Bang & Olufsen X Rimowa Beoplay H9i Headphones

Mar 28, 2019

Category: Tech

Teaming up with high-end luggage maker Rimowa, Bang & Olufsen is coming out with a revised version of one of their most popular audio offerings. The Bang & Olufsen x Rimowa Limited Edition Beoplay H9i Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones are a travel-inspired set ideal for any audiophile.

Although there aren’t any tech upgrades to the H9i, they’re still an excellent pair of wireless headphones that feature a 770 mAh battery, 40mm electro-dynamic driver speaker, and a touch-sensitive interface that allows you to control your playlist by swiping or tapping the right ear-cup. These special edition headphones feature anodized aluminum construction and genuine leather for a more luxurious aesthetic. They even coms with a beautiful signature Rimowa aluminum case so you can store your headphones in style while keeping them protected. The limited edition H9i will drop on April 15 for $900.

Purchase: $900

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