Australian peripheral maker Laser has a new gadget it wants on the head of as many Australians as it can, and if it were to succeed, we’d be one colourful nation.

Released this week, the Laser Bluetooth stereo headphones come in a range of colours, work with music over Bluetooth A2DP, and feature a microphone for hands-free calls over Skype or mobile phones.

Laser tells us the battery is good for 10 hours of continuous use or 250 hours of standby, and will come with an extra set of ear pads and a pouch.

Very similar: Laser's Bluetooth headphones on the left, JayBird's SB2 headphones on the right.

Truth be told, the look of these headphones reminds us of the JayBird SB2 Bluetooth headphones reviewed last year. Whether they sound as good is anyone’s guess, but the moment we’ve played with a review unit, we’ll let you know.

Until then, you can find it in stores or online for $79.95 RRP.