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ERPENG Universal Bone Conduction Bluetooth Headset Hanging Ear T

$30

ERPENG Universal Bone Conduction Bluetooth Headset Hanging Ear T

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Product description

Material: ABS
- Size: Approx. 71*38*6 mm/2.80*1.50*0.24 inch
- Bluetooth Version: Bluetooth V4.1
- Bluetooth Transmission Distance: 10 m
- Battery Capacity: 90mAh Li-ion battery
- Standby Time: 160 hours
- Play Time: about 6 hours
- Charging Time: about 2 hour
- Impedance: 32Ohm
- Sensitivity: 95dB
- Sound Channel: Two-channel (stereo)

ERPENG Universal Bone Conduction Bluetooth Headset Hanging Ear T

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