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A 10th class student made a bike out of rubbish and walked 80 km on 1 liter of petrol.

Hitesh Maurya



The bike will run 60 kilometers with only 1 liter of petrol! You are surprised to hear. The pride of Chhattisgarh, who is in 10th class, has made such a bike. The bike is made with various old cars and bike parts. In a word, in the native language, it is “gambling”. No one can expect the results of gambling to be so fancy.

Gaurab, a 10th class student from Chhattisgarh, is always eager to do something new. That's why he has made a fully fledged bike with only old equipment and bike parts. Even more surprising is the fact that this bike can travel 60 kilometers on 1 liter of petrol. Bikes of well-known companies of the country will not be able to give so much mileage. The performance of this bike made with old equipment is really surprising.

The bicycle wheel has been used as the front wheel of the bike. The gear transmission system, the engine are all taken from old bikes. The bike wheel has been used as the rear wheel. The bike also has rear looking glass and sophisticated headlights.

The hobby of making such fancy things of glory has been around for a long time. Even before that, about three years ago, Gaurab had made an electric bike with old equipment. But the speed of the bike was very low and later the bike was turned into a petrol bike. Such fancy thinking at such a young age is really admirable.


The 4 Best True Wireless Earbuds Under $50 in 2021




Tribit Flybuds 3 earbuds against multi-colored backdrop

True wireless earbuds are fantastic gadgets to have on hand—in the world of audio, their portability and convenience can’t be beaten. But while the big-name brands have some big price tags attached, there are plenty of companies out there making more budget-friendly options. So, let’s see what you can get in 2021 for under $50.

IP rating for more specifics (which we’ll mention in each section). Working out is a concern for a lot of people, as unprotected gadgets can be damaged from your sweat. We can safely say all the earbuds on this list are outfitted to deal with sweat, so that won’t be a concern.
  • Battery Life: It’s never fun when a gadget dies on you, so longer battery life is always preferred. However, true wireless earbuds are unique as most use their travel case for charging as well. This means you can rely on the case for an extra boost if you’re using them for an extended period. We’ll mention both for every pair on this list, along with whether or not they feature wireless or quick charging.
  • Extra Features: While listening to music might be your main priority, that doesn’t mean manufacturers can’t include a few extra features to sweeten the deal. Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), is a big one for blocking out the world around you, as is transparency mode which does the opposite (it blends your surroundings and music so you can hear both clearly). These extra features become more common as you climb up the price ladder, but most of the pairs on this list still manage to sneak them in.
  • Best Overall: EarFun Air

    EarFun Air true wireless earbuds

    EarFun managed to jam a lot into the Air earbuds, from their sleek, modern design to solid audio quality. They’re rated IPX7 and have a long-lasting battery (5-7 hours in each earbud with around 30 in the case). The Air even features wireless and fast charging to sweeten the deal further—you can get 2 hours of playtime from just 10 minutes of wired charging (wireless is slower).

    While it’s missing any form of noise-canceling or transparency mode, the audio still holds up on its own. You also get four pairs of ear tips included with your purchase—extra-small, small, medium, and large. On the whole, these earbuds deliver great value, and it’s hard to find something to complain about for the money.

    These featured-packed buds are also available in black and white.

    Best Overall

    EarFun Air

    A feature-packed pair of earbuds for a reasonable price.

    ENACFIRE A9 true wireless earbuds

    When it comes to the gym, having earbuds that are waterproof and sound blocking are extremely important. The ENACFIRE A9s does both of these with a rating of IPX7 and ANC, but it also includes a transparency mode so when you need to hear your surroundings, it’s only a tap away. While it lacks any wireless or fast charging, the battery life is still admirable with the earbuds rated for 5 hours, and the case supplying 32 hours of total playtime. They also come with three pairs of ear tips: small, medium, and large. All of this comes together to create an amazing pair of earbuds for your next workout.

    Best for the Gym


    If you’re working out in a gym a lot, these are the earbuds you want to buy.

    Skullcandy Dime earbuds on asphalt road
    Eric Schoon

    If you’re on a tight budget and are fine sacrificing extra features for stellar audio quality, then the Skullcandy Dime is for you. These inexpensive earbuds are rated IPX4, last for 12 hours in total (3.5 hours for the buds, 8.5 in the case), and feature a compact design with the lowest price on this list. These are light on features lacking fast charging, wireless charging, noise cancellation, and transparency mode, but they do the basics so well it makes up for it. They’re quite the bargain and are even available in four different colors: Chill Grey, Dark Blue and Green, Light Grey and Blue, and True Black.

    The Skullcandy Dime also come with three pairs of interchangeable ear tips: small, medium, and large.

    Bang for the Buck

    Tribit Flybuds 3 true wireless earbuds

    Do you want to never worry about your earbuds randomly dying on you again? Because if so, the Tribit Flybuds 3 does a great job at dissuading that fear. Not only do these sound great, have an IPX8 rating, and feature a unique, highly customizable design with six pairs of ear tips in the box (with different sizes and shapes), but the battery life is quite impressive. While the buds have 5 hours of charge, the case packs in a whopping 100 hours worth. You can safely take these on a weeklong trip without ever worrying about touching a charging cord. Of course, without fast or wireless charging, actually juicing up the case may take a while.

    The only major downside to these is the lack of any noise-canceling or transparency mode. But, for the price, the Flybuds 3 already offer some impressive features so the lack of those is understandable.


    Wyze Buds Pro are also worth considering. They’ll offer transparency mode, active noise cancellation, and wireless charging for just $60. That’s a bit over the budget we’re discussing here, but they also offer all the top-end features anyone could want for so little money. They’re available for pre-order now on Wyze’s site, and they’re expected to release in July. You can expect a full review on RG sometime before the official release.

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