Headphones promise musical laser hair growth

The Revage670 is a hair rejuvenation device that relies on laser and LED lights to extend your tresses. For $685, it sure as hell does more: you can also pump MP3s into the headphones while you grow--a twofer!

Apira Science

We can't help but compare Apira Science's new Revage670 headphones look with the infamous Tron Guy's helmet, but this thing promises a lot more utility. The iGrow is a hair rejuvenation device that relies on lasers and LED lights to extend your tresses. For $685, it sure as hell does more: you can also pump MP3s into the headphones while you grow--a twofer!

The press release name drops all kinds of terminology like "Harvard Medical School-documented," "scientifically proven," and "clinical studies," and also claims that "over 500 doctors in over 25 countries" use the iGrow, but we remain skeptical based on the tiny print on the bottom of the Apira Science Web site that says:

*The REVAGE 670 has not been cleared by the FDA for medical use and any references are purely investigational.

On the other hand, the iGrow comes with a six-month money-back guarantee, so it may be worth a shot if $685 is chump change to you.

Another picture of the iGrow after the jump.

About the author

Justin Yu covers headphones and peripherals for CNET. When he's not wading through Web gulch or challenging colleagues to typing tests, you can find him making fun of technology with Jeff Bakalar every afternoon on The 404 show.

 

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