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    Crazybaby Air 1S True Wireless Earbuds

    Crazybaby Air 1S True Wireless Earbuds

    Crazybaby is back with another pair of great looking true wireless, in-ear buds that promise not to be plagued by connection problems, as was the case with the Crazybaby’s original Air.  The Crazybaby Air 1S share an almost identical design, but with completely reworked connection tech.

    These are true wireless in-ears, so there are no wires to restrict movement, and they come in a very comfortable and good-looking size. The sleek, teardrop design means they are unobtrusive in your ear, and at 4 grams each, they are also feathery light. The little buds are stored inside a cylindrical case that also keeps the tiny internal batteries charged for up to 12 hours of playing time. A selection of different sized tips come inside the package, along with a pair of covers with a built-in tip that wrap around the whole earbud.
    Crazybaby Air 1S

    Inside is a carbon nanotube diaphragm, just like the older Air models, with audio customization for more bass, a degree of noise reduction, and 3D virtual surround sound. Each earbud has its own power button with an LED inside to show the status, and they connect independently to your device using Bluetooth 4.2.

    Crazybaby is pushing the Air 1S pair toward the fitness market, evident in their IPX6 rating to resist rain and sweat. Priced at $160 for the pair, the Crazybaby Air 1S earbuds are available to purchase now through the company website. If you’re one of the first 800 to place an order, the price is reduced to just $100.

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    David Novak
    David Novak
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