I cannot imagine a person who would say no to a pair of wireless earbuds with unlimited battery life. The idea of using the power of the Sun to keep your devices charging whenever you get some light is incredibly appealing.
Innovative solar-powered earbuds that promise exactly that are coming to us from the Swedish audio brand Urbanista. Honestly, having the option to charge your earbuds just by exposing them to any light – so either outdoor or indoor – sounds like a dream!
Inspired by big city lights and a fast-paced cosmopolitan atmosphere, Urbanista’s new offering not only looks stunning but it also seems perfect for a life on the go.
Urbanista Phoenix Features:
- Hybrid ANC
- Powerfoyle™ solar cell material
- Six microphones
- 32 hours of playtime
- IPX4 water resistance
- Custom-fit silicone tips
- Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity
Let The Light Charge Your Earbuds
With Phoenix, you get up to eight hours of playtime on a single charge and up to 32 hours using the case. But that is not all! The charging case is covered with Powerfoyle™ solar cell material so it continuously recharges when exposed to any light. This could mean a practically limitless battery life; no more looking for an outlet and meddling with cables! The ingenious solar-powered charging case gives you unlimited extended listening time, and it is also a great way to use a sustainable energy source as much as possible.
Enjoy crystal clear calls or your favorite music in any environment! These cutting-edge buds feature advanced noise canceling technology that efficiently removes outside noises when you want to enjoy pure audio without distractions. You can also choose Transparency mode to stay aware of your surroundings when in traffic or similar.
Phoenix comes with intuitive touch controls, intelligent voice assistance, and an app that offers plenty of customization options.
Urbanista Phoenix come in two beautiful colorways: Midnight Black and Desert Rose. They will become available later this year and will cost $149. You can sign up for updates on their website.
Learn more at Urbanista.com.