Playboy magazine reviews Snugs in their Jan/Feb 2016 issue, alongside Pamela Anderson and the last issue with ladies showing their all !!!!



Snugs appears in Jan/Feb 2016 of Playboy Magazine in an article about Custom earphones.




Snugs appears in Jan/Feb 2016 of Playboy Magazine in an article about Custom earphones.

BE BEACH said about Snugs:

Snugs Earphones are discreet, custom fitted ear moulds that deliver the most delicious sound of crisp vocals and heavy bass. They are robust, secure and even available in waterproof so you can take pleasure in your sounds even when surfing. They cancel all background noise (yes that includes the screaming child next to you on the plane) and are the perfect travel and action companion. Plugging into all devices, you can have as much or as little noise as you could possible want in your life or activity.”



There’s a revolution coming ….. a Snugs Sound Revolution.

Snugs, dubbed “….probably the world’s best consumer in-ear headphones” are going –  WIRELESS

Wireless, perfect fit, no sound bleed AND Full Sensaround sound, through in-ear headphones. Is this someone’s wish list? See it become a reality very soon on, you can pre-order or just make a donation to the Snugs Sound Revolution.



When Beats headphones first came onto the UK market they retailed for £269. Now the man who was part of that success has just launched a pair of $300 Earbuds? This is great news for Snugs as it shows that the premium market is starting to mature. Snugs success is going to be partially down to timing and with the market expanding so quickly – Snugs is riding just in front of the crest of the earphone wave.

Snugs as has been approved by HM Revenue & Customs for Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme. This means that investors who invest unto £150,000 in Snugs and hold the shares for three years, get full tax relief on their investment.

What is SEIS – Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme?

SEIS is an incredibly generous derivative of the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and was introduced in April 2012. Its aim is to encourage seed investment in early stage companies. Investors, including directors, can receive initial tax relief of 50% on investments up to £100,000 and Capital Gains Tax (CGT) exemption for any gains on the SEIS shares.

The maximum amount to be raised for each company is £150,000.

For more information about the SEIS scheme then follow the link below to where it very well explained with examples: