The HBT Elevate fitness mask is a head-mounted display for up to three people.
The device is made by Headspace, and features a 2.5D screen, a webcam and a built-in microphone, so you can talk to the device or use voice commands.
The headset also has a remote control that is used to control the device.
When it comes to the product itself, the headset comes with a pair of earphones that you can pair with the HBT headset for extra comfort.
The HBT is priced at $199, but you can get a standalone version for $199 that comes with the microphone and microphone jack, and the headphones.
The company also offers an HDMI-to-VGA cable for $15 that works with the headset and includes a rechargeable battery.
Headspace also sells a HBT headband that comes in different colors and styles.
The company has launched two versions of the device: the $199 HBT, and an $149 version.
Both versions are priced at a similar price, and both of the devices come with the same basic hardware as the original version.
HeadSpace is selling the $149 HBT to help raise funds for its Everest Foundation, which has been working to bring people up to a height of at least 5,000 feet.
The new version of the Hbt has an adjustable height that can be adjusted up or down depending on your head size, according to the company.
Headup, an outdoor technology company that sells a headset that helps people track their elevation, has also launched a $99 version.
It is similar to the $129 HBT and is similar in design.
The headgear also comes with one USB-C cable that works on both the HBP and HBT models.
Headups also has an HDMI cable that will work with the headsets.
The headband comes with both the USB-A and USB-E plugs.
Headspace also launched its own Elevate Elevation Mask, which is a similar product to the HBU’s Elevation mask.
Elevate has also released a $129 version.
Headup also sells the $99 Elevate mask, which comes with two different styles of earpads that you will find on the device, according the company’s website.
The earpad can also be adjusted to fit a specific head size.
The $99 model comes with an LED light that can show elevation, and a microphone, but Headspace’s $149 model is the only one that features the LED light.
HeadUp has launched a HBU Elevation helmet, a $199 model that features a more advanced feature called the Elevate Helmet.
It features a microphone and a light, but the device is not as advanced as the HBE or HBT headsets.
HeadSpace has launched its first Kickstarter campaign, which you can find here.
HeadUp has raised $150,000 to date and has a goal of raising $500,000 by the end of the year.
You can view a video from the campaign below: