House of Marley Releases Wood Headphones Ahead of Earth Day
Eco-friendly audio maker, House of Marley, has announced the first release of its 2019 collection for Earth Day. Exodus by House of Marley is an over-ear Bluetooth wireless headphone designed with FSC certified wood, recyclable aluminum and natural leather.
Dubbed the “best new headphones of CES 2019” by CNET, notable features of the Exodus include its 30-hour battery life, the longest for House of Marley headphones to date. With its 50mm hi-definition drivers, the Exodus delivers a balanced acoustic performance with a timeless natural style. Its Bluetooth LE technology allows for quick and seamless pairing, extended range and lower power consumption. Beyond its technology, the headphones also feature Memory Foam ear cushions that provide comfortable listening.
“We aimed to design an over-ear headphone that can be listened to for long periods without discomfort or acoustic fatigue, offers premium construction and incorporates sustainable materials while focusing on heritage and retro-inspired design elements,” explains House of Marley Director of Product Development, Josh Poulsen. “In the case of the Exodus, sustainability means more than just the materials from which the headphone is constructed. The quality craftsmanship means product life is extended and the emphasis on comfort allows the user to sustain longer listening sessions.”
To extend their mission even further, House of Marley will be donating to the planting of trees this month through non-profit organization, One Tree Planted. Roots will be planted in Colorado, Kenya, and Rwanda. House of Marley’s efforts over the years have contributed to the planting of some 168,000 around the world.
The Exodus is available now at HouseofMarley.com, Amazon, and select retails nationwide for $199.99.