The latest Cleer Enduro ANC headphones bridge the gap between the affordable none ANC Cleer Enduro 100 and the more premium Cleer Flow II.
All three headphones use the patented 40mm Ironless Driver technology, which helps Cleer headphones offer superior sound quality to many competitors.
This then makes the main difference between them the active noise cancelling performance (or lack of ANC for the Endura) and the battery life.
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