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Philips | ONeill Headphones

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Philips and O'Neill, have joined forces to launch a line of headphones designed to withstand the rigors of an active lifestyle: the new premium line of Philips | O'Neill Headphones gives you long-lasting durability and complete comfort so you can enjoy the music that fuels you every day, for as long as you want, no matter what you put them through.

The high performance Philips | O'Neill Headphones were tested on the toughest O'Neill team riders and specifically designed around the demands of those who live life to the fullest. They will never let you down, wherever you take them or however energized the sounds or action they accompany.

The Philips | O'Neill Headphone collection features four different styles, each completely unique and simple in design, yet able to withstand the challenges of the most dynamic active lifestyle.

Inspired by the heavy-duty materials and styling of wetsuit materials, The Stretch ($99) headphones — the toughest in the new line-up — delivers high performance. Both impact and high stress-crack resistant, it retains flexibility and strength for a whole new level in headphone resilience.

All models in the Philips | O'Neill Headphones range offer something for the most active and toughest lifestyles. The Snug model ($59) does it all in style: a set of imposing flat-folding, headphones that deliver flawless fit and sound with bold graphics. The in-ear selection includes The Covert ($49), a discreet bud with deceptively powerful sound impact and iPhone control, while The Specked ($29) includes a range of three striking colored in-ear buds, with tough yet stylish tangle-free cords for longer listening experiences.

Price and Availability
The new Philips | O'Neill Headphones will be available at retail stores throughout Europe and the US in September 2010. See all models at Amazon.com.

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