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V-MODA True Blood REVAMP Headphones Review
|Date:||Mon, Oct 03, 2011 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Nathan Kirsch -|
V-Moda REVAMP In-Ear Noise Isolating Headphones
Season 4 of HBO's hit series True Blood has come to an end and left us with a number of cliffhangers that will most certainly cause True Blood to ponder Season 5 in the off season. How did Rev. Steve become a vampire and what will he do to Jason? Who let Russell out of the garage? Will Terry really be bad for Arlene? Is Tara dead? The explosive season finale wrapped up many loose ends, but also opened the door to many more to keep fans in suspense during the break.
With the success of True Blood there has come a plethora of show branded goodies that you can buy to show off your liking for the show. A quick look at the HBO SHOP and you'll find over 230 items that you can purchase relating to just Trueblood. You can get everything from bottles of Tru Blood to Sookie's own Merlots work outfit if that is what you wanted to be for Halloween later this month. What caught out attention was that V-MODA announced a partnership this summer with HBO to release a collection of headphones that 'embody the spirit' of True Blood. The series was launched by V-MODA back in august and is known as the "V-MODA for True Blood" collection. In this collection the company offers six models ranging from ear buds to headphones, including a brand new style specifically crafted for this line. The “Hearwear” is tailored to the tastes and sensibilities of the millions who identify with True Blood's alluring, sexy style.
The one item that managed to catch our attention was the V-MODA True Blood REVAMP in-ear headphones. The True Blood REVAMP kit gives you a pair of low-profile in-ear headphones that feature styling, images and a color motif for the show. The REVAMP also allows for call/music control function since there is a 1-button silver-bullet microphone on the Kevlar reinforced fabric cables. Since True Blood is all about being sexy you'll find that V-MODA tried to carry that 'look' over to the REVAMP. The MSRP for REVAMP is $120 but the have been offered for a discounted price of $99.99 shipped throughout Season 4 of True Blood and now here beyond the end of the season.
The retail box for the REVAMP headphones is very well designed and has a look to it that will draw attention on store shelves and also lists all the essential information that you need. For example the front clearly shows that REVAMP comes with a limited 2-year warranty and features the immortal life program. We had no clue what the immortal life program was, but we discovered that the immortal life replacement program is for when you damage a pair of headphones. V-MODA will let you send back the damaged set and will give you half off a new pair. This is a very generous program and is great for those that break a ton of things or have a dog that likes to chew on headphones.
V-Moda True Blood REVAMP In-Ear Headphone Features:
- ACTIVE FLEX detachable sport earhooks for a secure fit and consistent sound for gym, running and sport use
- Re-mastered BLISS 2.0 (Bass Level Isolating Soft Silicone) fittings reduce outside noise and enhance stability, sound and comfort. Includes four pairs of black silicone fittings (XS, S, M, L)
- One-button microphone universally compatible with all iPhone, iPad, iPod, Android, Blackberry, tablets, notebooks, audio devices and smartphones with a 3.5mm port
- Two-year V-MODA premier warranty
- Immortal Life Replacement Program – 50 percent off lifetime discount to replace consumer-damaged headphones
- Carrying pouch
Inside the retail box you get the REVAMP in-ear headphones, four pairs of Bliss 2.0 fittings that range in size from extra small to large, active flex detachable sport earhooks, a True Blood carrying pouch, a users manual and of course some product marketing for the other items in the V-MODA for True Blood" collection.
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