Nothing’s third product, the Ear (Stick), is all set to go on sale today. The Ear (stick) is Nothing’s second earbuds. The Carl Pei-led company had previously launched the Nothing Phone as its first ever product. The ear (stick) comes in a cylindrical case with a twist mechanism. It bears a strong resemblance to lipstick.

Existing Nothing users can purchase the device at a discount of Rs 1000. For instance, if you have a Nothing Phone (1) already, you will get a discount of Rs 1000, which brings the price down to Rs 7,499.

Nothing Ear (Stick): Price and availability

Nothing Ear (Stick) was launched at Rs 8499 in India. If you have been planning to buy an Ear (stick), you can do it today. As the sale would start at 12 pm. The device can be purchased from Amazon as well as Myntra. The Nothing Ear (stick) is available in a red and white colour option. If you already own a Nothing device, you can get a discount of Rs 1000 on the device.

Nothing Ear (Stick): Specifications

The Nothing Ear (Stick) is equipped with 12.6mm drivers, which promises to deliver rich depths, clear highs and bold details. The company claims that the sound quality remains consistent even at different frequencies.

The Nothing Ear (stick) is extremely lightweight as each bud weighs only 4.4g. Although the earbuds resemble the Ear (1), they do not come with silicone tips. So you will have to deal with a bit of background noise as they won’t be blocked entirely.

The earbuds can be paired with the Nothing X app and the earbuds pair effortlessly with the Phone (1). You simply need to press a button to pair the devices.

The earbuds lack active noise cancellation but come with bass lock technology that measures the user’s unique ear canal shape and the fit of the earbuds, and detects how much bass is lost during wear.

To ensure clearer call quality, the earbuds are equipped with three high-definition mics that filter out louder background noises and amplify your voice for wind-proof and crowd-proof calls.

The earbuds feature press controls that are located on each earbud and work even when your fingers are wet. Users can press on the earbud stem to play,pause, skip tracks, activate voice assistance and change volume.

In terms of battery, the Ear Stick promises up to 7 hours of listening time with the earbuds and up to 3 hours of talking time with the earbuds. The case packs another 22 hours of charge, for fast charging. You can plug in the charger for 10 minutes and a listening time of up to 2 hours.


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