Nothing Announces That Their Ear Stick Buds Are Comfortable To Be Worn All Day Long

Rithika Biswas
Rithika Biswas November 6, 2022
Updated 2022/11/06 at 6:05 PM

London-based company Nothing has been teasing about their TWS earbuds for a good while now. These Nothing ear sticks were displayed at London Fashion Week back in late September announcing their launch date as 26th October. Some say that this newest release looks like lipstick which can be accessed with a twist paired with a USB c port. 

This ear stick package entails – feather light buds weighing about 4.7g each. These have been tested for comfort and long wear on over 100 pairs of ears. The design permits all-day comfort wear. The case is transparent like promised with divers of 12.6mm, along with a stem design & AAC and SBC codes.

Nothing Ear (Stick) Will (Also) Sell Via Myntra In India Following October  26 Launch

Nothing swears by the fact that they have the most advanced audio with a 29hours playtimes charge. A single charge brings 7 hours of music & 3 hours of call time. It’s said that the Nothing case has heavily taken inspiration from a lipstick case & people are in love with it due to this singular factor – turning it into an almost fashion statement. 

The newest creation of Nothing comes within their half-in-ear technology which hasn’t been a part of their previous earbuds. The silicon air tips are paired with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). The sound experience can be customized via the equalizer available on the Nothing App. Nothing’s first retail shop opened up in Soho, London in the middle of October. 

Nothing says that the Ear (stick) buds are designed to be worn all day - news

Nothing ties tie with India’s Online Fashion Brand, Myntra, where these fabulous earbuds will retail for 8499 INR. During London Fashion Week, Chet Lo revealed that the Nothing earbuds also showcase the custom-made bag for their phone. The bags are also almost transparent, allowing the Glymph interface to shine, and would be on sale in late 2023. 


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