Go-Duet TWS Pods comes with a protective charging case with a display that charges the in-ear pods up to 5 times on a single charge
India’s digital accessories brand with a range of 50+ avant-garde products launched ‘FINGERS Go-Duet TWS Pods’, its first true wireless earbuds.
As per the press release: Go-Duet TWS Pods provides you with an incredible battery life of up to 30 hours — 5 hours on a single charge and an additional 25 hours charge in the bundled charging case. The handy case comes with a battery status display which allows the user to know how much battery is left before they head out.
Sporting intelligent auto-connect and easy to use functions, FINGERS Go-Duet has an extremely impressive design with a shining round ring on the earbuds. Its angular earbuds provide a secure fit against any fear of it falling down. In an elegant tiny frame, that occupies an inch of your pocket-space – Go-Duet TWS Pods is packed with high-quality sound, intuitive controls, intelligent voice assistant and is sweat resistant with an IPX5 rating.
Speaking at the launch, Mr Sandeep S Parasrampuria (Founder and CEO of FINGERS) stated, “We as product innovators have been witnessing a huge trend and demand for TWS earbuds since the beginning of the current year. I personally believe that today’s millennials are embracing the TWS technology wholeheartedly due to obvious advantages of complete freedom from wires and a new offering in technology. FINGERS Go-Duet TWS Pods will offer a distinct sound experience to the end-users with its perfect balance of fit and functionality.”
Go-Duet can be used as you desire either, as a dual earbud or a single earbud. From work to work out, it will always keep you going whether you are switching playlists or taking important calls using the convenient call controls.
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