The Bebird N3 Uses Advanced Robotics For A Safer Ear Cleaning
If you get regular blockages or other ear problems, you have to clean them carefully. The Bebird N3 makes it easier, safer, and smarter.
One of the quiet tech revolutions that tends to go unnoticed is the plunging cost and improving the quality of imaging tools. Where before small, powerful cameras were expensive and limited to specific applications, now tools like the Bebird N3 can put a camera where you most need it, to monitor clearing our ears and maintaining our health.
Bebird was founded to make the otoscope accessible to everyone. Also called an auriscope, they’re used whenever a doctor checks your ears. The Bebird team has been pairing modern imaging technology with top-of-the-line tech and apps since 2018 to make cleaning your ears and monitoring the health of your ear canal simpler and safer while giving people with ear concerns accessible tools to share images and videos of potential problems with their doctor.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 stars on Amazon, the N3 combines cutting-edge imaging tools with robotics to help you keep your ears clean. The ten million pixels, 3.7mm lens, and bright shadowless LED light pair with the robotic arm technology and Bebird app to make it easier to see what’s going on inside your ear canal and take clear photos and video. The 360° angle detection and six-axis gyroscope help you keep the tweezers and rod steady and away from the canal walls.
It’s also designed for maximum comfort and ease of use, in-ear and out. The twelve soft silicone tips that come with it store in the base and have different sizes for different ear canals. The handle has a non-slip finish, so you won’t lose your grip during a delicate cleaning. And the 300mAh battery holds a charge for a month, allowing up to an hour of cleaning time. There’s even a high-speed Wi-Fi chip built-in so that you can connect to the app and get cleaning immediately.
Normally the Bebird N3 is $139, yet right now it’s $76.95, 44% off.
Prices subject to change.
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