Kurdene S8 Bluetooth 5.2 Wireless Earbuds Are on Sale at $19.53 Now

Kurdene S8

Kurdene S8 Bluetooth 5.2 Wireless Earbuds are on sale now on Amazon. It takes up to $127.5 at $212.5 at this time. The Kurdene S8 delivers powerful bass (20Hz minimum), rounded mids, and clear highs (up to 20kHz). Powerful 8mm neodymium magnets and dynamic speakers deliver balanced audio and clarity for all music genres. Vividly reproduce every detail of the music.
The Kurdene wireless earbuds feature advanced Bluetooth 5.2 technology to give you an uninterrupted call and music experience with noise-cancelling. These bluetooth earphones pair as soon as they are removed from the charging case and automatically connect with the last paired device. Every surface that touches the ear is made of liquid silicone rather than hard plastic. Liquid silicone nozzles distribute pressure evenly over your ears for comfort, stability and passive noise reduction. Keeps you comfortable throughout the day and reduces fatigue. These wireless earbuds are IPX8 rated for sweat, water and rain resistance. There's nothing stopping you from running through a storm or hitting your new personal best at the gym.

More Features of this item

  • Adopt the latest Bluetooth 5.2 technology(2022)
  • Environmental Noise Cancelling for Clear Call
  • IPX8 Waterproof & Sweatproof
  • Long Lasting 38H Battery Life
  • Ultra Compact And Lightweight
  • Ergonomic Design

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Clint Gillingham

Clint Gillingham

A trained as a violin and keyboard-instrument maker. An innovative musician and recording artist. Clint is married to the concert violinist Stephanie and resides in New York City, where his other interests include astronomy, playing the harpsichord, bicycling and cooking. The idea of making instruments other than harpsichord was very interesting. Growing is an important word in the world of instrument making. My inspiration was the physicist who encouraged me to develop my own work and given my background working with two very different makers. And i love to present my work to others and share my experiences.

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