1. Nothing and the hype!
I personally love the design and I hope to give it a try myself and see if it’s worth the hype because this thing really got hyped up by the media all over the internet.
2. Cool design
Nothing Ear 1 is very lightweight and that is one of its very many unique features.
3. Looks like a Makeup kit LOL!
Nothing Ear 1’s casing looks like a makeup kit – or am I overthinking it? Let’s get creative with this thing.
4. Small and lightweight
The Nothing Ear 1 has Active noise cancellation despite its mid-range price point. It might not be the best earbuds out there but its audio drivers are definitely killing it.
5. Nothing Ear 1.
The Nothing Ear 1 TWS earbud is very simple and unique in every sense. While it might easily get lost in the ocean of innumerable TWS earbuds, I think it’ll still serve its purpose while it’s got the hype.
6. Looks like an AirPods Pro
It also looks like the OnePlus Buds Z earbuds in some ways though.
7. Don’t you like this?
The transparent design of the Nothing Ear 1 matches well enough with the earbuds themselves which might be cool to some and not others. But the deliberate design is meant to probably gather a new audience just like OnePlus did in its early days.
8. Fits right well into the pocket
The Nothing Ear 1 transparent can barely fit well in your pocket compared to other smaller earbuds like the Pixel Buds 2 or even the Galaxy Buds2 or the AirPods 2 casing as well.
9. Still a great design
Did I stress it enough that the design is quite interesting. Take the flat shortened stem as an example and its symmetry when you put them on.
10. Interchangeable ear tips
The design of the ear tips looks similar to that of the AirPods Pro in a very good way. It has these changeable ear tips that can be swapped out for another in a minute.
Still on the fitting, the design signature looks like it’s from the future. While its pretty lightweight, the transparent look kind of gave it the look and feel of a metallic build.
12. Still unique
The unique design of the Nothing Ear 1 is very well pronounced and that comes at a price of course.