Dyson has just opened reservations for its Zone Air Purification headphones that arrive with a rather peculiar design.
Thanks to the unique feature of integrating an air purifier, the new headphones include a nose pad reminiscent of a well-known villain from director Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy.
Dyson Zone Air Purification are the first air purifying headphones
They had already been officially revealed last year, but now Dyson has opened pre-orders for its new Zone Air Purification headphones which, as the name suggests, are the first in the world to have the air purification function.
In practice, the model is equipped with a dual purification system that effectively filters pollutants and harmful gases found in cities. In this sense, the included mask continuously supplies “pure” air to the user’s mouth and nose.
In turn, the airflow mode, with three available speeds, automatically adjusts to the user’s movements, detected by the integrated sensor.
The built-in electrostatic filter provides a useful life of 12 months, after which it will need to be replaced. This same filter includes in its components carbon rich in potassium, capable of retaining gases such as nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide that are harmful to health.
As for the headphones themselves, the model is equipped with Bluetooth 5.0 for pairing with other equipment, with active noise cancellation technology up to 40 decibels and has support for SBC, AAc and LHDC codecs.
The 2600 mAh battery lasts up to 50 hours on a single charge. But when the air purification function is activated, the autonomy varies according to the purification speed. According to Dyson, four hours for the low setting, 2.5 hours for the medium setting, and an hour and a half for the highest setting.
As for the design, they are a complete model of headphones with a blue band that fits the user’s head. The air purifying mask can be put on or not.
By attaching them to the new headphones, and as can be seen in the image, the user acquires the style of Bane, the dangerous and fearsome villain from the film “Batman: The Dark Knight Rises” by director Christopher Nolan.
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