Echobox announces Nomad and Traveler titanium headphones with 3-year long warranties
At CanJam 2017 Singapore, Echobox showed off its two new titanium headphones.
Called the Nomad and Traveler, the former will be the company’s new flagship in-ear headphones while the latter will be its new entry-level model.
Echobox presently has one model in the market called the Finder, which will sit in the middle of the new Nomad and Traveler.
Like the Finder, the new Nomad and Traveler headphones will feature titanium shells. The Nomad’s will be carved out of a solid block of titanium, while the Traveler’s will be machined.
Titanium was chosen for a number of reasons. Not only is it strong and light, it is also hypoallergenic and has important acoustic properties.
In addition, also like the Finder, the Nomad and Traveler headphones will feature Echobox’s German-made PEEK (Polyether Ether Ketone) dynamic driver.
A neat thing about Echobox’s headphones is that they are designed to be nigh indestructible. The titanium housings have no joints and are exceptionally strong. In addition, the cables are designed to be tangle resistant and rugged. But the best thing about Echobox’s headphones is that they come with 3-year warranties, which is above average for headphones.
According to Echobox, they are likely to launch the Nomad and Traveler headphones later this year around June. The Nomad will be priced at around US$399, while the Traveler will be significantly more affordable at US$99. The Finder is available now for US$149.