Defunc launches TRUE GO innovative, true wireless earpod

Wireless earpods have become increasingly popular over the last few years. Defunc, a Swedish manufacturer of headphones, has launched its new innovative wireless earpods the “Defunc TRUE GO.” New true wireless earpods offer a better, more secure fit, better sound, improved comfort, and more color options.

The TRUE GO comes with MultiTip ergonomic design with curved silicon tips. A cone shape enables sound to travel further into the ear canal, offering more sound isolation and a more secure fit, thanks to the silicone coating.

It offers more sound isolation and a more secure fit
It offers more sound isolation and a more secure fit

These new earpods also features a touch control on the head part, allowing users to activate keyphone and computer functions with a simple tap. The microphone, placed in the hanging area of the TRUE GO, ensures improved voice pick up for a fully hands-free experience. Besides, each unit can be used separately while the other one is charging.

It equipped with the latest Bluetooth 5.0 to give stronger, more stable connections and will give you up to 14 hours of playback on a single charge. The earpod is able to charge from 0 -100% in only two hours via USB-C.

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TRUE GO key features
TRUE GO key features

Along with the great sound, feel, look, and IPX4 water resistance rating, these Defunc TRUE GO true wireless earpods are available in black, white, red, blue, and green. You can choose the one according to your style. The company is offering the TRUE GO with a premium microphone at an extremely affordable price of £49 in the UK, €49 in Europe, and $49 in the US to make it accessible to all.

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