We cheered while Serena Williams won the Australian Open. We held our breath as Anthony Joshua knocked out Wladimir Klitschko. We were amazed when Tom Brady lead his team to yet another Super Bowl ring. We applauded Deshaun Watson as he became the Texans’ latest Quarterback. We watched James Harden lead his team through six incredible playoff games. Now we can’t wait to see whether Draymond Green and Kevin Durant can take the Warriors all the way to victory or if LeBron James will once again own the NBA Finals. At Beats by Dre we are always rooting for our incredible family of the world’s best athletes and now we are celebrating them all with the brand new Powerbeats3 Wireless – Trophy Gold, available globally on May 26th.
Now in a symbolic black and gold colorway, Powerbeats3 Wireless is our ultimate in-ear, wireless earphone designed to fuel multiple workouts and elevate your training with powerful, dynamic sound and up to 12 hours of battery life. Both sweat and water resistant with flexible earhooks to keep them secure, the earphones also feature Class 1 Bluetooth for optimum connectivity and the ability to move long distances from your Bluetooth-enabled device. It also includes the Apple W1 chip which provides easy one-step Bluetooth connectivity and the added ability to toggle seamlessly between iCloud-registered devices. You’ll also never have to worry about an empty battery before you hit the gym as its Fast Fuel charge gives you one hour of playback after a 5-minute charge using the micro-USB cable, and you can play music, hop on a call or activate Siri easily without your device thanks to Beats’ RemoteTalk capability.
Powerbeats3 Wireless – Trophy Gold will be available for £169.95 from Apple’s retail stores in the UK from 26th May. Visit beatsbydre.com for more information.
Additionally, make sure you check out the latest chapter of “Be Heard” featuring the NBA’s greatest getting ready for the next game here. The spot is scored to “Seven Nation Army” (written by Jack White and performed by The White Stripes), which has become an iconic sports anthem for fans around the world who cheer on their favourite teams and athletes by chanting along to the song’s fierce guitar riff. Like Beats by Dr Dre, “Seven Nation Army” represents the powerful intersection between the worlds of sports and music.