and cases that you should buy for your device.
This TPU accessory uses a pliable material that you can shape for a comfortable fit. It comes in a variety of color options, is easy to install, and offers the added security that the hook design is known to provide.
A silicone cover, this add-on offers a wing tip and added grip to secure your AirPods in place. It is supplied in a pack of 3 and includes a storage bag according to the listing.
While Comply is expensive, it is a brand known for its quality. These earbuds use memory foam that conforms to your ear for a better passive seal and improved sound quality. They come in three sizes and are available in packs of three
With this attachment you can connect your AirPods Pro to your vehicle, an on-board system or your game console. It claims a 16 hour battery life and can be charged while in use.
The perfect gadget to charge your AirPods Pro on the go, especially if you want to avoid the cable clutter.
This accessory is the perfect device for those rooted in the Apple ecosystem. Put it next to a bed or in a living room and use it however you want. It offers three places to charge your phone, Apple Watch and AirPods.
Use these accessories to change the look of your AirPods case while adding almost no bulk. They come in multiple colors, and some retailers may even allow you to mix and match options.
By adding these accessories over your AirPods Pro case, you can keep its compact form factor while protecting it from scratches and accidental drops. These are available in a variety of color options to allow for some personalization.
Clear cases usually come in the form of hard plastic shells, but this TPU option allows you to protect your device from abrasion, keep the crisp white look of your AirPods, and provide additional protection from bumps.
While a traditional silicone case can protect against drops and prevent minor damage if you’re a user who spends a lot of time outdoors, a sturdy option can go a long way by absorbing a much higher level of impact. This option from Spigen adds just that kind of protection to your AirPods.
While the other case options listed focus primarily on protection rather than looks, this leather option from Twelve South gives you a case that will add a more luxurious feel to your device while also providing some level of protection.
This option from Catalyst does what many other cases can’t, which is to protect your AirPods from water damage. While the earbuds themselves are IPX4 certified, the case has no rating and is prone to water damage. With these accessories, you may be able to minimize the risk of liquids damaging your device.
Read on to see some of our ideas on how to combine some of the accessories listed here, or which ones to get hold of to enhance your user experience or secure your purchase.
For better fit and audio quality
If you want to improve the fit and audio quality of the AirPods, we recommend combining one of the mentioned ear hooks with the foam tips. As can be seen from the profiles above, the earhooks help increase friction and the foam expands to form a better seal.
For those who travel
If you are often on airplanes, the Twelve South AirFly Pro is a versatile device that will help you get the most out of your AirPods Pro and their ANC functionality on a flight. Again, the foam tips can play an important role in ensuring a good seal, so maybe you can combine the two.
If traveling involves outdoor excursions, consider opting for AirPods Pro cases from Spigen or Catalyst as these options can add a layer of water or shock resistance to your AirPods case as Apple only rates the earbuds with an IPX4 rating. The case, on the other hand, is susceptible to water damage.
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