Montblanc Debuts Its First Ever Wireless Smart Headphones

By Paul Joseph

German luxury goods maker Montblanc has launched its first-ever high-end noise canceling smart headphones, marking the brand’s entry into the already congested smart tech product category.

The Montblanc Smart Headphones have been especially created for the brand’s jet-setting business clients who travel frequently, featuring a foldable design and a compact carrying case for ease of travel.

To make the headphone set as comfortable and premium as possible, they are wrapped with sheep leather all over the frame and the cans are made from silicon.

The Smart Headphones offer both passive and active noise cancelling, which can be activated using a physical toggle button on the edge of the can. There’s also a dedicated button on the set for summoning the Google Assistant.

According to Montblanc representatives, the headphones have a battery life of just over 20 hours on a single charge.

The headphones are available in three different colours: black leather with chrome metal finish, brown leather with a gold-coloured metal finish and light grey leather with polished metal finish.

The Montblanc Smart Headphones are priced at $600 a pair.

Montblanc was founded by Claus-Johannes Voss, Alfred Nehemias and August Eberstein in Germany in 1908.

By Paul Joseph