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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.

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VerveRider and VerveRider+

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.

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VerveRider+

The VerveRider+ also can take a dunking in water to a depth of one meter (3.2 feet).

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VerveLoop+

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.

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Motorola VerveLoop+

Use the remote control to change the volume.

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VerveOnes and VerveOnes+

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.

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You'll still be able to make calls thanks to the built-in microphone.

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You can charge the VerveOnes on the go with this portable carrying case.

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