The Sony WF-SP800N have been made especially for sports-applications and are protected against water, sweat and dust thanks to IP55 certification. According to Sony, the headphones can even be cleaned under running water. The so-called Tri-Hold Structure is supposed to ensure a firm but also comfortable fit under all conditions. The battery of the small in-ears has enough juice for 9 hours of music with active noise canceling on or 13 hours with noise canceling deactivated. The case contains another full charge. Thanks to the quick charging feature, 10 minutes in the case are enough for 60 minutes of music. The in-ears are controlled by touch or voice command and with the free app you can personalize your headphones in various aspects. The Sony WF-SP800N will be available in black, white and blue from July and is supposed to cost just under 200 euro.
Furthermore, the Sony WF-XB700, another pair of true-wireless in-ear headphones, which are certified with the protection class IPX4, are available immediately. There is no noise canceling and the battery lasts about 9 hours. Juice is stored for another 9 hours in the charging case. It is operated with buttons, but voice assistants are also supported. A so-called "Extra Bass" feature is supposed to deliver powerful and precise bass. You can get the WF-XB700 in black or blue for just under 150 euro.