Fitbit's Flyer wireless headphones can brave the elements while also keeping users connected

When it comes to working out, sometimes in order to get a bit of an added boost, you want a little motivation in your ear. Although this can come in many forms, music is a great way to keep the energy high while also blasting through a workout. There are plenty of options when it comes to headphones but the selection gets a bit narrower when you're talking about products that are wireless and can withstand the elements. This is where Fitbit's latest wireless headphones come into play.

The Fitbit Flyer provides a low-profile design, while also offering a premium audio experience with Waves MaxxAudio technology. According to the firm, the headphones are "precision engineered with high-quality components" and it also offers two EQ settings for on the fly changes. As far as comfort, the headphones hug the ear thanks to its highly customizable fit with its interchangeable ear tips, wings, and fins. Naturally, since Flyer could be exposed to the elements, the headphones offer a durable design with its hydrophobic nano coating, making it resistant to rain, splashes, and sweat.

With its three button controller, users will be in complete control when it comes to calls and music, with the ability to summon digital assistants like Siri and Google Assistant. The firm promises around six hours of playtime with a single charge and high-quality voice calls thanks to its dual microphone. The Flyer is now available for pre-order from Fitbit's website for $129.95 and will be available globally from various retailers starting in October.

Source: Fitbit

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