Nothing Ear Stick TWS earphones teased at the spring and summer 2023 fashion show


Nothing Ear Stick, the UK-based company’s next true wireless stereo (TWS) earphones, were showcased Thursday at the Spring Summer 2023 fashion show in collaboration with fashion designer Chet Lo. These TWS earphones are said to be ‘extremely comfortable’. The images revealed mostly focus on the Nothing Ear Stick charging case, which has an unconventional cylindrical design. The housing appears to have a transparent outer shell. However, the design of the earbuds is still in the works.

Nothing teamed up with fashion designer Chet Lo to to reveal the design of the charging case during the Spring Summer 2023 fashion show. Nothing Ear Stick has a feather-light ergonomic design that, according to the company, is extremely comfortable. It also unveiled custom Nothing Phone 1 bags supposedly designed to celebrate the Glyph interface.

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Nothing claims that the Nothing Ear Stick is designed to provide improved output with the Nothing Phone 1. In addition, a spokesperson for nothing revealed in a statement to The Verge that the Ear Stick is an all-new product with a new charging case and new buttons.

While the company didn’t offer a clear look at the earbuds, the charging case resembles a previously leaked design. The Nothing Ear Stick probably comes without silicone tips, similar to the AirPods.

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Furthermore, nothing has supposedly removed the ANC feature to hold on to the price of EUR 99 (approximately Rs. 8,000). Their predecessor, the Nothing Ear 1 was also launched in Europe last year for 99 euros. These TWS earphones were priced at Rs. 5,999 in India at launch. They are claimed to provide up to 5.7 hours of listening time per charge and a total of 34 hours of play time with the charging case. The Nothing Ear 1 also comes with features like ANC and a transparency mode.

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