World’s first wireless earbuds that charge with your phone

Budz wireless earphones

Boy I always wanted wireless earphones, but somehow never had them. Probably I’m a bit too lazy to charge them or have the fear that they will fall right out of my ears while travelling, losing them forever. That could be about to change as world’s smallest wireless earbuds that can be charged through the phone have landed on Kickstarter and amassed a colossal funding amount. Man, that sounds so exciting, and I hope the earbuds too sound amazing.

Budz wireless earphones

Pugz earphones can be charged as you listen to music and when the battery goes to the full brim you can enjoy wireless music playback. So, technically you could be listening to music forever and not worry about the wireless earphone’s battery dying out.

You could listen to them forever without needing to unplug and charge

The sweat-proof earbuds come with a new kind of self-guiding magnetic connector called The Squircle that can be detached when no charging is needed. Not only the phone, but you can charge it via the traditional methods using your PC. When you are not listening to music you can hang them in style to your neck with courtesy self-magnets on the cord.

Budz wireless earphones

You can connect Pugz to your computer, portable music player or other mobile devices with Bluetooth connectivity. As for the sound, the earbuds have a rich bass response, minimal harmonic distortion and have frequency range of 8Hz – 28 KHz and the response bandwidth of 8-28000 Hz Impedance.

The earbuds play for 4.5 hours non-stop before needing a recharge and are compatible with all Android, iOS and Windows powered phones/tablets/phablet. These earbuds had an initial pledge amount of $99 but that is gone and now $119 is the minimum pledge to get them. Damn these wireless earbuds are going to be so cool and if you wait till the retail version arrives the price is expected at $199 for a pair of Pugz.

Budz wireless earphones

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