The truly wireless headphones product style seems to be a popular trend. The latest company to join in on this phenomenon is PaMu with its new in-ear sports headphones. Offering IPX5 water resistance, touch controls, and the ability to be used independently, at its Indiegogo price of $29, it’s truly a no-brainer to pick these headphones up. Read on for more information.

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PaMu is uniquely built to be able to have ear tips and wing tips so that way the earbuds will stay in your ears without falling out. This is key, and something that many in-ear headphones miss. My AirPods are fantastic, and I love them, but working out (or doing anything with vigorous movement) is just terrible and I’m always afraid it’ll fall out and I’ll lose one.

These headphones also feature 10mm drivers in each bud, which is quite a large offering for smaller in-ear headphones. The larger size of these drivers should give better quality audio, as well as a larger soundstage and more punchy bass. PaMu claims the 10mm drivers “deliver sound with a balanced deep low bass without sacrificing the mids and highs.”

PaMu also offers an auto-pairing feature which, according to the company, works similarly to Apple’s AirPods. As soon as you remove an earbud from the case, it should just pair to your device. There is also a touch surface on the side for activating your voice assistant, controlling media, and more.

Each earbud offers 3.5 hours of battery life, and the case gives you the ability to listen for 12+ hours according to PaMu. This rivals most of its competitors, except the AirPods which boast 20+ hours of total listening time between the AirPods themselves and the case.

PaMu was showcased at CES 2018, so it not only is a very well-funded Indiegogo but a full product that was shown off in-person to millions at the world’s largest technology convention.

If you want to pick up a pair of PaMu wireless earbuds, the price starts at just $29 on Indiegogo. The company has already brought in over 4,500% of its initial goal. At the time of writing, over $450,000 of its $10,000 goal has been raised. Delivery is slated for April 2018, which is next month, so you don’t even have to wait super long to receive them. I’ve backed PaMu to give them a shot, at $29, it’s a no-brainer for me.

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