Shinola Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones

Nov 12, 2018

Category: Tech

The illustrious Detroit watch company is extending their audio lineup with the help of hi-fi maestros Campfire Audio. Cutting the cord for more freedom, the new Shingle Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones won’t hold you back when the music moves you.

These quality wireless headphones feature a wide range 8.5mm Beryllium dynamic driver, providing you with rich sound every time. Listen to your jams whenever and wherever you want without any annoying wires in your way for up to 12 hours. It’s also built with an in-line microphone, ensuring vocal clarity whenever you take phone calls. And, for personalized comfort, these in-ear headphones come with interchangeable memory foam and silicone ear tips. When you run out of juice, you can charge them back to life quickly via the included USB-C connector system. Shingle’s wireless in-ear headphones are available now.

Purchase: $250

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