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Brief Published: 1 Dec 2011

Noisezero O+ Eco Headphones


British designer Michael Young, in collaboration with music technology brand EOps and Paris design store Colette, has developed the world’s first designer over-ear headphones made from recyclable material.

The eco-friendly headphones, titled Noisezero O+, are crafted from recyclable stainless steel, aluminium and cornstarch bio-plastics.

Eco-friendliness aside, they offer strong acoustics and ergonomic design, with soft sheep-leather ear pads covering the entire ear for comfort, and passive noise isolation for better audio results.

A microphone and remote module on the headphones cable is an Apple-approved three-button version, letting you control playback as well as volume level for the latest iPhone, iPad and iPod.

The EOps Noisezero O+ Eco edition for Colette comes in two limited edition colours of Gold and Anthracite, with a soft carrying pouch included in the pack.