ARIA Waterproof Wireless Earbuds

Aug 6, 2018

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Whether you’re an avid swimmer, runner, or looking for an all-weather excuse to keep the tunes playing this summer, xFryo’s Aria Waterproof Wireless Earbuds are some of the most advanced headphones available on the market today.

Adaptable and durable enough for just about any lifestyle out there, each pair of earbuds from xFryo Audio feature Bluetooth 5 connectivity, an IP67 waterproof rating, noise cancellation, and state-of-the-art technology such as a touch-activated microphone, in-ear detection, and automatic pairing. Additionally, high-speed charging allows for up to 3 hours of listening after just 15-minutes while a full charge gets you upwards of 8 hours of battery life. It also pairs with both Google and Siri for personalized assistance at a moment’s notice and boasts astounding sound quality to boot. Available now for reservation.

Purchase: $200

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