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Ears On With SonoFit Eers Custom-Molded Headphones [Review]

Custom molded headphones are — it turns out — pretty great. But what a pain to visit an audiologist and get silicone injected into your ear-holes. What if there was a fun, geeky way to do it yourself, in the comfort of your own home? Thanks to SonoFit Eers, there is. I tested out the [...] Related Stories DBest’s Mini Bluetooth Speakers: Tiny Sound Grenades [Review] Logitech’s Solar-Po
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Sculpted Eers fills ears with silicon, molds custom-molded headphones in four minutes flat (ears-on)

Technology / Gadgets : Engadget (4 years ago)

We've actually seen custom fit headphones before, but we figured something cheaper would rise up in the future. Here at CES, we stumbled upon what Sonomax is calling Sculpted Eers. Starting at $199, this one-time-use, do-it-yourself... Read Post

Geeky Custom Ornaments and Earrings

Technology : Walyou (3 years ago)

One of the best ways to express your personality is through fashion accessories. If you are a geek who likes to express yourself through the accessories you choose, you would certainly find these geeky earrings and other jewelries d... Read Post

Normal’s $199 3D-printed earphones are custom-built based on photos you take of your own ears

Technology : The Next Web Blog (5 months ago)

Hardware startup Normal today launched (US-only) its line of custom 3D-printed earphones that you order using an app to take photos of your ear. Finding a comfortable pair of one-size-fits-all earphones is a difficult task. Headphon... Read Post


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