Nothing Year (1) will be available in India on August 31 at 12PM on Flipkart. It is priced at Rs 5,999, but customers can avail a flat discount of Rs 500 with ICICI Bank credit cards.
Nothing 1 Ear next sale on August 31
Carl Pai’s new venture Nothing Year 1 will once again be available for sale. Its sale will be from August 31. The Year 1 true wireless earbuds were available for pre-order only last week, but were out of stock within just two minutes. Nothing Year 1 can be bought again on August 31 at 12 noon on Flipkart. Last week, Nothing Year 1 was introduced with some launch offers including an instant discount of Rs 500 on ICICI Bank credit cards.
During this, customers were also getting 6 months free streaming of Gaana Plus Music Streaming here. Truly Wireless Earbuds are getting a very strong response from the customers. After the sale, Carl Pie tweeted that he had sold 4800 units of it within just 2 minutes.
The company said in a statement that, due to high demand, the company is working hard on it. We are very happy with the way we have got such a good response in the first place. We would like to thank the customers here for this. We want to tell you that we are working hard for this high demand.
Let us tell you that at this price, Nothing Year 1 is a great deal for you. 5999, you can compete with the buds in the range of 10,000. Its specialty is its transparent design. If we talk about some other highlights, then you get an 11.6mm driver which comes with active noise cancellation.
The company says that in this, you get 34 hours of battery with the charging case. The biggest feature of the Nothing 1 Year is its transparent design, which makes it different from others. In this you get clear voice. It works even when the wind is at a speed of 40 kmph.
Nothing Year 1 comes with a dedicated mobile app that is available for Android and iOS users. Users can locate the earbuds at home using Find My Earbuds here.
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