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7Gadgets: Ear Sports Headphones
2014-07-05 7:35pm -07:00T Visit 7Gadgets


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In-line microphone to make/take phone calls
Sit comfortably in front of (not in or over) the ear, using patent pending bone conduction technology to deliver stereophonic sound to the inner ear
Open ear design lets you make/take phone calls and stay connected to your music and the outside world – even when skiing, running, biking etc.
Hear important sounds, including oncoming traffic, car horns, ambulances or other warning noises, potentially preventing accidents

Ear Sports Headphones

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