One-E-Way Launches Wireless, Wearable Headgear

One-E-Way Launches Wireless, Wearable Headgear

Introducing the E-Cap. One-E-Way has announced its new product, wireless headgear that allows wearers to stream audio from mobile devices to a baseball-style cap.

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The E-Cap has a built-in wireless receiver as well as built-in earbuds. It allows wearers to stream audio from Android, iOS, and most mobile devices right to the cap. Additionally, E-Cap users can make and receive text and phone calls, and get text and call notifications.

E-Cap provides high-quality wireless digital sound that allows runners, bikers or anyone on the go to enjoy music, movies, gaming and other audio without a cable or cord to limit mobility. The cap is available in a variety of colors including red, black, and blue.

E-Cap’s specs include up to 13 hours of play time battery life and up to 14 hours of talk time. The earbuds are ergonomically designed and cushioned, and also include a microphone. The device uses a high-quality audio codec and a 10mm speaker driver for optimized sound.

One-E-Way, Inc. (OEW) is an electronics product design and manufacturing corporation founded by company CEO C. Earl Woolfork and CFO Cedric Woolfork. C. Earl Woolfork is a graduate of the University of Southern California with a degree in electrical engineering. He was inspired to create the E-Cap while working out and watching others struggle to keep the wires of their portable devices from getting tangled in their arms while running or when using other exercise equipment.

The E-Cap is made with One-E-Way’s patented wireless removable headphone that fits into most caps, beanies, hoodies, visors or bike helmets. The wireless units are sweat and water-resistant.

In addition to the E-Cap, OEW also makes the E-Clip, E-Receiver, and E-Beanie. The E-Cap sells for $99.99 and is available for purchase from OEW’s online store. All of OEW’s products are made in the United States.