The World's Toughest Headphones. They sound like a dream, but can survive a nightmare. Ruggedized, waterproof & smash proof, the Rhinos are built to survive anything.
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We've been dreaming of the Rhinos since we started Outdoor Tech®, and it has finally come time to make them a reality.
The idea came from the frustration that we have a habit of breaking things. Truth be told we do it on purpose sometimes.. but that's an expensive hobby. We wanted to create something that not even we could destroy.
We knew we wanted incredible sound so we included 40MM drivers. We also knew it needed to stand up to the elements: IPX6 waterproof and the ability to handle frigid temps (-20°C/-4°F). With a built-in mic we could take calls and leave our phone in our pocket.
We made sure the Rhinos work with the ODT Audio app for Android and iOS. This way, you go beyond just listening to music and taking phone calls.
Walkie-Talkie Function - Once you and your friends are in your private group (up to 99 people), just press and hold the left button, say what you have to say and then let go. Your message is immediately broadcast to everyone in your group. If the people in your group are listening to music, the music will automatically pause, play the message, and then go right back to playing the music. If the other people are on a phone call, well then the walkie-talkie message will wait until they are done with the call.
GPS Location Sharing - Drop a pin on your exact location and everyone in your private group gets to see where you are.
Text and/or Image Messaging - If using the fun walkie-talkie function isn't your thing, you can text to your private group. Or maybe you only communicate in memes.. just search for that image on your phone and post it to the private group.
Water and headphones don't mix, until now. The Rhinos can be rained on, splashed on, dunked in water, and they even float. After dunking them in water, just shake off the excess water and go back to listening to those self-help tapes on how not to drop stuff in water.