The race for the best pair of truly wireless earbuds is definitely still on with one of the newest competitors emerging on Indiegogo. Meet 2unes earbuds.
2UNES Earbuds, Truly Wireless
Stating they’ve tried and tested almost every wire-free earbud on the market, 2unes promises to deliver what other truly wireless earbuds can’t – affordability with a great look, stable fit, and even more stable connection. That being said, let me give you the low down on 2unes.
These completely cable-free earbuds look like itty bitty cylinders with ear tips at the end. Interesting enough, the shape is what actually helps these headphones deliver a better Bluetooth connection, states the company via Indiegogo. 2unes utilizes a 360 degree G-Pattern Transmission Technology that guarantees stable connectivity between the earbuds and a mobile device by way of ultra low latency and a multi-connection bond between the two earbuds.
The cylindrical, aluminum body is durable and designed to withstand the rigor of the everyday commute as well as a work out with a sweat resistant frame and lightweight design. The angled earbuds, also known as a high intensity fitness lock, ensure the buds don’t fall out no matter what.
When it comes to play time, expect between 3 to 4 hours. However, a portable charging pod supplies an additional 45 to 50 hours of talk and play time. Do note, the buds take between 30 minutes to an hour to fully recharge.
When it comes to sound, the earbuds sound like they are in the TWS earbud game to really compete. 2unes features an ambient noise cancellation module so you can hear your music instead of the noisy street. The Australian-based company promises the earbuds will deliver solid sound quality.
A set of 2unes are available in 3 different colorways: space grey, satin gold, and cool silver. If interested grab a pair on Indiegogo when you pledge $99. Orders ship to backers in July 2017.
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