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Funcl has launched some insanely cheap true wireless earbuds on Indiegogo

Seriously, these are a steal.

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We’ve seen a lot of true wireless headphones recently, but none have been stuffed with the features and pricing of these two sets from Funcl.

Launched on Indiegogo today, the Funcl W1 and AI are quality earbuds at a crazy affordable price.

Check out the Funcl W1 earbuds

The Funcl W1 buds are true wireless headphones at a crazy price – $19.99 to start. Don’t think that low price means low features though, the W1’s have Bluetooth 5.0, a total of 18 hours of battery life (4.5hrs in the earbuds, plus 3 charges from the case), good sound quality supported by the AAC codec, and touch control for your music and calls.

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They also automatically turn on, pair and connect to your device when you take them out of the case. That’s features that even some of the expensive headphones don’t have.

The Funcl AI wireless earbuds

The Funcl AI buds are priced from $54.99, but KnowTechie readers can actually get a pair for $49.99 by following this link. You’ll have to hurry though, only the first 50 sets will get that extra discount.

The AI’s also have Bluetooth 5.0, and some extra features for that extra price. Qualcomm’s AptX support is here, which provides better sound quality (just make sure your device supports it). That support gives Hi-Fi sound quality and extremely low latency.

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There’s also a total of 24 hours of battery life (6 hours in the earbuds, with 3 charges in the case), an IPX5 rating for water and sweat resistance, and the Funcl AI app which makes your AI voice assistant easier to access.

The Funcl W1 are $19, Funcl AI will be $49 for our readers through this link until 50 have been sold, then they’re $54 and there are also combinations of both headsets available if you want.

Editor’s Note: Oh, by the way, we’re giving away some pairs of these Funcl headphones. Enter today!

As always, remember that backing a crowdfunding campaign is you helping bring that product to market – not necessarily a guarantee you’ll get the product that you backed. That said since we have review units in-hand it’s a fairly good chance that you’ll get what you back here.

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Maker, meme-r, and unabashed geek with nearly half a decade of blogging experience at KnowTechie, SlashGear and XDA Developers. If it runs on electricity (or even if it doesn't), Joe probably has one around his office somewhere, with particular focus in gadgetry and handheld gaming. Shoot him an email at joe@knowtechie.com.

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