OSM Groups Customer AIAIAI Offering Consumer To Repair Headphones

Without compromising on quality and design, our customer AIAIAI has set a new standard in the audio industry by promoting the right to repair. “In an era where sustainability is becoming an increasingly important consideration, this initiative is necessary. We are delighted to be a part of a more sustainable world by working together with them,” says Ted Chong, Senior Director, Product Development.

Companies are making conscious efforts to incorporate eco-friendly practices and materials into their products. This shift is evident in the audio industry, where innovative designs and sustainable materials are transforming the way we experience sound.

“AIAIAI embarked on a mission to create sustainable audio products and is offering consumers the opportunity to repair their headphones, with a key focus on using sustainable materials. To achieve their sustainable goals, we are helping them make the right choices in materials, development, and production,” says Simon Masters, Senior Director of Design and R&D.

This partnership ensures that AIAIAI‘s audio products are made using materials that have minimal environmental impact throughout their lifecycle. By carefully selecting materials and adopting responsible manufacturing practices, AIAIAI is reducing waste and making significant strides towards a greener future.

Another noteworthy example of sustainable innovation is the Adidas headphones that OSM has developed using Exeger’s Powerfoyle™ technology. These headphones are powered by light, utilizing a light cell material developed by Exeger. By harnessing both natural and artificial light sources, the headphones can convert light energy into power, providing users with endless playtime for their performance needs.

The integration of solar power technology in headphones not only reduces reliance on traditional energy sources but also promotes sustainable living. This innovative approach aligns with Adidas’ commitment to environmental responsibility and offers consumers a greener alternative without compromising on audio quality or performance.

As consumers become more conscious of their environmental footprint, they are seeking products that align with their values. Companies like AIAIAI and Adidas are taking the lead by incorporating sustainable practices and materials into their audio products, setting a positive example for the industry as a whole.

“AIAIAI and Adidas are at the forefront of this movement, demonstrating that it is possible to create high-quality audio products while minimizing environmental impact. As consumers, we have the power to support these sustainable initiatives and drive further innovation in the pursuit of a more sustainable future,” says Ted Chong.