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New House of Marley Headphones are (partly) made from Hemp

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House of Marley has announced the availability of its new range of headphones and its latest travel speaker in the UK.

The new range of headphones and audio products are all about earth-friendliness and use materials including FSC certified woods, bamboo fibres and canvas. In addition, both the new ‘Rise-Up’ over-ear headphones (saddle colour) and the latest ‘Chant’ travel speaker will incorporate the brand's exclusive up cycled fabric called REWIND. Composed of reclaimed hemp and organic cotton, combined with the fibres of recycled water bottles (rPET), REWIND is finished using water-based dyes and biodegradable TPU coating for durability and wear resistance.

“We have always been committed to creating earth friendly products which abide by our Father’s philosophy of “One Love, One World” and give back through our support of youth, planet and peace.” said Rohan Marley, on behalf of the Marley family. “Our latest products continue to meet our principles and express our love of music, craft, people and our planet. We’re delighted to see them come to the UK”, he said.

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The Rise Up Over-Ear Headphones come in at £149.99 and feature soft bamboo-fibre ear cushions and are covered in canvas or REWIND on the Saddle version.

The Riddim On-Ear Headphones will set you back £129.99 and are also covered in canvas and incorporate a soft leather headband and ear cushions whilst the 'Buffalo Soldier' On-Ear Headphones retail at £89.99.

Their new portable speaker, the Chant, features Bluetooth for wireless music streaming, a built in rechargeable battery, a 3.5mm input and REWIND carry bag make. The built-in microphone and answer/end call feature also makes Chant a useful speakerphone. The Chant has an MSRP of £79.99.
 

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