Headphones powered by light

Latest release by adidas:

The top of the headphones has a solar charging panel developed by the Swedish company Exeger.

Under sunlight, this panel enables the gadget to charge independently.

PowerfoyleTM technology, found in the adidas RPT-02 SOL, converts all types of light—both natural and artificial—into energy.

The IPX4-rated design can withstand splashes of sweat from your strenuous workout sessions  with pieces that are removable and washable.

51% of the product is made of plastic, out of which 87% is post-consumer recycled PC-ABS and recycled nylon.

even after black out, RPT-02 SOL works up to 80 hours without charging. enjoy music for a little longer with these headphones

45mm dynamic drivers with a frequency response range of 20-20,000Hz,

 A Sensitivity Rating Of 105dB, And An Impedance Of 320hms Are Included In The Headphones.

A pack of five-way control knobs with on, off, play, pause, replay, and pairing to devices with LED status indicators is also included in the device's setup along with Microphones.

It comes with Bluetooth v5.2 communication with a 10 meter maximum operating range.

The headphones are powered by Exeger's Powerfoyle solar cells and cost $230.