The Norwegian design group at Sodapop have this week unveiled a brand new take on a portable wired-free speaker which permits you to experience dynamic sound from a small portable speaker. The Scandinavian layout makes use of a plastic bottle to beautify the low frequency bass from the speaker.
Sodapop Portable Wireless Speaker Design
The Sodapop is an modern and superbly crafted Bluetooth speaker. As we are able to see from the pics, the speaker appears a bit like a uniquely designed water bottle that indicates off a minimum and stylish appearance layout, and multiple vivid shade options allow it to brilliant and stylish aesthetics that meet greater non-public choices. In the meantime, the compact cylindrical shape issue allows you to effortlessly take it everywhere with you.
Sodapop Portable Wireless Speaker Features
The Portable Bluetooth speaker comes geared up with full variety 4-watt speaker drivers that allows you to produce clean and balanced stereo audio. More importantly, the water bottle-like carrying case doubles as a unique bass amplifier with a integrated passive bass membrane. Using the membrane and the air internal, the case can boom the sound volume in the bass range with the aid of as much as 10dB. Furthermore, the speaker also works with any appropriate plastic bottle for greater bass. Further to built-in Bluetooth tech, the Sodapop comes with a further 3.5mm jack for wired connection, and integrated microphone lets in for handsfree calling. Apart from those, its 1600mAh rechargeable battery offers as much as 30 hours of music playback on a full single charge.
Sodapop Portable Wireless Speaker Price
The Sodapop wireless speaker has this week launched via Kickstarter and is now available to purchase from £36 offering a 30 percent discount off the recommended retail price. If all goes well worldwide shipping is expected to take place during next month. For a full list of all available crowdfunding pledges jump over to the official Sodapop Kickstarter campaign page.