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Axent Wear Cat Ear Headphones make you look like a cat

People like music. People like cats. Now one ingenious product lets you combine these two loves. That’s right, it’s a pair of headphones that make you look like a cat.

But the cat ears aren’t purely ornamental. They’re actually external speakers, so you can share whatever you’re listening to with everyone else on the bus. Which they’re sure to appreciate.

There’s no word on how powerful the external speakers are, but the headphones have a 40mm driver with a 20Hz to 20KHz frequency response, so are sure to sound good.

The lights are LED, and come in four colours: blue, red, green and purple.

The ear cushions mould around your ear for a comfy fit. It’s also got a 3.5mm headphone jack, microphone for hands-free calls, and a USB port for charging up.

Each pair of headphones can be had for $150, or you can buy all four for $575, which is a saving of $25.

If you want to really go for it, you can pay $2,000 for a pair of headphones plus an illustration of you wearing them. Or, for the same price, you can have the headphones with your own custom paint job.

And if you’ve got a spare $10,000 knocking around, you can get a pair with LEDs that change colours, plus a custom paint job. Bargain.

It’s clearly popular, having already raised almost $800,000 of a $250,000 funding target. And there are still 26 days to go. Check out the Indiegogo page.

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