Today, V-Moda is launching its first ever fitness-focused Bluetooth in-ear headphones to help you push your workouts to the next level. Aptly titled the ‘BassFit Wireless’, these headphones are packed with 10mm drivers and acoustics which produce deep and precise bass that doesn’t diminish or overpower other parts of the music, along with a 3D soundstage that puts you in the center of the song.
The BassFit Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds feature a one-of-a-kind TriFit design that allows you to use ear hooks, ear fins, or both at the same time depending on what feels right to you. Four sizes of ear-tips are included as well. The headphones are extremely lightweight, so you won’t get tired of keeping them in your ears while you’re on-the-go. They offer over 11 hours of playtime on a single charge, and with the FastCharge feature, charging them for only 15 minutes can gain you over 2 hours of listening time. It’s always worth remembering that you can carry along a portable battery charger to extend its playtime, too.
With their heavy focus on fitness, these earbuds would be incomplete without sweat and weather resistance. Thankfully, V-Moda came through on that front as well with a 2-layer nanocoating technology to protect them from even the rainest days. They’re also equipped with magnetic tips which allow you to attach them together around your neck when you’re not listening, along with Bluetooth audio codecs (Qualcomm aptX and AAC) for high-quality audio. Another great feature is the ability to connect with up to two devices simultaneously from up to 33 feet away. There’s a built-in microphone for hands-free calls, an in-line remote that’s compatible with both Siri and Google Assistant, and a cable length manager.
If you’re interested in grabbing a pair of the BassFit Wireless headphones for your next workout, you can find them at V-Moda’s website in black or white for $130 beginning today. They’re set to appear at Amazon sometime soon as well.
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November 14, 2018 at 08:43AM