Nothing Ear Stick launched for ₹8,499 in India: Here’s how it’s different from Ear 1

By G. S. Vasan | Published 26 Oct 2022 21:31 IST
HIGHLIGHTS
  • Nothing Ear Stick price in India is ₹8,499.

  • You can buy Nothing Ear Stick from Flipkart and Myntra.

  • Here are the Nothing Ear Stick specifications and other details.

Nothing Ear Stick launched for ₹8,499 in India: Here’s how it’s different from Ear 1
Nothing Ear Stick design

Nothing has launched the Ear Stick in India and global markets. In the country, the new Nothing TWS costs ₹8,499 while, Ear 1 is currently available for ₹7,299. The newcomer claims to run for 29 hours while the Ear 1 is rated to run for 34 hours. So, besides the difference in money and mileage, let’s see what else is different between the two earphones.

Nothing Ear Stick vs Nothing Ear 1

Nothing Ear Stick vs Ear 1

Ear 1 (Left) vs Ear Stick (Right)

Nothing Ear Stick packs in a 12.6mm driver while Ear 1 has an 11.6mm driver. There is no ANC (Active Noise Cancellation) through Ear 1 does have it.

Compared to the IPX4 rating on the Ear 1, the Stick does offer IP54 certification for dust and water resistance.

It also gets controls, but you interact with presses rather than simple touches (like Ear 1) for music, volume controls, and a phone assistant.

What’s present on both earbuds is Clear Voice Technology which is said to employ 3 mics to fend off wind and crowd noises during calls. There is also the Bass Lock that boasts a dynamic bass output based on your environment.

On the other hand, aptX codec support which was missing on Ear 1 is absent here too.

Nothing Ear Stick Price and Availability

Nothing Ear Stick

The Ear Stick's case is cylindrical, transparent and opens with a twist.

You can grab the Nothing Ear Stick at ₹8,499 from Myntra and Flipkart starting November 4. However, from October 28 onwards, the company will be making limited drops of the device. In case you are interested in the device, you can pre-order it beginning today.

The sole color option is white at the moment. Maybe, it will get more variants in the future. 

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