Hana comes in a square-shaped box. Though it looks big in the photo, they actually weren’t that big. The appearance of the packaging itself is minimalist & elegant with the dominant colour of white. As usual, the IEMs specifications were printed at the back of the box, but here the language is fully written in Chinese.
In the box:
- 4-core copper cable 0.78mm with 2-pin, 3.5mm jack
- 3 pairs of “Treble enhancing” silicone tips (S/M/L)
- 3 pairs of “Bass enhancing” silicone tips (S/M/L)
- 10 pairs of backup filters
- A white faux leather carrying case
- Manuals, QC card & Warranty card. Plus a name card with the mascot.
Built & Fit:
Hana’s outer shell was fully made of high precision 316 stainless steel with white paint finishing and logos on both sides of the IEMs. These, caused them to be quite heavy when you wore them on your ears, and with the same short nozzle as the Tanchjim Oxygen, it may cause discomfort for some people. But if you had a shallow ear, this wouldn’t be a problem & they will fit you very well.
Isolation on this is also good if you got the right fit since it would cover your whole concha with its shell.
Cable & Eartips
The non-braided 4-core OFC cable included here is pretty soft and thin on hand. But luckily, it didn’t feel as fragile. With the combination of copper, white and rose gold on the connector, splitter and jack, the cable looks minimalistic yet still elegant whether it’s attached to the iem itself or not. However, the ear guide here is less stiff compared to other typical chi-fi cables, so it will be good for those who dislike grippy ear hooks.
The eartips provided by Tanchjim are in two types, bass enhancing tips, which will have a narrower bore and treble enhancing with a wider bore. Each type of tips was given 3 pairs in different sizes. The tips are pretty soft but it’s a bit thick, so they will comfortable on the ear. Personally, I never use the wide bore tips on Hana, because it causes the fit to be less secure compared to when I’m using the bass tips. Instead, I used the treble tips on my Blessing2 last time.
The white faux leather carrying case provided is solid. It isn’t too big, but the space of the case isn’t as big as it looks from the outside. Even more, the interior of the case was using cloth-based, unlike other similar chi-fi faux leather cases, which made them a bit more premium in my opinion.