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Advent launches EchoPhonz BT 500 Bluetooth headset at Rs 1,999

The EchoPhonz BT 500 comes with FM, mini USB charging interface and a micro SD slot of upto 16GB.

Advent, which makes mobile accessories and is a brand of Adit Infratel Pvt Ltd, has launched its latest Bluetooth headset BT500 under its Echophonz series. The headset comes with built- in mic and has Bluetooth version V3.0. This Bluetooth headset has a range of upto 8-10 metres.
Echo Phonz BT500
The Echo Phonz BT500 claims to offer 4-6 hours music playback. It has a foldable headband and ear cups, making it convenient to carry around. Additionally, the EchoPhonz BT 500 comes with FM, mini USB charging interface and a micro SD slot of upto 16GB.

Commenting on the launch, Vikram Kalia, director sales & marketing, Adit Infratel Pvt Ltd, said, “We are upbeat about the smartphone/tablet accessories market in India , particularly Bluetooth headsets and speakers which will grow manifold in the years to come . Our latest offering – the EchoPhonz BT 500 is our second consecutive launch in the Bluetooth headset category, after the success of our first headset. The headset packs sleek design, great studio quality sound with enhanced bass and foldable headband and earcups for easy storage. Coupled with an affordable price point, the new Bluetooth headset we believe will garner a lot of appeal among our customers.”

Available in black colour, the EchoPhonz BT 500 is priced at Rs 1,999. The product comes with a manufacturer warranty of 1 year and will be available at all leading retail outlets of all formats. It is also available on all leading e-commerce sites including Flipkart, Snapdeal, Amazon, Paytm, E-bay and Shopclues.com among others.

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