The Rock a.k.a Dwayne Johnson who is among the top paid Hollywood actors, just launched his own branded headphone. The former WWE wrestler is stepping into the endorsement with his Project Rock headphones backed by Under Armour. Rock launches the new wireless headphones that come under his brand the Project Rock. JBL built the Project Rock wireless headphone in partnership with Under Armour. We all know the Rock’s obsession with fitness and hardcore training, and now he wants to share his compassion with others.
The new wireless headphones come with the Rock’s signature, Brahma Bull sign, which adds a winning look. Precisely the Project Rock headphones are the latest gadget from Project Rock Edition owned by Under Armour. Both UA and JBL worked an excellent job on the headphones to make it perfect for intense training. The JBL sound machine is designed with a pair of UA fabrics. Along with this, the ear pad comes with a SuperVent lining that frames the pad to provide breathability. Moreover, the company claims that its UA grip offers soft feel and stability under the ear pads and headband. Besides, the cans are claimed to be so stable and efficient that they won’t lose their place no matter how sweaty-intense workout you are up to. The headphones are foldable and they can be dry out between workout using the ventilated hard case that comes along with headphones.
To boost up the fans’ excitement, the Project Rock headphones also come with a Spotify playlist created by the giant athlete himself. The playlist goes by the name Iron Paradise Airwaves that contains the workout tracks to hike up your adrenaline.
On the technical part, JBL has done a remarkable work on the Project Rock headphones. You need to charge it only for 5 minutes for a one-hour long performance. There is a Talk-Thru feature that lets you slow down or kill the music by turning on speech-optimized & noise-canceling mics, so you can talk between your workout sessions. Besides, the headphones comprise a 160mAh battery that runs for 16 hours on two hours of charging. The headphones also allow you to trigger the Siri or Google Now commands using the mics.
The Project Rock headphones are available on UA.com and cost $249. Rock will also be launching his “Chase Greatness” workout gear and UA training shoes that he helped the company to design.