Mino Camo

Design by: Manuela Simonelli & Andrea Quaglio

Collection: Mino

29,90

In stock

3W portable Bluetooth® speaker – TWS technology

  • ABS Camo Blue
  • ABS Camo Green
  • ABS Camo Grey
  • ABS Camo Red
Clear
SKU: LA113_CAMO Category:
  • 2 year warranty

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Portable Bluetooth® speaker – 3W – TWS technology
Pairable
Hands-free mic
Selfie control
Bluetooth® 4.2
Bluetooth® distance: 10 m
Battery life: 3 h
Charging time: 1 h
Power supply: on USB-C port (cable included)

Material: ABS
Suggested branding: silkscreen – laser
Ø 1.2 x 1.4″
G.W: 2.5 oz l i/c: 20 p/59.9 oz
Carton: 40 p/134.04 oz

image Compact size, awesome audio experience

Compact size, awesome audio experience

With a trendy camouflage finishing and a compact size that fits in the palm of your hand, Mino Camo is the perfect mini speaker to bring anywhere with you!
Rechargeable with its supplied USB-C cable, Mino Camo delivers up to 3 hours of battery life to stream your favorite music with an outstanding quality of sound.

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image IMMERSIVE SOUND AND CONNECTED FUNCTIONS

IMMERSIVE SOUND AND CONNECTED FUNCTIONS

Powered with TWS stereo technology, Mino Camo can be paired to double its sound performance up to 6W. With its built-in microphone, Mino Glossy lets you make hands-free calls and take selfies remotely by connecting to your smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth®.

Manuela Simonelli & Andrea Quaglio

Quaglio Simonelli was born out of a meeting between two designers, Andrea Quaglio and Manuela Simonelli, their common work is really fed by stories, a creative look at the surrounding world, mutations they would wish to induce: therefore they create familiar looking objects contaminated by the unexpected and the poetical. Miami is the name of the collection: elegantly flying on nostalgic wings, an Art Deco stylistic wink meeting actual technical requirements. It preserves gracious powers through a transversal proposal. This series bears the precise signatures of an approach basing their practice - never to see things the way they are.