Earfun 1st anniversary celebration continues with new deals


Chinese brand Earfun is currently celebrating their 1st anniversary and that of course means some major promo events and happenings for the fans. We have already covered some first offers in the event featuring their TWS earbuds Earfun Free in lucky draw event and flash sales, but today we can move on to the following part of the celebrations. It’s time to pick up some 2 + 1 free products ! Specifically two great Earfun UBOOM speakers and enjoy earphones or headphones for free. So first let’s take a look at the UBOOM itself.

Earfun UBOOM is a portable wireless Bluetooth speaker offering 360° Surround Sound, thanks to the dual 45 mm drivers and dual passive radiators with full 2 x 12W of power and advanced DSP algorithm. You can also choose from two modes for listening, the indoor mode for powerful bass and outdoor for focus on the louder volume. The speaker has Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity with support for stuff like Amazon Echo or Amazon Dot and in the TWS fashion you can ideally pair up two of them for the real stereo. Equipped with 2200 mAh battery the speaker can last up to 16 hours and with built-in microphones you can also enjoy voice assistants like Siri or Google Now. And with the IPX7 waterproof certification you don’t have to be scared to even take it outdoors to the beach or poolside.

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And now you have the chance to pick up the full stereo set of Earfun UBOOM speakers, because if you buy two pieces of UBOOM for $59.99 each ($119.98 total then) you will be getting either Earfun Free wireless earbuds or Earfun Wave wireless headphones depending on your choice. Available both on Amazon and official store up until October 31st, so if you are looking to enhance your collection of great audio gadgets, now it’s the time. More information about all the promos including this one is on the official Earfun 1st anniversary website.

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