the thing with Bluetooth headphones is, you often have to fumble with buttons on the earcups which you can’t see. well, you can save yourself the blind man act every time you want to skip track or change volume with the Outdoor Tech Privates Wireless Headphones. with this pair of trendy audio cans, it has only one multifunction button for taking calls, while a touchpad on the right earcup enables gesture for skipping tracks and control the volume. the touchpad is not just cool, but it really takes the guesswork out of music control. so with this pair of cans, touching your Privates seem like the right thing to do.

other features include 40mm drivers that promised clear mids and solid bass, built-in mic for calls, Bluetooth 3.0 gives you up to 32 feet of wireless audio streaming, a 3.5mm auxiliary jack for use with the supplied cable (color-matched, no less) when Bluetooth use is not possible, comfy soft earpads, canvas-wrapped headband, fold and stow design, and built-in battery for up to 10 hours of usage. speaking of battery, the headphones will project a battery level “fuel gauge” on your source device so you will be in know of how much juice is left. the Privates will be available in four awesome hues and comes package with a signature ODT carry pouch. all these for under 100 bucks a pop. whoever says technology needs to cost you an arm or a leg?

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Outdoor Tech Privates Wireless Headphones

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