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Bose created the ideal earphones for those who have trouble sleeping. For only $250, you can get the Sleepbuds that can mask all the noises around you, allowing to have a peaceful sleep. After producing several pairs and successfully testing them, the company will now release these unique earphones that aren’t meant for listening to music.
The Sleepbuds are noise-masking earphones
With the Sleepbuds, Bose created the smallest earphones it has ever produced. They measure one centimeter both in length and in width, and are extremely light, weighing only 1.4 grams. Since they should help you sleep, it means you have to wear them after you get in bed. Therefore, Bose made them light and easy to fit in the ears.
Of course, the Sleepbuds are wireless, so you need to charge them before using. The process is simple, as the buds come with rechargeable batteries you can remove and then reattach. After one charge, they should work perfectly for 16 hours, just enough to keep you sleeping for two nights.
How should the Sleepbuds help you sleep?
Unlike other earphones, they don’t have noise cancellation properties. You should still hear your alarm early in the morning, so such an option wasn’t suitable for the Sleepbuds. Instead, they offer sound masking. This means you won’t hear disturbing sounds, as the earphones will play soothing noises to help you fall asleep.
These noises are stored right on the earphones, but you can transfer them to other devices with the help of a special app and a Bluetooth connection. The buds offer you ten sounds you can choose from and, by using the app, you can choose how long you want them to play. These will mask all the other disturbing sounds coming from outside.
However, the Sleepbuds come with one disadvantage. They can only store these sounds, and you cannot transfer other audio files to them. This means they don’t work like regular earphones and you cannot use them to listen to music.
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