Lava Probuds N3 with Dual Device Pairing, Quick Charge launched at an introductory price of Rs. 799

Lava today launched the Probuds N3, the company’s latest neckband headset and the successor to last year’s Probuds N2.  Some highlights of the earbuds include dual device connectivity, quick charging, Bluetooth 5.0 and voice assistance. It weighs just 25 grams and promises powerful sound with extreme precision and increased bass capability.

“It has a sturdy body and metal buds which makes it durable, and comfortable to use,” says Lava. The company adds that the neckband headset is ergonomically designed to fit every ear contour with its in-ear infinity plugs that are ideal for prolonged use.

The Lava Probuds N3 has IPX4 ratings for sweat resistance, features simplified button controls on the neckband that can be used to control music, attend calls and activate voice assistants.

The earbuds have a magnetic lock, packs a 110 mAh battery and promises 9 hours of playback and up to 47 hours of standby time in a single charge. It features a micro USB charging port for charging and also has quick charge technology that offers 180 minutes or 3 hours of playback with 20 minutes of charge.

The Lava Probuds N3 comes in Midnight Black and Royal Blue colours and is available from Lava e-store and at a special introductory price of Rs 799 from today, 21st February till 28th February, post which, the neckband will be sold at Rs 999.

Commenting on the new launch, Tejinder Singh, Head-Product, Lava International said:

Probuds N3 is the perfect choice for those who seek stylish design and rich sound on a budget. While the sleek design of the neckband provides a comfortable fit, its sensory bass provides an immersive listening experience to the users. We are thrilled that with the launch of Probuds N3, we are able to introduce the latest audio enhancements and technology at the right price for the users of Bharat.

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