Coloud—a brand new line of highly durable headphones at a price point that won’t break the bank! Coloud takes a no fuss approach to the concept of sound. Coloud is known for having loud and print-heavy headphones so I was very happy when they released the Pop, Knock & Pop! Clean, classic and minimal—just the way I like it!
These would make great Christmas presents as well! Not to mention the super awesome packaging (check it out here). Coloud is Available at Digital Walker, Beyond the Box, Astrovision and Urban Athletics!
Each pair of Coloud headphones also comes equipped with a microphone and remote on the cord for picking up calls. Another great thing about Coloud is it won’t get tangled because the cord is flat! With other earphones/headphones, I take more time untangling the damn thing than listening to the song, haha!
BOOM: The Boom is a rough and ready headphone designed to deliver your daily dose of music. Outside noise stays out thanks to the Boom’s closed construction, while minimal parts mean less weight on your head. (Php1,850)
KNOCK: ergonomically designed to provide non-stop comfort. It’s an ultra lightweight headphone that’s strong enough to withstand the pressures of everyday listening. It delivers a sound that is clear and distinct and comes with the patent-pending Zound Lasso that holds the flat cable in place, so that your cord won’t get tangled during transport. (Php1,450)
POP: The Pop is a highly durable headphone that’s perfect to bring with you wherever you go. With a direct sound and powerful bass, the Pop eliminates any audio pollution around you, allowing you to focus on your music. (Php950)
3. Tweet this “I want to win #Coloud pop headphones from #davidguison and @digitstrading! Join here: http://davidguison.com #DGxColoud” (mention which headphones you want to win)— please don’t tag me.
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I’ll announce the winners on December 1, 2012. Good luck and happy holidays!68 notes blog comments powered by Disqus