The Ear stick wireless earbuds were the second audio product that Nothing launched. These include 12.6 mm drivers, a half-in-ear design (no silicone tips), and up to 29 hours of battery life when used with the charging case. The cylindrical case’s shape is modelled after the shapes of lipsticks and is once more translucent to show off the buds when not in use. To access the buds, you twist the case open.
The Ear stick lacks active noise cancellation (ANC), but it does include Clear Voice Technology, which makes use of the three microphones on each earbud to make calls that are wind- and crowd-proof. The earbuds provide touch controls for voice assistance, volume control, play, stop, and skip.
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Bass Lock, which dynamically adapts the bass to your surroundings, is also bringing nothing. The new buds have a playing time of up to 7 hours on a single charge, which is increased to 29 hours with the charging case. They are IP54 water and dust-resistant. They work with Android smartphones that support Fast Pair. The ergonomic design of these earphones does not imply that they can be worn continuously.
When used in combination with Nothing Phone (1), a number of unique features are available, including customisable gesture controls, EQ settings tweaks, and a Find My Earbuds feature, all of which are switchable through the Phone (1) fast settings menu. To access the aforementioned capabilities on other Android and iOS devices, download the Nothing X application first.
The cost of Nothing Ear stick is fixed at $99 / €119 / £99, which is the same as Nothing Ear (1)’s initial MSRP despite the fact that the price of that product recently increased by 50% and it now sells for $150.
From November 4 on, Nothing Ear stick will be offered through nothing. tech and affiliated shops in more than 40 countries. Up until November 30, nothing gives early customers a 10% discount.