« House of Marley Jammin' Earphones | Main | High Definition Television: the Creation, Development, and Implementation of HDTV Technology »

House of Marley Headphones

The line of earphones from The House of Marley shows the Marley emphasis on distinctive and earth-friendly design (see previous post).

Then the Marley headphone line provides a larger canvas for this theme, including lightweight padded headbands made from natural canvas, soft leather ear cushions to isolate outside sounds, plus recyclable aluminum housing accents and stainless steel.

For example, the basic Rebel headphones for $69.99 feature 40mm moving coiled drivers in the metallic earpieces.

The canvas headband has grommets along the outer edges, and comes in dubwise (white), midnight (black), and colorful rasta styles, with catchy designs on the underside and even in the earcups.

And the similar Revolution headphones start at $89.99, or add a three-button Apple controller for $99.99.

These bring strong styles to the headband and earcups, with midnight (black) and especially the revolution (camo) design. The earcups also fold for easier travel.

For other distinctive looks, check out the Exodus model with recycled wood headband ($149.99) and Stir It Up model with beech wood and tanned leather earcups ($199.99).

See also my summer update on gadgets -- Portable Accessories - Mid 2012 -- for more on Portable Video, Audio, Photo, Power, and Cases.

Find the House of Marley Rebel and
Revolution headphones on Amazon.com

Manifest Tech Site