And audio companies collaborate with other brands from time to time to release limited versions of headphones and speakers. Master & Dynamic may be the largest producer in this area, but others do as well.
Yoon Ahn, co-founder and creative director of Ambush, explained that she was inspired by the lively Tokyo nightlife while working on the project with Beats.
She said, “I live in the middle of Shibuya, and I have always been inspired by the cityscape at night,” And I thought it’d be really cool to design a product that can capture the energy of the city itself when you’re out late at night listening to music.
The headphones come at a price of $ 199.95, an increase of $ 50 compared to the regular model that debuted in the spring.
The headphones represent a collaboration between Beats and design company Ambush, with the Ambush logo printed near the iconic Beats logo.
And this Powerbeats model glows bright green in the dark, turns subtle in daylight, and there’s also a branded Ripstop case to hold the speakers.
The Powerbeats incandescent headphones can be useful to street runners in the dark, and they offer up to 15 hours of battery life and are IPX4 sweatproof.
They also include the Apple H1 chip for seamless pairing, hands-free voice commands, and deliver sound quality essentially similar to the Powerbeats Pro wireless headphones.
And Powerbeats are the right earbuds for the price, especially if you’re looking for something to use during workouts, and there are physical buttons, which means they’re more reliable than the increasingly common touch panels.
Glow-in-the-dark Powerbeats can be purchased starting today at the Apple website.