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ELWN Wireless Earbuds

Two former Apple engineers have created a wireless earbud that claims to have solved fit and battery life issues that plague competing products. The stylish, all-weather ELWN Earbuds will debut on Kickstarter on July 12, 2016 for a price that is expected to be under $100.

Fit:
ELWN Earbuds were inspired by the idea that if they don’t fit right, and they don’t feel right…then nothing else matters. Earbud users often suffer because both of their ears are not the same size or shape. The one size fits all model leaves them annoyed as they repeatedly try to keep their painful earbuds in place. Purchasers of the ELWN Earbuds receive an industry leading 180 earbud combinations, guaranteeing a secure, customizable fit for nearly every ear on the planet.

“With our Perfect Fit system, we know you will be able to create a snug and comfortable fit that won’t go anywhere as you enjoy your favorite activities,” said Adam Kaslikowski, ELWN Founding Team.

ELWN Wireless Earbuds with Infinity Band

Battery Life:
Since ELWN earbuds are truly wireless, they run on a battery. However, with the patent pending Infinity Band charger, users are freed from the need to constantly charge and re-charge. Imagine the inconvenience of running out of juice in the middle of a challenging hike or career making call. The Infinity Band is a first of its kind system that allows the charging of the earbud’s batteries while in use, providing virtually endless battery life.

ELWN Wireless Earbuds parts exploded

Features:

  • No Wires
  • 180 Fit Options
  • IPX4 Rated Water Resistant (Wear Them In the Shower)
  • Patent-Pending Wearable Infinity Band Charger
  • Specially Engineered 6mm Micro Dynamic Drivers
  • 3 hour battery life without Infinity Band
  • 6 hour battery life with Infinity Band
  • Built In Mic for Crystal Clear Calls
  • Bluetooth 4.0 Chip Set w/ CVC aptX Technology
  • 1 year limited warranty

Price and Availability:

The Kickstarter launch (http://www.elwn.com/kickstarter-live/) for ELWN Earbuds will occur on July 12, 2016. Official pricing and a shipping date have not been announced.

About ELWN:
ELWN was founded when two former Apple engineers and a team of marketing and sales professionals came together to make a difference in the wireless headphone industry. With over 15 years of manufacturing experience, the ELWN team has the expertise needed to bring high quality products to the headphone marketplace.

The ELWN team has office locations both stateside and abroad. Each location was established to serve the specific needs of the business. The corporate headquarters and design center is located in Salt Lake City, Utah. The warehouse and shipping facility is centered in Mesa, Arizona. ELWN’s manufacturing facility is located in Guangzhou, China.

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