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Wireless Earbuds, Here One, 2016

This is a Wireless earbuds. It was designed by Doppler Labs and Jacob Palmborg. It is dated 2016. Its medium is injection-molded plastic, silicone.

Here One wireless earbuds amplify and enhance speech, and reduce background noise. They are designed for anyone who wants to hear better in noisy environments. Paired with a smartphone app, they can also be used to stream music and answer calls. By using a familiar earbud style, Here One is hoping for seamless adoption in the hearing aid market.

This object was donated by Doppler Labs. It is credited Gift of Doppler Labs, Inc..

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Its dimensions are

L x W x D (Case): 9.5 × 3.5 × 2.6 cm (3 3/4 in. × 1 3/8 in. × 1 in.) L x W x D (Buds, each): 1.8 × 2 × 2 cm (11/16 × 13/16 × 13/16 in.)

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