Limited-Edition Beats Flex Launching in Collaboration With Fragment Design

Beats today announced the upcoming launch of a new collaboration with fragment design founder Hiroshi Fujiwara for a minimalist limited-edition version of the Beats Flex earbuds.

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The new black-on-black Beats Flex will be available starting Thursday, November 18 from Apple and SSENSE and will be priced at $69.99.


Beats Flex is the current entry-level Beats earbud product, featuring two earbuds connected by a neckband wire with inline controls and Bluetooth connectivity to paired devices. Beats Flex initially launched just over a year ago priced at $49.99, with the price increasing to $69.99 about six weeks ago.

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Beats and Fujiwara have collaborated on several previous projects, including limited-edition Powerbeats Pro in a similar design scheme earlier this year.

Top Rated Comments

MJaP Avatar
32 months ago
I've just been on the SSENSE website, it would appear they told all their models to look miserable and pissed off, seriously they ALL look morose and depressed... like self-entitled teens who wanted an iPhone 13 Pro Max for Christmas and their parents only bought them an iPhone 13 Pro instead and then took a picture of their reaction ☹️

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darkharbour Avatar
32 months ago
They’re honestly really good for using around the house, doing chores, or even video calls, because the cord around the neck keeps you from losing them and you can quickly remove one earbud to listen/talk to someone and just let it dangle. My partner and I both have pairs and use them daily, the battery life is great, and they still have all the great handoff abilities of AirPods that cost 4-5x as much.
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sw1tcher Avatar
32 months ago
$39.99 for regular Beats Flex at Target starting Nov. 25

$30 less and no ugly logo and FRGMT letters.



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PinkyMacGodess Avatar
32 months ago
But those are pretty good 'emergency earphones'. Light, good music reproduction, good battery life, not too intrusive, or long in cable.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
rsdotscot Avatar
32 months ago
Uh, why does the logo look like the nazi SS logo?
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IMGoph Avatar
32 months ago

Am I the only one reminded of the SS logo with this?
Nope. First thing I saw too.
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