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Nothing Ear (1)

Nothing Ear (1)
alaScore 99

26 reviews

Oct, 2021

alaTest has collected and analyzed 26 reviews of Nothing Ear (1). The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Headphones for all reviews. Reviews about the reliability and comfort are overall positive. The price and design are also appreciated. There are some negative opinions about the bass quality and mids quality, while there are some mixed opinions about the noise isolation.

sound, design, price, comfort, reliability

durability, mids quality, bass quality

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Nothing Ear (1) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 99/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 26 reviews)

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Expert review by : Chris Welch (theverge.com)

Nothing Ear 1 earbuds review: almost something

 

Standout design and noise cancellation for $99.

Unique transparent design ; Lots of features for $99 ; Comfortable and light

Buggy performance ; So-so noise cancellation and ambient sound modes ; Limited control customization

The Nothing Ear 1 earbuds bundle together features like active noise cancellation, wireless charging, and more for an appealing $99 price. They also have a unique, partially transparent design that lets you see their internal components.

Jul, 2021

Expert review by : Tim Gideon Will Greenwald Tim Gideon Will Greenwal (pcmag.com)

Nothing Ear (1) Review

 

Nothing's Ear (1) true wireless earphones are one of the most visually interesting pairs on the market, and back up their good looks with solid audio performance and above-average noise cancellation for an affordable price.

Few EQ controls ; Battery life is weak when using noise cancellation

Jul, 2021

Expert review by : Shubham Agarwal (laptopmag.com)

The Nothing Ear 1 are the budget noise-canceling earbuds to beat

 

The Nothing Ear 1 offer just about everything you need in a pair of true wireless earbuds for $100. How well do they perform in real-life use?

Long-lasting battery ; Balanced sound ; Affordable ; Unique design ; Comfortable and lightweight buds ; Above-average noise cancellation

Impractical case design ; Limited companion app ; Buggy mic performance ; No voice assistant support

Nothing claims to have fixed a lot of issues that plagued its Ear 1 earbuds at launch. In this long-term review, we try to find out whether the Nothing Ear 1 are now the budget noise-cancelling earbuds to beat.

Sep, 2021

Expert review by : Jason England (laptopmag.com)

Nothing ear (1) review: First-generation product with promise

 

Can Nothing ear (1) live up to the hype?

Incredible sound quality ; Great ANC ; Crystal-clear call quality ; Responsive touch controls ; Impressive Bluetooth 5.2 range ; Easy-to-use app ; Prompt customer support

Divisive design ; Average battery life ; Limited EQ customizability

The Nothing ear (1) screams "first generation product," for better and for worse. The striking transparent design is divisive and the battery life is average, but with impeccable sound and stellar call quality, Nothing is on the right track.

Jul, 2021

Expert review by : Preslav Kateliev (phonearena.com)

Nothing Ear (1) review: you get what you pay for?

 

The Nothing Ear (1) earbuds cost $100 and they sound about as good as you imagine they could. They are definitely not a bad purchase at that price, but adding $50 might get you a better set of earbuds.

Good fit and feel ; Sound quality and noise cancelation is good for price ; Touch controls are extremely responsive ; Good battery life

Case is bulky and putting the buds in is finnicky ; No custom EQ ; Mis-touches when adjusting the earbuds are inevitable

Sep, 2021

Expert review by : James Archer (tomsguide.com)

Nothing Ear (1) review: A clear winner

 

The Nothing Ear (1)'s transparent design will grab your attention, but it's the comfy fit, balanced sound, useful features and low price that will hold it.

Interesting design ; Great sound ; ANC with Transparency mode ; Affordable

Weak battery life ; Not the most secure fit

The Ear (1) sounds better than the average entry-level buds, while having an awful lot more features, and is drastically more affordable than its noise-cancelling peers. The short battery life and loose fit mean we’d like a refined follow-up even more,...

Jul, 2021

Expert review by : Ketan-Pratap (indiatoday)

Nothing ear (1) review: Everything you wanted and nothing you have seen before

 

ear (1) is the start of a new chapter for Nothing, and hopefully, we will see more products coming from the all-new venture of Carl Pei. Priced at Rs 5,999, the truly wireless earbuds offer plenty of features, but is it worth the price? India Today...

Unique transparent design ; Snug fit ; Value for money

Unclear if the case hinge has better long-term durability ; No gaming mode

Jul, 2021

Expert review by (gizmodo.com)

Nothing's Overhyped Earbuds Are Actually Extremely Good

 

The Ear (1) offers a slew of premium features for $99.

Jul, 2021

Expert review by : Damien Wilde (9to5google.com)

Nothing ear (1) hands-on: There’s definitely something here [Video]

 

With a huge hype train comes the expectation that a product will deliver. There's no denying that Carl Pei's latest venture will have to live up to a lot of scrutiny over the coming months (and potentially years), but with the launch of the first...

Jul, 2021

Expert review by : Brian Heater (techcrunch.com)

Nothing Ear (1) review

 

It's always exciting to see a new company enter the consumer hardware space — and deliver a solid first product out of the game.

Jul, 2021

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