Radius sends fashion earbuds to U.S.

Japanese earphones hope to extend popularity.

I4U News

Radius isn't exactly a household name on the U.S. market, but apparently it's well known in Japan for its fashionable earphones. They won't be competing for bragging rights where quality is concerned against Bose or Klipsch anytime soon, but that's not the point: These buds are made for style and durability.

Radius earphones are made of ultra-light aluminum and rubberized plastic cords for protection, according to I4U News, and come in a variety of fashion-conscious colors and finishes. They're also headed to the States, with prices starting at $30.

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