Wicked Audio Expands its Collection of Iconic Audio Products with Four New Headphones at CES 2019
Wicked Audio, manufacturers of stylish headphones for the musician, athlete and active soul in all of us, today announced four new additions to its iconic line of audio products at CES 2019. Each headphone is uniquely designed to take consumers through all of life’s adventures. They boast serious sound and high-fidelity bass, delivering a quality listening experience for rockers, skaters, and anyone else with a wicked lifestyle.
Dunmore is one of most versatile additions to Wicked Audio’s portfolio to date. This feature-packed, premium true wireless earbud sports an extended battery life, allowing users to jam for up to six hours without a charge. Its compact companion Powerbank charging case allows users to charge their buds along with other devices, such as smartphones and cameras, making it the ultimate travel accessory. Boasting an IPX5 waterproof rating and a comfortable fit, Dunmore is perfect for all kinds of users, whether you’re going on a trip or running through the rain. It will be available in Spring 2019.
The Portal is a neck-lock style Bluetooth earbud sporting no cords and featuring an anchor fit, created for those with active lifestyles in mind. Portal provides users with maximum comfort through its rubberized and angled housing and a range of cushion sizes, making it the ideal audio companion for extended workouts. It will be available in Spring 2019.
The Syver braves the elements with an IP65 waterproof and dust resistance level. This new wireless earbud is packaged with a travel speaker and charging case, created for travelers and adventure junkies. Syver is uniquely designed to travel with users throughout all kinds of adventures, from hiking to camping. It will be available in Spring 2019.
The Gnar is a budget-friendly true wireless earbud that won’t break the bank. The Gnar features ambient noise protection, allowing users to focus on what’s playing, whether it’s their favorite podcast or soundtrack. Gnar includes a mic with answer/hangup settings and allows users to pause and play their tunes, all handsfree. It will be available in Spring 2019.