“Powerfoyle Revolutionizes Urbanista Headphones with Cutting-Edge Solar Technology”

The Swedish startup is announcing a number of partnerships that bring its Powerfoyle flexible solar cell tech to various products. Ahead of the big event in Vegas, the company has announced a pair of headphones fueled by Powerfoyle tech. There’s the over-ear Urbanista Los Angeles, which the company promises will deliver “virtually infinite playtime,” and the latest version of its Phoenix earbuds. This is the second-generation Los Angeles product, following a pair released in 2021 that was among the first products on the market to integrate Exeger tech. The company’s new Peltor brand headset also features a Powerfoyle cell built into its headband.

The idea of solar-powered technology often faces skepticism from consumers. While many people would love to have more sustainable gadgets that never require charging, the actual technology often falls short of expectations.

Next week at CES, Exeger plans to tackle some of the doubt surrounding consumer solar technology. The Swedish startup is teaming up with various partners to bring its Powerfoyle flexible solar cell technology to a range of products.

One of the first companies to partner with Exeger is headphone maker Urbanista. In anticipation of the big event in Las Vegas, Urbanista has announced a new pair of headphones powered by Powerfoyle. The over-ear Urbanista Los Angeles boasts a promised “virtually infinite playtime,” while the latest version of the company’s Phoenix earbuds also features the technology.

The Los Angeles headphones have an impressive rated playback time of 60 hours, thanks to the Powerfoyle cell integrated into the headband. This allows the headphones to charge both indoors and outdoors while playing. And when the battery does eventually run out, they can be easily charged with a USB-C cable.

This is the second generation of the Los Angeles product, following the release of a pair in 2021 that was among the first on the market to feature Exeger technology. The headphones are also made from recycled plastic and come equipped with on-ear detection, adaptive noise canceling, and transparency through built-in microphones.

The Phoenix earbuds also feature Powerfoyle integrated into their charging case, providing an impressive eight hours of battery life on a single charge (a couple hours more than many competitors). When factoring in the case, the Phoenix gets a total of 40 hours of battery life.

This morning, 3M announced its own partnership with Exeger. The company’s new Peltor brand headset includes a Powerfoyle cell built into the headband.

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