If you’ve never heard of the LEOPHILE EEL Wireless Neckband Headphones before, you’re definitely going to want to check them out. This is a bold new take on the “neckbud” form factor, which couples traditional Bluetooth earbuds with a neckband that provides a more comfortable fit and less pull on your ear canals. These neckbuds are special though, because the neckband portion is flexible and you can turn it into a bracelet to carry it around while you’re not listening to music. These buds also sound great, and their IP67 rated for dust and water-resistance.
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These headphones usually cost £329.95.
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