Bose’s new wireless earbuds keeps you aware of your surrounding by letting outside sound in. The Bose Sport Open Earbuds have an open-ear design as they sit over the ear and not inside like most earbuds.
Bose has launched the Sport Open Earbuds first in the US, and they are as of now available to pre-order in the US. The wireless earbuds are valued at ₹$199.95 ( ₹14,600 approx), and come in black color only.
Bose clarifies how in spite of the open-ear design, the Sports Open Earbuds actually convey “High quality great sound”. Bose says this is a “more natural listening experience than traditional earbuds.” The earbuds sit on top of the ear and have a clip that attaches to the back of the ear.
Bose Sport Open Earbuds are IPX4 water-safe, and also include an “industrial grade thermoplastic exterior”. There’s additionally an acoustic mesh in the ports that should assist keep out water and debris. The wireless earbuds are said to keep going for as long as eight hours on a single charge. Talking about which, the Bose Sport Open Earbuds require two hours to completely charge, and a 30-minute charge should give up to 3 hours of juice. The wireless earbuds are equipped with Bluetooth 5.1 for connectivity.
Both earbuds have a button each for launching voice assistant, and controlling music playback. There are microphones on each earbud too. The wireless earbuds additionally comes with a carrying case and a charging base that are valued at $29.95 ( ₹2,200 approx) and $19.95 ( ₹1,500 approx), respectively.