Beats owned by Apple has introduced the Beats Flex x Wacko Maria collection. Created in collaboration with Japanese designers, the new limited-edition earphones feature a dual-color theme with a leopard print design.
Previously, Beats debuted Melody Ehsani x Powerbeats Pro limited-edition collection in vibrant contrasting ear bands with a personalized message “If you can read this you’re too close” and an all-see-eye on each ear band.
Wacko Maria x Beats Flex limited edition will be available on Dec. 2
The new Wacko Maria x Beats Flex has black and orange colored cables with two control panels with leopard prints and Wacko Maria’s name.
Former Japanese-leaguers, Atsuhiko Mori and Keiji Ishizuka launched Wacko Maria in 2005.
The brand’s name, WACKO MARIA, is Latin for “oddball Maria”. With the concept of “rude adults who love women, music, alcohol, and hats,” many of the items are geared toward professionals with the coolness and playfulness of a man pushed all the way to the top, and the number of fans continues to grow with each passing season.
Beats Flex was launched in 2020 as entry-level wireless earphones. It is powered by the Apple W1 chip to deliver seamless setup and switching between devices, iOS and Android and with Find My app support on iOS, it is easy to locate the earphones if they get lost.
The earphones deliver up to 12 hours of battery life with fast charge support.