Urbanears is launching a new brand campaign this fall called “Born to be heard” and introducing new limited edition colorways. The new limited edition colorways will be featured on their Plattan 2 Bluetooth headphone series. The company says they are committed to producing products that are progressive, minimalistic, and user-friendly.
The new colorways coming to Urbanears Plattan 2 Bluetooth headphones are Paper Beige, Icon Blue, and Cherry Brown. These new colorways will join the current options of Indigo, Tomato, True White, Black, and Dark Grey.
Plattan 2 Bluetooth’s human-centric design and bold color options have been the key to its popularity, offering 30+ hours of wireless and immersive sound, with a collapsible design and ergonomic fit that makes a statement without compromising on comfort.
Born to be heard draws inspiration from a few statement-making individuals who make their voices heard, namely Brian Whittaker, Freja Wewer, Emily Bador, and Elyanna Banes Sanchez.
“It is an honor and a pleasure to work with individuals who are unapologetically themselves and who stand up for their beliefs. Urbanears is a brand driven by progressive values, as well as minimalist design and we will continue to work with people who share our same values and philosophy” says Ida Holmen, Acting Global Brand Communication Manager at Urbanears.
Urbanears is an audio lifestyle brand driven by progressive values, minimalist design and inspired by current movements in fashion, art and music. Our philosophy is simple: clean aesthetics, user-friendly features and heavy attention to detail. All our products are designed and engineered in Stockholm, where we strive to make your listening experience as smooth and seamless as possible.
The Plattan 2 Bluetooth headphones key features are:
- Bluetooth audio
- 30+ hours of battery life
- Simple control knob
- Immersive sound
- Take phone calls
- Collapsible design for easy storage
- Affordably priced US$99
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