These Lightweight Headphones Weigh Only 33 Grams And Feature An Off-Ear Design

Perfect for working out!

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Have you ever gone for a run while wearing wireless headphones or earphones?

Chances are, they get really stuffy over time, or become too slippery and keep falling off.

Well, Sony's new Float Run headphones offers a solution for that!

Sony just unveiled their innovative off-ear design headphones that deliver the best of Sony's audio without the stuffy feeling of regular headphones. reports that the product initially started as a crowdfunding project by the brand, but soon turned to an official product following the positive reception.

The Float Run headphones were designed with comfort in mind

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Weighing only 33 grams, the headphones are as light as they can be. You can also enjoy a stress-free listening experience since your ears wont chafe against the headphones thanks to it's off-ear design.

Additionally, the headphones are suitable for anyone thanks to its flexible neckband shape that's positioned behind the user's head, so you can count on it to stay in place.

According to Sony, the headphones also feature more natural and wider sound thanks to its 16mm driver and precise tuning

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Additional features include IPX4 water-resistance, a 10-hour battery life, and a built-in microphone. Sony also claims that a quick 10-minute charge will give the headphones up to an hour of playback time.

Ultimately, Sony wants to deliver a satisfying sound experience to consumers while still keeping in touch with their surroundings

Since the headphones doesn't fully cover your ear canals, you can still enjoy your music and still be aware of your surroundings. Pretty cool, right?

The Sony Float Run will be retailing at RM599 in Malaysia starting from May 2023. Find out more about these headphones on their website.

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