Sony SP600N Wireless Noise Cancelling Sport Earbuds

With IPX4-rated design Sony SP600N wireless noise cancelling sport earbuds let you enjoy high-quality stereo audio during your workout. Need more features? Let’s keep checking.

Sony SP600N Wireless Noise Cancelling Sport Earbuds

Sony SP600N is a pair of beautifully designed Bluetooth sports in-ear headphones that measures 4.53 x 2.36 x 6.93 inches and weighs 7.8 ounces. As we can see from the images, the wireless sport earbuds sport an elegant and stylish appearance design, and four bright color options add more vivid aesthetics to the earphones in order to fit for your activity lifestyle. Meanwhile, the lightweight design and multiple pairs of eartips ensure the earphones provide a comfortable wearing experience for different listeners, and two pairs of soft-cushioned arc supporters allow the earbuds firmly stay in your ears even during intense workout, while IPX4 water resistant design makes SP600N an ideal companion for various sports and outdoor activities.

Sony SP600N Wireless Noise Cancelling Sport Earbuds

Using built-in digital noise cancelling technology, Sony SP600N is capable of minimizing the sounds of the gym or noisy environments, and ambient sound mode ensures you stay aware with the environment around you, while voice mode lets you hear instruction from a personal trainer or workout buddy during your motivational music playback. Furthermore, its EXTRA BASS sound technology provides enhanced bass performance, and built-in microphone allows for convenient handsfree calls and voice assistant commands. In addition, integrated rechargeable battery offers up to 6 hours of audio playback on a single charge.

Sony SP600N wireless noise cancelling sport earbuds are priced at $148 USD. If you’re interested, jump to the product page for its more details.

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