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Gravity-Defying Floating Speakers Will Bring Out Your Inner Galactic Geek

Floating Speakers by Arc Star

 * One-of-a-kind bluetooth speakers with 360° sound and LED magnetic base 
* Portable speakers can last for 8 hours 
* Multi-purpose base serves as smartphone charging hub

Speakers typically serve one purpose: to play audio as crisp and clear as possible. Well, the good folks at Arc Star wanted to take it one step further and wow us with their space-inspired Portable Wireless Floating Bluetooth Speaker.Floating Speakers by Arc Star

The speaker may look like it came right out of a sci-fi movie, but it serves a pivotal function. Measuring at 5.9 x 3.7 x 2.6 inches, the compact circular design features speaker vents in a 360° alignment, allowing the music to play more seamlessly — unlike other speakers that play front and top-sided.

For those on the go, you’re covered. The magnetic base comes with a port, which charges your speaker ball directly so that it keeps floating while you keep the tunes going for hours on end. It also features an intergalactic illumination band running around the speaker, making everyone gaze in awe of the levitating device when used in the dark.

Floating Speakers by Arc Star

Basically, it’s out-of-this-world cool. And did we mention smart? Its multi-purpose base also serves as a smartphone charging hub so you can say goodbye to all those pesky wires taking up space on your desk. Elegant, practical and undeniably unique, the portable floating speaker is an eye-catching product that’s sure to get people talking and admiring for days.

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