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House Of Marley Goes Premium & Under Water At CES

A top seller at retailers such as JB Hi Fi and Harvey Norman, the House of Marley brand who have a reputation for delivering products made from natural products have used CES to showcase a new range of premium speakers that are also waterproof for 2018.

The flagship of the company’s new line is the No Bounds Sport speaker, a waterproof portable Bluetooth device that offers 12 hours of battery life and 360 degrees of sound from its cylindrical profile. The relatively simple design of the speaker does feature a couple of unique cues, including upcycled hemp fabric and a sustainably harvested cork base with optional storage — you know, for when you need to take something small with you on the go.

HOUSE OF MARLEY BRINGS SUSTAINABLE AUDIO DESIGN TO CES WITH 2018 PRODUCT LINE-UP PREVIEW (PRNewsfoto/House of Marley)

 

The US Company has also released the Uprise wireless, in-ear headphones. The new headphones are IPX5 sweat and weather resistant making it ideal for the Australian climate. It is made of non-toxic silicone and wood fiber composite resin. The Uprise headphones are slated to go on sale in the second hslf of 2018 in Australia.

Premium House of Marley No Bounds Sport Speaker

As you might have guessed, the No Bounds Sport Speaker is basically an enhanced version of the ‘original’ No Bounds speaker with a few extra features. This speaker boasts of a 12+ hour battery life and waterproof 360-degree sound. The product also gets an optional storage in the base of the speaker. The overall fit and finish of the speaker is also premium.

This speaker will also go on sale in the first half of 2018.

In addition to being sold in 100 percent recyclable packaging, every product sold by the House of Marley will contribute to reforestation, as part of an ongoing partnership between the company and One Tree Planted, a nonprofit dedicated to planting trees around the globe. House of Marley hopes to raise enough funds to plant 75,000 trees in 2018.

Even if you’re not in it for the ecofriendly angle, House of Marley has made some excellent products in the past, including the Stir It Up Turntable. It’s also worth noting that despite their many sustainable and recycled components, each of the company’s three new products carries a remarkably affordable price tag.

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