Remember those Motorola-branded VerveLife devices that we learned about in February? At the time, it was unclear when they’d launch or how much they’d cost, but now that information as been revealed.
According to Amazon, four of Motorola’s VerveLife products will be available tomorrow, June 14. That includes the VerveLoop+ wireless earbuds (above), VerveRider wearable wireless earbuds, the VerveOnes completely wireless earbuds, and the VerveOnes+, which is a waterproof (and orange) version of the VerveOnes. The VerveCam and VerveRetrieve don’t appear to be on Amazon.
As for pricing, the VerveRider is the cheapest accessory here, coming in at $69.99. The VerveLoop+ will set buyers back $79.99, the VerveOnes will be $199.99, and the top-end VerveOnes+ will cost $249.99. All four devices are shipped from and sold by Amazon, meaning that they’re eligible for two-day Prime shipping.
All four pairs of these VerveLife wireless earbuds work with Android and iOS, and because they’ve got integrated mics, they work with Siri and Google Now as well. The VerveLoop+ is expected to last 9.5 hours on a single charge, while the other three pairs will last up to 12 hours. All four pairs support Hubble Connect, which will let you see the last location that they were connected to your phone in case you lose them. Finally, the VerveOnes and VerveOnes+ have six equalizer settings and pass through audio, which will let outside sound through when you want to hear what’s around you.
While the Bluetooth headphone market is getting pretty crowded, there aren’t many sets of earbuds that are completely wireless like the VerveOnes and VerveOnes+, so it’s cool to see another pair coming out. Of course, that doesn’t really matter if they don’t sound good. The good news is that with a launch tomorrow, it won’t be long before we find out exactly how well Motorola’s VerveLife earbuds perform.