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CNET goes hands on with Motorola's rugged range of VerveLife sport headphones.
The headphones in Motorola's new VerveLife are built for sporty types. Each has extended battery life and a rugged design for when you're out running or climbing a mountain. From left are the VerveLoop+, the VerveRider and the VerveOnes.
The VerveRider and VerveRider+ have a collar-style design with features such as 12 hours of battery life, a mic for making calls and HD sound.
The VerveRider+ also can take a dunking in water to a depth of one meter (3.2 feet).
The VerveLoop+ is also rated for water and sweat protection. It's compatible with the Hubble Connect for VerveLife app (iOS and Android). The promised battery life is 10 hours.
Use the remote control to change the volume.
The completely wireless VerveOnes and Verve Ones+ promise 12 hours of battery life, HD sound and compatibility with Siri and Google Now. The VerveOnes+ add water- and sweatproofing.
You'll still be able to make calls thanks to the built-in microphone.
You can charge the VerveOnes on the go with this portable carrying case.
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