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Wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey TARDIS headphones?
These headphones show off the iconic “Police Public Call Box” text along with the Doctor Who insigia or a TARDIS panel pattern.
The Bluetooth variant is fitted with built-in buttons with the perfect amount of tactileness for the young time traveler…I mean user. The buttons have full control for track control, volume control, and for accepting phone calls. There is also a physical button for bass boost if you need to have that power for traveling through time and space — or if you just want more bass. With a built-in microphone, taking phone calls in Victorian England has never been so easy, although doing it in 2015 is also pretty cool. The Bluetooth variant also features 30 hours of media playback if you really need to binge watch Seasons 1-8 of Doctor Who on Netflix.
Meanwhile, the wired variant comes with virtually identical functionality with the exception of Bluetooth connectivity. The tangle-free wire contains an inline remote with an internal microphone for the Time Lord on a budget…although there are humans on budgets as well.
Both the wired and Bluetooth variant come in a collector’s box with a windowed design for the collector of Earth artifacts or the Dalek that wants to be more human.
People assume that branded headphones are a strict progression of more profit, but actually, from a non-capitalist, non-subjective viewpoint, it’s more of a long wait list of wibbly wobbly, timey wimey headphones. Trust me, I’m The Doctor. Don’t blink. Don’t even blink. Blink and they’ll be gone. They go fast. Faster than you can believe. Don’t turn your back, don’t look away, and don’t blink.
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