Case Of Bass Vintage Suitcase Boombox

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Last year Mr. Simo took the world by storm fusing technology and fusion together for his incredible BoomCase, old suitcases transformed into a modern day boombox. It looks like Mr. Simo isn’t the only game in town though as brothers Ezra and Alex Cimino-Hurt take their shot at the same concept with the catchy Case of Bass.

These devices are more than just a trendy, witty name though. The Case of Base can be built to exact customer specifications, ensuring that there is no other device on the planet like yours. The repurposed old luggage turned audio equipment is powered by a lightweight Li-on battery pack to keep the beat bumping all night long.

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