Thursday , May 24 2018

Cygnett Freeplay earphones offer truly wireless sound for $129.95


Accessory maker Cygnett has today announced that their Freeplay truly wireless earphones are available to buy in Australia for just $129.95.

The earphones weigh in at a miniscule 77 grams and come in both white and black colour options. The buds run for 3 hours off a single charge or 100 hours of standby time, with the included portable charging case offering an additional two recharges – for 9 hours of play time in total.

The Freeplay buds include a single button control for pausing/playing music or answering a call on the go, with a dual-microphone built-in to the earbuds to handle that side of things.

The buds include silicone tips and flexible ear-stays in small, medium and large, which ensure your FreePlay buds remain securely in your ears during your workout, or even just walking around town. The Cygnett Freeplay Earphones even have an IPX 4 water resistance rating so you can sweat it out at the gym with no worries.

You even get a storage case for keeping the microUSB cable and spare eartips in when not in use.

The buds are available now from cygnett.com.au – you can get 10% off your first order – or you’ll be able to buy them from Australian retailers from June 1st.

Source: Cygnett.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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Flamin’ annoying, Dan.
You posted about these, the day after I ordered a pair of the FRESHeBUDS.
*mutter grumble

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