Huami Launches Amazfit Zenbuds With Sleep Monitoring Via Indiegogo Crowdfunding

Huami Amazfit Zenbuds Indiegogo
Image: Huami

Huami has finally launched the Amazfit Zenbuds Truly Wireless (TWS) earbuds for the global market via Indiegogo crowdfunding platform.

The Zenbuds was first announced at the CES2020 in January this year alongside the Powerbuds, T-Rex smartwatch and Amazfit HomeStudio treadmill.

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In recognition of its innovations in smart wearables, Amazfit ZenBuds won Red Dot in the Red Dot Design Award 2020. It has been also honored by media as one of the best with its special and innovative product design, says a press release.

As sleep and relaxing aid, Amazfit ZenBuds is equipped with Knowles Balanced Armature which guarantees advanced quality acoustics. The smart earbuds use a wide library of natural, sleep-inducing sounds to create soothing white noise that helps cancel out distracting sounds. From bubbling brooks to serene forests, curated sounds trigger the sleep cycle and make sure easy sleep. After the Smart playback is turned on, the soothing sounds can automatically pause playing once you fall asleep.

The Amazfit ZenBuds record your sleep positions, heart rate and the quality of sleep. You’ll wake up each morning and get insights that can help you create better habits. The breathing exercise feature helps you relax and calm your mind after a busy day.

Lightweight

The earbuds weigh only 1.78g per side, and they have been extensively tested for secure fit without feelings of swelling. Each earpiece is firmly braced against the outer ear, preventing them from slipping out as you move. They also come in four ear tip sizes.

Long Battery Life Supports All-day Relaxation

A fully charged pair of Amazfit ZenBuds can last for 12 hours when you preset the playback duration. Or if you prefer to have serenade all night, you can switch to an Unlimited duration for a full 8 hours of sleep-inducing sounds. With the charging case, you can get an additional 56 hours, allowing up to 8 nights of use on one charge. That’s the recommended target for a good night’s sleep.

A pair of smart earbuds
Image: Huami

Made for New Healthy Lifestyle

Amazfit ZenBuds don’t just focus on helping you achieve the perfect night’s sleep – they block out distracting noises and wake you gently with a personal alarm that increases gradually and doesn’t disturb anyone around you.

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The ZenBuds help you to organize your time better and with the Pomodoro Timer (PT), allowing to stay focused for 25-minute stretches. Take a short break, and they will help you get right back in the zone by blocking out sound and playing the right sounds to keep you on track. The incoming call notification makes sure that you don’t miss an incoming call in the midst of your “zen-zone.”

Pricing and availability

Amazfit ZenBuds are now available on Indiegogo. The crowdfunding price starting at USD$69 with a 53% discount (daily retail price: USD$149). While the single package looks attractive, Amazfit has also brought a sales combo with an eye mask, which is sold together with the earbuds to further enhance users’ sleep quality.

Specifications

 

 

 

Earbuds

Weight 1.78g*2
Size 25.3*20.8*21.3mm
Main body material Plastic
Plug material Silicone
Wireless connection Bluetooth 5.0 BLE
Connectivity BLE to the phone
Bluetooth Working Distance 10m
Sensors Gyroscope sensor
Battery 10mAh*2
Playing time 8h[9]
Frequency response 20Hz-8kHz
 

Charging case

Battery capacity 280mAh
Earbuds charging capacity 7 times full charge[10]
Charging port Type C
LED 3
Others Packaging content 1 pair of earbuds, 1 charging case

4 pairs of silicone sizing plugs (medium size plugs on the earbuds)

1 USB-A to Type C charging cable

1 User manual

APP Amazfit
System requirements Android5、iOS10 and above
Functional ambient temperature Working: 0℃~45 ℃
Health
Sleep sound
Sleep tracker
Other Functions
Alarm
Incoming call notification
APP displaying remaining capacity of earbuds
OTA upgrade
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