Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H5 Wireless Earphones

Jul 1, 2016

Category: Tech

We’ve covered B&O before but never a product like these Beoplay H5 headphones. That’s because the Beoplay H5’s are the first wireless earphones Bang & Olufsen has ever produced. And just like their famed Bluetooth speakers, these pieces are well-designed, simple, and are absent a plastic collar that annoyingly rests on your shoulders.

Featuring a cable design, the Beoplay H5 get its inspiration from the material used to build sneakers, making them comfortable and easy to clean. When not in use, the headphones cling together with magnets, powering down the battery, and are also used to connect the headphones into their charging mechanism. Of course, there’s also an extensive integrated experience with these earphones as well thanks to their conjunctive iPhone app that allows users to choose music based on mood, activity, and even tweak the tonality using the app’s ToneTouch interface. There are multiple ear tops to choose from based on personal preferences and the H5’s are splash and dust resistant so there’s no worry when taking them outside on a run or hike. They’re available now for $249. [Purchase]

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