Kurdene S8

Kurdene S8 Price History

Kurdene S8 Description

Innovative Design

The Kurdene S8 Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds offer up users with the ultimate in convenience and comfort. Delivering a light weight, sleek, and modern design with Ergonomic Earhooks to ensures the earbuds never slip and the noise isolating design keeps the music playing all day long. The earbuds come with a secure charging case that is both dust and waterproof offering up to 48 hours of usage without the need to recharge.

Steady Stereo Sound Quality

The Kurdene S8 Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds deliver a superbly balanced stereo sound quality thanks to the 6mm dynamic drivers that have been designed to reproduce superior sound. With bass enhanced music and a maximum volume of 50dB, users will be able to listen to their favorite sounds with exceptional audio fidelity. Enjoy crystal clear conversations with friends or family as the earbuds uses CVC noise reduction technology and enjoy convenient music playback with one-touch control.

Powered By Bluetooth 5.0

The Kurdene S8 Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds are powered by a Bluetooth 5.0 chipset. This allows for a seamless connection with any Bluetooth enabled device. With a one-step set up, the earbuds are easily paired with your smartphone or laptop and a 32ft connection range offering up a reliable connection even in large spaces. The highly advanced Bluetooth chipset also ensures there is minimal signal connection.

IPX8 Waterproof and Dustproof

The Kurdene S8 Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds are IPX8 waterproof rated. This ensures that you can take your music to the beach, pool, or just enjoy a gap-free listening experience when you’re out and about regardless of the weather. The earbuds also have upgraded processors, dustproof design, and a sealed fitting that keeps all dust and debris out.


  • Lightweight and comfortable design
  • 6mm dynamic drivers
  • CVC noise reduction technology
  • Easy one-touch control
  • Bluetooth 5.0 chipset with 32ft range
  • Maximum 50dB volume
  • IPX8 waterproof and dustproof design
  • Secure charging case with up to 48hrs battery life
  • Support hands-free calling and voice assistant
  • Compatible with Android and iOS devices

Kurdene S8 Specification

Product Dimensions

2.36 x 1.77 x 1.5 inches

Item Weight

45 Grams

Item model number



3 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

April 5, 2020





Charging Time

1.5 Hours


1 1

Number Of Items


Kurdene S8 Reviews (4)

4 reviews

3.5 out of 5
Write a review
Show all Most Helpful Highest Rating Lowest Rating
  1. S. Abraham

    Kurdene S8

    I was looking for a new pair of wireless earbuds and couldn’t look at any on Amazon without being shown an ad for these. They seemed affordable and had a lot of great reviews. Either I received a dud, or these are deceptive.

    I don’t like the case. It’s bulky and doesn’t really fit in my pockets. It’s an odd shape to hold. Rather than a notch to open, this case has a lip. The magnets holding it closed are quite strong – I’ve had other wireless headphones and what sets this case apart is that between the awkward shape, the odd lip, and the strength of the magnets, I have to grip a bit harder and push a bit harder than I expect to in order to open the case. I’m sure I’d get used to it if I used them more often, but, on the first use, I thought the case was accidently glued shut. if you have any sort of hand mobility/grip strength issues, I would not recommend these.
    Note: The headphones claim to be IPX8 rated, but the case does not. They also don’t recommend submerging in water, whereas Tozo (on their website, not on Amazon) claim their IPX8 rated products can not only be submerged in water, they can also be cleaned with soap! That includes the case. If you’re intending to buy headphones to use near a pool, lake, or ocean I do not recommend these.

    After I found the tips that fit best, I had the sensation that they were falling out of my ears, though with a nice seal they seemed secure – I tried shaking my head and they were still in my ears – they felt like they were constantly sliding out. With the really thin tips, it felt like it wasn’t secure. Even when I rotated them, they were a bit large for my ear and stuck out a bit – I would not recommend for smaller ears.

    They sound ok. If you want better sound, I’d recommend wired headphones as better sound can be had for about the same amount. As-is they’re fine for listening to music, podcasts, etc on the go. I have some wired earbuds that I use for passive noise-cancelling on planes. I otherwise prefer to be aware of my surroundings. Even with a seal, these have no sound isolation whatsoever. Even quiet noises could be heard. Additionally, if I had a seal and walked around in them, they sounded a bit weird, though I think that’s just a noise caused by physically blocking my ear canals and not necessarily the headphones themselves.

