Sony introduced headphones made from plastic bottles

 

Sony introduced headphones made from plastic bottles
image credit: Sony

Sony introduced headphones made from plastic bottles

 Everything for nature


Sony has announced the launch of the LinkBuds S wireless noise-canceling headphones in a new colorway made using recycled materials from plastic bottles.

Sony introduced headphones made from plastic bottles
image credit: Sony

LinkBuds S will be available in a new "Earth Blue" color. The company says that the body parts and case of these headphones are made from recycled plastic bottles, creating a unique marble pattern. It was originally developed to expand the use of recycled materials.

Sony introduced headphones made from plastic bottles
image credit: Sony

LinkBuds S "Earth Blue" is an initiative in support of Sony's plan to reduce the company's environmental footprint to zero by 2050. As part of this campaign, Sony plans to accelerate the adoption of recycled plastic in manufacturing, reduce the energy consumption of products, remove plastic from the packaging of newly developed small products, and introduce renewable energy sources.


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