House of Marley unveiled three new products as part of their sustainable audio designs. In a plastic driven market, this line prides itself on incorporating consciously-harvested cork, recycled, non-toxic silicone and up-cycled fabrics made from hemp and recycled plastic bottles. House of Marley CES 2018 New Releases
House of Marley CES 2018 New Releases
Uprise headphone is a new HoM wireless earbud designed for an active lifestyle. It features a water resistant rating with IPX5 to withstand jetting water. It is said to be durable, comfortable, and of course, sustainable. These buds feature REGRIND recycled, non-toxic silicone and wood fiber composite resin. the in-ear form factor allows for a stable, custom fit, with a minimal hanger or fin fit options. Uprise will be on sale in June 2018 for $99.99. HoM also released two wireless speakers; No Bounds Speaker and No Bounds Sport Speaker.
The No Bounds Speaker is a sustainable, dust and water-proof speaker (IP67) made for an active lifestyle. It is designed using lightweight, recyclable cork and can pair to two devices at once. It supports a 10-hour battery life and seems like it’ll rival the JBL Clip 2 at a fair price of $69.99. It’ll be available in April 2018.
The No Bounds Sport Speaker provides 360-degrees of sound in frame that is similar to the JBL Flip 4, IMHO. The No Bounds Sport Speaker supports a 12-hour battery life and a waterproof frame. It is also comprised of REGRIND cork and REWIND up-cycled fabric for those with an active lifestyle. This speaker will be on sale for $119.99 in May 2018.
As part of House of Marley’s partnership with One Tree Planted, a non-profit dedicated to reforestation efforts, with each product sold House of Marley will contribute to planting 75,000 trees worldwide in an effort to spread awareness of global forest restoration – making their products, ‘gifts that give back’ this holiday season.
Check out all the other cool headphones that hit CES in our article “[Updated] CES 2018 Headphones New Releases, Exhibitors, Predictions.”