Earbuds must be cooled before wearing

Summer is running out, but I accidentally stumbled upon a strange hack that I might return to in the warmer months. One day recently, before I headed to the office, I threw some of them Pixel Buds A-Series Wireless earbuds in my bag, and they somehow settled near my packed lunch and an ice pack that keeps it cool. I wasn’t expecting those earbuds to pick up goosebumps due to being so close to them, but when they blew in my ears, the sensational sensation was unexpected and surprising. I kind of felt like I was in a mint theater commercial, and I can’t stop doing it.

You might be surprised by the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčinserting earphones that are nothing more than a reflection of the ambient temperature. Maybe I can win you over by saying they feel cool But not cold. They are definitely not a small ear.

Ah, wonderful buds.
Photography by Chris Welch/The Verge

To be clear: With the earbuds potentially getting damaged or possibly causing strange behavior, I don’t want to recommend storing the earbuds in the fridge overnight. You should do the 10-minute chill (or bring an ice pack in your bag, if you’re like me and bring lunch to work occasionally).

In case you want documented evidence that briefly calms your buds likely It will not have serious consequences, Apple says AirPods can be stored safely at temperatures as low as 14 degrees Fahrenheit (although they recommend heating them before use). Google Offers Similar information On its support page about Pixel Buds, though, Jabra PDF support requires a minimum temperature of 59 degrees. Some earphones may have different temperature requirements.

So, yes, do not store your earbuds in the refrigerator. But do you get a quick chill before you roll out your morning playlist? It’s the right way to start the day.

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