Stand out from the crowd with Robert’s 50’s inspired AM/FM Revival Radio. Despite its vintage look, it boasts up to 120 hours of battery life and has an LCD display and auxiliary port for when you feel like jamming out to your own music. The Union Jack edition is probably our favorite in terms of retro swag, but it also comes in black and few shades of pastel.
Crowdfunded on Indiegogo, the ONE Light Smart Keyboard is a lightweight and mini smart piano that’ll take you from beginner to intermediate with nothing more than your own smartphone or tablet as a learning resource. An app with interactive piano lessons coupled with flashing LED lights on all keys will guide you through the learning process in a simplified manner at your own desired pace. This is a fun and easy way to learn how to play piano without skipping the fundamental steps.
There’s nothing worse than when the phone rings from across the kitchen and you’re shoulder deep into dishes. Triby is your go-to portable bluetooth speaker for the kitchen. You can make calls, answer calls, and listen to music without having to worry about drying or cleaning your hands. Triby also has WiFi so you can make hands-free calls to anyone who has the Triby iOS app. Using the app, you can write cute notes or draw pictures that will be displayed on Triby in real time.
It’s safe to say that the less wires in your life, the better. But finding good quality wireless headphones at a low price isn’t easy. At under $100, BÖHM’s wireless Bluetooth headphones definitely offer the best quality sound for your dollar. Not only are they super stylish, they’re completely noise cancelling and will last up to 18 hours on a full charge. They’re a great choice of affordable headphones for running or working out.
For an active and outdoorsy music lover, this is probably the handiest (and smallest) portable speaker on the planet. Mengo’s AquaCube waterproof Bluetooth speaker lets you jam out to your favorite tunes at times where your headphone’s safety might be jeopardized by water damage (in the shower, on a shaky boat, at the pool, etc.). The AquaCube emits surprisingly powerful sound from its 3 watt speaker, despite its small size and the fact that it weighs practically nothing.