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Gomi Hand-Marbled Recycled Plastic Speakers is made from plastic waste

Editor's Rating
4.8/5?

Listen to music from a beautiful device that reduces waste with the Gomi Hand-Marbled Plastic Speakers. Made from plastic waste, this portable device uses flexible plastic that is typically not recyclable. Likewise, each Gomi speaker is equivalent to 100 plastic bags worth of flexible plastics. Additionally, the hand-marbled plastic speakers each have their own individual look. Created with three modular components, the speaker is a combination of digital fabrication and traditional craft methods. Featuring a modular design, the speakers can easily be separated. To top it off, you can melt the plastic components and use them for future products without losing any value. Utilizing Bluetooth connectivity, each minimalist speaker comes with a single button for easy control. Lasting up to 18 hours on a single charger, Gomi delivers exceptional sound quality.

Editor's Quote
" The hand-marbled designs means no two are the same. "
Overview & Specs
Editor's Rating
4.8
Connectivity
Bluetooth
Play Time
18 hours
Material
Non-recyclable plastic waste
Dimensions
5.43 x 10.62 x 3.14 Inches
Colors
City, Jungle, Ocean
Warranty
2 year warranty
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Ashley Timms
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