This Timekettle Language Translator Will Make You Think You’re On Star Trek [Black Friday Deal]

If you’re in need of an easy way to translate other people while you travel but don’t want to deal with the mess and fuss of using a phone and an app, the Timekettle WT2 Edge/W3 is the perfect answer.

The Timekettle WT2 Edge/W3 earbuds connect to your iPhone or Android device and can translate 40 different languages on the fly.

The device “is powered by world’s multiple leading translation engines (DeepL, Google, Microsoft, iFlytek, etc)” as well as Timekettle’s own. The earbuds themselves also offer noise reduction to remove background noise to ensure  that “the message isn’t muddled.”

If all of this sounds familiar, it should — Timekettle effectively invented the universal translator from Star Trek and it’s pretty magical. Timekettle says that of those 40 different languages this device ca also handle 93 accents for online translation. All you need to do is walk around and your earbuds will tell you what everyone is saying.

Supported languages for Timekettle WT2 Edge/W3 include English, Japanese, Arabic, Spanish, Polish, French, German, and more.

WT2 Edge translator earbuds support 40 languages and 93 accents. So no matter where you go, you can put your best foot forward knowing there’s no situation or conversation you cannot handle.

With 15 servers worldwide, WT2 Edge instant translator can deliver you completely fast translations possible, bringing you professional-level translations to help your board meetings and client sit-downs go smoothly.

The ability to hold a real-time conversation with someone in another language is a game-changer, and now you can get your hands on a device that handles all of that in one small package. You need to check these out before your next trip abroad!

Buy: Timekettle WT2 Edge/W3 Translator Device: $224 | Original price: $299

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