The B&O Play Earset ($299) is a redesigned and wireless version of the company’s first Earset that was released over a decade ago. Like its predecessor, the new Earset has adjustable ear-hooks and a 90s aesthetic based on Anders Hermansen’s original design. It’s also almost entirely made of anodized aluminum. The main difference, aside from being wireless, is that the new Earset packs much-upgraded internals: a 14.2mm electro-dynamic driver, integrated cabinet with two acoustic vents, a bass port and digital equalizers inside the Bluetooth chipset. As a result, they promise to sound significantly better. The new Earset has an integrated three-button remote and mic. It also charges via USB-C and has a five-hour battery life.

The B&O Play Earset is available in two colors, graphite brown (available now) and white (coming June 1).

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