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Sony’s new true wireless headphones are made for the music lover on the go

By Marcus Wong - on 13 May 2018, 2:10pm

Sony’s new true wireless headphones are made for the music lover on the go

Note: This article was first published on 8th May 2018.

Sports fans, Sony’s latest true wireless headphones are for you. Built with a bright, flashy design to complement your workout attire, the WF-SP700N headphones bring noise-cancelling and true wireless technologies to you whether you’re hitting weights at the gym, running on the track, or climbing a rock wall.

Ambient sound mode allows you to remain aware of your surrounds and still be able to hear your workout buddies, while the specially designed arc supporters ensure the headphones stay in your ears no matter what activity you’re engaged in. What’s more, the WF-SP700N headphones are IPX4 rated so rain and sweat won’t damage them.

The carrying case gives two more charges.

In terms of audio, the WF-SP700N headphones come with Sony’s Extra Bass technology for more robust sound. But the companion Sony Headphones Connect app also lets you tailor the EQ settings so your music sounds just the way you like it.

The WF-SP700N has a battery life of approximately three hours and comes in a compact, one-touch-open case that gives you two additional charges, bringing the total battery life on the go to nine hours. There’s NFC support for one-touch connection, and the headphones are said to be getting a future update that will further optimize it for Google Assistant.

Four colors to choose from.

WF-SP700N will be available at all Sony Stores, Sony Centers and selected Sony authorized dealers in a choice of Blue, White, Pink or Yellow from 24 May 2018, for S$299.

From 24 May to 1 July 2018, receive a free Fitbit Flex 2 (while stocks last) when you purchase the WF-SP700N from Sony Stores, Sony Centers and selected Sony authorized dealers. Customers will receive a free gift redemption letter via email upon product warranty registration on

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