French design brand Lexon continues to develop timeless products that we know bring that ultimate wow factor and aesthetic pleasure. It offers everyday products with award-winning innovative designs that are kept affordable yet beautiful and functional.
At the Maison et Objet 2022, Lexon just introduced two new products: the Speakerbuds LA127 and the Mano LH79 . The new pair of earbuds and the gel dispenser are innovative with their additional functions. However, they also look nothing like other the common earbuds and gel dispensers we have seen yet.
Designers: Alain Berteau, Andrea Quaglio, and Manuela Simonelli
The Lexon Speakerbuds LA12 is a new pair under the Softpower Collection of earbuds from Lexon. Designed by Alain Berteau, the true wireless earbuds also come with a 3W speaker. It features a dual microphone, Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, and a rechargeable battery. There is the now a standard USB-C port for charging. The pair is IPX4 water-resistant, so you can wear this during a run or workout.
As with most wireless earbuds, the pair allows voice commands and hands-free calls. It can last up to six hours of audio playtime. Charge it up with the charging case, and you can get extra 18 hours. The primary material of the product is ABS with synthetic leather found on the charging case.
The Lexon 2-in-1 True Wireless Stereo Earbuds with Bluetooth speaker is available in different color options: Red, Blue, Black, and Camel. As a result, the design world is treated again to an innovative and beautiful design for the now familiar wireless earbuds ready for most occassions whether with a group or private listening. The price tag reads 99,90€.
The pair already works as a standard pair of earbuds, but the charging case adds a speaker function. Three watts may not be loud to fill the house during parties, but that’s good enough for personal use. Lexon is known for creativity and tapping the best designers in the world. The Speakerbuds design is by Alain Berteau—the same person who created the Nano Garden. Berteau, who is also an architect and professor, has been recognized for his work that marries simplicity and functional innovation.
Lexon has also introduced the Mano-LH79, which is an automatic hand gel dispenser. We finally see nicely designed dispensers from the usual, standard designs. We never imagined we would need dispensers to be beautiful, but the pandemic hit, and the creatives are dying to see and use something more attractive.
The Mano-LH79 is a design by Andrea Quaglio and Manuela Simonelli. If you may remember, Quaglio Simonelli also designed something for Lexon before–the Lexon Oblio Wireless Charger. The new hand gel dispenser features automatic hand detection that helps kill 99.9% of bacteria. There is an LED light, adjustable pump flow, rechargeable battery, and a USB-C port. The LED ring comes with adjustable brightness so you can set the mood.
The gel tank is refillable for up to 160ml or 5.4oz of sanitizer gel. You can only use gel and not any other liquid or alcohol. The pump flow is also adjustable depending on the preference of the user. It has an LED indicator so you can know the charging status. Color options are as follows: Gold, Dark Green, Black, Terracotta, and White.