These are the Privates, Outdoor Tech's touch control Bluetooth wireless headphones. They feature a touchpad interface on the right earpiece that allows you to change tracks and control volume with the swipe of a finger, built-in call functionality, a 3.5 mm AUX jack for plug-in capability and a tough canvas wrap around the headband. The Privates are better-looking than a glass of scotch after that middle-seat flight between Sweaty Mister Johnson and Screaming Baby Timmy and more convenient than a twelve gauge when the zombies end up at your house.
The Privates cordless headphones wirelessly connect with your smartphone, tablet, laptop, or any other Bluetooth enabled device, and operate via a touch pad on the right earpiece. Simply swipe your finger left or right to skip tracks and up or down to change volume. The Privates stream crystal-clear audio for a range of up to 32 feet for 10 hours on a single charge. So yes, you can put your phone on one side of a river, take a boat across and listen to music on the other side, but in all honesty that's not a very good story or an effective use of your time.
When connected to your phone, the Privates' built-in microphone allows you to make and receive hands-free calls from anywhere, anytime. One press of the multifunction button allows you to answer or hang up a call without ever touching your phone, so you can use your hands for more important things, like digging for treasure.
The Privates Bluetooth headphones come with lots of extra little features. A 3.5 mm auxiliary jack allows you to use them in situations that don't allow for Bluetooth connectivity, like on an airplane or with a non-Bluetooth device. This port also lets you use them if you forgot to charge them. The Privates also project a fuel gauge onto your device that actively tells you how much juice you've got left. Integrated hinges allow you to fold and stow your Privates when they are not in use. Swivel ear pads make for the most comfy headphone out there. Finally, they come with a signature ODT carry pouch. Details count. You don't get a toy with your Happy Meal just arbitrarily.