The Earin Wireless Earbuds

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Swedish company Earin has found a solution to make the sight of tangled earphone cords a thing of the past with an ultra-compact design. The success story of the Earin Wireless Earbuds started with a Kickstarter campaign that has managed to gather over $1,000,000 in 2014. Fast forward to 2016, when the team won a prestigious iF Design Award for their innovative product design. Unlike Bluetooth earbuds that still feature a small cable connecting the two units, the Earin Wireless Earbuds are completely cord-free. The team behind the product is made of dedicated audio technicians, engineers, and industrial designers; their expertise combines with the latest advancements in wireless and battery technologies to make these earbuds one of a kind. Small and light yet powerful, they measure just 14mm in width and 20mm in length and always feel comfortable to wear. Thanks to the high-precision balanced armature speakers, they provide an excellent sound with fantastic clarity and minimal distortion. A brushed aluminum capsule provides a dual function: it can be used for storage and transportation and it charges the earbuds on the go; an USB cable to charge the capsule is also included. Simple and innovative at the same time, the Earin earbuds signal that a new tech age has begun. Images courtesy of Earin.

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