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1More Stylish True Wireless In-Ear Headphones for the Holidays

Hey neighbors!!

Who doesn't love a great pair of wireless in-ear headphones? My daughters LOVE wireless headphones.  One prefers over the ear, but the other two like the in-ear versions.  This set from 1More is a perfect example of the kind they like.  Totally wireless, with a built in microphone, which means not just the ability to listen to your favorite music, but you can use your Bluetooth phone with these in-ear headphones.  Check out the 1More Stylish True Wireless In-Ear Headphones.

The little carrying case is also the charger.  Just put them in the case in the proper direction and the case can charge them.  The supplied cord will charge the case and thus the headphones.  One of the really nice features is that you can use one or the other by itself.  Use one, use both, or as long as you stay reasonably close to each other you can use one and your friend the other.  You can listen to music together.

From 1More:
  • Battery Performance: Each earbud supports six and half hours of usage and comes with a portable charging case that allows for three additional full charges—these headphones last comfortably for 24 hours of music or talk time. 
  • Fast Charging: Allowing users three hours of use on only 15 minutes of charge time.
  • Convenient Compatibility: With auto power on and off, the earbuds automatically turn on and connect when taken out of the case, and automatically turn off when returned to the case. Environmental noise canceling microphones are also included in each earbud, along with the latest Bluetooth 5 technology featuring aptX and AAC transmission compatible with Android and iOS.  
  • Pairing Modes: Multiple paring modes means using the earbuds together for an immersive listening experience, or freedom to use the left or right earbuds individually to match personal preference. 
  • Fit & Design: The lightweight earbuds use a 45-degree oblique angle that lays naturally in the listener’s ear canals for a tight, secure fit. A silicone O-Hook provides the user a more stable fit while on the move, and three different sized ear tips ensure the right seal is found, which improves noise isolation and bass response.
  • Expert Tuning: Like with all 1MORE’s headphones, the Stylish True Wireless In-Ear headphones are expertly tuned by Grammy-award winning sound engineer, Luca Bignardi, so that listeners hear exactly what the artist intended. 

These will make a perfect gift for a high school student, college student, gym member, or a music-loving adult.  My daughter does photography and spends hours editing.  These would be perfect for her to wear while she is working to help prevent distractions.  Also great for their trips to the Creation Museum.

Do you know someone who could use a pair of these?  You can purchase them on the 1More website $99.99, or find them at Best Buy, or Amazon.  Be sure to follow their social media:
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Leela said…
They would be perfect for my daughter.
Anonymous said…
Wireless headphones are super convenient! Love these.
Anonymous said…
Wireless headphones are super convenient! Love these.

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