If you are in the market for a pair of wireless headphones, then you might want to consider the Phiaton PS 210 BTNC Bluetooth Stereo Earphones which retails for $159 a pop. This pair of earphones will add a dash of style wherever you go, where living out the wireless lifestyle offers unprecedented flexibility, and your ears would most probably notice the PS 210 BTNC’s enhanced noise cancelling technology which has been advertised as being able to “neutralize up to 95% of ambient background noise.” Hmmm, best to use this when you are in a gym on a treadmill instead of jogging out in the open, I say, as you can never know just when a truck is bearing down on you, honking like mad for you to get out of the way while the 5% that you hear sounds like a ditty from the techno track you’re listening to.

The Phiaton PS 210 BTNC Bluetooth Stereo Earphones will also come equipped with its very own second-generation Everplay-X technology that was specially made for the PS 210 BTNC earphones, where you can plug your wireless earphones into majority of the portable music players out there that have a 3.5mm output. You can even listen to music this way when your battery runs out, and the battery itself is good enough for 12 hours worth of talktime, 14 hours of music-listening time and 250 hours of standby. [Press Release]

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