If you are in market for a TWS earbuds and not a hater of the stem design, and also want to feel less guilty about purchase, eco-speaking, then The House of Marley Redemption ANC Earbuds should right up your alley.

This is the second true wireless earbuds from the company following the Liberate Air and the brand’s first active noise cancellation wireless earbuds.

The House of Marley Redemption ANC Earbuds

As usual, “earth-friendly” materials are used in the making of this pair of audio earbuds, including the obvious bamboo and the less obvious recycled REGRIND silicone made from post-consumer waste.

The case is made from combining wood derivatives such as sawdust with plastic fibers to achieve a durable, wood fiber composite.

Key notables include ANC with ambient mode feature, four-microphone technology with stereo voice clear communications, IPX4 rated for sweat proof and weather-resistant design, touch controls on earbud, and Bluetooth 5.0.

The earbuds comes has a 5-hour battery life and up to 20 hours with the included charging case – with ANC activated.

The House of Marley Redemption ANC Earbuds

The battery recharges via USB Type-C port and it supports quick charge that could get you 2 hours of playtime with just 15 minutes charge.

The House of Marley Redemption ANC Earbuds can be had for $199.99 from TheHouseofMarley.com. There’s promo video below if you are interested.

Images: The House of Marley.

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