Mighty Spotify Player

Feb 23, 2016

Category: Tech

Lightweight, durable and small enough to clip onto any piece of clothing, the Mighty player is the first and only device that plays your Spotify music on the go without needing a smartphone connection. The player comes equipped with Bluetooth and WiFi and is compatible with both Android and iPhone operating systems. Plan on going remote? Mighty can also play up to 48 hours of music without requiring an internet connection.

In a world where music streaming is more and more reliant on increasingly bulky yet fragile smartphones, Mighty offers active users the option to take their Spotify playlists with them wherever they go. Featuring a durable carrying case, this device, housing 2GB Flash Hard Drive, is made for the active and unplugged world. Add a soundtrack to your next hike, workout or run with this small player and leave the smartphone at home. [Purchase]

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