Turtle Beach Unveils High Performance Ear Buds Called Battle Buds for Gamers on the Go

Turtle Beach has unveiled a new ear bud style headset called Battle Buds, and they’re now available exclusively at Target in the U.S., as well as at

The Battle Buds feature 10mm speakers and a 3.5mm connection, which means they’ll work with most gaming devices that have AUX audio support. They will work with PCs, the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and the PS4, but they’re meant to be used by gamers on the go, so the Battle Buds also have a detachable mic.

The Battle Buds retail for $29.99, and are available in a white and teal design, as well as the good old black and silver color theme that Turtle Beach itself employs. The headset can be ordered through Target and today. Additional details can be found after the break.

About Battle Buds

  • CRYSTAL-CLEAR CHAT – A removable high-sensitivity, unidirectional boom mic picks up your voice loud and clear when your squad needs you most. Additionally, the built-in inline mic is great for taking calls on the go.
  • LIGHTWEIGHT COMFORT – Three sizes of interchangeable ear-tips with stabilizers ensure a great fit so you can use for hours in complete comfort.
  • MULTIFUNCTION INLINE CONTROLLER – The inline controller puts Master Volume, Mic Mute, and a Multifunction Button (for supported devices) at your fingertips.
  • HIGH-QUALITY 10MM SPEAKERS – 10mm speakers produce crisp highs and thundering lows.
  • MULTIPLATFORM COMPATIBILITY – Designed for Nintendo Switch™ and mobile gaming, and also works great with Xbox One, PS4™, and PCs with a 3.5mm jack.
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