Loving These Louis Vuitton Earbuds? You Will Have To Pay Over Rs 71,000

Harin - Jan 20, 2020


Loving These Louis Vuitton Earbuds? You Will Have To Pay Over Rs 71,000

Want something more premium than Apple AirPods Pro? Take a look at these earbuds from luxury fashion brand Louis Vuitton.

If you think that the Apple AirPods Pro earbuds are still not up to your standards and want something more premium, take a look at these earbuds from luxury fashion brand Louis Vuitton. Recently, Louis Vuitton and Master & Dynamic partnered to make fashionable earbuds. With these earbuds, your fashion, as well as your lifestyle appeal, would be significantly enhanced.

The earbuds, called Louis Vuitton Horizon, is actually a glorified version of the MW07 Plus wireless earphone from Master & Dynamic. The original retail price of the earbuds is $299. The earbuds are equipped with Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity and they can work within 30 meters.

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The earbuds, called Louis Vuitton Horizon, is actually a glorified version of the MW07 Plus from Master & Dynamic.

In terms of specifications, the Louis Vuitton Horizon has 10mm beryllium drivers that can produce a warm sound signature. For seamless interactions, there is a voice-assistant. The earbuds also have Active Noise Cancellation to block out environmental noises. And if you want to be aware of your surroundings, there is also an ambient listening mode.

On a single charge, the earbuds can last for 10 hours. The wireless charging case has the same shape as the Tambour Horizon watch from Louis Vuitton with sapphire glass and can last 20 hours. Charging is through a USB-C cable.

There are five colors to choose from jet black, pristine white, bright red-pink, and neon yellow. Pristine white and pink earphones have a stainless steel case in silver color. Bright red and neon yellow earphones come in a stainless steel case coated in matte black PVD while the jet black earphones are packed in a polished gunmetal case.

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There are five colors to choose from jet black, pristine white, bright red-pink, and neon yellow.

In terms of pricing, the retail price of the Louis Vuitton Horizon is $1,090 or Rs 71,000. So if you want something more premium than the AirPods Pro, check out these Louis Vuitton earbuds.

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