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Macally launches magnetic Bluetooth earbuds with clear high-quality audio and eight hour battery life

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Tuesday June 4, 2019

Twenty-five-year consumer electronics accessory manufacturer, Macally Peripherals, launched their newest wireless earbuds, the MBTBUDS Wireless Bluetooth Magnetic Earbuds. The MBTBUDS feature automatic on and off magnetic earbuds for easy storage and to save battery life. With 8 hours of talk time, 6 hours of playtime* and aptX audio technology, the lightweight earbuds deliver superb audio. They feature a quick, hassle-free and powerful Bluetooth 4.1 connection and feature IPX4 waterproof technology, to keep the earbuds dry and resistant against water splashes and sweat. The MBTBUDS also include 3 sets of earbuds tip sizes and ear hooks to fit comfortably in place.


8 hours of talk time
6 hours of music playtime*
150 hours of standby time
Charges in 1-2 hours
120 mAh rechargeable battery
Bluetooth 4.1
aptX audio technology
3 sizes earbud tips, 3 ear hooks
1-year warranty
Controls: answer call, play, pause, forward song, back to previous song, volume
Built-in microphone: Cvc 6.0 noise cancelling for an enhanced microphone sound
IPX4 Water and Sweat Resistant
Magnetic Auto on and off
13.5mm beryllium drivers
Can be worn like necklace with magnetic auto connect earbuds
*(Playtime varies according to audio format, volume level and other conditions)

MSRP $59.99


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