Phiaton BT 390 Foldable Headphones: Perfect for Commuters

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We’re big fans of Phiaton headphones, and I’ve no doubt that their latest will be popular, too. Introducing the Phiaton BT 390 Foldable Headphones; they have a minimalistic and easy to carry design. At $79 on Amazon, you’ll want to snatch a pair for yourself.

Phiaton BT 390 Foldable Headphones: Perfect for Commuters

The Phiaton BT 390 Foldable Headphones have 40mm drivers which deliver an “optimized vibration system” with “extra emphasis on high-frequency clarity and an improved sound stage.” Oversized Neodymium magnets “provide a rich, commanding bass.” The headphones also have Bluetooth 4.1 which provides “improved sound quality and a long battery life for 30 hours of non-stop playing time.”

Phiaton BT 390 Foldable Headphones: Perfect for Commuters

Phiaton BT 390 Foldable Headphones have:

Padded ear and head pads offer a comfortable fit for long flights, while the fold and go design makes these compact headphones ideal for commuters and frequent travelers, as they may be easily stored in carry-on luggage and shoulder bags.

Phiaton BT 390 Foldable Headphones: Perfect for Commuters

The Phiaton BT 390 Foldable Headphones have multifunction buttons and a microphone on the ear cups so you can control your music and calls on the go. You can connect up to two Bluetooth devices to the headphones at the same time, and if your battery runs out (or your device is not BT-enabled) “Everplay-X technology will keep your music going”; I assume that means there’s an included aux cable.

Phiaton BT 390 Foldable Headphones: Perfect for Commuters

You can check out the $79 Phiaton BT 390 Foldable Headphones on Amazon now.

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Judie Lipsett Stanford
I've had a fascination with all types of gadgets and gizmos since I was a child, beginning with the toy robot that my grandmother gave my brother - which I promptly "relieved him of" in 1973. I'm a self-professed gadget magpie. I can't tell you how everything works, but I'm known world-wide for using a product until I have a full understanding of what it does, what its limitations are, and if it excels in any given area — or not.