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Oslo News +

Design by: Manuela Simonelli & Andrea Quaglio

Collection: Oslo

149,90

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DAB + FM alarm clock radio – Bluetooth® speaker – Wireless charger

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  • Light Grey/Green
  • Light Grey/Pink
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DAB + FM alarm clock radio – Bluetooth® speaker – 10W Wireless charger
Frequency range: DAB+: 174-240MHz / FM: 87.5-108MHz
Qi-certified (wireless power transfer using inductive charging)
Power supply: USB Type-C (cable included)
To plug into a wall socket, a universal DC 9V/2A power supply adapter US-UK-EU is required (included)

Material: fibers / ABS
Suggested branding: silkscreen – laser
4.3 x 4.3 x 4”
G.W: 21 oz l i/c: 5 p
Carton: 10 p/247 oz

image The 3-in-1 alarm clock inspired by scandinavian design

The 3-in-1 alarm clock inspired by scandinavian design

Start you day with Oslo News+, our versatile DAB & FM radio!
Oslo News+ combines multiple and uselef features at once: radio, alarm clock, speaker and a built-in wireless charging pad on its top surface. Boasting an impressive sound quality, listen to your favourite station or stream your playlist via Bluetooth® while charging your phone wirelessly. With Oslo News+ Qi technology, you can charge your smartphone wirelessly and conveniently at day or a night. With its sleek and modern design, Oslo News+ is the perfect bedside companion.

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.