Launched in India for Rs. 1,499 is the Lava Probuds N11 with a 42-hour battery life

Lava has introduced the Lava Probuds N11 neckband, broadening its selection of audio products in India. The neckband’s 42-hour battery life, IPX6 water resistance, and Environmental Noise Cancellation are its top features (ENC). In India, the neckband will go on sale starting on September 10.

Pricing for the Lava Probuds N11, as well as offers for sales

The price of the Lava Probuds N11 neckband in India is Rs 1,499. From September 10 to 12, customers will be able to purchase these neckbands on Amazon for for Rs 11. It will be available to customers for Rs 999 from September 13–16. After then, it will only be offered at its launch price, which is. Rs 1,499

Customers can purchase the Lava Probuds N11 neckband via the company’s 100K+ PAN India locations, Amazon, and the Lava e-store.

There will be Firefly green, Kai orange, and Panther black colour options for the Lava Probuds N11.

Features and characteristics of the Lava Probuds N11

The Dual Hallswitch function-Dash Switch, Turbo latency and Pro Game mode, and Environment Noise suppression are some of the highlights of the Lava Probuds N11. It has 12mm dynamic drivers as standard. When utilised in congested areas, ENC technology gives consumers a better calling experience and noise-free audio clarity for the uninitiated.

The neckband’s battery life is up to 42 hours, and a full charge takes just 10 minutes to get 13 hours of playback time. “The Magnetic Hallswitch- Dash switch lets the user to Play/Pause music or Answer/Cut the call by only attracting the magnetic buds together or apart,” the manufacturer claims.

The neckband’s connectivity features include support for Bluetooth v5.2 and IPX6 water-resistant technology, which shields the devices from sweat and splashes. The voice assistants Siri and Google Assistant are also supported. The product has a 12-month warranty. If the buyer registers within 30 days after the purchase, there is also a two-month additional warranty and a Gaana subscription.

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