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V-Moda Hexamove: TWS Headphones with Optional Neck Lanyard

Fully wireless Hexamove headphones have appeared in the V-Moda line. The model does not require a wired connection to the source, and also does not need a wire that connects the headphones themselves. Nevertheless, there is such a cord in the kit (only for the Pro version), but it is needed not for signal transmission, but for convenience: as planned by the company, the wire will come in handy to hang the headphones around your neck when not in use. Of course, this option contradicts the TWS concept itself, but it makes sense.

To date, the Hexamove series includes two models: Pro and Lite. Both received small 6mm speakers, but the manufacturer said the headphones will be able to deliver quality sound. You can adjust the sound character in the mobile app.

The older Pro version is equipped with interchangeable earbuds in three sizes, earhooks, interchangeable decorative overlays (like the full-size V-Moda headphones) and thus a neck cord. The headphones are IPX5 protected, so they are not afraid of moisture, but they are afraid of immersion in water. The built-in rechargeable batteries should last for 6 hours. The charging case will give you another 18 hours.

The Lite model is not equipped with replaceable pads (they can be purchased separately), but it is initially offered in different colors: black, red, white. The headphones also come with different sizes of ear cushions. The battery is no different from the Pro version. Access to the application with settings is also available.

In the US, both versions of Hexamove have already appeared on sale: for the Lite they asked for $ 130, for the Pro – $ 170.

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