Jabra launches Halo Free For INR 3,499

The earphone comes with three fitting styles, while we get an 8 mm speaker that provides deep bass and crisp tones.


Audio company Jabra has recently announced the launch of its new wireless Bluetooth headphones dubbed as the Halo Free. It also comes with three fitting styles, thus staying in place no matter what you are doing, or where you are - whether at home or out-and-about.

Jabra Halo Free allows users to manage calls, music and media directly from the headphones itself. With just one touch you can activate Siri or Google Now to make calls and schedule appointments. Jabra Halo Free also reads out calendar notifications, emails, text message and social media posts.

Halo Free is dust and water resistant, and also features 8 mm speakers that provides listeners rich bass and crisp tones, according to a recent press release.

Speaking about the three fitting styles that we mentioned earlier, Jabra Halo Free includes EarGels, EarHooks and EarWings.

Calum MacDougall, SVP at Jabra says: “The Halo range from Jabra has been designed with the busy lifestyle in mind. Superior sound is important for calls and music, and people don’t want to switch devices to get a great experience for these different uses. This is especially important as they could also be switching between work and personal tasks minute by minute – the versatile fitting options and lock-in earbud design make this possible.”

Jabra Halo Free is available online and in selected markets at an MRP of INR 3,499.

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