Motorola introduces new S11-FLEX HD wireless headphones
The S11-FLEX behind-the-head headphones sport multiple ways to adjust to the shape of your head from a flexible frame to adjustable ear-buds. They will also stay secure because they also incorporate an over-the-ear design.
What is even more impressive is the claimed performance and specifications of these bad-boy-buds. The S11-FLEX HD headphones allow for rapid battery charging, 5 minutes will provide an hour of operation, and 15 minutes will top off three solid hours. They are sweat-proof, are equipped with dedicated volume controls, an EQ button, and a claimed range of 150 feet on Bluetooth. Naturally, you will be able to control your phone calls with them. Audio-wise, Motorola says to expect best-in-class HD sounds.
All-in-all, they look like they are ready to perform, and with so many ways to adjust them, they look like they will perform with good comfort. They are scheduled to be available on October 28th, and will cost about $130.
sources: Android Community, Motorola
Motorola S11-FLEX HD Headphones
1. Sleek from every angle
2. Adjust to the shape and size of your head
3. Over the ear and behind the head
4. Ears of all sizes
5. Dedicated controls
6. Snug behind the head
7. Adjustable length for ear-bud
8. Adjustable angles for ear-bud
9. Where "FLEX" comes in
3. PotDragon (banned) (Posts: 214; Member since: 22 Jul 2011)
In what universe? Try a set of PFE earbuds...then compare.
Total fail. Like you will see women on the subway with headphones wrapped around their head. Or people wearing sunglasses with plastic all the way around their dome. Or people wearing hats trying to get them to stay in place. Or....I could go on and on.
These will appeal to the same people who would wear a bluetooth in one ear and live in Mom's basement.
4. Contreramanjaro (Posts: 153; Member since: 04 Dec 2011)
What the hell are you on about?
They're bluetooth headphones, they need to stay connected and they can use the strap to contain the parts.
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5. Contreramanjaro (Posts: 153; Member since: 04 Dec 2011)
Money? $130 dollars as it says in the article. Though in my experience these things price drop instantly.
7. KingKurogiii (Posts: 5638; Member since: 23 Oct 2011)
i want to see you guys do a review on these.
8. Techboi (Posts: 84; Member since: 20 Sep 2012)
I wouldn't mine try them out but for $130! I'm good
9. jvrsavage (Posts: 5; Member since: 29 Jun 2012)
Definitely look cool but my plantronics backbeat 903 have had flexibility for years and still cost less than half than this product.