I like the 70s, and I’m not just talking about my women. I mean 70s disco music. You know, Boney M., the BeeGees, Donna Summer and all those other groovy bands that turned dance floors into funk temples.
But I’m embarrassed by my taste in music and others are embarrassed for me too. That’s why I always try to hide the sounds I play and blame it on the neighbors.
What better way to conceal your secret fetish than with a portable bluetooth speaker that doesn’t look anything like a portable bluetooth speaker? So you lose a little on sound quality…who cares? The most important thing is to feel comfortable with your choices in life.
This list is all about comfort. Warning. This list may also contain nudity.
And yes ladies and gentlemen, you are indeed looking at a pair of "nuts". Behold the mighty acorn nut speakers. These little gems of engineering, with their smooth natural wood veneer, will happily dangle from any bag or sack of your choice. So why not get your swing on with some speaker nuts?
You know the scenario. You have a computer. You need some speakers. But you don't want anyone to see your speakers, so you conceal them in the form of two books. Then, the next time your friends come round for a GTAV session you bamboozle them with your latest gadget. "Whoa! Where is that sound coming from" asks little Jimmy as he wastes an innocent pedestrian. "Isn't it amazing" you reply, with a grin wider than the San Andreas fault line.
Smh. I just have one question for you: who the heck doesn't need a pair of red rock speakers to add to their garden? I mean come on, speakers that actually look like plastic rocks and feel like plastic rocks, what's not to like?
This one is for all those book lovers out there. This exquisite article is indeed a backlit foldable speaker that looks like a book, feels like a book, is a book, except that it has no words.
Now, we all know that orbs are a must-have item of our times, but this one takes the proverbial biscuit. Not only does it exude orbness with its soft and sophisticated backlight, but the darn thing actually levitates. Oh and it also happens to be a portable speaker too.
This is one of many
cute annoying plastic dolls that are apparently able to pair up and produce a networked speaker set up. If you like all things kawaii then this is probably where you want to be.
Admittedly, this speaker does look rather like a pin cushion, but don't be fooled, this little stand alone cloth covered woofer is "sophisticated, yet playful; modern, yet classic. It's simple, orb-like geometry contrasts flawlessly with a luxe, textile face, and soft, rubberized back." How's that for a string of complimentary adjectives!
This speaker is so translucent, you can see your hand through it! But that's not all. The company behind this bad boy claims that its unique "Airflow technology" produces deep bass sounds that exceed all expectations. Unfortunately, I was not able to get hold of a review copy to verify that claim, but what I can say is the ability to see your own hand through a portable speaker is already a huge plus point.
This speaker doubles up as an aromatherapy and humidification diffuser. It also has a built-in ambient light. Perfect for those who want to play "songs of the whale" and burn sandalwood oil while they wallow in the bath tub.
I like the look of this bluetooth portable speaker. Its design reminds me of the Borg Cube in Star Trek. I'm not quite sure why it's called a "magic cube" apart from the multi-color lights, but it definitely looks cool.