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Portable Audio System Made from Bamboo and Recycled Plastic

Portable Bluetooth Speaker Made from Bamboo and Recycled Plastic

Image source: thehouseofmarley.com

Modern electronics devices are usually made with petroleum-based virgin plastics, which can’t really be recycled or reused once we’re done with the product, which just adds to the environmental toll of our gadget-centric culture. But it doesn’t have to be that way, as there are plenty of options for those looking for a greener way to listen to their music or videos, such as this one, from House of Marley (yes, that Marley family).

The Get Together™ Bluetooth portable audio system is small but powerful, and can easily fill a room with sound, thanks to its 3.5″ high output woofers and 1″ tweeters. It features natural bamboo front and back panels, with the rest of the enclosure made from recycled plastic, and is covered with House of Marley’s own REWIND™ fabric, which is made from reclaimed hemp, organic cotton, and recycled plastic bottles.

“Wirelessly stream music with the Get Together™ Bluetooth® portable audio system. The built-in rechargeable battery, Bluetooth, and convenient 3.5mm input make it simple and easy to connect hundreds of devices and fire up your tunes whenever and wherever you need them. The exclusive REWIND™ fabric cover and natural bamboo front and back panels are beautiful and sustainable.” – House of Marley

The Get Together system is powered by a lithium ion battery (said to last for about 8 hours of play) or can also be run with a universal power supply. And in a pinch, you can even charge other devices from its battery, thanks to a USB power output port.

In addition to being able to wirelessly stream music via Bluetooth, an input port lets you plug in just about any audio device, and the system can be controlled remotely, or by using the built-in controls on the top of the unit. The Get Together portable audio system can be purchased directly through House of Marley, or through online retailers such as Amazon, for about $150 USD.

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