Orcas 2.0 Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds by Outdoor Tech
Make wires a thing of the past with the high-fidelity wireless streaming of the Outdoor Tech Orcas 2. 0 Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds. Great for intense workout sessions, powder days at the resort, long bike rides, and any other fast-paced activity, these Bluetooth buds are sweat and splash-resistant, ensuring you won't ruin 'em when you forget to wear your headband, or a bit of outside moisture hits them (think face-spraying pow turns). Not only do these deliver high-fidelity listening with their audio-enhancing aptX and C codecs, but they also include a built-in mic for hands-free use, should your workout session be interrupted by an important call. In addition, a three-button inline control allows you to play/pause, change tracks, control volume, and answer calls with the touch of a button. These earbuds have a rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery that offers 6 hours of play/call time and 150 hours of standby time, and they charge with the included USB cable. These buds conform to a wide variety of ear shapes with three different ear pads and two secure-fit ear cushions. Outdoor Tech will donate one dollar with every purchase to the Whaleman Foundation, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to research, education, conservation, and wildlife film production focused on cetaceans (that's dolphins, whales, and porpoises to you non-biologists).
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