House of Marley’s latest release, the Uprise wireless earphones. Previewed at CES 2018, the Uprise is bringing sustainability to the summer gear line-up.
Released just in time for your summer holidays and outdoor workouts, the Uprise offer quality performance with a comfortable fit during any activity. The modular design allows for minimalist ear hanger and loop options to ensure they stay secure throughout a run or through the airport, while their IPX5 rating makes them both sweat and weatherproof.
Crafted using recycled, natural wood-fibre composite, and fully equipped with a travel case made from recycled water bottles and 100% recyclable packaging, the Uprise wireless earphones are a conscious alternative to the plastic heavy products on the market today.
• Materials: Natural Wood Fibre + Recycled PP Composite, REGRIND Silicone, Recyclable Aluminum
• 8-Hour Battery Life: Up to 8 hours of playtime with a single charge with the provided micro USB cable
• Sweat & Weather Proof – IPX5 Rated: The Bluetooth wireless in-earphone is both sweat and weatherproof
• Microphone and 3-Button Controls: Offering full remote functionality for calls and music
• Optimum Customisable Fit and Stability: For workouts or on-the-go, the modular design offers removable and flexible ear hangers, three loop sizes, three ear gel sets, and an adjustable cord lock to ensure a custom fit for everyone
• Durable Braided Cable: The signature cable is made from a durable braided material that is tangle resistant
• Stash Bag: The Uprise fits perfectly into the included travel stash bag made of recycled water bottles
• RRP: £79.99
House of Marley is changing the way audio makers think, by considering how the products they create an impact on the environment. As part of Project Marley and the #MaterialsMatter initiative House of Marley has teamed up with One Tree Planted, a not-for-profit dedicated to reforestation efforts. Through the charitable initiative, a percentage of each product sold goes toward the planting of trees in areas of need with 100,000 trees planted to date in Indonesia, Canada and California.