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These Pearl Earrings Have Wireless Earbuds Hidden Inside!

No one will suspect you aren’t paying attention to what they say if you wear the Nova H1 Audio Earrings all day.

The use of wireless earphones is no longer limited to only listening to podcasts and music. Many of us leave earbuds in all day long as work continues to move away from offices and we become more reliant on virtual meetings and phone calls, but for those looking for something more fashionable and inconspicuous than a white stick, the Nova H1 buds look more like earrings than tech accessories.

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The Nova H1 Audio Earrings, which either clip onto the wearer’s earlobes or utilise an existing piercing for a more firm grip, may have immediately caused you to wonder how they function without having a speaker pressed up against your ear canal. They function more like Sony’s open-ring LinkBuds than the Shokz OpenRun Pro’s bone-conduction technology.

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While they won’t offer as much audio fidelity as wireless earbuds like Apple’s AirPods Pro 2 or the Master & Dynamic MW08, as with Sony’s LinkBuds, their designers claim they provide more situational awareness by not physically blocking ambient sounds. Speaker vents behind the Nova H1’s real pearl direct audio towards the ear. If you’re wearing them at work or out in public, someone may still strike up a conversation with you by just speaking to you rather than tapping you on the shoulder.

Users may expect to listen to music for up to 3.5 hours before requiring a charge or converse on the phone for roughly an hour less than that before they run out of battery. The battery life is claimed as being up to 14 hours when combined with a charging case that resembles a matching jewellery box.

However, considering that the Nova H1 Audio Earrings are crafted with genuine pearls and precious metals, the battery may be readily changed. There are two options for finishes: gold costs €695 (about $750) and silver costs €595 (roughly $640). We anticipate that the Nova H1 will soon be accessible internationally, even though they now only seem to be sold in and around Europe. The business displayed them at CES 2023 last week.


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