Update: The Motorheadphones have now been officialy launched in the UK and are due to hit the shops in mid November. There will be three pairs of over-ear headphones available: Bomber (£79.99), Ironfist (£99.99) and Motorizer (£129.99) plus two earphones: Trigger (£39.99) and Overkill (£49.99), and 3 smartphone cases: Burner (£29.99), Metropolis (£29.99) and Capricorn (£34.99).
According to Mötorhead's drummer - these headphones are "unbreakable" and that they would survive even if you were to "smack your producer" with them. We can't vouch for that but the headphones certainly did feel pretty robust, sporting an unusual rubber headband, with a gap in the middle.
The distinctive design of the headband means that the headphones don't sit heavily on the top of your bonce - a common problem for cans that are a little on the heavy side.
Mötorheadphones: Sound quality
These headphones are clearly aimed at rocks fans, rather than the dance music connoisseurs who tend to opt for the likes of the bass-heavy Beats by Dre cans.
The Mötorheadphones are a good alternative for the all the celeb headphones that are plastered with rap and R&B stars and at first glance, they're reassuringly robust with decent audio. And anything that Lemmy's had a hand in has to be cool, right?
Mötorheadphones review: Hands-on
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The Mötorheadphones are the latest pair of cans to get the celebrity treatment and we managed to get our hands on a pair at IFA...