Lofree Poison Wireless Speaker

Aug 11, 2017

Category: Tech

Just in the past month or two we’ve seen ruggedized speakers, concrete speakers, and speakers made to look like guitar amps. The new Lofree Poison, however, may be our favorite one so far this year.

There isn’t necessarily anything groundbreaking going on here in terms of functionality, but when it comes to design, this speaker hits it out of the park. The retro, 1950s-vibe makes the speaker an easy addition anywhere in your home. And thanks to its small size, it can easily travel along with you anywhere. But don’t let the size fool you, this speaker is more than capable. It produces high quality mids and treble through the panel on the front, while a large panel concealed on the back is tasked with producing deep bass. To top that off, the whole thing is powered by a large battery with 6 hours of playtime, and two 10 watt amplifiers. Don’t feel like listening to streaming audio? The speaker has a radio-scanner as well for listening to music the old fashioned way.

Purchase: $75+

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