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JBL Release 16 Hour Earbuds For $150

Harman-Samsung owned audio equipment manufacturer, JBL, has released its new ‘Tune 120TWS’ wireless earbuds in Australia, boasting 16 hours of battery life for $149.95.

The earbuds incorporate a 5.8mm driver with JBL Pure Bass, housed within a compact 12-hour charging case.

The product is available now on JBL’s website, and in-store across “all major” local retailers.

JBL claims just 15 minutes of speed charging will deliver an hour of battery life.

Compatible with Google Assistant and Apple’s Siri, users can access hands-free stereo calling with one-touch.

The cord-free Tune 120TWS is positioned as highly-versatile, lightweight set of earbuds suitable for several scenarios – e.g. hiking, at the gym, on the train during the morning commute.

The launch comes as the Australian earbud market continues to intensify with competitors from the likes of Jabra, Sennheiser, Samsung and Beats.

JBL claim the Tune 120TWS is ergonomically crafted, alongside a “super competitive price.”

“The popularity of true wireless headphones is getting bigger every year,” claims Marcus Fry, Brand Activation Director of AUNZ at HARMAN.

“We want to stay ahead of the trend and have introduced Tune 120TWS to do exactly that”

“Suited for every-day use, you can now enjoy music with crisp audio with an on-trend look anywhere you go.”

Further information and full product specifications are available on JBL’s website here.

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