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WoodTones Earbuds Made from Reclaimed Wood

Griffin Technology, one of the world’s foremost creators of innovations for everyday life, launched WoodTones today – earbuds made with wood reclaimed from other manufacturing processes. These left-over bits of responsibly harvested wood, which would have otherwise been burned or tossed in a landfill, are polished to a smooth satin finish, displaying the singular qualities of the woodgrain; no two pieces are alike. As housings for the earbuds’ microdrivers, the wood reveals its excellent acoustic qualities.

WoodTones come packaged inside a drawstring carrying pouch made of natural hemp fiber. Each set of WoodTones is a one-of a kind artifact that will reveal layers of nuance in listeners’ favorite music that they’ve been missing with ordinary earbuds.

WoodTones features include:

  • Lightweight enclosures made from real reclaimed wood
  • Wooden housings that enhance voice and bass frequencies without coloring the sound
  • 8 mm neodymium magnet drivers for powerful sound
  • Soft silicone ear cushions for added comfort, with three size options
  • 4 feet of smooth, black cable giving ample room for movement
  • Included drawstring carrying pouch made of natural hemp fiber

Griffin’s WoodTones are available beginning today for $29.99 at www.griffintechnology.com/woodtones.

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3 Responses to “WoodTones Earbuds Made from Reclaimed Wood”

  1. Elena says:

    They look pretty cool!

  2. Marcie W. says:

    These seem like a cool way to help the environment and own some unique earbuds at the same time!

  3. Alyshia says:

    My husband stays with earbuds in he would really like these thanks for the review!

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