The Nothing Ear (2) wireless earbuds boast a powerful 11.6mm driver, Hi-Res Audio Certification, Personalized Active Noise Cancellation up to 40 dB, touch control gestures and up to 32 hours of listening per charge. A design developed in partnership with Teenage Engineering, Ear (2) features a transparent charging case and clear veneers to celebrate raw technology and expert craftsmanship.
Full features of the Nothing Ear(2) Bluetooth Earbuds include:
- IP54 sweat- and water-resistance rating.
- Upgraded antenna design provides a stronger and more stable connection.
- 11.6mm custom dynamic driver provides advanced bass, mid, and treble performance.
- Dual chamber design gives smoother airflow & less reverberation for crystal-clear sound.
- Clear Voice Technology and three high-definition mics to isolate and amplify your voice for remarkable accuracy.
- LHDC certified for 24bit hi-resolution wireless audio.
- Earbuds offer up to 8 hours of listening time per charge; case offers 32 hours per charge.
- Buds contain a 33mAh battery; case, 500mAh.
- Composite mesh design for improved sweat and water resistance, with an IPX54 rating.
- Customizable equalizer, personalized sound profiles, gestures controls, and more with the free Nothing app, available on iOS and Android.
- Bluetooth 5.3.
- Supports pop-up pairing and Google Fast Pair.
- In-ear detection lets you pause music automatically by removing an earbud, and restart it by replacing the earbud.
- Carbon neutral: Its 1.78kg carbon footprint was offset with renewable energy certificates for the manufacturing process and additional carbon credits from Verified Carbon Standard for the remaining emissions.
- Case measures 0.9h x 2.2w x 2.2"d.
SizeCase: 0.9h x 2.2w x 2.2"d
Year of Design2023
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