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SoundFlow wireless earbuds live reloading in the case of the phone

With the near extinction of the headphone jack, or wireless earbuds are basically needed to move forward. But it is not without their own problems – battery life and probability of loss are the most important ones. To help solve all those problems, Ascape the photo is the launch of the SoundFlow, a pair of earbuds that tuck away neatly inside the phone case also charges them.

Apple AirPods work well, but they hang down from the ears, some users report that they fall down. The SoundFlow-ear headphones are much smaller and neater, measuring just 27 x 17 x 16.5 mm (1.06 x 0.67 x 0.65 in. Instead of thing, curl up in the contours of your ear, and can be tightened to stay with a twist to lock system.

Ascape seems confident that the earphones will not fall out – just watch the backflips in the campaign video, but if they do, SoundFlow app can track the location of up to 1,500 feet (457 m). If this does not help, the company says it will replace them for us $ 20.

Ascape says SoundFlow is designed to provide high sound quality with deep lows, crisp highs and clear in the minds of this is driven by a graphene membrane. Battery wise, the company claims the sprouts will last for up to eight hours on a single charge, can be fully topped up in less than half an hour.

When it’s time to charge them, the headphones can be tucked into the top of the SoundFlow SmartCase. The range of models means they will fit most new or modern phones from Apple, Samsung and Google, and boasts a battery capacity of between 2600 mAh and 3,750 mAh depending on the model. The case can not only charge the restaurants, but the phone is also a strong design helps to protect it from drops. The case itself can be juiced up via either a USB-C or wireless panel.

And if you don’t need a phone the final piece of the puzzle is the PowerDock. With 1, 000 mAh battery, this device will charge the earbuds up to six times before needing a top up itself.

Ascape is currently crowdfunding SoundFlow gear on Indiegogo, where it’s already more than three times its goal of $20,000 with 17 days remaining on the campaign. Pledges start at $ 59-ear headphones and PowerDock, $ 99 in-ear headphones and SmartCase, or $ 129 all three. If everything goes according to plan SoundFlow should be in your ears before February 2019.

Check out the campaign video below.

Source: Indiegogo

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