‘Air’ is the wireless headphones Apple didn’t make

World's first carbon nanotube speaker driver
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Air wireless headphones by crazybaby

Not a fan of the Apple Airpods? Air is a similar wireless headphones that not only looks aesthetically better (without the sticks) but it is also the first to feature audiophile quality sound using carbon nanotube for the speakers.

Air is created by crazybaby, you might be familiar with their other award-winning products such as the Mars levitating speaker. The company has also engaged Foxconn to ensure quality production on the wireless headphones. For the active users, Air is also IPX 6 water-resistant to keep rain or sweat from getting into it. It comes with a storage tube which also powers the headphones for additional three hours of sound.

Need to take a call? No problem, Air comes with dual noise-cancelling omnidirectional microphones, simply tap the button on the left headphone to answer. There are also a number of tap gestures from play/stop/next/previous songs to voice assistants including Siri, Google Assistant and Amazon Echo.

You can pre-order Air at a very reasonable price of US$99 for a pair on Indiegogo with free shipping worldwide (order fulfilment in January 2017).

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