Star Wars Death Star Levitating Bluetooth Speaker

The levitating Death Star Bluetooth speaker has no any fatal laser weapon, and it delivers your favorite music in Galactic Empire’s style. Cool enough to match your passion for the classic sci-fi franchise? Let’s keep checking.

Star Wars Death Star Levitating Speaker

Appearance design

It’s an officially licensed and pretty cool levitating speaker themed by Star Wars. The speaker system consists of two parts including a spherical speaker measuring 95mm diameter and a base measuring 143 x 143 x 30mm.

As we can see from the images, the spherical speaker is shaped as Death Star, an ultimate weapon and space station from Galactic Empire in the universe of Star Wars. Meanwhile, its exterior shows off tactile texture to build the details from its original design. The compact design allows you to place the speaker on your desk, in the showcase or any surface where you want it to dock.

Star Wars Death Star Levitating Speaker

Function features

The Death Star speaker uses Bluetooth 4.1 technology with EDR to wirelessly connect with your smartphone or tablet, and it’s equipped with a built-in finely tuned 75mm audio driver in order to stream you high-quality wireless audio up to 10 meters away.

More importantly, the mini Death Star can float above the included electro-magnetic base. Give it a nudge and the Death Star will continue to spin through 360 degrees while playing your favorite tunes.

The spherical Bluetooth speaker also features built-in rechargeable battery that offers up to 5 hours of mobile audio playback, so it works well as a portable speaker. In addition, the magnetic base acts as charging station to charge the mini Death Star or your other devices.

Price and availability

The Star Wars Death Star levitating speaker has been available on Amazon for $115.

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