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Motorola announced the VerveLife range of connected wearables at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, this week.
The collection includes five active lifestyle products, including the VerveOnes wireless stereo earbuds shown here.
The headphones fit into a carrying case that also doubles as a wireless charger, and the package includes six pairs of extra gel eartips so you can secure a good seal while they're in your ears.
These earbuds are designed for active use and outdoor environments.
They're certified with the Ingress Protection 57 (IP) standard, meaning it protects against dust, sweat and full water immersion.
Motorola tells us the earbuds will be compatible with the company's Connect app, which keeps track of battery life and can even locate the earbuds on Google Maps if they get lost.
Judging from the pictures, it doesn't look like the VerveOnes have ear guides to keep them secured while you exercise.
No details yet on availability or price, so be sure to check back with us soon as we get updates.
The VerveCam is a small HD video camera with a 138-degree field of vision that captures 2.5K video at 30 frames per second.
Like the other accessories in the VerveLife lineup, the VerveCam is outfitted with IP67 waterproofing and the company tells us it can survive plunges in water up to 30 meters deep with the included sports case.
The camera has Wi-Fi built in so you can record video straight to your smartphone using Hubble Cloud and YouTube as a streamer.
You can also edit your videos before you share them using social-video tricks like time lapse, loops and slow motion.
The VerveCam includes a range of accessories for every activity, including clips, straps,and a neck lanyard so you can wear it in front of you while recording video.
The VerveLoop headphones are also wireless in-ears, but in the familiar shape we're used to seeing on Bluetooth headphones, with a short wire connecting the left and right earbuds.
These earbuds are only certified for IPx4, which means they're sweat- and water-resistant, but definitely won't survive a dip in deep waters.
The wire, while certainly making these cumbersome compared with the VerveOnes, has an integrated mic for making phone calls as well as buttons for track navigation and volume control.
Connect your pet to this waterproof GPS tracker and hopefully you'll never lose your buddy in the wild.
The collar connects to your phone so you can track your pet on the go.
The company tells us that the VerveRetrieve will include one year of GPS tracking, a virtual fence to keep your animal close and a wander alert when they stray too far.
The VerveRider and VerveRider+ are sets of wireless headphones designed to wear around your neck when you're listening to music.
The small earbuds extend out of the neck collar and feature an impressive 12-hour battery life to keep up with your exercise schedule.
The VerveRider+ version adds IP57 certification for protection against sweat and water, and both models have an integrated mic for making phone calls on the run.
The in-line remote is where you'll find volume and track navigation controls, as well as an open USB port for recharging the 12-hour battery.
The VerveRiders include four gel earbud tips to ensure a proper fit, and you also get a sport carrying case if you pick up the upgraded model.
Motorola hasn't announced pricing or availability details for the VerveLife products, but check back with CNET soon and we'll let you know as soon as we get more information.