Bose launches QC Earbuds, Sport Earbuds, Frames in India
The QC Earbuds are priced at ₹26,990 in India, while the Sports Earbuds are priced at ₹17,990 in the country.
Bose on Tuesday launched a bunch of new devices in India. The list includes the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds, Sports Earbuds and Bose Frames in India.
The QC Earbuds are priced at ₹26,990 in India, while the Sports Earbuds are priced at ₹17,990 in the country. Both these devices are available for pre-orders starting October 6 and they will go on sale in India starting October 13 across Bose Premium stores, wholesale partner stores and e-commerce partners.
On the other hand, the Bose Frames are priced at ₹21,900 in India. Bose Frames are available in Tempo, Tenor and Soprano variants that are priced at ₹2,990, ₹1,990 and ₹2,990 respectively.
Coming to the features, the Bose QC Earbuds come with StayHear Max tips that create a soft-yet-tight seal. They come with 11 levels of noise control so that users can pick how much of the outside sound they want to let in. coming to the battery, the new QuietComfort Earbuds offer up to 18 hours of total listening time. They have a matte finish with metallic and gloss accents and come in two colors: Triple Black and Soapstone.
Talking about the Sports Earbuds, they also come with StayHear Max tip and they offer a battery life of up to 5 hours of battery life and a charging case that provides up to 10 hours of additional playback time. They come in Triple Black, Baltic Blue, and Glacier White colour variants. Additionally, they have Bluetooth 5.1 for connectivity and they come with IPX4 sweat resistant technology.
In addition to its earbuds, Bose launched the Bose Frames in Tempo, Tenor and Soprano variants. Bose says that while the Frames Tempo are engineered specifically for outdoor workouts — like biking, running, and climbing, the Frames Tenor and Soprano are designed for everyday use. Both of these Frames come with Bose's proprietary Open Ear Audio technology and they have polarized lenses that block up to 99% of UV rays.
The newly launched Bose Frames are up for pre-orders in India and they will go on sale in the country starting October 13 via Bose Premium stores, wholesale partner stores and e-commerce partners.
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