Reviewing the Nothing Ear Stick, a set of true wireless earbuds that offer a different experience to the Ear 1. This unboxing and one-week review shows off the Nothing Ear Stick’s best features and fingers the pain points, including a lack of ANC and wireless charging. Still, with a UK price of £99, you’re getting a unique true wireless listening experience!
The main difference with the Nothing Ear Stick vs the Ear 1 is that design. These earbuds don’t lodge firmly in your lugs, but instead sit comfortably outside, so you don’t get that claustrophobic feeling. Awareness is increased, although that also means you can’t filter out external din. There’s no active noise cancellation here, so podcasts and audio books are drowned out in loud environments.
The Nothing Ear Stick 1 does boast respectable battery life, up to 7 hours on a single charge. That carry case is adorable and offers three full recharges, although it’s not as compact as some rivals.
Mic quality is great and overall the Nothing Ear Stick true wireless earbuds will suit anyone who wants a comfortable not-quite-in-ear experience. Check out my unboxing and verdict on the Nothing Phone 1 for more techy shenanigans!
Nothing Ear Stick Review Chapters:
0:00 – Banging on a bit
0:40 – Unboxing
1:27 – The review bit
1:46 – Carry case
3:29 – Design
5:31 – App and features
7:50 – ANC (or lack of)
9:21 – Audio quality
10:08 – Mic test
10:35 – Battery life
11:49 – Verdict
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