Urbanista Los Angeles Solar-powered headphones are mesmerizingly well built and stylish headphones. The battery life of wireless models has changed a lot over the years, but it’s still far from being perfect, and those wide head bands gives the best surface especially for the solar cell’s sheet for providing continuous speedy charging.
Urbanista is not the 1st company which is attempting to make better of this idea, JBL announced a pair of its own headphones in the year of 2019 that it was actually being forced to not launched due to the corona virus pandemic, however its Los Angeles are the first solar-powered headphones actually that have taken a step into the market. Although the design pattern is almost similar to the company’s existing Miami headphones, a layer of Power Foyle solar cells, which is on the head band permits them to continuously absorb the solar energy when it is exposed to dark light. Urbanista estimates the average listener might be able to go months without any need to charge them up.
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☆ The headphones are equipped with the noise cancelling feature in it.
☆ it produces tight and punchy sound.
☆ The solar cells for charging perform in an excellent way.
☆ It is not equipped with the 3.5 mm port, especially for wired connections.
☆ Tight fitting on the bigger heads, the clients feels uncomfortable because of excessive tightness on their heads.
☆ works under the conditions that are much optimum.
It is available in colour black and sand gold. If you are a kind of adventurous person then sand gold colour will prove to be the best choice for you. The other colours will also be suggested by the company, but reports are claiming that it will not seem so good with the gold colour choice. The urbanista solar heed phone’s cost is $199.