Montblanc launches its first wireless headset – supports noise reduction


German century-old brand Montblanc International just released its first smart wireless headset-Montblanc Smart Headphones (yes, translated as “Montblanc Smart Wireless Headphones”). This device supports active noise reduction and it cost a massive $600. This manufacturer has been in the wearable device market for several years. However, if we are talking about headsets, it is really new.

Montblanc Smart Wireless Headphones

Montblanc is now in the headset business because of the needs of its main customer base (male luxury enthusiasts who often travel on business). The company found that high-end noise-canceling headphones are their highly valued products.

Montblanc is a luxury brand

The body of Montblanc Smart Wireless Headphones is made of sheepskin and silicone. This makes it very easy to wipe clean. It comes with the regular volume rockers, playback buttons, and noise reduction switches on the side of the headset. In addition, there is also a voice assistant button. With one click, users can activate Google Assistant (does not support Siri for now). The earphones fold inward during storage and Montblanc also provides matching accompanying boxes for users to carry.

The company claims that it has a strong team of experts to ensure top-notch sound quality. These experts were available right from the R&D down to the production process. According to the company, this recruitment was necessary because it is not a natural earphone manufacturing company.

According to the company, its earphone is relatively comfortable to wear and the endurance is excellent. In other words, this device comes with a good wear Sense. According to early assessment, the headset actually provides a pretty good sense of wrapping. Montblanc says that the battery life is 20 hours. If this is the case, then this headset will meet most users’ needs for long-distance journeys.

What do you think about the Montblanc Smart Wireless Headphones? At $600, will you consider this device? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below

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