Rand McNally has debuted a smaller, lighter-weight model of its ClearDryve 2-in1 headphone lineup called the ClearDryve 180.
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Rand McNally has debuted a smaller, lighter-weight model of its ClearDryve 2-in1 headphone lineup called the ClearDryve 180.

Photo courtesy Rand McNally

Rand McNally has debuted a smaller, lighter-weight model of its ClearDryve 2-in1 headphone lineup called the ClearDryve 180.

The ClearDryve 180 converts from premium stereo headphones with active noise cancellation to a noise-cancelling mono headset. It features a pliable boom microphone and sound equalizer presets for optimal listening.

The ClearDryve 180 is the third in Rand McNally’s innovative line of convertible, wireless headphones. Developed specifically for drivers the ClearDryve line includes the 200 model and the 50 model, a compact, value-priced headset sold at Walmart.

“This new ClearDryve model is the most comfortable, full featured, and flexible 2-in1 yet,” said Stephen Fletcher, CEO of Rand McNally. “While our ClearDryve technology means users will experience crystal-clear calls and high-end sound, the plush, premium ear cups and high-end finishes provide superior comfort as well.”