Pinn is a wearable earpiece that fits our 'mobile life'

There is a fine line among average, good and great when it comes to accessories and devices for our smartphones, but all Pinn has set out to do is make you and your mobile device's life happier. That in my opinion makes it a great device and a Kickstarter must.

Pinn, Inc. was founded in 2015 with a vision to design and develop wearable technology that enhances the smartphone experience and eliminates frustrating phone problems like trying to find your phone quickly to get a call. Their first generation wearable product gives consumers an easier way of using the smartphone by providing a clip device that is light, multi-functional and accessible. The company is currently in the process of releasing a new product that is an all-in-one handsfree device for your smartphone. The product is called Pinn, and launched on Kickstarter as of March 21st, 2017.

Pinn is a device that combines key features of your mobile phone and earbuds into a single, go-anywhere clip. You are able to keep the Pinn within reach by clipping it to anything you want whether it be your purse, backpack, pocket, wristband and more. Pinn’s OLED display makes it simple to see which one of your contacts is calling, you can then answer the call by undocking the earbud from the clip then you’re instantly connected to your call.

The Pinn is meant to be an evolution of the mobile headset, to work with any platform, designed to go anywhere and so much more. Pinn works on Bluetooth-enabled device - mobile phone or tablet - on the iOS and Android platforms. It also works as a remote microphone to activate voice commands for personal assistants like Siri and Google Now, which can then be used to dial out or reply to messages. You are able to enjoy your music through either plugging in a headset to the 3.5mm audio jack or wirelessly controlling and streaming music to your mobile phone. One can listen and talk using the Pinn earbud or Clip speakerphone and the device can also function as a camera remote to take individual or group selfies.

An app is available for free to use alongside the Pinn device both on iOS and Android, the app is called Pinn. The app allows one to find a lost or misplaced Pinn by clicking the “Find My Pinn” button in the app. The Pinn will then sound an alert and the LED light will proceed to blink if the Pinn is within Bluetooth communication range. The app also allows the user to customize the Pinn to one’s preference through changing the alert sound and notification options. The app also automatically updates the Pinn firmware with new features.

Kickstarter Pledge Levels…

  • Pledge $118 or more: You can get the Pinn before anyone else at 41% off, it includes the Pinn Bluetooth clip, 3x ear tips (one in each size), USB connector and a Quick Guide.

  • Pledge $169 or more: You can get the Pinn before anyone else at 15% off, it includes the Pinn Bluetooth clip, 3x ear tips (one in each size), USB connector and a Quick Guide.

  • Pledge $259 or more: You can get two Pinns before anyone else at 35% off, it includes two Pinn Bluetooth clips, 6x ear tips (one in each size), two USB connectors and two Quick Guides.

  • Pledge $389 or more: You can get three Pinns before anyone else at 35% off, it includes three Pinn Bluetooth clips, 9x ear tips (one in each size), three USB connectors and three Quick Guides.

  • Pledge $519 or more: You can get our Pinns before anyone else at 35% off, it includes four Pinn Bluetooth clips, 12x ear tips (one in each size), four USB connectors and four Quick Guides.

The Pinn Kickstarter campaign will be running until Wednesday May 3, 2017 2:59 A.M. EDT. The project will be funded only if it reaches its goals $25,000 and currently has been funded with $11,990 with over 100 backers. Their goal is to deliver early units to Kickstarter backers by June 2017 and have units ready for retail partners September 2017. The Pinn is different from other products on the market as it is the world’s first wearable Bluetooth clip combining a wireless earbud, speaker and display. You will wonfer how you lived without it. If you are interested in pledging or learning more information on the device feel free to visit their Kickstarter page.

Donate and Support the Products We Review

© 2016 Rick Limpert and Wireless Wednesday Live

Also Featured In