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EMEET AirFlow launch as ideal open-ear buds for both work and play

The new AirFlow earphones. (Source: EMEET)
The new AirFlow earphones. (Source: EMEET)
EMEET claims to have thrown every quality-of-life tweak possible into its new pair of audio peripherals. The Airflow buds even have their own detachable boom mic for the OEM's VoiceCore dual channel noise cancellation for calls, not to mention UV santization built into a charging case that is also backed to confer prolonged battery life on the new open-ear buds.

EMEET purports to have packed the best features of the Huawei FreeClip, LG Tone Free and Haylou Purfree Lite earbuds into its latest product - and more besides. The AirFlow buds stand out on the rapidly-expanding open-ear market with their own detachable boom mic.

It augments EMEET's VoiceCore technology, which is rated to deliver "dual channel" noise cancellation in that it is intended to filter up to 50 decibels (dB) of unwanted sounds from the user's end (or "close end") and up to 30dB from the audio at the other (or "far") end of the call in question.

Without the boom mic, the AirFlows have a more traditional ear hook-equipped design than some of its rivals, although these loops have apparently been tested for optimal fit against "over 2560 types of ear shapes".

They are also enhanced with flexible titanium memory wire overlaid with "cotton-soft, skin-friendly" silicone in order to keep their 16.2mm HyperBass drivers with a 20Hz-20Khz frequency range and a 98dB sensitivity on in "all-day comfort".

On that note, the AirFlow case certainly looks like it can play that part, even if it may be much larger than usual as it houses the detachable mic as well as the hooked earphones themselves. Accordingly, they are touted to supply up to 40 hours of use per charge.

All in all, EMEET backs its new Bluetooth 5.3 AirFlows as the ideal open-ear accessories for music consumption, remote work or possibly even streaming - and perhaps even workouts too, as they have an IPX5 rating. Finally, their case even has a UV sterilization feature rated to eliminate 99.9% of microbes such as Staphylococcus aureus.

As if to keep the on-trend vibe going, the EMEET Airflow have been released via a crowdfunding-like sales page with an RRP of $179.99, but with "early bird" discounts of $50 until January 18, 2023 and of $30 thereafter until February 1. 

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2024-01-14 (Update: 2024-01-14)