This Smartwatch Has A Pair Of Earbuds On The Inside

Aadhya Khatri - Feb 10, 2020


This Smartwatch Has A Pair Of Earbuds On The Inside

The earbuds can connect to the smartwatch, allowing for music listening even when your smartphone is not around

Combining different gadgets into one seems to be the new norm as we see things like headphones that double as an air purifier surface on the market. Following the same trend is Wristbuds with its smartwatch that houses a pair of wireless earbuds.

In the last few years, people have been quick with shifting to wireless technology. Earbuds, with their compact size, are gaining momentum on the market, but the small size also makes it a nightmare when they get lost.

The idea behind Wristbuds smartwatch is to stores the small headphones right on your wrist so that you always know where to find them

The idea behind Wristbuds smartwatch is to store the small headphones right on your wrist so that you always know where to find them. The watch features a 1.14-inch screen and a pair of TWS earbuds, hidden away behind the flip screen. Whenever the user needs the small headphones, he or she can lift the screen up and take them out.

Wristbuds comes equipped with Bluetooth 5.0 with a connectivity range of 10m, the latest Graphene audio technology, as well as CVC noise cancellation.

The Graphene technology allows for superb audio experience and a 90° design for a better fit. The company said that the buds can fit perfectly into users’ ears thanks to this feature. Users can fully charge the earbuds in half an hour but the battery life is not revealed.

The earbuds can connect to the smartwatch, allowing for music listening even when your smartphone is not around. However, you will have to pay an extra of Rs. 2,114 to use the function.

Kickstarter has provided enough funds for the developers Wristbuds and they will start to ship the pack in April. The smartwatch carrying earbuds is priced at Rs. 10,634.

>>> Loving These Louis Vuitton Earbuds? You Will Have To Pay Over Rs 71,000

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