We know you’ve got a trusty pair of buds, but they’re from 2018 and have seen some stuff. Time to upgrade with Urbanears Luma, which use Bluetooth 5.0 technology. Not just an in-ear experience, these wireless are perfect for anyone thanks to the silicone in-ear tips in three sizes, They offer five hours of unbothered beats per charge for those long trips, making it impossible to lose motivation at the gym. Run out of juice unexpectedly? The included charging case gives up to 25 hours of charge in case you need a jolt on the go. Speaking of being mobile, these buds are smarter than your average pair, since the wear-detect sensors will automatically pause music when removed from your ears and play when inserted, just in case you get a little too sweaty on that jog and things start to get slippery (or if you get caught in some inclement weather, in which case these are also IPX4 water resistant).
Get the Urbanears Luma True Wireless In-Ear Headphones, which also includes a wireless charging case, USB-C charging cable, quick start guide, and legal and safety manual, for $69.95 (Reg. $99).
Now that people are starting to get close to one another again, it’s time to reignite your love for the age-old tradition of throwing in your earbuds and ignoring every single being that tries to spark up a conversation. that said, without the proper equipment (AKA a solid pair of earbuds), it could be really difficult to use the “I’m on a phone call” excuse to avoid small talk. Grab the Urbanears Luma True Wireless In-Ear Headphones to alleviate this problem.
Speaking of running away from your problems, your mother in law called, and she really needs to let you know your parter could have done better with their junior prom date…again. Give her the clearest of platforms with the noise-filtering dual microphones on each earbud. These are also perfect for practical things like business calls, a catch up with your best buds, or to wait on hold for 45 minutes with your bank’s customer service department (we know it definitely wasn’t you who made all those Amazon purchases, we know).