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Earin Headphones Will Lighten your Load

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With the new iPhone 7 lacking a jack, and that dongle thing being too easy to lose, it looks like wireless headphones are all the rage right now. Earin headphones are just the thing you might need. They’re so tiny that you may mistake them for a pair of earplugs, but believe us, they pack so much noise, you won’t even realize that you’re using bluetooth headphones.

The Malmo, Sweden-based company basically got rid of all the annoying parts of headphones — no cables, no wires. That means no tangles in your bag or tangles in your pocket. What you’re left with is two tiny buds that fit perfectly in your ear. They’re armed with armature speakers that have the most outstanding acoustic detail and clarity. The armature speakers have two amps with the most minimal distortion around. You’ll get nice high and mid tones, and the tightest bass. When you’re not using them, simply place them inside the Earin capsule, made from a single block of aluminum and charge charge charge until your next use.

So get rid of all those cords and switch to the Earin bluetooth headphones. The Earin headphones are also a 2016 Design Award Winner. You’ll feel much lighter and you won’t be tangled in a mess of cord. The result? Less is more. You’ll love the way Earin headphones amplify the music in your device. Plus, you’ll get the best sound you’ll experience while strutting down the street listening to your favorite tunes.

For more information, visit earin.com.

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