RIMOWA and bang & olufsen launch limited edition headphones

RIMOWA and bang & olufsen launch limited edition headphones

bang & olufsen debuts its first collaboration with RIMOWA, reflecting the premium luggage brand’s material palette. uniting their shared appreciation for aluminium, they present a pair of limited edition beoplay H9i headphones that ‘celebrate the unique link between sound and travel.’

RIMOWA and bang & olufsen launch limited edition headphones

images courtesy of bang & olufsen



made from anodized aluminum and genuine leather, the cordless over-ear set comes packaged in a signature RIMOWA aluminum case. they feature active noise cancellation as well as an innovative touch interface so that users can easily adjust the volume level, switch between tracks, and answer calls. 

RIMOWA and bang & olufsen launch limited edition headphones



the first materialization of our collaboration, the RIMOWA edition of our flagship beoplay H9i headphones and exclusive RIMOWA carrying case, will make the world travel at the speed of sound,’ said john mollanger, executive vice president, president brand and markets at bang & olufsen.

RIMOWA and bang & olufsen launch limited edition headphones



both brands have partnered with swedish composer and record producer ludwig göransso to celebrate the collaboration. he stars in the beoplay H9i campaign as well as a short film which can be watched in full here.

RIMOWA and bang & olufsen launch limited edition headphones



the limited edition H9i headphones go on sale in select bang & olufsen and RIMOWA stores from april 15, 2019 and retail for $900. they will also be available online at bang-olufsen.com and rimowa.com, as well as at selected retailers.



project info


brands: bang & olufsen / RIMOWA

product name: limited edition beoplay H9i headphones

available: april 15, 2019

price: $900

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