Urbanears Medis Earphones Stay Secure With New EarClick Technology

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Now this is something different. Traditionally earphones either sit on your ear or in your ear. Those in your ear are held in place with a variety of different methods using everything from foam covers to flanged plastic (the Etymotic hf2 use this method) or they are molded to your ear the way the are. Well Urbanears has taken a different approach and it looks rather intriguing.

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The new Urbanear Medis come in 12 colors and use an entirely new method to stay put once placed in your ear. As Urbanears explains-

What makes the Medis unique, apart from the number of color-ways, is how it sits in your ear. The Medis uses the patented EarClick solution to secure the earpiece at two separate points to the outer canal of your ear rather than one, relieving pressure to a nearly non-existent level while keeping it firmly in place. Meaning the days of uncomfortable in-ears that repeatedly fall out are over.

The Medis come with two Interchangeable pads in four sizes so you can find the perfect fit.

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The Full Press Release Follows…

In just six months the Stockholm, Sweden, based collective Urbanears has made a huge impact on the global market with their unique and multi-colored collection of headphones. Now it’s time to welcome a new product to the Urbanears family. The Medis is an unprecedented experience in ergonomics, functionality and design, taking the next step for the in-ear headphone.

What makes the Medis unique, apart from the number of color-ways, is how it sits in your ear. The Medis uses the patented EarClick solution to secure the earpiece at two separate points to the outer canal of your ear rather than one, relieving pressure to a nearly non-existent level while keeping it firmly in place. Meaning the days of uncomfortable in-ears that repeatedly fall out are over.

Like all Urbanears products, the Medis comes with a microphone and remote compatible with most devices from Nokia, Blackberry, HTC and iPhones using 3.5 mm standard. Giving it the additional function of a headset.

The Medis will be available this july in over 40 countries.
It comes in twelve colors and retails at $50 USD.
More info available at www.urbanears.com.

1 EarClick construction for ultimate comfort and fit. 2 Interchangeable pads in four sizes enclosed, guaranteeing a perfect fit. 3 15.4 mm handmade drivers. Frequency Response 20-20kHz • Impedance 32? • Sensitivity 94 dB • Max Input Power 50mW 4 120 cm / 47″ fabric cord. 5 3.5 mm stereo plug compatible with all music players using 3.5 mm standard. 5 Microphone and remote compatible with most devices from Nokia, Blackberry, HTC and iPhones using 3.5 mm standard.• One year premium replacement warranty.

Medis features the unique earclick patent securing its earpieces at two separate pressure points. This gives a snug fit at a much higher comfort while keeping the earpiece in place. For optimal fit and performance each Medis is delivered with four setups of pads in different sizes. Correctly fitted the earpiece sits very comfortably without falling out, withstanding a reasonable amount of applied force. Additionally, the Medis rests with a distance from the ear leaving your sense of balance unaffected making it perfect for sports.

Urbanears makes headphones that fit your everyday life. Based in Stockholm and launched in 2009, we supply the perfect listening device for anyone with a pocket full of music and a wish to make the most of it. Our models are designed to optimize sound and captivate self-aware customers by matching preferences in size, style, design, function and relation to music. Products are available in over 40 countries.
Urbanears in the new color in sound.

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Dan Cohen
Having a father who was heavily involved in early laser and fiber-optical research, Dan grew up surrounded by technology and gadgets. Dan’s father brought home one of the very first video games when he was young and Dan remembers seeing a “pre-release” touchtone phone. (When he asked his father what the “#” and “*” buttons were his dad said, “Some day, far in the future, we’ll have some use for them.”) Technology seemed to be in Dan’s blood but at some point he took a different path and ended up in the clergy. His passion for technology and gadgets never left him. Dan is married to Raina Goldberg who is also an avid user of Apple products. They live in New Jersey with their golden doodle Nava.