Nothing today released its second true wireless earphones ——Nothing Ear (Stick). The earbuds use a semi-in-ear design, a 12.6mm drive unit, and a total battery life of 29 hours with the charging case. The cylindrical charging case design is inspired by lipstick and is also transparent when not in use to showcase the earbuds.
Nothing Ear (Stick) does not support ANC function, but provides clear voice technology. The technology uses 3 microphones on each earbud to reduce outside wind and other people’s voices during calls. The earbuds support touch functionality and can be used for play/pause, song switching, voice assistant and volume control.
Nothing Ear (Stick) also supports Bass Lock, which dynamically adjusts the bass according to the surrounding environment. The earbuds are IP54 water and dust resistant. The earbuds can play music for 7 hours on a single full charge, which can be extended to 29 hours when used with the charging case, and supports quick pairing with Android devices. Nothing claims that the Nothing Ear (Stick) can be worn all day thanks to its ergonomic design.
The Nothing Ear (Stick) has several special features when paired with the Nothing Phone (1). Includes customizable gesture controls, EQ settings adjustment and Find My Earbuds functionality. Other Android and iOS devices need to download the Nothing X APP to use the above functions.
Nothing Ear (Stick) is priced at $99 (same original MSRP as Nothing Ear (1), though the latter recently increased by 50% to $150).
Nothing Ear (Stick) will be available in more than 40 countries via nothing.tech and partner retailers on November 4th, with Nothing offering 10% off early buyers.