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You Can Now Get Customized ‘Normal’ Earphones for $199

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Tired of putting back your earphones after falling off your ear from time to time? Or maybe you just want your own customized earphones? Then you may want to consider getting one for just $199. The ?Normal? earphones using the newest 3D printing technology looks to design the perfect fit earphones just for you.

Nikki Kaufman, founder of Normal, believes her company offers the best and hassle-free method of designing your own personal earphones. And by personal, we mean that the earphones can only fit in your ears (unless somebody has the exact same ear structure as yours).

So how does it work? All you need to do is download and open the Normal app, send them pictures of both your ears, and they will do the rest. Using the latest 3D printing technology, Normal will recreate 3D models of your ears and craft a well-fit pair of earplugs based on it. Sounds easy enough?

Unlike other methods such as going to the doctor and applying silicone inside your ear, Kaufman believes that 3D printing is a much better, efficient, and hassle-free method.

?Nobody wants to stick anything in their ear,? says Kaufman. ?3D printing allows us to do it quicker, precisely, and based on a photo.?

Aside from the custom-designed earbuds, buyers can also choose from a variety of colors for their earphones and may choose to laser-engrave words to the case. Additionally, a whole lot of other preferences are available for the buyer.

In regards to sound quality, Kaufman didn?t reveal the technology used, although she says that the company?s engineers who designed the earphones have previously worked for companies such as Sonos, Harman, Skullcandy, Bose, Beats, and Shure.

Everything mentioned above will be available for $199 which already includes shipping expenses. It will be delivered at your doorstep within 48 hours. If in case the earplugs don?t fit your ear, Normal will happily replace it with a newly-crafted one for free.

You can go check their website for more info.

Source: The Verge

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