Speakers can make or break your party. The days of putting your iPhone in a solo cup for that volume boost should be in your rear view. Connecting your laptop to your surround sound speakers with a USB will result in a nice trip and the hope we’ll see you next fall. Music needs to be sounding right and also be in the right place. So, a bluetooth speaker makes sense. But, why get a boring bluetooth speaker when you can get one that floats like an alien spacecraft to abduct your ruckus and take it out of this world?
The Mars levitation bluetooth speaker from Crazybaby floats above the subwoofer thanks to magnets (cue the Insane Clown Posse) with a unique automatic launch & land levitation system complete with slick sound effects. The unit has an 8 hour battery life with auto land and charge for craft that can be controlled by an app.
Funded with 3,904 backers on IndieGogo, Crazybaby was able to raise $775,632 for this product, which is waterproof up to 3 feet deep and has aircraft grade aluminum that protects it from bad outdoor weather. It’s also magnetic – remember ICP? – so, you can snag it off the subwoofer and stick it to any metallic surface.
The bluetooth technology can control the speaker from up to 33 feet away and the speaker spans a full 360 degrees, so everyone gets the best sound in the room. Co-founders Allen Zhang and Steven Zhu claim they “developed the best levitation system for a speaker that also showcases an elegant industrial design. (Similar) products usually apply awkward design to fit in the levitation module”.
You can check out the full review from The Verge below: