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post #2026 of 4915
My fear is whether they'll stay pristine white....
post #2027 of 4915

looks like something morgan freeman would wear in bruce almighty.....godly.

post #2028 of 4915
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Originally Posted by Kiats View Post

My fear is whether they'll stay pristine white...

 

After a few weeks in your ear they turn green.

post #2029 of 4915
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After a few weeks in my ears they turn green.
Fixed that for you.
post #2030 of 4915
How come you guys can always find out new products from Fitear but i can never do so? Am i using a wrong google or what?
post #2031 of 4915
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How come you guys can always find out new products from Fitear but i can never do so? Am i using a wrong google or what?


We are all part of a secret club.

post #2032 of 4915
post #2033 of 4915
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Milky white :beerchug:

Red with 5 stars :confused_face:

post #2034 of 4915
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Originally Posted by VisceriousZERO View Post
 

 

After a few weeks in your ear they turn green.

I would have thought that is the colour that the people around you would turn... :)

post #2035 of 4915
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I would have thought that is the colour that the people around you would turn... :)

 

Green with envy. Nice one there Kiat.

post #2036 of 4915
I don get it, meaning we can choose the design now?
post #2037 of 4915

Still like the transparent shells better imo. though the new ones are nice.

post #2038 of 4915
Generally not a fan of white, especially when coupled with a white(ish) cable. Reminds me of the Apple earbuds. Curious about the 3D printed prototypes though. Is it even possible to achieve the (already peerless in the CIEM world) build quality of current hand-made FitEars with conventional* 3D printing methods?

* By "conventional" I mean standard consumer friendly 3D printing technology like that employed by Mr. Speakers, not McLaren F1 or NASA level zillion-dollar 3D printing.
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Edited by kurochin - 2/7/14 at 8:17am
post #2039 of 4915

I'm still waiting for titanium CIEMs... or at least metal CIEMs 3d printed.

post #2040 of 4915

That won't be comfortable at all.

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