Blade AI True Wireless Sports Earphones with Heart Rate Sensor

Using A.I. fitness technology and heart rate sensor, the Blade true wireless sports earphones not only delivers your favorite music, but also give you real-time personalized voice coaching. Cool? Let’s continue checking.

Blade AI True Wireless Sports Earphones with Heart Rate Sensor

The Blade is a pair of advanced, AI powered sports earphones that measures 23 x 28 x 23mm each, and the custom battery case measures 85 x 55 x 33mm. As we can see from the images, the earbuds features an ultra compact and lightweight true wireless design. Meanwhile, the ergonomic design delivers a comfortable listening experience, and the Freebit C-shaped ear hooks guarantee a secure fit and passive noise isolation.

Blade AI True Wireless Sports Earphones with Heart Rate Sensor

The true wireless sports earbuds come equipped with 5.8mm neodymium drivers in order to reproduce high-quality stereo audio with rich bass and balanced mids and highs, while using Advanced Audio Coding (AAC), the earbuds delivers better sound quality than MP3 format at the same bite rate. Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity enables 2x faster data transfer speed and 4x range of data transmission.

More importantly, the true wireless sports earphones feature A.I. powered voice coaching that’s able to provide you real-time feedback and advice based on your motion data, reduce the risk of running injuries caused by incorrect running postures. Moreover, built-in heart rate sensor makes the motion data more accurate and detailed. The earphones are IP7 waterproof rated to withstand submersion in water up to 1 meter for 30 minutes. In addition, built-in MEMS microphone lets you make handsfree stereo calls. Using an included battery case, the Blade offers up to 96 hours of battery life, and the battery case is customizable using interchangeable leather covers.

The team behind the Blade is raising fund for the product on Indiegogo. We can pledge $129 to preorder the A.I true wireless sports earphones with heart rate sensor. The Blade will be shipped in October 2019.

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