Apollo 7 Ultra Compact Waterproof Wireless Earbuds

Want to fully shake off the yoke of earbud cords and comfortably enjoy your favorite music? The Apollo 7 ultra compact waterproof wireless speaker should be a nice solution.

Apollo 7 Compact Waterproof Wireless Earbuds

The Apollo 7 is a pair of well-designed, ultra compact wireless earbuds, and each earphone weights only 4 grams, delivering a lightweight and sleek appearance, while the metallic housing adds more elegant and modern aesthetics to the earbuds, and multiple optional colors bring some personalized style to Apollo 7. Meanwhile, using 6 sets of tips and 3 sets of sport stabilizers, the wireless earbuds offer a comfortable wearing experience even when you exercise, and its special nano-coating technology enables the earphones to work even after being submerged in water.

Apollo 7 Compact Waterproof Wireless Earbuds

The wireless earbuds feature a newly developed, industry-first micro-driver with a proprietary composite driver diaphragm and advanced driver motor-structure in order to produce high-quality stereo audio with low distortion. Its built-in Bluetooth technology allows the earbuds to wirelessly connect with your smartphone or tablet for streaming music, and integrated microphone lets you answer handsfree calls. Moreover, Apollo 7 works with both Siri and Google Now, and its single button design provides a simple and handy control experience. In addition, a charging case not only keep the Bluetooth earbuds in place when not in use, but also charges it at any time.

Apollo 7 Compact Waterproof Wireless Earbuds

The crowdfunding campaign for Apollo 7 is ongoing via Kickstarter. You can pledge $249 to preorder the Bluetooth earbuds. It will be shipped in June this year. BTW, also don’t miss Truu Bluetooth earbuds and more related cool stuff by following tags.

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