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Off to a winter adventure with your FAUNA audio glasses
Join Lisa, her dog Akira and her FAUNA audio glasses on a sunrise hike to the Handalm in western Styria!
It´s still dusk and small snow crystals glisten on the ground. It has frozen during the night. But that doesn't stop Lisa. Quite the contrary, she enjoys the wind in her hair and the cold air in her lungs. Lisa loves to go hiking. Even in winter, she regularly goes up the mountain, preferably early in the morning, like today. The sun is not quite up yet when Lisa arrives almost at the top. Her dog Akira has already run ahead and is happily jumping from left to right. With a swipe over the left temple of her FAUNA glasses, Lisa turns down the music in her ears a bit and whistles Akira back. "Stay with me, Akira," she calls, patting the gray dog's side as she walks beside her again. She enjoys listening to her favourite music when she goes hiking or on a walk in the morning, while still being able to hear the nature around her and being able to communicate with her dog.
The higher the two get, the more often they have to make their way over snow and ice fields. For Akira, of course, none of this is a problem. But Lisa also climbs higher and higher with a sure step. She feels her cell phone vibrating in her pocket. A call... Conveniently she only has to tap lightly on the temple of her FAUNA to accept the call. Especially on this steep and icy part of the trail, it is important to have both hands free in case of emergency. Through the FAUNA glasses, Lisa can make phone calls without having to use one hand to hold the smartphone.
At the top, the beauty of the sunrise reveals itself. Akira excitedly runs back and forth trying to sniff out everything possible. Despite the early hour, the sunrays are already quite strong up here. How good that Lisa has chosen the FAUNA sunglasses. She looks around attentively and even thinks she sees some chamois running across a snowfield in the distance. With a contented sigh, Lisa settles down on a stone, leans back, turns the music up a bit with the help of her FAUNA and takes in the beautiful view.