    A single tap on the outer part (button) is supposed to play/pause the music. I tapped once to pause, then once to play. Instead of playing, the earbud I tapped beeped (as seems to happen when tapping/touching the button – I believe it is a noise to let you know your tap/touch registered), then the earbud I didn’t tap beeped twice. The music did not resume. I tried again and it worked. That’s the sort of bug I experienced 10 or so years ago. There have been so many improvements in technology, I’m surprised this happened within hours of receiving them after they had been charged.

    Unless I received duds, I can’t see these being good for too many people. Even if you’re on a budget, Kurdene’s own S9 (which is currently (02/24/2023) available for about $9 if you check the box for 50% off) resolves most of my issues. The case is a more standard size, thin enough to fit in a pocket, opens much easier, buds are smaller and don’t need to go far into the ear canal. Sound is a bit better in my opinion. It even has LED indicators to show you how charged the case is. A huge improvement across the board, available for less, from the same company. Yet, when I started looking at new earbuds, the S8s were advertised on every single listing and search. They were pushed hard. With over 60k reviews, the overwhelming majority of people impressed by them, I thought I’d give them a try. Even at under $15, I don’t think they’re worth keeping as spares and I intend to return.

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  2. Alexia Woolsey

    Lost my original pair so I bought another, which should tell you how much I love this product. I could go on and on about how great it is, but instead I’m just gonna note a few things that have happened to me that anyone who is looking to buy this should know:

    – If the case is dropped, 90% of the time the lid WILL POP OPEN and the earbuds will fall out. They don’t go very far if it’s from a short height, don’t know how far they’ll go if it’s dropped higher.

    – in my original case I ran into an issue where the lid magnet came out and stuck to the case magnet, I just superglue it back into place and I didn’t have an issue after that. It does seem with the new case there is a small piece of plastic over the lid magnet to stop that from happening.

    – main grief: I get no notice that the case is dead unless I look into my Bluetooth battery precentage after I take my earbuds out of the case. I don’t see a blinking light, or hear a “case battery low” from the earbuds. Depending on how much you use these, I recommend charging them every couple days to keep that battery consistently charging the earbuds.

    – THEY ARE WATERPROOF HOWEVER they WILL fall out of your ears. That’s a ear thing, not necessarily a earBUD thing though. Unless you’re not going to be getting your head wet I advise against using them in water.

    – did run into an issue with my old pair where the silicone casing came off easier, however that’s more than likely a cleanliness issue. I’d advise taking the silicone ear piece off and giving everything a good clean with a dry cloth / or using a specific cleaning kit for earbuds.

    Overall, I love these things. So easy to use, good sound quality, AMAZING battery life, and if you’re just getting the black ones they’re definitely a good price. One thing I didn’t really understand was why the other colors of the same model cost a couple dollars more. If you’re looking into a daily or your first pair of Bluetooth earbuds, these are the way to go 110%!!

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  3. Karyn

    Cute colour. Paired easily. Mostly comfortable. BUT the background sounds during phonecalls is ouch. Music sound is not warm and nice like I had hoped. They also don’t feel very secure in my ears. They’ve popped out a few times from normal movements.

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  4. swmagicien

    Like to mention that I didn’t notice these buds are available in three sizes and somehow I wound up with small. Not sure what size means in the context of an earbud.

    Wanted wireless buds to use with an iPhone. Glad to get rid of the wire but having another mouth to feed is something of a pain. Some of that pain is eased with this set due to the case, which has limited capacity to recharge the buds without being plugged into an external charger.

    It took me a while to get these ear buds working right. I had some kind of problem with them where they sounded very tinny and thin and the volume was low but it went away. It might have been a problem with my bluetooth connection or it could have been bad placement within my ear but they now sound fine, as good or better than most of the relatively inexpensive wired earbuds I’ve used in the past.

    One of these days I’ll try out all the tips to see if any of them offer improved sound. I got eight sets of tips with mine including the set that was installed. The extra tips were a nice surprise.

    You have to be careful these don’t fall out of your ear. If I lean my head left or right, they can fall out and once fell into an partly full cup of coffee that was nearby. They were fortunately not damaged. Be careful if leaning over a sink or toilet as they may fall in.

    They are heavy-ish for ear buds and though they seem sturdy I expect too many falls will eventually put them out of commission. I periodically reseat them to make sure they aren’t working their way out when I wear them while taking a walk.

    I’m happy with them and rate them as more than adequate and quite a good deal for the money.

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this

    Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.

    Compare items
    • Cameras (0)
    • Phones (0)