As with the rest of the House of Marley line of headphones, the newest addition to the family, the Champion, are true wireless in design and made using eco-conscious materials.
The Champion true wireless earbuds are made using renewable bamboo REGRIND natural fibre composite and REGRIND recycled silicone. They offer up to eight hours of battery life per charge and come with a compact charging case that boosts life to up to 28 hours total and is 30% smaller than the case that comes with the popular Liberate Air true wireless earbuds. Use the USB-C quick charge technology to get up to two hours more of use after a quick 15-minute charge.
The buds seal nicely in your ears, offering an ergonomic fit and noise isolation, says House of Marley. They are IPX4 certified for water and sweat resistance and feature single button controls on each side for playing, pausing, changing tracks, and taking calls on the go. Enjoy stereo sound while listening to music and making and taking calls.
“This year marks the 10th anniversary for House of Marley as an eco-minded audio maker,” says Josh Poulson, Director of Product Development at House of Marley. “With that, we wanted to offer a greener alternative within the under $70 category for true wireless earbuds.”
In addition to being made using sustainable materials, the earbuds also come in 100% recyclable, plastic-free packaging – it’s made of FSC-certified paper and paper fibres. The case, meanwhile, includes a braided charging cord made of 99% postconsumer recyclable polyester.
The House of Marley Champion true wireless earbuds will be available for a MAP of US$70 starting November 24.