May 14th, 2020

Highly Anticipated EarFun Air Garners iF Design Award, Promotion Available on Nearing Release

EarFun promised new tech for 2020, and it has made good on its promise. The new EarFun Air earbuds will debut in May and is the company's first slated wireless audio product for the year -- a parallel successor to their breakout performer the EarFun Free. These new 2nd-generation true wireless (TWS) earbuds will carry over the successful features of the Free while having some valuable and unique enhancements.



EarFun Air Continues Spree with CES2020 and iF Design Awards

Although it's EarFun's first-time to attended CES, garnering recognition for its robust winners the audio industry lauded in 2019. During their attendance, they announced a new lineup of audio gear for 2020, the EarFun Air being among them. The upcoming Air is EarFun's latest TWS entry and has been decorated before even walking out the door. The freshly designed TWS earbuds from the company earned the CES 2020 Innovation Honoree designation, their second after their breakout earbuds, the EarFun Free received the same prestigious honor. This is not including the numerous awards from media titans and audio journalists for its predecessor. While the new Air retains the same high-value, high-performing formula as the successful Free, it receives further acclaim with its most recent scoring of the iF Design Award for both Tech and Design. Considering 7298 submissions were made across 56 countries, this is quite the feat. This is a first for the phenom audio brand, and we can comfortably say, at this point, we should expect rave reviews when the product debuts in May.


The Air continues to push the value and design envelope of its famous sibling by offering numerous feature improvements in an entirely new and polished form factor -- the result of endless modeling tests on thousands of ear shapes. In terms of sound, the Air will host new custom-built Composite Bio-cellulose drivers producing a superior sound compared to its competitive segment. Some notable features and enhancements will include a new 4-Microphone setup with Noise Cancellation technology to improve call quality and noise filtration, In-EarDetection and Single Earbud Mode, Intuitive Touch Control to give listeners more control over their input source, and the utilization of their award-winning proprietary waterproofing tech called SweatShield (IPX7). The feature list continues with Bluetooth v5.0, 7 hours of runtime, and an additional 28 hours when using the USB-C type chargeable case. Forgot your charging cable? No problem, as these will be Qi Wireless Charging compatibility to top it off. Another EarFun product with a significant bang for the buck, the new product will debut with an exciting promotion you may not want to miss, details below.



April Debut with Can't-Miss Promotion

For those new to EarFun, the brand has a reputation for being a budget-conscious alternative that is feature-rich and priced competitively. As we should expect, EarFun will offer an early bird special for Earfun Air on May 14th. Expect up to 30% off for a limited time. A great deal considering the brand has put out award-winning products in a short time. It will be great to snatch up another award winner, in black or white aesthetic.

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About EarFun

EarFun was established in 2018 by a collective of experienced industrial designers, acoustic engineers, and music enthusiasts who share the common goal of creating next-generation wireless audio devices. The EarFun team is driven by a passion for music and a commitment to delivering solutions that use the latest technologies to improve the audio experience.  With two CES Innovation Awards honorees and an iF Design Award in 2020, EarFun is the most awarded new audio brand.


About CES Innovation Awards

The CES Innovation Awards are sponsored by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™, owner and producer of CES, the world's largest and most influential technology event. CTA has recognized achievements in product design and engineering since 1976.