UrbanEars Announces Three New "Spring" Colors – Forget-Me-Not, Julep, and Citrus


Today, UrbanEars announced three new colors of their already pretty colorful headphones. These new colors are Forget-Me-Not, Julep, and Citrus. They are available for all their models as of right now. That includes Plattan (which I reviewed last month, Humlan, Zinken, Medis, Kransen and Bagis. It's also available at UrbanEars website and all retailers.

The Forget-Me-Not color is a bluish-purple color which was named after a flower with the same shade. It's also the name of a cocktail with apple and cherry flavors. Then there's the Julep, which is a saturated icy green color with a hint of blue to round it off. It's traditionally associated with mint garnish in the classic cocktail, and is a refreshingly good concoction which is always hard to resist. Finally, we have the Citrus color, which is just a very bright shade of yellow. It's more sour than sweet, but still delicious, as UrbanEars says. It's nice and zesty as well. They actually look very nice.


These three new colors are available now, as we stated already. UrbanEars has a ton of colors for all their headphones. There are 20+ colors before today's announcement and it just keeps growing. Which it's nice to have all kinds of colors, but some of these names are a bit out there. But then again it's better than just saying yellow, green and purple, am I right?

UrbanEars releases two color collections each year. There's the Spring/Summer season and then the Fall/Winter season. So they are able to keep them all pretty up to date, color-wise. They also make some pretty damn good headphones as well. Even though I've only used the Plattan headphones, they were still really great to use. UrbanEars is based in Stockholm, Sweden, and sell their headphones throughout the world. They are not a well known company like Beats, or Bose, but they definitely make great products.

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