Nothing Ear (stick) Officially Confirmed to be Available Via Myntra Ahead of October 26 Launch

The company’s India General Manager Manu Sharma said that all products part of Nothing’s audio category will be available on Myntra.

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Nothing is gearing up for the launch of new TWS earbuds in India. The company has confirmed the global launch of the Nothing Ear (stick), which will also debut in India on October 26. The Ear (stick) is a modified version of the Ear (1), which was launched as the first product from the company in 2021. The stick version of Nothing’s TWS gets a new case with some colour accents. Ahead of the official launch, Nothing has confirmed that the Ear (stick) will be available for purchase in India via Myntra.

The company has been selling its products, including the Phone (1) 5G, via Flipkart. Myntra will be the second e-commerce platform where the Nothing TWS will be available for purchase. Nothing has confirmed that the Ear (stick) will be available for purchase via Myntra and Flipkart on October 26 in India.

It is worth noting that Myntra was bought by Flipkart in 2014. Myntra continues to function as an independent, separate app and focuses on providing consumers with a variety of fashion and lifestyle products. The e-commerce website also offers some consumer tech products, which are also widely available on other platforms. For Nothing, the availability of its products on Myntra would mean better exposure along with a better reach to a large set of consumers.

The company’s India General Manager Manu Sharma said that all products part of Nothing’s audio category will be available on Myntra. This means that the Phone (1) 5G will continue to remain available for purchase exclusively via Flipkart.

What Do We Know About the Nothing Ear (stick)?

The company has confirmed some details of its new TWS. The earbuds will feature a half-in-ear design which is a change compared to last year’s Ear (1). They also weigh about 4.4grams and continue to sport a semi-transparent design. Nothing claims that the earbuds offer “supreme comfort” along with “exceptional sound.”

The case has received a major redesign and is now cylindrical in shape. Its rotating cover has a transparent design, whereas the base is white in colour. The right corner of the charging case is painted red. It is likely to pack a 350mAh battery. The earbuds, on the other hand, are each likely to pack a 36mAh battery. The earbuds are also likely to feature an IP54 rating for splash and dust resistance.

The Ear (stick) could be missing out on some of the features found in the Ear (1). Nothing will reveal more details about the pricing and features of its new TWS on October 26. The company recently confirmed that Ear (1)’s price will increase to $149 (roughly Rs 12,400), as opposed to the launch price of $99 (roughly Rs 8,300). The TWS is available in India for Rs 8,399 on Flipkart, whereas the White variant can be bought for Rs 7,199.

The Ear (stick) could be priced slightly lower than the Ear (1). They were spotted on Amazon in July for €99 (roughly Rs 8,200). We can expect the stick variant to be priced at around Rs 6,000 in India. What do you think will be the price of the new Ear (stick)? Let us know in the comments below.