• Earin M-2
  • Earin M-2
  • Earin M-2
  • Earin M-2
  • Earin M-2

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Specification

Overview
Type In-Ear
Playback Control Yes
Brand Earin
Warranty 12 months
Size 2.4 x 1.5 cm (0.9 x 0.6 in)
Weight 56 grams
(1.98 ounces)

Critic Reviews


TrustedReviews

Great sound from these tiny true wireless in-ears, but they're not without a few issues

from TrustedReviews

Priced at £219, they cost more than the Apple AirPods and Sony’s WF-1000X, which is still one of the better true wireless in-ears. Nevertheless, the features are clever and useful, especially if you like tweaking the sound to your liking. And their minimalist design is pleasing, even if they’ll be buried in your ear most of the time.

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Priced at £219, they cost more than the Apple AirPods and Sony’s WF-1000X, which is still one of the better true wireless in-ears. Nevertheless, the features are clever and useful, especially if you like tweaking the sound to your liking. And their minimalist design is pleasing, even if they’ll be buried in your ear most of the time.

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Stuff

True wireless earphones with unusual smarts

from Stuff

The Earin M-2 are some of the better-sounding true wireless earphones you can buy. They are also among the best-looking, most comfortable and tech-packed. However, all that tech leaves too many ways for these earphones to trip up. Which they do, quit often. Basic wireless signal may be solid, but...More

The Earin M-2 are some of the better-sounding true wireless earphones you can buy. They are also among the best-looking, most comfortable and tech-packed. However, all that tech leaves too many ways for these earphones to trip up. Which they do, quit often. Basic wireless signal may be solid, but there are just too many opportunities for the auto-pausing and inter-earpiece communication to get on your nerves.

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TechRadar

An end-Earin’ pair of buds

from TechRadar

The Earin M-2s are a fantastic set of true wireless earbuds, with an attractive design and high-quality sound. Unfortunately, however, they come at a high cost, and you can get equally good earbuds for less.

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The Earin M-2s are a fantastic set of true wireless earbuds, with an attractive design and high-quality sound. Unfortunately, however, they come at a high cost, and you can get equally good earbuds for less.

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PC Magazine

Earn points for style but are overpriced when it comes to everything else

from PC Magazine

While they have an undoubtedly attractive design, they offer merely average audio performance for the price. If you have $250 to spend on wire-free earphones, there are plenty of stronger options to choose from.

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While they have an undoubtedly attractive design, they offer merely average audio performance for the price. If you have $250 to spend on wire-free earphones, there are plenty of stronger options to choose from.

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HardwareZone

Tiny and sleek

from HardwareZone

The Earin M-2 is a good pair true wireless earbuds if you're looking for casual audio listening. It performs well for most genres of music and manages to provide decent bass for true wireless earbuds, something that's not easy to do. 

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The Earin M-2 is a good pair true wireless earbuds if you're looking for casual audio listening. It performs well for most genres of music and manages to provide decent bass for true wireless earbuds, something that's not easy to do. 

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AndroidPIT

Almost perfect

from AndroidPIT

The compact transport case, the small size and the technology used to connect with the earpieces to the smartphone and to one another justify the high price. Combine that with a satisfying audio experience and you have great, reliable true wireless headphones.

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The compact transport case, the small size and the technology used to connect with the earpieces to the smartphone and to one another justify the high price. Combine that with a satisfying audio experience and you have great, reliable true wireless headphones.

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GeekSpin

They sound incredible for their category and are extremely comfortable

from GeekSpin

The Earin M-2’s sound a lot better than Apple’s AirPods and most other wireless earbuds on the market. They are also amongst the tiniest, most comfortable, and most well designed wireless earbuds on the market.

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The Earin M-2’s sound a lot better than Apple’s AirPods and most other wireless earbuds on the market. They are also amongst the tiniest, most comfortable, and most well designed wireless earbuds on the market.

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Phone Scoop

Focus on offering the best music and call quality

from Phone Scoop

The Earin M-2 are a bit unique. They target a specific segment of the market — those who are interested only in a good music and voice experience. Although the M-2s rate IP52 and can handle some sweat, fitness buffs who want a workout buddy need not apply. These small earbuds are among the tini...More

The Earin M-2 are a bit unique. They target a specific segment of the market — those who are interested only in a good music and voice experience. Although the M-2s rate IP52 and can handle some sweat, fitness buffs who want a workout buddy need not apply. These small earbuds are among the tiniest in the market, which makes them comfortable and easy to wear.

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Android Police

Great sounding low-latency earbuds, but not without a few compromises

from Android Police

The Earin M–2 earbuds are far from perfect, however, as they aren’t much good for making phone calls, they suffer from worse than advertised — and worse than their rivals — battery life, and will occasionally bug out requiring a reset. There’s certainly a trade-off for the incredibly sm...More

The Earin M–2 earbuds are far from perfect, however, as they aren’t much good for making phone calls, they suffer from worse than advertised — and worse than their rivals — battery life, and will occasionally bug out requiring a reset. There’s certainly a trade-off for the incredibly small form factor, and that seems to be lack of longevity and insufficient microphones.

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Sound Guys

Could almost pass as jewelery

from Sound Guys

If you want a handsome pair of true wireless earbuds include plenty of user-friendly features, get these before they're sold out again.

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If you want a handsome pair of true wireless earbuds include plenty of user-friendly features, get these before they're sold out again.

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