Clip Sonic Foldable Speaker

Clip Sonic Foldable Speaker

The Clip Sonic Foldable Speaker is a perfect example of the old axiom about big things coming in small packages because you don’t get much smaller than a speaker that only measures 2.36 inches, making it the perfect on-the-go sound system for your iPod, iPhone, computer, or smartphone. As long as the device has a standard 3.5mm connection jack, you’ll be all set to jam to your tunes.

Clip Sonic Foldable SpeakerThe bellows system provides sound amplification with only a 1.0% distortion and the shiny, blue, almost-futuristic design will look sharp on your desk, on the bar at the coffee house, or any other place you happen to be when the need for a little background music overwhelms you. When the rigors of real life dictate that the jam session is over, just click the speaker shut and skip it into your pocket, secure in the knowledge that you will once more be jamming to the sounds of Air Supply in the near future. What? Doesn’t everybody listen to them?

It only takes about two and a half hours of charging via USB to be ready for between four and eight hours of continuous play so you shouldn’t have to worry about being stranded out in the world with nothing but silence as your companion. Not that there’s anything wrong with Silence hanging out with you; he’s just so darned quiet.

Clip Sonic Foldable Speaker:

  • Compact, foldable speaker.
  • Color: Blue.
  • Runs on a single integrated lithium battery (included).
  • The box includes: one speaker with 3.5 mm Jack input, a USB/mini USB cable to charge the battery with and an instruction sheet in English, Spanish and French.

The Clip Sonic Foldable Speaker is available for 19,85€ / $26.60 / £16.87 at Curiosite.

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Marty Shaw is a Texas-based writer, who is addicted to geeky gadgets and all things Doctor Who-related. When he's not trying to figure out a creative way to hitch a ride in the TARDIS, he imagines what it would be like to live through a zombie apocalypse as an uncool version of Daryl Dixon.

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