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MaskFone Becomes the World’s First Advanced Athletic Face Mask With Mic and Earbuds


Hubble Connected Ltd. revolutionizes the meaning of face masks upon the release of the MaskFone in the market, which features an integrated design of an N95 mask with fully functioning earbuds and a microphone, to give people a more convenient life while navigating through the new normal routine of the world.

The newly patented technology of Hubble combines health, entertainment, and fashion into one MaskFone. It has a five-layered filtration system that protects the user from any harmful pathogens in the air. This is feasible because it has a soft and skin-friendly inner layer and replaceable PM2.5 and N95/FFP2 filters that can last for at least 200 hours. The face mask itself is also washable by removing the attached earbuds and filters since the cloth was made to be durable and comfortable for everyday use.

MaskFone’s earbuds also have a rating of IPX5, which enables them to withstand intense sweating, heat, dust, and rain. The earbuds also have a built-in noise-canceling microphone that can accommodate easy communication with anyone despite being surrounded by a huge crowd. These devices are also wireless and can last for eight hours.


The goal of MaskFone is to provide high-quality sound despite doing excessive work like running, working out, and other athletic-related activities. It provides a smart touch option that makes phone calls and music streams convenient, due to the voice projection technology of the Hubble Connect app. In addition, it is also Google, Alexa, and Siri compatible to assist the users with their everyday needs.

Furthermore, Dino Lalvani, the Founder and Chairman of Hubble Connected Ltd said, “The MaskFone will improve your daily commute as it is seamless and practical but most importantly comfortable and stylish to wear. It’s an essential tool for the life we live in.”

MaskFone made its debut in the market and is now available for deliveries.

Ash Burnett

Hailing from Chicago, IL - Ash made his break into journalism at the age of 23 writing music reviews for a local website. Now in his late 30's and after being pulled closer towards the technical side of the music and live gig industry, he founded Shout4Music to write thorough microphone reviews.

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