The Headphone by Bragi

Truly wireless earphones

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Not impressed with the sexy babe in swimwear marketing. Feels dated and somewhat sexist.
Matt Horton@mattahorton · Product Manager, Capital One
@nilrod Somewhat? It's gross.
@mattahorton I was being diplomatic...
Jared Krause@thejfkshow · Sr. Art Director @ VML
@nilrod I agree. Attractive women shouldn't be allowed to use these headphones.
@thejfkshow Yes, agreed. Only demographics represented in the commercial for a product should be eligible to purchase said product.
Boddicker@boddicker
@nilrod Totally agree. Swimsuits are so sexist.
@boddicker Wonderful to hear that I can count on your support for my struggle to establish sharia law on producthunt.
Claude Sutterlin@claudesutterlin · Owner, Coffee Bean Studios LLC
@nilrod Pretty poorly produced video in general - "hear life" with sounds of busses cutting through the music... that's not what I want. The "on and on and on" dragged on almost as long as the repetitive record skipping music. I think showing the device being used around water was necessary and using a model makes sense, but the gratuitous shot of just her ass was odd. I think this falls in a weird spot where it feels professional, so I criticize it like a professional ad but I'm hoping it was made low budget by the startup. I get mad for them thinking they spent a ton of cash on it.
Niv Dror@nivo0o0 · Words @ProductHunt & @AngelList
Might as well go wireless and get ready for the 7th ✂🎧😔
BrianBest@brianbest · Software Developer
@nivo0o0 I applaud you on your appropriate use of this gif. Carry on :D
Gabriel Lewis
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@gabriel__lewis · 🤔
Before Apple could launch wireless headphones, Bragi released a simpler version of the Bragi Dash headphones. They don't include fitness capabilities or any onboard storage. (Those didn't entice me anyways) They will sell for $149, but you can get them now for $119! Edit: Spec from site: Bluetooth 4.0 Playtime: Up to 6 hours Standby time: 250 hours Charging time: less than 2 hours
Matt Horton@mattahorton · Product Manager, Capital One
@gabriel__lewis This is what I wanted from Bragi. At this price, I will buy them when they're on the market.
S@iplop · Developer
@gabriel__lewis original Dash Kickstarter backers also get an additional $20 off, making them $99 effectively. An amazing price point considering the features it offers. I was a Kickstarter backer for The Dash and couldn't resist getting these!
Ben Styles@benstyles · Lead front-end developer, @MealsUpApp
@iplop I can't find the Kickstarter for these – is it available yet? Or has it finished? Thanks!
S@iplop · Developer
@benstyles there is no Kickstarter for these. I apologise for being unclear in my comment, but by "Kickstarter" I meant the original Dash Kickstarter.
Ben Styles@benstyles · Lead front-end developer, @MealsUpApp
@iplop Ah I see. No worries, thanks for replying!
Martin@imaddin
@mattahorton I'd suggest you wait a bit before buying and look around to check what people are saying about it. I have The Dash and I as well as other buyers have the problem that I can't listen to music without the connection being interrupted all the time. Apparently the distance from my left pocket to my right ear is too long to maintain a stable connection. This only happens outside by the way. Bragi support basically told me that this is normal behaviour. This problem makes these headphones useless to a lot of people.
Matt Horton@mattahorton · Product Manager, Capital One
@imaddin Yeah, that's what I meant buy "when they're on the market." Not ready to pre-order until I've read a review.
Jonas Petermann@jonas_petermann · communication student and photographer
I also don't need the fitness or storage features... but what I am really missing is the option to charge them in the storage case... this is unfortunately not possible with the headphones. And six hours is just not enough for me for a whole day.
Martin@imaddin
@jonas_petermann The Dash does do that and since The Headphones seem to use an almost identical case I assume that they also charge in the case.
Jonas Petermann@jonas_petermann · communication student and photographer
@imaddin No they don't. It's not even possible to charge them with the Dash case. Bragi mentioned this on their FB page...
Martin@imaddin
@jonas_petermann Do you know how else they are charged then? The Headphones have slightly different connectors on them compared to The Dash, but still seem to be there so that they can be charged in the case. Does the case for The Headhphones not contain a battery then?
Jonas Petermann@jonas_petermann · communication student and photographer
@imaddin To be more clear: They are still charged in the case – via micro usb – but the case has no 2000mAh battery anymore which is a shame...
Abdus Fauzi@abdusfauzi · Web Developer
@jonas_petermann @imaddin 😵
Braden Hamm@bradenhamm · Designer / Founder Gumwall.com
@jonas_petermann Yes! That bummed me out too.
Evan Kimbrell@evankimbrell · Founder, Sprintkick
Are these actually out in the market? I'm kind of sick of seeing these pop up companies advertising wireless headphones but NONE of them have a purchasable product. This needs to get submitted to BetaList not ProductHunt