Swim with Waterproof Bluetooth headset

You never separate with your lovely smartphone, you can’t separate with your favorite song  “singing in the rain”, but what about when you go swimming? Ok, here is a solution for you.

The Waterproof Bluetooh headset or Wavetooth from Brando, which is claimed to be the first IPX8-certified waterproof Bluetooth headset, so now you can take it under the shower. You must only place your iPhone or Smartphone in the included waterproof bag case, which can hold cellphone with approximate maximum size: 70 (W) x 120 (H) x 15 (D)mm, then connect the waterproof earphone and then listen to music in a bath or by the poolside.The headset feature “Noise Rebound” technology for clear conversation, it powered by a 360mAh Li-polymer battery, which sustain up to 13 hours talk and music time.  For the price of $57.00 you will get a waterproof bag case, waterproof earphone, stereo earphone for music, neck wire and  USB Cable.

Wavetooth

Features :

  • IPx8 Certified to waterproof (3-metre/24-hours)
  • “Noise Rebound” technology makes clear talk
  • Touch Functionality through case surface
  • 13 hours extra long talk and music time
  • Easy to detach and rotatble clip
  • Light reflective
  • Battery – 360mAh Li-polymer
  • A2DP / AVRCP / HF
  • Standy by 240-hours
  • Version 2.1 + EDR

Wavetooth

Wavetooth

Sourc: Brando

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