B&O PLAY has just unveiled the latest additions to their illustrious tech line up with the Spring/Summer 2018 Collection. The seasonal range is inspired by the vibrant and powerful colours of the ocean and consists of limited edition premium headphones and two brand new portable speakers ready for your summer travels.

B&O PLAY Unveil Three New Models for Their SS18 Collection

The B&O SS18 Collection is all about exploration of the oceans. As such, the new additions feature seasonal colour palette including; ‘Aloe’, a light, natural green shade resembling a fresh ocean crest; Steel Blue, a dark turquoise shade, just like the ocean at night; and Teal, a rich, dark green shade inspired by a rising wave.

The standout new device is the Beoplay H4, a wireless headphones which focuses on pure sound, pure materials and pure expression. Made for those who value iconic simplicity and like to travel lightly and move freely, the headphones were designed by Jakob Wagner and are available in Aloe and Steel Blue.

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The Beoplay P2 is a truly personal and fully portable speaker, with smart connect features activated with a tap or a shake. Fitting easily into a bag or pocket, it’s ideal for those always on-the-go. Designed by Cecilie Manz, it comes in Teal.

Again designed by Cecilie Manz, the Beoplay A1 is the second portable Bluetooth speaker of the collection and features category-breaking performance, and packs a punch way beyond its size. Available in Aloe and Steel Blue, the A1 is perfect for those who care about great design and sound on-the-go.

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The B&O SS18 Collection is available now over at the Beoplay Website, selected Bang & Olufsen stores and selected third party retailers worldwide. Prices range from £249 for the H4 to £149 for the P2. The A1 comes in at £229.

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