Los Angeles (PRWEB) March 18, 2014
With the increasing pervasiveness of mobile technology in our lives, safe driving continues to be an important topic of conversation. Drivers are encouraged, if not required by law, to put down their cell phones and focus on the road. AirBuds, creators of the Most Comfortable Earbuds, are also encouraging people to put down their cell phones while driving and, instead, use AirBuds' hands-free Smart-Mic.
Designed for people on the go, AirBuds' newly updated Smart-Mic technology makes these earbuds ideal for any hands-free environment. The Smart-Mic was added to the earbud's unique design in order to make AirBuds safer, more practical and more comfortable for their listeners, especially on the road. The microphone is built directly into the cord of the left earbud and allows users to answer and end phone calls with one click, without sacrificing the sound quality one gets when speaking directly into the phone. AirBuds fit-all foam tips also ensure that listeners can wear just one tip while driving, without experiencing any discomfort or having to readjust the tip in the ear.
Hands-free cell phone use isn't just safer and more comfortable though, in many states it is also the law. States like California, Maryland and Illinois already have laws in place that ban drivers from using cell phones without a hands-free device, and more and more states continue to follow suit as the problem of distracted driving persists. AirBuds has made sure to stay to take this into account while creating their Most Comfortable Earbuds.
"We're based in Los Angeles, California, where they take safe driving and hands-free cell phone use very seriously," said Dave Schneider, AirBuds' Product Development Supervisor. "We designed our product and its' Smart-Mic with this in mind. It's important to us that our customers feel comfortable in their AirBuds no matter where they are or what they're doing, and often that means in the car, on the phone."
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, an estimated 421,000 people were injured in motor vehicle crashes involving a distracted driver in 2012. The major distractor in many cases was cell phone use. Another study suggests, that at any given daylight moment across America, approximately 660,000 drivers are using cell phones or manipulating electronic devices while driving. The demand for practical hands-free technology will only continue to grow with time, and AirBuds understands this as just another facet of bringing their customers the most comfortable listening experience.
Creator of the most comfortable earbuds, AirBuds, Ltd. (http://www.Air-Buds.com) is a Los Angeles-based company that provides an affordable earbud, ideal for travel, exercise, hands-free phone use and everyday listening. Their dedicated staff of audio specialists works to ensure that listeners experience the utmost comfort in order to truly enjoy the benefits of high quality audio.