The Panasonic RP- BTS50 Headphones Are Made For Running

Are you a fitness enthusiast? Do you enjoy working out?

Does good music pump you up while exercising? Are you looking for a pair of earphones to make your workout more fun? We’ve got you covered!

Panasonic’s newly launched Bluetooth Sports Earphones RP-BTS-50 are just the right thing for you. The earphones are designed keeping in mind the requirements of fitness focussed customers who are looking for quality audio products to carry along with ease.

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Here’s what makes the Panasonic Bluetooth Sports Earphones RP-BTS-50 a perfect buy for your workouts:

The earphones come with IPX5 protection- a waterproofing technology that safeguards your earphones from sweat and heavy rainfall thus making it highly durable.

The device comes equipped with a flex hanger, a quick fit adjuster and a canal fit that ensures it stays in place even during a strenuous workout. The earphones are designed with a flat cable in order to reduce tough and sharp noise ensuring comfort for the user.

To enhance safety during a night workout, the earphones are embedded with blue LED lights on the edge for added visibility.

While fully charged, the battery life lasts for up to six hours. With just 15 minutes of charging, the battery sustains for up to 70 minutes. The 12 mm removable driver is compatible with aptX audio codec and AAC audio format. The Bluetooth allows you to connect the device to your phone and receive calls on the go.

With so much to offer, the Panasonic Bluetooth Sports Earphones RP-BTS-50 are available for purchase on leading online portals and retail stores across India for Rs. 8,999.

With a design that takes care of so many factors other than just audio requirements for a fitness buff, the earphones will make your workout experience livelier and will help keep up the energy.

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Picture courtesy – panasonic.com


by techtalks @TechTalks April 28, 2017 6:58 AM UTC

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