There are hundreds of wireless earbuds to choose from, but few are as wild as these. The Tiger & Rose TWS Earbuds are designed with style in mind. Shaped like a panther, they’re funky and functional.
Inspired by a trip to Africa, Tiger & Rose’s CEO wanted something that made a statement without compromising performance. The TWS Earbuds are wireless Bluetooth 5 buds that are uniquely shaped and feature superior connectivity. They boast 30 hours of playtime and use touch controls. Tap once on the front of the earbud to play or pause your music, or double tap on the left bud to move on to the next song. Just double tap on the right side to switch back. Holding for a few seconds activates Siri.
The case for the earbuds features wireless charging with any QI-compatible mat or can connect to a USB-C port. Since the earbuds aren’t released yet, there is no word on how comfortable they are.
While the Tiger & Rose TWS Earbuds are certainly stylish and make quite a statement, it’ll be interesting to see how something so bulky functions. First shipments already started, so head to the website to order a pair and let us know what you think.
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