Batband Bone Conduction Wireless Headphones Boast High Fidelity Sound, Integrated Touch Sensors and More

Don’t be fooled by its appearance. It’s not a hair band, and using built-in advanced components, it delivers you high fidelity sound. Cool? Let’s keep going for Batband bone conduction wireless headphones.

Batband Bone Conduction Wireless Headphones

The Batband is a pair of advanced and premium Bluetooth-enabled bone conduction headphones that boasts an eye-catching, minimalistic design, and its hair band-like design lets you easily wear it on your head. The wireless headphones feature a durable outer frame built with cold-formed spring steel with black oxide finish, and its soft padding lets you wear it in comfort for a long period of use.

As a bone conduction headphones, Batband features three transducers: two touching the side of your head and one at the back of your head in order to deliver you high fidelity sound conduction, and the sound waves are transmitted through the bone of skull so your ears still receive ambient sound around you.

Batband Bone Conduction Wireless Headphones

Moreover, the wireless headphones utilize Bluetooth technology to wirelessly communicate with your smartphone or tablet, and two integrated touch sensors are respectively placed one side of the Bluetooth headphones, meaning that you can handily control audio playback via simple gestures.

In addition, incorporated microphone allows you to take or make handsfree calls, and built-in two 300mAh batteries offers 6 hours of audio playback.

Batband Bone Conduction Wireless Headphones

Batband has been available for preorder on Kickstarter. You can pledge $149 to preorder the Bluetooth headphones with bone conduction technology. It will be shipped in April next year. BTW, also don’t miss Trekz bone conduction wireless headphones and more cool stuff by following tags.

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