Hammacher Schlemmer Introduces the Finger Swipe Headphones at $150

Hammacher Schlemmer has introduced a new pair of Bluetooth headphones that promise to be more convenient for the user. It connects wirelessly to your smartphone, tablet or any other Bluetooth enabled music player. But that is not the defining feature of the new pair of headphones. The extra convenience comes from the feature that enables you to control the volume and the music playback by swiping your finger along one of the earpieces. You don’t have to fumble for buttons when you want to change the track that is playing or control the volume. This feature will definitely differentiate this gizmo from the other headphones in the market.

The music Stops When You Receive a Call on Your Phone
You simply have to slide a finger up and down the left earpiece in order to raise or lower the volume. The controls are built into the left earpiece and when you swipe a finger horizontally you can advance or rewind a track. If the headphone is connected to your phone the music will stop automatically when an incoming call is received. There is a built in microphone that allows the user to answer the call hands free without going back to the device to activate or deactivate anything. The headphones have a powerful battery backup which allows the user to use it for 10 hours on a one hour recharge.

Finger Swipe Headphones
Its 40mm Drivers Deliver Rich Sound From Any Audio Source
The white headphones have a dimension of 8″ L x 8″ W x 3″ D and weigh a mere 8 oz. It has a frequency response of 20Hz to 2KHz and its 40mm drivers deliver rich sound from any audio source. It has been designed to ensure user comfort. It is not only lightweight but there are soft padding on the ear cups and headpiece so that you don’t become uncomfortable even if you continue wearing it for hours. It is convenient to store also as it folds down for compact storage in the zippered hard case that comes with the headphones. They are compatible with non Bluetooth devices and connects through an auxiliary port and cable. There is a USB cable for charging the battery. The headphones have been priced at $150.