Last month, Nothing unveiled its second audio product dubbed Nothing Ear Stick, it is coming with a unique design along with impressive specifications but it is lacking some essential features like active noise cancellation and the company is asking ₹8499 in the country.
Now the company has announced an introductory offer for the device and it is available only to the users of Nothing. The users of the brand will get ₹1,000 discount on the newly announced Nothing Ear Stick and the device will be available on Flipkart. It is worth mentioning that the offer is available for the initial sales only and it will start on November 14.
This particular offer will not be applicable during the open sales which starts on November 17. So if you are interested on this product and if you are using a product of the brand then use the offer to save ₹1,000.
Specifications of Nothing Ear Stick
The Nothing Ear Stick features a unique design and it is coming a twist opening case. The truly wireless earphones also feature touch controls for play, pause, skip, voice assistance, and volume control.
The device is coming with 12.6mm dynamic drivers and the same is also having IP54 certification for dust, water and sweat resistance. The device is also featuring in-ear detection. It is not featuring active noise cancellation but the device offers Clear Voice Technology along with 3 microphones on each earbud for wind and crowd-proof calls.
It is capable to offer up to 7 hours of charge on a single charge and the same will go up to 29 hours along with the charging case. The Nothing Ear Stick case comes with USB type-C.
The Nothing Ear Stick is also coming with many special features when the device is connected to the first phone of the company which is the Nothing Phone 1 including customizable gesture controls, EQ settings adjustments, and Find My Earbuds.
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