Features and Specifications
- Smart Suction Cup Design for Convenient Positioning
- Twist ‘n Lock feature for Easy Installation and Removal
- Compatible with Headphones or Earphones
- Supports Headphone up to 43 mm width
- Material: Plastic
- Product dimensions (L x W x H)：72.4 x 66 x 54.4 (mm)
- Net Weight： 57 g
Packaging and Unboxing
The In-Win iEar comes in a anice formed plastic case with a color cardboard backing plate. The prodocut is easily visible which is nice.
The back of the cardboard insert has features and useage instructions as well as a tag that states it has a maximum holding capacity of 1500 grams wich is about 3.3 pounds.
The iEar comes out of the package almost ready to be installed. It’s in the “open” position out of the package. The iEar comes in black or white. The black version has a red In-Win logo.
A Closer Look
The business side of the iEar comes with a protective plastic sheet covering the suction cup.
The film comes off easily to reveal a slightly sticky suction cup. The point is so you know which way is up for ease of installation.
Here’s what the suction cup looks like when the unit is mounted. You simply turn the front of the mount counter clockwise to lock to unit into place.
Looking at the side of the iEar you’ll see the contoured shape allowing you to set your headset and be confident it’s not going anywhere.
Here I’ve installed the iEar to the side of an NZXT Phantom 410 case. To install the iEar you stick it where you want it (this is where the sticky suction cup comes in handy) then you simply twist the outer part counter-clockwise to lock it into place and that’s it.
Here I have my Plantronics GameCom 780 headset sitting on the In-Win iEar. It fits nicely and looks great too.