Friday , August 18 2017

Nextbit is offering a bundle including high-end headphones and a Robin for $450USD

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Nextbit, the makers of the uber popular cloud ready Robin handset has today announced a new bundle for their customers. The new bundle offers a pair of their custom-curated AIAIAI TMA-2 headphones and a Robin phones for $450USD.

The bundle is a decent saving if you were intending to buy the headphones, saving you around $75USD on buying the two separately. Nextbit began selling the custom curated – that just means they’re specifically designed for the Nextbit team – back in March. The AIAIAI TMA-2 headphones offer a vibrant and detailed sound, with dynamic bass and crisp treble from a powerful, high-sensitivity neodymium speaker unit. They also look comfortable too with over-ear PU leather earpads.

We’ve already checked the Robin out and there’s a lot to love about the phone, especially with the subsequent software updates offering improvement on the camera, and soon the battery on the phone.

If you’re in the market for a Nextbit Robin and a new set of headphones this is a pretty sweet deal. Head over to the Nextbit website to check it out.

 

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Would I be hurting or insulting anyone if I said that the phone looks ugly? I mean seriously ugly. Sorry!

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Yeah, me! 🙂

I own one and it’s the best looking phone on the market IMO, you need to hold it to appreciate it. The design was what sold me, well that and it’s basically stock software.

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