Not long ago we were talking about Beats collaboration with techwear label A-COLD-WALL* and afterward the release of its new Fit Pro Earbuds. Only a couple of weeks later, the company is now launching a limited-edition collaboration with brand fragment design.
This is not the first time both companies work together. In fact, the Japanese label and Beats already released the monochromatic Powerbeats Pros earbuds at the beginning of this year. Now, they teamed up to drop the Beats Flex Bluetooth earphones.
The special edition Flex earbuds feature Fujiwara Hiroshi’s signature minimalistic and monochromatic design, which is actually in the same line as the previous collaboration. They come in a total black shade and contrasting details are provided by the branding in white shades.
There’s a “FRGMT” and thunderbolt logo on the volume control module and microphone. According to designer Hiroshi Fujiwara, “nothing is as sophisticated and refined as the black-on-black colorway”.
The recently launched product provides a personalized fit thanks to the lightweight, magnetic Flex-Form neckband with auto-play/pause and the four ear tip options. A full charge can last up to 12 hours of total listening time.
Beats Flex earbuds
They also comprise a built-in microphone, wind reduction tech for clarity, a 10-minute fast fuel charging for one hour and a half of playback, connectivity power by the Apple W1 chip, Class 1 Bluetooth, a custom acoustic platform and Find My compatibility.
The limited-edition Flex earbuds have been available since yesterday at Apple’s website for a price of $70 USD. You can take a closer look at them here.
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