Fairphone introduces the modular and environmentally friendly headphones Fairbuds XL

Dutch Fairphone has expanded its range through the wireless headphones Fairbuds XL. Just like the company’s phones, the idea with the headphones is that they should impact the environment as little as possible and that they should last a long time.

As the picture below illustrates, the headphones have a modular design with 11 separate parts. The idea is that users should be able to fix the headphones themselves in case they break and replace individual components, instead of “wearing it out” and buying a whole new pair. The company will sell spare parts.

Fairbuds XL has 40mm dynamic speaker elements, active noise reduction, and a mode that can let in external sound if needed. Through an associated Android app, users get, among other things, an EQ to calibrate the sound image.

Regarding the material, Fairtrade gold is used. All aluminum and “tin solder paste” is recycled, as well as 80 percent of all plastic in the construction. The ear cushions are made of artificial leather and the accompanying case is made entirely of recycled textiles.

The price is 259 euros when the headphones are ordered from Fairphone’s website. Fairbuds XL are sold in green and black.

Source: Swedroid by swedroid.se.

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