The House of Marley, the first FSC certified consumer electronics company in the US, has revealed its latest affordable premium headphones designed with sustainability in mind: Exodus, available for $199.99.
First seen at CES 2019, the Exodus headphones come in two iterations – Active-Noise Cancelling (available in September 2019) and non-noise cancelling (available now).
Named for the ninth studio album from Jamaican reggae band front manned by Bob Marley, the models are made with FSC certified wood with stainless steel, recycled aluminium and natural leather.
They boast quick recharge and 24+ hours of battery life – the non-noise cancelling Exodus claims to offer up to 30 hours.
The all-new Exodus over-ear wireless headphones feature 50mm hi-def drives and memory foam ear cushions for comfort as well as offering a foldable hinge design, onboard mic and remote functionality for convenience.
The Exodus ANC have all these specs and focus on providing superior noise cancellation and comfort.
The House of Marley claim the Exodus ANC can offer up to 24+ hour battery life with ANC and BT on, and 40 hours with BT only.
The long battery life will surely appeal to avid travellers who care about the materials their products utilise.
The Exodus headphones are available for MAP $199.99, the Exodus ANC is slated to go on sale in September 2019 at MAP $249.99.