Apple-owned, Beats by Dre to going to launch a new limited-edition Powerbeats Pro in collaboration with fashion designer, Melody Ehsani on November 11, 2022.
Beats by Dre debuted Powerbeats Pro in 2019 and since then, the company has updated the wireless over-the-ear headphones lineup with new vibrant colors, Find My support, and released limited-edition series in collaboration with FaZe Clan, NBA on its 75th anniversary, and others.
Limited edition Melody Ehsani x Powerbeats Pro features a contrasting colorful design
Ehsani is an American fashion designer who launched her brand in 2007 that specializes in throwback apparel and jewelry. She was also the first women creative director at Foot Locker and has collaborated with Nike Air Jordan, Reebok, and celebrity clients like Serena Williams, Beyoncé, Yara Shahidi, Snoh Aalegra, and Red Hot Chili Peppers.
The new Melody Ehsani x Powerbeats Pro headphones collection showcases her hype sporty style in vibrant contrasting ear bands with a personalized message “If you can read this you’re too close” to maintain distance launching November 11.
Reclaim your personal space and teleport to another dimension in the new Powerbeats Pro by Melody Ehsani. The collaboration features colorful contrasting earbud designs and secret handwritten messages by the streetwear maven herself.
Retailing for $250, the Powerbeats Pro is powered by Apple’s H1 chip and features a charging case, spatial audio, IPX4 sweat, and water resistance, “Hey Siri”, Find My support, and more. It gives up to 9 hours of listening time on a single charge and 24 hours with the charging case.
The tech company is also selling Powerbeats Pro at a reduced price of $200 in Navy, Black, and White.
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