Pelty Fire-Powered Bluetooth Speaker

Jul 2, 2014

Category: Tech

Historians note that, centuries ago, when man first invented fire, he did so with the simple intent of heating up a few marshmallows on a stick. You’ve seen the smores diagrams on cave walls, you know what we’re talking about. Now, the basic flame is ready to branch out a bit.

Pelty is Bluetooth speaker that’s powered by fire. Yes, the heat of one candle apparently produces enough energy to run the built-in Bluetooth speaker unit for up to five hours, as you send music to it from your smart device. Pelty itself is handcrafted in Italy from ceramic, glass, and timber, while the speaker in the prototype is a full range 3 in. (7.6 cm) driver, with a nominal impedance of 8 Ohms and a power rating of 12 W RMS. You can grab one on Indiegogo right now, with deliveries expected to start in November. [Purchase]

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