We first me the Luzli Roller at CanJam London and were instantly impressed by its ingenuity and the high-quality Swiss craftsmanship used in their construction.
If you are unfamiliar with the brand, the Luzli Roller family are handcrafted on-ear and around-ear headphones that combine refined precision engineering and design with a unique patented rolling mechanism. The headphones have the quality and attention to detail you would expect from Swiss craftsmanship, and were inspired by high-quality Swiss watches which are both an expression of portable luxury while also being durable enough to last for generations.
The patented rolling design enables the full-sized headphones to be folded into the smallest size of its type in the world. Unlike other folding headphones that mostly use plastic, the roller relies on the same high quality materials that you might expect from a premium watch.
With 22 separate stainless steel springs, the headband conforms to your head making it more comfortable and adaptable to different shapes and sizes. This makes the ROLLER MK01 and MK02 ideal for travel use.
With Swiss construction and British flare for creativity, the Roller is a true example of European design at its best. The highest attention to detail makes each product a work of art.
The award-winning Roller MK01 on-ear headphones were followed by the larger MK02 two years later. Next year sees the launch of MK03.
Luzli is keeping most of the details a secret until the reveal, but we have been informed that they will be using a 40mm custom made Titanium Driver with luxurious memory foam leather earpads. Together, these quality points of note alone will no doubt usher you into an enjoyable world of total immersion in a refined soundscape.
Here’s a sneaky peek of the new flagship.
This headphone promises a more detailed and clean high-resolution sound and will be a step up in their range.
We intend to keep you posted with these developments and wish Luzli all the best for the big reveal at the Maison & Objet exhibition in Paris on 19th January 2019.