We’ve all lost or misplaced things before, like our wallet, keys, headphones, and so on. However there is technology out there that solves that problem, one them being Tile which is basically a Bluetooth device that you can slip into a bag or attach to a keychain that helps you locate it when it’s gone missing.

Now it looks like Tile’s technology has found its way into Skullcandy’s latest pair of headphones, the Venue. The Venue are a pair of noise-cancelling headphones from Skullcandy, which they have announced that in partnership with Tile, will feature Tile’s Bluetooth tracking technology built into the headphones. This means that users can track down their headphones if they go missing.

This is actually not the first partnership that Tile has entered. Earlier this year the company announced that their tech would also find its way into Bose’s headphones and Samsonite luggages. In terms of specs, the Venue will feature an over-ear design, wireless connectivity, 24 hours of battery life with support for rapid charge, monitor mode, and a button that activates your device’s digital assistant.

The headphones are priced at $180 and are available for pre-order via Skullcandy’s website where they are expected to be released on the 20th of September.

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