The amazing NuraTrue in-ear buds are currently 25% off on Amazon AU

A woman's face with the Nuratrue buds in her ears
(Image credit: Nura)

The NuraTrue are an innovative pair of true wireless earbuds from Aussie company Nura, and right now, there's a 25% discount on Amazon Australia, knocking AU$75 off their asking price and bringing them down to just AU$225.

We gave these delightful buds a full five stars in our review, and they hold a powerful second-place position on our list of the best true wireless earbuds in Australia, beaten only by the indomitable Sony WF-1000XM4, (which themselves are available for AU$335 on Amazon).

NuraTrue earbuds

NuraTrue earbuds | AU$299 AU$225 on Amazon Australia (save AU$75)

With all the mod-cons expected from true wireless earbuds – ANC, water-resistance, 24-hour battery life – as well as exceptional, personalised audio, the NuraTrue make for an awesome pair of in-ears. Their asking price is already reasonable, but with this extra 25% discount, they're an absolute steal.

Truly unique

The feature that makes the NuraTrue stand out from the crowd – as with all products from Nura – is their ability to sculpt a personalised sound signature based on the listener's ear shape, size and sensitivity.

This is achieved through a brief, one-off setup process (about two minutes) that uses sensitive microphones on the inside of the buds that detect the frequency response of each individual's ears. 

A unique audio profile is then created that sculpts any music or sound sent to the buds in order to best suit the listener, resulting in music that sounds rich and full across the board.

First appearing in the company's Nuraphone over-ear headphones, this is the first of its products to take on the true wireless form factor, making it the most portable and inconspicuous to date.

On top of this flagship feature, the NuraTrue feature active noise cancellation, capacativie touch controls on each bud, an IPX4 water-resistance rating and a 24-hour battery life (six from the buds and 18 from the case).

Harry Domanski
Harry is an Australian Journalist for TechRadar with an ear to the ground for future tech, and the other in front of a vintage amplifier. He likes stories told in charming ways, and content consumed through massive screens. He also likes to get his hands dirty with the ethics of the tech.