Wireless earphones have been getting smaller and more popular, even Beats has joined the wireless party recently. But they're still not what we want. They still aren't small enough to be totally cable free, until now, thanks to Earin.

The Earin earbuds, as they're called, are so small each one fits discreetly into the user's ears. They use Bluetooth to connect to a device meaning they should stream audio clearly and pair easily.

Created by former Nokia and Sony Ericsson engineers they claim the Earin buds offer crisp treble and deep bass thanks to balanced armature speakers. Earin buds are built to be totally minimalist purely for offering the best listening experience. That means no lights, no microphones and no sensors.

High-density rechargeable batteries and Bluetooth BlueCore5 with aptX are used to offer a maximum of 3 hours listening time. But thanks to the capsule charging case that time can be doubled.

Earin is currently a Kickstarter project that's smashing its £179,000 goal with a total of £389,127 so far. Get yourself a pair for £119 (the £79 early-bird offers are all gone) and they should be out by January 2015.

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