EAN-130851451003696   EAN-13 barcode 0851451003696
UPC-A851451003696   UPC-A barcode 851451003696
Product NameThe Pipeline Earbuds With Built-In Microphone & Wood-Bead Cord
CategoryElectronics / Photography
Short DescriptionHeight:30.5 inches / Length:30.5 inches / Weight:0.25 pounds / Width:0.35 inches
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Price New39.99 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Long DescriptionThe Pipeline Earbuds with Built-In Microphone & Wood-Bead Cord: That great feeling when it all comes together: the right look, the right feel, the right sound. That's what's happening here. Clean, clear sound for your music and phone combined with a soulful style you can wear anytime. Like all of the DuneTunes styles, there's an inline mic for hands free talking, and a magnetic clasp to hold the headphones on your neck. Always at the ready. The PIPELINE is handmade from high quality natural wood beads in tan and brown with silver metallic cross shapes at intervals. The audio pin, microphone and earbuds are glossy black. Keep your DuneTunes headphones in the included signature pouch with the extra silicone earbuds and the black 26" extender cable. The actual headphones are 31" long, so that gives you the option of 57" between you and your device. Plenty of slack to leave it in your pocket or backpack. And use the on/off switch on the built in mic to answer those calls-- or not. Features Include: In line microphone for hands free talking on the phone 3.5mm audio pin works with iPhone, iPad, iPod or MP3 players Magnets hold the headphones on your neck even while jogging Comes with 3 sizes of silicone earbuds for maximum comfort A 26" extender is included so you can keep your phone or MP3 player in your pocket or backpack Materials: wood and metal beads, stereo headphone wire,silicone buds, and audio pin, magnetic clasp Electronics Not Included. Dimensions: 31"L x 0.25"W x 0.25"H; 0.01 lbs.
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