Marshall has been making a name for themselves in the consumer audio space and if you’re looking for a pair of true wireless earbuds, then you might be interested to learn that the company has since announced their new Mode II true wireless in-ear earbuds, although they don’t necessarily come cheap.

Priced at $179, the Mode II earbuds boasts 25 hours of playback time, a charging case, customizable EQ, and also adjustable ear tips that will make the earbuds sit better in a variety of different ears. They feature 6mm drivers and have a frequency response range of 20Hz to 20kHz, plus they’re also incredibly light with each earbud weighing in at just under 5 grams.

They have also been designed with an IPX4 rating meaning that it is water-resistant to a certain degree, which makes them great if you need to use them while you’re working out, but they definitely should not be worn while you’re taking a swim. The earbuds are also rather simplistic in terms of design, which is great if you don’t really want anything that stands out too much.

If these sound like the pair of true wireless earbuds for you, then do take note that Marshall will be making them available for purchase on the 18th of March, but pre-orders are already open so you can go ahead and pre-order them now.

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