Earin’s revolutionary True Wireless Earbuds are now available with a new black charging capsule – and you can win a pair of your own!
Thanks to Earin, we’ve got four pairs to give away. These Bluetooth wireless earbuds are super useful now our phones are starting to move away from the traditional headphone jack.
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The Earin M1 True Wireless Earbuds combine high-end style with industry-leading Bluetooth audio quality to provide you with the best possible wireless listening experience.
Boasting a sleek Scandinavian design, the earbuds contain no cables or wires, and every component has been designed and engineered to reduce its size and weight to the absolute minimum so users can focus on the music.
The earbuds are small and light while providing the most immersive sound imaginable.
Earin M1 True Wireless Earbuds are built with two dedicated amps driving high-precision, balanced armature speakers. The result is an incredibly detailed sound with excellent mid and high-tones, and a tight bass response, all reproduced with minimal distortion.
The Earin capsule houses and charges the earbuds when not in use. Simply place the earbuds in the capsule to charge them before the next use. The robust portable capsule is designed from a single block of aluminium.
Powered by a 60 mAh rechargeable Lithium-ion battery, 70 minutes of charging time provides up to three hours of stereo play time, and a fully charged capsule provides 3 full earbud recharges.
Terms and conditions
By entering the competition you agree to be bound by the competition rules. Closing date is 23:59 on 5th January 2017. Competition open to UK residents aged 18+ excluding employees of Future Publishing Limited, Earin, JDM Products and their immediate families.
Entries must be submitted by an individual and are limited to one per household. One winner per prize will be drawn at random from all correct entries received. If the featured prize becomes unavailable, JDM Products may substitute a suitable alternative of an equivalent cost. The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative.