Seal Tire Wireless Speaker

Jul 5, 2018

Category: Tech

Making a speaker out of a tire could easily look pretty ridiculous; however, a Japanese company called Seal just so happened to pull it off. Seal’s Tire Speaker is a well-made, aesthetically pleasing audio set-up.

Delivering the crisp sound of your favorite jams, this handmade Bluetooth-enabled speaker is a must-have for gearheads everywhere. Constructed with a 115m woofer and 25mm tweeters with a frequency range of 60Hz to 20,000 Hz, this wireless tire speaker is ready to blast your tunes. In addition, it’s made from used or scrapped B-class tires and has a range of 10 meters. It’s also easy to set up, so you can take it anywhere around your home or even outdoors for a relaxing summertime barbecue. You’re able to pre-order this remarkable Bluetooth speaker right now.

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