Boat Rockerz 450 and 640 wireless Bluetooth headphones launched in India

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Boat is a known audio equipment’s manufacturer in India. Today it has launched two new products in its Boat Rockerz Bluetooth headphones series. Dubbed as Rockerz 450 and Rockerz 640. They are respectively priced at Rs 1,799 and Rs 2,999. Let’s talk about them below. 

Boat Rockerz 450

With the 450 model, Boat teases consistent high-end performance enhanced by Easy Access operational controls. Thus, allowing you to control music and handle the calls as well. Powered by 40mm dynamic drivers, it claims to offer HD immersive audio experience, unlike any other Bluetooth headphones. 

This pair of headphones comes with Bluetooth 4.2 support, as well as can be connected using an aux wire. The 300mAh capacity battery claims up to 8 hours of play time. And a standby time between 300-400 hours. 

Boat Rockerz 640

These are the over-ear headphones powered by Bluetooth 4.2 version. They are comparatively bigger as far as the ear cups are concerned. Powered by the same 40mm dynamic drivers, they come with enhanced 1-touch bass mode.

If you are looking to flaunt your headphones, then they offer LED lit ear cups. The adjustable headband comes with a claim that it can fit you better than your favourite t-shirt, as quoted by the brand. Maybe that analogy is not right, but we still get what they trying to say. Just try them, and they shall fit your small/medium/big head. Maybe that’s what they wanted to convey. 

Not only those LED lit ear cups but the dual tone finish also adds to the look and feel of this new Boat Rockerz. They claim to offer 12 hours of music playback with 300mAh capacity battery. 

These new Boat Rockerz Bluetooth Headphones can be purchased on Amazon India’s website and will come with 1 year’s warranty.

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