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ThinkSound Rain & Thunder Headphones

ThinkSound Rain & Thunder Headphones

Go green while upgrading your lousy pack-in earphones with ThinkSound Rain & Thunder Headphones ($75-$100). Both pairs of headphones feature wooden bodies sourced from renewable sources, and come in recycled, bleach-free packaging with a cotton carrying pouch that's sewn from renewable sources. Oh, and they sound good too, thanks to the Rain's 9mm drivers that offer exceptional clarity, or the aptly-named Thunder's 10mm drivers tuned to provide thumping bass.

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