A;Ray True Wireless Auto Pair Earbuds with ANC.
The A'Ray True Wireless Auto Pair Earbuds with Active Noise Cancellation are the future of Bluetooth earbuds. As you see, there is no wire connecting the earbuds. The earbuds feature Bluetooth 5.0, Auto-Pairing, Auto Power-On, and Active Noise Cancellation. Once the earbuds are removed from the case, they will power on and automatically sync to each other!.
No more hassle of trying to get the earbuds synchronized to each other.
The charging case also doubles as a powerbank for your earbuds and can be charged with the included Micro USB Cable.
Once the battery of the case is charged, it will charge the earbuds 4x from 0-100%.
With over 4hrs of playback time at max volume on a single charge these earbuds are a must for any traveler.
The ergonomic design of the earbuds keep them in place on the go.
The earbuds have built in “touch” music controls and dual microphones for hands free operation.
It takes 1.5hrs to charge the earbuds from 0-100%.
The case can be charged in 1.5hrs.
Product Size: 50.8mm (H) x 63mm (W) x 26mm (D).
Available Colours: Black.
Material: ABS Plastic.
MOQ: 50 | Quantity less than MOQ needs to be quoted, Please contact our staff.
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