Germans do things better, don’t they? Apart from hair, clothes, music and food: them Germans do things better.
Technology for instance: check out these slick-as earphones from a company based in Munich called BRAGI. They’re not only super-suave they’re the world’s first wireless in-ear headphones, meaning they’re jumble-free and them annoying entanglements get the day off. Forever.
It’s not just that though: you also get touch control, 4GB of storage, a built-in music player, a slightly difficult to comprehend but rather ace “transparent” audio feature in which the user can switch to ambient noise with one swipe on the surface, and built-in sesnors that can measure fitness types’ pace, steps, cadence and distance as well as monitor your heart rate and oxygen saturation.
If they fall out of your eye and into your steiner, it doesn’t matter either. They’re also waterproof.
They’re a just-affordable $200 them from Kickstarter.com. And , trust us, you want them bad.