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Proceeds from LSTN’s Reclaimed Wood Headphones Go to Help Restore Hearing in Children in Deaf Schools
Posted By Diane Pham On April 8, 2013 @ 11:30 am In carousel showcase,green gadgets,Innovation | No Comments
In the market for a new pair of headphones? Before you reach for those overpriced Beats by Dr. Dre (which are also made in China), consider wrapping your ears in a pair of LSTN’s gorgeous reclaimed wood headphones that also do good for the world. Ditching conventional synthetics, LSTN Headphones harness the acoustic properties of wood to create sounds as pure as those that come straight from a guitar, piano or violin. Each pair is individually handcrafted from reclaimed wood , and best of all, for every pair of LSTN Headphones sold, the company will donate proceeds  from the purchase to one of their charity partners for the deaf  — meaning one child with hearing loss receives medical attention and a custom fit hearing aid on your behalf. Purchase LSTN’s earbuds, on-ear headphones, or get a pair of their brand new Troubadour over-ear model (seen above) at www.lstnheadphones.com .
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 handcrafted from reclaimed wood: http://inhabitat.com/piet-hein-eeks-fair-trade-baskets-are-beautifully-handcrafted-from-recycled-palm-wood/
 donate proceeds: http://www.lstnheadphones.com/pages/howitworks
 www.lstnheadphones.com: http://www.lstnheadphones.com/
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