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1More is entering the wireless earbud game with the Stylish TWS

This is how you enter the market with Styl(ish).

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1More has been making waves in the audio market recently with its fantastic Triple and Quad driver IEMs. Now, the company is tuning its ear for the wireless market, with the first true wireless IEMs from the company.

The “Stylish TWS” is a pair of truly wireless IEMs that cost $99. As with all headphones of this form factor, the Stylish TWS come in a carrying case that can recharge the earbuds two times. That’s good, as the buds only have a two and a half hour battery life. You can pre-order them from 1More’s USA site, and they come in black or gold.

1More makes some quality products

We recently looked at the company’s other Bluetooth headset, the Triple-driver, and if the Stylish TWS are anywhere near as good – they’ll be a winner. Most TWS headphones make considerable sacrifices in sound quality due to the form factor, so it will be interesting to see how 1More’s offering fares.

There’s not much groundbreaking in terms of specs or design, but that’s probably okay. There’s not a whole lot you can do design-wise in such a small form factor, so 1More is probably right in aiming at comfort and sound quality. Most sets I’ve used have trade-offs for design, usually at the expense of the sound.

More and more companies are making wireless earbuds

I’m not surprised to see a true wireless set from them, ever since Bragi started the trend in 2016 it’s been gaining momentum. Sure, AirPods are the most recognizable TWS earbuds, but they’re not the only choice – especially if you don’t use Apple products.

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