Normal has unveiled a new range of 3D printed headphones this week that can be customised to perfectly fit the shape of an individual’s ear.
The Normal 3D printed headphones are the creation of former Quirky executive, Nikki Kaufman and offer users a very unique service by making sure the headphones they purchase fit their unique ear shape.
To customise the headphones to an individuals ears the company asks customers to download a companion application that is available for both Android and iOS and take photographs using a coin as a scale and reference point.
The Normal headphones have been designed to work with any smartphone and come with a three-button controller that allows users to play, pause, answer calls or adjust the volume with ease. Normal explains on their website :
“In general, leakage is never good. Especially when it comes to sound. A proper fit helps every single note go directly into your sound craters. No noise left behind! Without giving away secrets, we use nerdalicious software and 3D printing to sculpt each one-of-a-kind pair.”
Customers can also customise the length and colour of their cables as well as the colour of the 3D printed headphone components to suit their style and tastes. For more information on the very unique Normal 3D printed headphones jump over to the Normal website for full details and to order yourself a pair for $199.
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