Straddling the line between jewelry and electronics, Ear Micro's T10 Bespoke earphones are now available with a Reishi plant-based leather charging case. That case, claimed to be the world's slimmest, doubles as a key fob or necklace pendant and holds within the incredibly small T10 earbuds. Developed with Klipsch, they have 96kHz/24-bit audio support, active noise cancelation, dual Cadence/Tensilica DSPs, class-D amps, and Sonion transducers, offering detailed audio reproduction and up to nine hours of battery life per charge. They're also built using a chassis architecture that allows them to easily be repaired and upgraded. While Reishi will be an option for all Bespoke builds in the future, it's launching in a series of just six pairs of earphones, three in gold, and three in rose gold.