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Kinera Gumiho In-Ear Earphones

Kinera Gumiho In-Ear Earphones

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Product Description
When Kinera set out to develop the Gumiho IEM, they took a simple approach: shocking bass, surprisingly detailed tuning, and an overall satisfying sound. Centered on a 10-millimeter square planar magnetic driver, this IEM certainly has the power, depth, and low-end part of that equation on lock Read More
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LaxX111
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Jun 9, 2023
What happens if I buy it but there are not enough orders to complete the preorder?
Snoopy_Real
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Oct 27, 2023
You get refund
luckykang
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Jan 3, 2023
Why aren't Kinera and DROP mentioning the Korean folktale that brought the name and design of Gumiho to the product in the product description? Kinera knows to bring the name of the product from myths and stories, but why take the Korean name Gumiho instead of the Chinese name Hulizing and promote it as a stylish Chinese fox design with Chinese color on the Kinera site. Gumiho is the name of the nine-tailed fox in Korea, and the nine-tailed fox in China is named Hulizing. Why is the Chinese company Kinera abandoning its name, "Hulizing," to promote the beauty of China under the name of Korea's nine-tailed fox?
Ask Kinera on that.
luckykang
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Jan 3, 2023
In Wikipedia, A
Ask Kinera about that.
oPhoenixo
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Jan 3, 2023
These good for sleeping or do the cables pop out too easily?
Not recommended if you roll around in your sleep.
ReadWryt
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Jan 3, 2023
"...and if you go for a logo colorway, you’ll see a beautiful spring flower with tasteful gold accents on the outside of each earphone." ...um... "A fox with nine tails that commonly appears in the oral tales of our country. It can freely transform into, among other things, a bewitching girl that seduces men. A fox that lives a thousand years is said to turn into a kumiho. There are a number of legendary tales in which the kumiho appears."