A precision zinc alloy metal houses a set of beefy 8mm drivers, which have great tonal accuracy with very low distortion even with the heavy metal cranked to 11. The bass tones are rich, and the highs never show any sort of tininess no matter what the style of music played. For you smartphone users, there is a really easy-to-use built-in three-button controller with microphone that works excellent for both phone calls and voice recognition when dealing with Siri. The headphones come with a truly tangle-free “Diamondback” cable that has proven to be very strong when those helmet “on and off” cable-pulling misfortunes happen.
I have been using the Zn headphones on and off the bike for a few months now, and I can tell you that these headphones, which cost well under $200, sound as good as any studio-quality in-ear headphones I have tested costing three times as much.
This $120 little black box is a must-have item. It charges phones, tablets, speakers, and other portable USB devices and can jump-start bikes and cars with ease. It is built from a long-lasting 12V lithium-ion battery that only loses 2 percent charge per month when stored and can offer up to 1,000 full charging cycles. For those roadside incidents, the Weego also has an LED flashlight with strobe and SOS emergency light functions. Included with the kit is 12V and 19V outputs to charge accessories and other mobile devices, wall and car chargers, three-in-one (micro, 30-pin and lightning) USB cord, eight laptop/device connectors with adapter cable, and a handy carrying case.