Ora Bluetooth Wireless Headphones Boast GrapheneQ Transducers

Using proprietary GrapheneQ transducers Ora Bluetooth wireless headphones let you enjoy higher quality stereo audio. Want to learn more about the new earphones? Let’s continue checking.

Ora Bluetooth Wireless Headphones with GrapheneQ Transducers

The Ora is a pair of high-performance and advanced Bluetooth headphones that measures 8 x 8.5 x 3 inches (20 x 22 x 8cm) and weighs 1 lb. The headphones have a sleek and low-profile appearance design. By using lambskin leather for the headband and ear pads, the headphones deliver a premium feel and a comfortable wearing experience. Meanwhile, built-in memory foam cushion inserts provide enhanced comfort.

The wireless headphones come equipped with two premium drivers made from GrapheneQ, a composite material formed by depositing flakes of Graphene into thousands of layers that are bonded together with proprietary cross-linking agents. Using the stable and stiff material, the headphones deliver stable and excellent acoustic performance.

Ora Bluetooth Wireless Headphones with GrapheneQ Transducers

Furthermore, its touch interface on the aluminum disk lets you effortlessly control your playback by simple gestures, and built-in microphone lets you answer handsfree calls. Moreover, the Bluetooth headphones also features a built-in 3.5mm audio jack. Using included removable cable, you can enjoy wired audio when Ora is out of battery.

The team of Ora has successfully raised enough fund for the headphones on Kickstarter. You can still pledge CA$329 (approx US$249) to preorder the Bluetooth headphones. The Ora would be shipped March next year (estimated).

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