These New Wireless Earbuds Double As Pearl-Studded Earrings
Designed to be worn exactly like a pair of earrings, the units use "audio beam-forming technology" to direct audio into your ear without blocking hearing.
Goodbye basic AirPods, hello NOVA H1 Audio Earrings. For all you rave fashionistas out there, this one's for you.
The latest music tech wearables coming to market not only wirelessly connect to your phone and play music, podcasts and other audio, but also double as pearl-studded earrings. The NOVA H1 earbuds aim to turn tech accessories into actual fashionable jewelry.
Designed to be worn exactly like a pair of earrings, the units direct audio into your ear without blocking hearing. Their open-ear design allows you to listen to music and hear noises and sounds of the natural world around you, so you can maintain situational awareness.
According to Gizmodo, the wearables have a battery life of up to 14 hours when paired with a charging case, which resembles a classic jewelry box. However, users can listen to music for up to three and a half hours before they need to be charged.
The NOVA H1 earrings come in gold or silver, and feature real freshwater pearls. While the original design allows users with pierced ears to wear them as actual earrings, they also come in clip-on variants as well for more flexibility when it comes to their placement on the ear.
The earrings range between $633 to $740. For more information, visit NOVA Audio's website.[embed]https://youtube.com/watch?v=lL_wkVcU7e0[/embed]