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LAVA Probuds TWS earbuds: Lava has launched a new product Lava Probuds in the Indian market. These will be available for sale from June 24 on Lava e-store, Amazon and Flipkart online stores. The company says that its sale will start at 12 noon. In this, some buyers can get a chance to buy earbuds for just ₹1 as an introductory offer.

Lava will be making a limited number of ProBuds available for this offer. The company claims that these new earbuds have an in-ear design, which has been made after different testing and studying the inner contours of the ear.

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These earbuds have been introduced with a charging case that claims to deliver a total playback time of 25 hours. Lava says that the Probuds is IPX5 water and sweat resistant. The earbuds have 11.6mm drivers and run on MediaTek Aeroha chipset. The new Lava Probuds TWS earbuds are priced at Rs 2,199.

The Lava Probuds TWS earbuds come with instant ‘Wake and Pair Technology’ that powers the earbuds and switches to connection mode as soon as the charging case lid is opened.

Connectivity options include Bluetooth v5, and a Micro-USB port for charging. It comes in a single black color finish and the company is also giving a one-year warranty on it.

Talking about other features, the new Lava ProBuds packs a 55mAh battery inside each earbud and a 500mAh battery inside the charging case. Lava ProBuds claims to provide 25 hours of playback time with the charging case. The earbuds come with 11.6mm advanced drivers and are powered by MediaTek Aeroha chipset.

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The earbuds are claimed to deliver deep bass and enable minimal voice distortion during calls. According to the company, the total weight is said to be 77 grams. The Lava Probuds are IPX5 certified for water and sweat resistance. Users can access the voice assistant function by double tapping on the right earbud.

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