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Bose QC35 Wireless Headphones

Bose´s best noise-canceling headphones have finally gone wireless! The new QC35 Wireless Headphones have the same around-ear design as Bose´s previous wired QuietComfort offerings, and the same noise cancelling tech they´re known for, but now have wireless Bluetooth streaming with instant NFC pairing. They also feature up to 20 hours of wireless battery life and 40 hours of wired battery life, which is more than enough for the longest of long haul trips. The QuietComfort 35 headphones are available in either black or silver.

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BONX

Bonx is dubbed as the first wearable walkie-talkie, using Bluetooth technology, and pairing with your mobile phone via an app. It features two buttons that you can tap to set it on or use simple hands-free voice commands. It´s in fact a single ear-piece that allows you to stay in touch with your friends while enjoying your outdoors activities. It´s light, funky and a great idea if you want to keep in touch with your ski buddies on the slopes, on your kayak trips or ...
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PHILIPS WIRELESS PORTABLE SPEAKER

Looking for an affordable Portable Bluetooth Speaker? check out Philips´s latest wireless portable speaker, a sleek lightweight device with brilliant sound in a slim body. The BT2500B/37 delivers great sound quality and volume thanks to an anti-clipping function for loud, distortion free music. Other features include a stylish aluminum knob, an anti-slip rubber grip on the back, and a built-in microphone for hands-free phone calls. Learn more from Philips, o...
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PIEPS AVALANCHE TRANSCEIVERS

If you´re an experienced snow rider, you´re most probably into Backcountry skiing in remote places, but the thrill of riding on unpatrolled areas can be hazardous due to, exhaustion, weather, cliffs, rock fall, tree wells, and scariest of all - avalanches. Pieps develop transceivers for backcountry skiers who regularly venture into serious terrain, they are equipped with all the cutting-edge features needed for the purpose of finding people or equipment buried under...
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