Twelve South AirFly Duo | Wireless transmitter with audio sharing for up to 2 AirPods /wireless headphones to any audio jack for airplane, car, gym or home use
About this deal
The Airfly Duo can connect to two sets of headphones at one time, just like the Pro, but unlike the Pro, with just a few hours of charge, the device can last for over 20 hours!
AirFly (2nd gen) is not currently compatible with AirPods Pro (2nd generation). We recommend AirFly Pro for AirPods Pro (2nd generation).Remember, the only real difference between these two devices is that the Pro offers an option to enjoy your entertainment through a speaker in your home, car, or even on a boat through the audio in option. So, if you're on a plane and you and your traveling companion both have your favorite pair of wireless active noise-canceling headphones, but only one of you has an AirFly Pro, you can both still enjoy using your favorite headphones (though you both would have to watch the same movie).
Will we be flying without the AirFly Duo again? Probably not. Overall, the ease of the device makes it worth carrying along on every trip. It’s compact enough to store in any travel bag, easy enough to connect with a number of devices and perhaps best of all, you can say goodbye to airline-supplied headphones forever. If you travel frequently — or seldom but have other places to use the transmitter — the AirFly devices are an absolute no-brainer. AirFly is compatible with all Bluetooth wireless headphones. If your headphones can connect to your mobile phone using Bluetooth, then AirFly can connect to your headphones too. All brands are welcome - Sony, Bose, Beats and more!
I tested this out with my S.O. and a multiplayer game on Nintendo Switch. Each of us wearing our own set of headphones could play a game on the Switch with the AirFly Pro. The only disadvantage to the Airfly Duo is that it does not come equipped with an audio in option. That means you cannot play audio from your phone to a speaker, car stereo, or various other devices like you can with the Pro.
AirFly Pro, according to Twelve South, also sports a hefty 16-hour battery life. I have not had the opportunity to max out the battery life to test these claims, but I can tell you that I wore out my AirPods Pro twice while AirFly Pro kept ongoing.I've used a number of Bluetooth headphone adapters designed for in-flight systems before, but the sheer simplicity of Twelve South's latest AirFly product has impressed me while up in the air. Both the Airfly Pro and Airfly Duo will allow you to listen to a device through your wireless headphones without connecting via Bluetooth. The main difference between the two is that the Airfly Dro does not allow for audio input, but it does offer an extra four hours of battery life.