Light-up headphones will get you on Spotlight!
Headphones have become the need of every human being who uses a smartphone. But now the headphone companies started experimenting with the designs to attract their target groups. Now, most of the companies offer wireless Bluetooth headphones which are comparatively easy to use. To get themselves a step ahead, one of the gadget accessory and consumer electronics brand VingaJoy has launched a unique headphone series on Thursday. The HP-55 Glow Up series wireless Headphones has unique LED functioning and their price starts from Rs. 2149. These stylish and beautiful headphones produce advanced audio distribution for high-quality music. With these new series of Bluetooth, lighting headphones can light-up your room and also helps you stand out in the crowd.
Check out the design
With the proper R&D and the right use of technology in the design department, the wireless headphones come with Multicoloured glow up LEDs and also sports built-in attractive ergonomics design with extra comfort. As for battery life, it provides up to 8 hours of battery life with built-in li-ion rechargeable batteries.
What a feature!
Apart from the attractive lighting effect, the HP-55 Glow Up series have, the headphones also have premium noise isolation feature, whichallows for excellent, detailed sound by keeping the unwanted noise out while still allowing you to be aware of the surroundings.
“The HP-55 Glow Up offers premium music experience with clear acoustics, innovation in design with LED functioning and best in class comfort. Our team believes this is the ideal product for party enthusiasts who are always on the go and prefer the groovy designs with no compromise on sound quality.”
- Mandeep Arora, Co-Founder, Vingajoy
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