We can always rely on Bang & Olufsen to inject a little chic into our gadget world, and the Danish company's EarSet 2 is no exception. Well, when you really look at the Bluetooth earpiece's big round flap that goes over your ear, you start to think it's a bit of an exception, actually. But maybe a vaguely questionable design choice was necessary to meet what B&O calls "high-fidelity standards" as well as to include some fancy audio processing that's said to take into account the "tonal weight" of the person you're talking to. Personally, we'd be more excited about bone-conducting tech to eliminate background noise, but the EarSet 2 supposedly has its own way of doing that, too.
Having used Bang & Olufsen's Earphones, which sport a similar three-way adjustable frame, I can attest that the company knows a thing or two about sound quality and comfort. But charging $413 (the going rate in Korea, per Gizmodo), is a stretch, even for them.