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E-my Earphone With Bijoux - Hoopy

SKU
54620052

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Products specifications
Logistic data
EAN 8008392225522
Release date 2/25/2015
Weight 60 gram
Length 115 mm
Width 18 mm
Height 130 mm
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About E-my

E-my is an Italian international company which develops gift products to amuse and affect daily life in a witty and charming way to make you happy. E-my works with talented international top designers who design products with a joyful, ‘rebel’ design with a specific character. The world of E-my overflows with happiness, modern forms and bright colours and each simple, practical object becomes a feast for the eye. A well-known and widely used character of E-my is the Owl, presented in many kitchen- and household items. In addition, E-my is characterized by the use of high-quality silicone products for the kitchen, usability and durability, always beautifully packaged.
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Description

Which earphones shall I wear today? With the E-mode of E-my, you always can have the perfect look for any occasion. From the designers Pio and Tito Toso, earphones have become a form of jewellery. This creative concept is a must-have accessory for the fashion and technology addicts. The Finchy for a dynamic look, the Hoopy for a jaunty aspect or the Leafy for a more classic look!

A beautiful design of Pio en Tito Toso for E-my!

- Material: PP, Silicone, Chrome-plated zinc
- Design: Pio and Tito Toso
- Packaging: transparant Gift Box
- Available: Hoopy, Finchy, Leafy

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