V-Moda Forza Metallo custom 3D printed caps cost $7,500 in platinum

Shane McGlaun - Nov 3, 2016, 5:30am CDT
V-Moda Forza Metallo custom 3D printed caps cost $7,500 in platinum

V-Moda has unveiled a new series of headphones that are all in-ear style called the Forza series. The line includes three products including the Forza, Forza Metallo, and Forza Metallo Wireless. All of the headphones share some of the same features including 5.8mm micro dynamic drivers and Hi-Res audio certifications from Japan Audio Society.

The headphones have sweat-resistant technology and sport fins for hybrid sport performance and available jewel-grade 3D printing customization of the in-ear caps. Those custom caps are called RemixRings and can be had in Milanese designs Steam Punk, V-Moda logo, Lion Head, and other designs. Cap materials include platinum starting at $7,500, 14k gold at $2,500, gold plated at $250 and HD acrylic for $40 or $20 when purchased with the headphones.

The high-end earphones in the new line are the Forza Metallo Wireless with noise cancelling microphones and Bluetooth tech. The headphones have TrapLock Titanium neckband and ActiveFlex Sort fins to help keep them in your ears with vigorous exercise. The internal battery is good for up to ten hours of use and dual noise cancelling microphones make for clear calls. These headphones sell for $170 in gunmetal black and white silver.

The Forza Metallo is almost identical to the wireless version, except it has a standard cable for connectivity and a 3-button SpeakEasy remote and mic. The Metallo is offered in Gunmetal Black and Rose Gold for Apple and Android devices and are priced at $130. The standard Forza are the hybrid sport active product in the line. They have the same 5.8mm drivers and are made to MIL-STD-105 and come with Sport Fins and Ear Hooks in three sizes. Forza headphones come in black, white, and orange in versions for Android devices and Apple devices for $100.

SOURCE: V-Moda


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