hironao tsuboi: vol speaker
‘vol’ portable speaker, designed by hironao tsuboi for british american tobacco
the minimalist design of ‘vol’, a portable speaker created by japanese designer hironao tsuboi for kent of british american tobacco, is structured for intuitive use. composed of aluminum, the speaker is switched on and off by turning the dial; volume adjust is accomplished in the same manner.
featuring no buttons, the lightweight speaker measures 55 millimeters (2.2 inches) in diameter and 37 millimeters (1.4 inches) in height.
‘vol’ is produced in silver, blue, and black
full side view
powered by lithium battery, the portable speaker includes an audio jack, USB port, and 5V DC connection
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