Soundcore has just released an upgraded version of Spirit X… take a look!
Features & details
- Soundcore is Anker’s audio brand, Our signature sound is loved by 10 million+ people around the world. Spirit x [upgraded version] is part of our spirit Series of wireless earphones for sports and exercise.
- Sweat guard technology: Spirit x [upgraded version] implements a submarine-inspired structure and impermeable hydro-seal to defend the internal components against destructive liquids. It’s so strong that your headphones will last up to ×100 longer and prevents even sweat vapor from damaging your wireless earphones.
- Highest level of protection: Spirit x [upgraded version] wireless earphones also boast ip68-rated dust and waterproof protection so they’ll stand up to the dustiest of hikes, running in the rain, and complete submersion in water.
- Thumping bass: powered by oversized dynamic drivers that are 40% larger Than standard ones. Their composite Bio-cellulose diaphragm produces highly-detailed treble, and is surrounded by an ultra-elastic material that increases bass output. Spirit x [upgraded version] wireless earphones are also equipped with our exclusive BASSUP technology which uses a custom algorithm to conduct real-time analysis and instant bass intensification.
- Up to 18 hours of playtime: Spirit x [upgraded version] wireless earphones use the latest low-power consumption chipset and a high-capacity battery to fuel up to 18-hours of playtime. When you’re in a rush and need power fast, charge for just 10 minutes and get up to 3 hours of playtime.
- Tailored, customized fit: Flex-Form ear hooks can be adjusted to fit around your ears perfectly to ensure your earphones don’t move, even during extreme workouts.
The key differences seem to be IP68 water resistance (versus IPX7) and 18 hours of battery life (versus 12).
Pricing and Availability: Soundcore’s Spirit X is available to order now from amazon.com for a cost of $46.16, and should begin shipping within one to three months.
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