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Beats’ fitness headphones now match your Apple Watch Sport

Beats has been relatively quiet since being acquired by Apple, but now the audio specialist wants your headphones to match your smartwatch.

Giving its sports-themed audio-enablers a new, brightly-hued makeover, the Beats Powerbeats2 Wireless headphones have been outed in a trio of Apple Watch Sport-echoing tones.

Having originally launched in classic Beats colouring – black with red accents – the PowerBeats2 headphones are now being offered up in bright blue, red and lime colour schemes.

These colours match the leading strap options for Apple’s entry-level Moto 360 challenger.

Finish aside, the newly hued headphones are identical to their predecessors, with a 30 foot Bluetooth range, 6 hour rechargeable battery, and a sweat and water resistant coating.

As well as looking like your Apple Watch, the Powerbeats 2 Wireless headphones boast a similarly premium price tag, setting wannabe owners back £169.95.

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This isn’t the first time Apple has put its colour twist on existing Beats products.

Back in April, the high-end Beats Solo2 headphones were given new silver, space grey and gold makeovers in order to closer resemble the iPhone 6 line-up.

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