Motorola outs S11-Flex HD Wireless Bluetooth Headphones
Motorola has unveiled a new set of wireless headphones that are designed with lots of customization options. The headphones have an adjustable inner headband and ear tips that rotate and can move in and out allowing for a customized comfortable fit. The headphones will launch in October 28 at BestBuy and online for $129.99.
The headphones are designed to be lightweight and are moisture resistant to prevent sweat from damaging sensitive electronics. The wireless range is claimed to be 150 feet from your smart phone or music player. The headphones also have dedicated music and volume controls and charging for only 5 minutes gives enough power for an hour of listening.
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