The Norwegian design team at Sodapop have this week unveiled a new take on a portable wireless speaker which allows you to enjoy dynamic sound from a small portable speaker. The Scandinavian design uses a plastic bottle to enhance the low frequency bass from the speaker. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the design of the Sodapop speaker.
The Sodapop wireless speaker has this week launched via Kickstarter and is now available to purchase from £36 offering a 30 percent discount off the recommended retail price. If all goes well worldwide shipping is expected to take place during October 2018. “The Sodapop speaker has been designed to solve the main problem for small portable loudspeakers: They struggle to reproduce low frequency bass, resulting in a somewhat feeble sound. The Sodapop invention solves this problem by connecting the speaker to its own carrying case or any other suitable plastic bottle. This offers a compact portable wireless speaker that provide you with louder music, twice as much bass and an overall superior sound.”
For a full list of all available crowdfunding pledges jump over to the official Sodapop Kickstarter campaign page by following the link below. The Sodapop while a speaker has been designed and developed in Oslo, Norway by a team consisting of award-winning industrial designers, acousticians, tech enthusiasts, speaker nerds and music loving entrepreneurs. To bring you the best sound possible from a small compact wireless speaker.