Volution Bluetooth headset concept is fashionably inconspicuous

Volution Bluetooth headset concept is fashionably inconspicuous
Most states are banning drivers from talking or texting on their mobile phones – all the while trying to support hands free communication. Love it or hate it, you sometimes have to just wonder when you stroll down the street and see someone walking past you as they talk aimlessly to themselves. Bluetooth headsets are constantly becoming more powerful, sleeker, and combine new technologies to make them evolve. Now here's one that combines the technology and fashion world together – the Volution Bluetooth headset by designer Fandi Meng. Sure it has that high fashion design that rests so inconspicuously onto the ear and doesn't seem too far-fetched to become a reality. There's a touch sensitive sensor that will allow you to pick up and end a phone call – while the microphone is coiled around to present an almost satellite look. It might not fit for all occasions, but we're sure it could pass for a piece of jewelry from a far glance.

source: Fandi Meng via Gizmodo




Volution Bluetooth headset concept is fashionably inconspicuous
Volution Bluetooth headset concept is fashionably inconspicuous

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5 Comments

1. ops6047 unregistered

It about time.. now the need something for men all chrome or brushed steel... possibly

2. cj100570

Posts: 204; Member since: May 12, 2009

FUGLY!

3. jskrenes

Posts: 209; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

I thought it looked cool until I saw that the mic is coiled around and out so far. If it was just the little ball, I could dig it, but that coil is so big and impractical, you may as well just wear a regular headset.

4. Mayday3420

Posts: 61; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

Think it looks better than a regular bluetooth but def not for guys at all.

5. piratejb

Posts: 22; Member since: Jan 08, 2009

wow lame and douchy.

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