Motorola’s “Custom Fit” Wireless Stereo Headphones
The new Motorola S11-FLEX HD wireless stereo headphones deliver HD audio and feature five adjustment points to create a super-customized fit.
According to the company, these headphones will stay snug while delivering pulse-pounding sound during your most rigorous workouts.
Claimed to be the first of its kind, S11-FLEX HD has a flexible outer band, adjustable inner band, and telescoping and rotating ear pieces which let you adjust your headphones so they feel lightweight, balanced and ready for even the most intense workouts.
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And thanks to protective seals and moisture-repelling mesh, sweat stays out and music stays on. Whether you’re working out or walking to work, you’ll never worry about losing your sound with slipping ear buds or a yanked cord again, according to Motorola.
The S11-FLEX HD headphones can stream music up to 150 feet from your smartphone or music player so you can do a circuit at the gym, clean the house or work in the yard without having a music player hugging your hip.
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“It’s a custom-fit world with fashion, furniture and even food being created to fit the unique needs of every individual – we decided technology shouldn’t be any different,” said Dickon Isaacs, design director, Consumer Experience Design, Motorola Mobility. “That’s why we built upon our popular S9 and S10 series to create an amazing headset that can be tailored and custom fit just for you.”
S11-FLEX HD will be available beginning Oct. 28, 2012 at Best Buy and online at Motorola.com and Best Buy.com for $129.99.
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