Telegraph

“Harry tests out the Earin Wireless Headphones, the ear buds are completely wireless and sit inside of the ear like ear plugs but just how comfortable are they and do they hold in while running?”

WIRED

“The industrial design is superb and the quality of construction matches it. The sound reproduction is nice, too — but there are intermittent problems with the stability of the sound, sadly. Still, the idea of using the metal case to both top up earbud charge on the go as well as protect the Earins is a fine one. And they are indeed very small, comfortable and discreet to wear.”

Allure

“The sleek, minimalist design of these earbuds keep them fashion-forward, and the sound-isolating function allows for exceptional sound quality.”

The Wall Street Journal

“In other ways, the Earin was straightforward to use. It’s only for audio—there isn’t even a built-in microphone for taking calls. The stylish, sweat-resistant buds, not much larger than the tip of a pinky, fit four different people snugly with the help of memory-foam cushioning.”

Gadget Review

“I can leave my iPhone on a desk as I stroll leisurely wherever I please with no interruption, no thought of “I hope I don’t catch a wire on that doorknob again”. There’s some kind of feeling that becomes natural as you incorporate your own patterns to what the Earins allow, realizing you’re no longer tethered to the technology of yesteryear, a platitude left in the past.”

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The Wall Street Journal

“In other ways, the Earin was straightforward to use. It’s only for audio—there isn’t even a built-in microphone for taking calls. The stylish, sweat-resistant buds, not much larger than the tip of a pinky, fit four different people snugly with the help of memory-foam cushioning.”

Gadget Review

“I can leave my iPhone on a desk as I stroll leisurely wherever I please with no interruption, no thought of “I hope I don’t catch a wire on that doorknob again”. There’s some kind of feeling that becomes natural as you incorporate your own patterns to what the Earins allow, realizing you’re no longer tethered to the technology of yesteryear, a platitude left in the past.”

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