CHIPS® – Universal Bluetooth Wireless All-In-One Headphones – Kickstarter

CHIPS® – Universal Bluetooth Wireless All-In-One Headphones – Kickstarter

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Outdoor Tech®: the same outdoor designer brand that delivered the Turtle Shell® and Big Turtle Shell® in their first two Kickstarter projects continues to have the biggest and best line of Bluetooth audio products on the market. We’re now asking for your help to launch the CHIPS® All-In-One Headphones.
The CHIPS® were born from the constant frustration of trying to listen to music, make/take calls, and ask Siri those ever important questions while on the mountain.

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We knew we wanted incredible sound so we included 40MM drivers. We wanted our fingers to stay toasty warm, so we made over-sized buttons to control everything with gloved hands. We also knew it needed to stand up to the elements: IPX4 and the ability to handle frigid temps (-20°C/-4°F). With a built-in mic we could take calls and leave our phone in our pocket.
A year of development and the CHIPS® were born.

To expand the CHIPS® from primarily being used in snow helmets, to a true All-In-One Headphone solution we’re introducing the following accessories so you can use the CHIPS® in any setting.

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Best of all, we no longer have to worry about dropping our phone while on the chairlift.

Amazing audio performance on the mountain left us feeling a bit of a letdown with our everyday headphones, so we’ve created an accessory line to allow us to use our CHIPS® in any setting.

Wireless or Wired – the CHIPS® are ready for anything – killer sound with 40mm drivers, amazing acoustics, and a rugged and durable design.

Patent Information:

US Pat D704,676

China Pat ZL 2013 3 0218220.8

European Pat Design 002230466-0001

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