The batteries last up to 5 hours and is IPX4 rated to resist water and sweat. The SoundSport Free comes with a charging case that magnetically holds each earbud in place. It also provides two additional full charges for up to 10 more hours of battery life.
“When not stowed away, a new “Find My Buds” feature on the Bose Connect App displays the last time and place they were used to locate them quickly,” according to a release. The Bose SoundSport Free will come in three colours – Black, Midnight Blue and Bright Orange for Rs 18,990.
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On the other hand, the company also launched the SoundLink Micro Bluetooth speaker for Rs 8,990. It’s a rugged speaker and comes with IPX7 waterproof rating. Bose claims it to be the “smallest, most rugged, portable speaker yet.” It supports both “Siri” and “Ok Google” Assistants. You can also take calls on it and lasts up to 6 hours.
“When used with the Bose Connect app, it can sync with other SoundLink speakers for Stereo Mode (left-right channel) or Party Mode (to play music simultaneously),” said Bose. The Bose SoundLink Micro speaker comes in Black, Midnight Blue and Bright Orange. Both the new products will be available from 7 February.
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