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Huawei FreeClip are here

Huawei FreeClip are here

For years, the audio community has been divided over open-ear earbuds. While they offer a refreshing alternative to in-ear designs that dominate the market, they’ve often been criticised for discomfort and inconvenience. Addressing these concerns head-on, Huawei introduces the FreeClip, now available in South Africa. This innovative earbud promises to redefine comfort with its unique C-bridge design.

The Journey to Innovation: C-bridge Design Unveiled

Huawei’s commitment to user-centric design is evident in the FreeClip, which took three years of meticulous development to perfect. The result is the revolutionary C-bridge design, a harmonious blend of style, comfort, and cutting-edge engineering.

A Fashion Statement Meets Comfort

Part of Huawei’s latest fashion forward direction, the FreeClip isn’t just an audio device—it’s a fashion accessory. Available in iridescent purple and minimalist-chic black, this clip-on design is both stylish and functional.

Engineering for Ergonomic Comfort

The C-bridge design is the product of extensive research, incorporating data from over 10 000 ears worldwide. Made with high-performance nickel-titanium (Ni-Ti) shape memory alloy, the earbuds weigh just 5.6 grams each. The design also features an acoustic ball and comfort bean, which work together to distribute pressure evenly across the ear, minimising discomfort, according to Huawei.

Elevating the Open-Ear Audio Experience

The FreeClip addresses the common shortcomings of open-ear earbuds with its optimised audio architecture. The C-bridge design positions the comfort bean and acoustic ball at an angle of 11.4°, ensuring a snug fit along the curvature of the ear. This alignment, combined with a dual-magnet high-sensitivity driver unit and reverse sound waves system, delivers superior sound clarity, resonance, and reduced sound leakage.

Convenience Meets Performance

Beyond comfort and audio quality, the FreeClip offers an array of features designed for convenience and durability. With a 36-hour battery life, touch gesture controls, and triple call noise reduction, it’s a versatile companion for daily use. Plus, its IP54 water, dust, and sweat resistance makes it perfect for active lifestyles.

Experience the Freedom of Sound and Style

The Huawei FreeClip isn’t just another pair of earbuds—it’s a game-changer, says Huawei. Designed for users who demand both functionality and style, it’s the perfect accessory for any occasion, whether you’re at the gym, the office, or out and about.

Pricing and Availability

Get your hands on the Huawei FreeClip from Vodacom for R189 a month for 24 months or R129 a month for 36 months. Alternatively, visit the Huawei online store to purchase yours for R3,999.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Clare Petra Matthes

Hi, I'm Clare and I am a freelance writer and Tech journalist as well as the owner and founder of gadget-gal.com where I review tech devices and also cover emerging technology news. Outside of gadget-gal.com I write for a number of publications and have regular tech slots on chaiFM radio station and eNCA's Tech Matters national breakfast TV news show.

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