Mivi launches wireless earphone Collar2 priced at Rs 1,399

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Mivi has launched Product Collar2, a wireless earphone that is the successor of Collar1 in India.

The Mivi Collar 2 is available on Mivi.in, Flipkart and Amazon at a special introductory price of just Rs 1199 and with a 1-year manufacturing warranty.

Originally priced at Rs 1,399, Mivi Collar2 with Super Charging feature that claims to offer 10hrs of playtime in 10 minutes of charge and full charge in 40 minutes gives a playtime of 17hrs.

Another unique feature of Collar 2 is that it can be paired with 2 devices at the same time and can control both devices simultaneously.

Collar 2 has a strong MEMS mic for next-gen calling experience, Bluetooth 5.0 for uninterrupted connectivity and has extremely lightweight for longer use.

It also has an in-line 3-button remote to control music and calls makes it convenient to play, pause, accept, reject calls without having to reach for your phone.

The built-in microphone also activates voice assistants such as Google Assistant or Siri at the touch of a button.

It comes in 6 colors. It comes with 3 pairs of interchangeable earbuds that provide a safe and secure fit. When not in use, the magnetic buds lock around the neck. It also boasts of a deep and powerful bass and Mivi’s rich high definition signature sound which has been fine-tuned to cater to the preference of Indian audiophiles.

The co-founder of Mivi, Midhula Devabhaktuni said, “Our first made in India product Roam2 which was launched last month was a runaway success and became the best selling Bluetooth speaker. Its success has inspired us to develop more products that are made in India. Collar2 Earphones is a product completely designed, developed and manufactured in our Hyderabad unit. We are determined to continue the momentum and keep bringing the premium quality products at an affordable price point”.

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