The artistic sculpture form of this bluetooth speaker is sure to make you look twice.
This speakers interesting shape is one of the things that sets it apart from the rest of its kind. Visually, you can see that it has a translucent exterior that hides the inner parts, while still giving the viewer some mystery and visual suspense. As you work your way looking down the speaker you will notice its sphere base that looks as though it gives no effort whatsoever in holding up the entire device. Almost acting as a visual illusion of sorts, with the heavier looking part on the top instead of the bottom. It’s not likely the outdoor waterproof bluetooth speaker you may want for adventures like the Aomais Go 30W Bluetooth Speaker. It’s shape is also a lot more out there than your typical bluetooth speakers like the EU Bloom 2 or the Lexon Terrace.
Within the translucent housing are separate subwoofers and tweeter drivers to create a deeper output and deliver the best sounding and smooth acoustics. Trying to create a seamless listening experience for the listener they added just one dial on the sphere. This dial controls the bluetooth function, as well as volume. The designers chose to get rid of the numerous controls that are typically on a speaker in hopes to create an intuitive experience. Sometimes simple is better and this case is surely is.
Certainly an intriguing speaker visually with many subtle yet appreciated details, this design certainly has caught our eye!
Designer: Rigardt Greyling