Fairbuds noise-canceling earbuds have an easily replaceable battery

Ultra Repairable Fairphone 5 Makers of Fairphone have introduced a pair of wireless earbuds that are easily repairable. Instead of throwing away your earbuds when the batteries are out eventually dieFairphones New Fairbuds Allow the batteries inside the buds and their charging case to be replaced.

In addition to replacing batteries, you can repair or replace the left or right earbud, silicone ring, earbud tips, charging case outer shell and charging case core. New buds come with a standard two-year warranty, but you can add an extra year if you register them online.

These earbuds aren't meant to be thrown away (or stuffed in a drawer) after a few years.
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Like your typical wireless earbuds, the Fairbuds have touch controls for volume and playback, and six hours of battery life without a case (or 20 hours with it). They come with 11mm titanium-coated drivers, active noise cancellation, IP54 sweat and water resistance, dual-point connection and environmental noise cancellation. There's also a dedicated Fairbuds app to adjust your sound settings.

The batteries in wireless earbuds only last a few years, though Very difficult to repair And change. This means millions of earbuds from Apple, Samsung, JBL and other companies Eventually a landmass winds up People choose to replace them rather than go through the tedious DIY repair process.

The new Fairbuds aren't the first to be used on Fairphone earbuds — but they're far more repairable than its previous iteration. In 2021, the Fairphone was introduced Fairbuds True Wireless Stereo Earbuds, made from recycled plastic. However, you can only replace certain components of the Fairbuds TWS buds, including the battery. Fairphone has released the Fairbuds XL – a pair of modular over-ear headphones that allow for easy swapping of its components.

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Fairbuds It's currently available in Europe for just €149 (about $162) and is available in white and black. Hopefully they'll come to the U.S. soon, and could help prove to tech big that wireless earbuds are repairable.

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