The new Philips TAT1215 headphones are completely wireless and offer up to 18 hours play time. Their compact charging case slides easily into the pocket of even the slimmest jeans. These in-ear headphones are IPX4 splash and sweat-resistant. They don’t just sound great – they’re also comfortable to wear and provide easy touch control. With their ultra-long play time, you can be surrounded by your choice of sounds wherever you go.
Great sounds, all day long
The Philips TAT1215’s snug, lightweight design lets you rock your own music in total comfort. The soft, interchangeable ear-tip covers fit so well that you might almost forget you’re wearing headphones. You’ll be amazed by the crystal clear sound and punchy bass from the slim 6mm neodymium drivers. When you want to talk, the acoustic echo cancellation ensures you always get a clear, undisturbed connection without annoying echoes.
Enjoy music all day with up to 18 hours of playtime—about six hours from a single charge of the headphones, plus an additional 12 hours from a fully charged case. The case charges remarkably quickly via USB. No matter what the weather is like and no matter what you are doing, IPX4 water resistance keeps the good sounds playing.
Easy control, without phone hassles
You can easily adjust the volume, skip or pause tracks, take or reject calls, and more, direct from the headphones. There’s no need to get your phone out. A button on each TAT1215 earbud makes them easy to control. The built-in mic with echo cancellation keeps sound crisp and clear so you don’t need to strain to communicate, whether you’re talking for work or for pleasure. Also, you can simply ask Siri or the Google Assistant to play some music, call or send messages to friends, check the weather and more.
Easy Bluetooth connection
Smart pairing automatically finds your smartphone and other Bluetooth devices. So don’t worry about Bluetooth configuration hassles. The headphones are ready to pair the instant you switch on Bluetooth. Once they’re paired, they’ll remember the last device they were paired with.