House of Marley release wireless earbuds, the Liberate Air, made from bamboo and recycled materials

Sustainable audio accessories brand House of Marley has released their first set of truly wireless earbuds, the Liberate Air, made from bamboo and recycled materials.

The Liberate Air wireless headphones are constructed from eco-friendly bamboo, natural wood fiber composite made from sawdust, recyclable aluminum and a fabric made from recycled plastic bottles. The company seeks to work with socially responsible materials and to raise awareness about the environmental harm caused by plastics commonly used in consumer electronics.

The virgin plastic-free Truly Wireless Earbuds features 9 hours of battery life as well as a charging case with an additional 2.5 charges totaling for 32 hours.

Every purchase of Liberate Air contributes to the planting of trees through donations to partner organization One Tree Planted, supporting global reforestation and the general welfare of the planet, minimising unwanted plastic waste and pollution of seas.

House of Marley’s Liberate Air Truly Wireless Earbuds are available online from House of Marley and Amazon, RRP £129.99

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Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She writes about lifestyle including sustainable and green living. She also offers content services to businesses and individuals at

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