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Henry Burrell
Mon, 21 Dec 2020

Henry Burrell
Mon, 21 Dec 2020
Earshots, the maker of magnetic sports headphones, is forecasting annual revenue growth of 3,650 percent for the financial year.Aimed at runners and mountain bikers, the wireless earbuds are designed to stop them falling out of the wearer's ears. Magnets in the ear tip and the hook that sits behind the ear gently attract to keep the units in place.“I had the idea in November 2014 when I was training for an adventure race on the Central Plateau and got really sick of the headphones that were out there for mountain biking and trail runn...

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