Item #: Q74158
- Wireless cable connector
- Limited quantities available. Order soon!
- Features a unisex fit
- 200 mAh
- Free decoration embroidered up to 7,500 Stitches
Item #: Q74158
Acrylic knit beanie with wireless headphones. Power/Technology: Rechargeable Lithium Polymer battery: 3.7V/200 mAH; Input: 5V; Output Power: 2W x 2; Work current: 200 mA in charging; Frequency response: 20Hz-20 kHz; Transmission range: 10m (32 feet); Wireless V 4.2. Playback time: Approx. 3 to 3.5 hrs depending on usage. Must be charged prior to first use. Charge time varies by device. Instructions and charging cable included. LED indicator lights.
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3" H x 4.5" W
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The Vox Beanie with Wireless Earphones is available in 1 color.
The Vox Beanie with Wireless Earphones is available in Black.
The Vox Beanie with Wireless Earphones requires a minimum quantity of 15 pieces.
The Vox Beanie with Wireless Earphones is 10" H x 8" W.
The Vox Beanie with Wireless Earphones consists of Acrylic Knit.
"Smart" knit beanie with built-in wireless stereo headphone with microphone for listening to music and handsfree phone calls. Made of acrylic knit with ABS plastic buttons and components and rechargeable battery (included). Hand wash only. USB to Micro USB charging cable
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