Fabulous speaker, husband really impressed.
Got it as a gift, and i love it. It was difficult to get it aligned in the beginning, but after few times i got it and it spins, the trick is use 2 hands. And it looks so cool with light off, gives a disco type ambience. The only – i would have hoped to the orb to be a little lighter in weight.
As expected, deilivery was quick. As expected, deilivery was quick. Can not comment anymore that that at this moment as it is a christmas present.
I am very pleased with this innotive little speaker. Ok, so this is not a hifi product, and it isnt cheap. Everone who sees it is fascinated by it. Performance is up to any of the low range speakers available on the market, with very little bass, but the treble is quite clear and the spearker can go as loud as required, albeit slightly distorted high up. All in all, i am very pleased with this innotive little speaker, in a darkened room the blue lights look fantasticelivery was up to the usual amazon standard and the packaging was exceptional.
- This is brilliant Bluetooth player.
- Gadget Geeks Nirvana
- Unnecessary but so cool.
- I am very pleased with this innotive little speaker
- As expected, deilivery was quick. Can not comment
- A bit too expensive for what it does.
ICE Orb Floating Bluetooth Speaker – White/Blue
- Floating Speaker Orb spinning above a magnetic base
- Special sound guide cone designed to increase 3D surround effect
- Floating bluetooth speaker with 10mm ground clearance
- Built-in NFC function -any smartphone or tablet with NFC function can pair automatically
- Levitation technology user under license from Levitation Arts, Inc.
A bit too expensive for what it does. . Think that mine came used as the packaging wasn’t quite worthy of such a device, the quality of sound is almost great so its decent for me, getting the orb on the pod is tricky as hell, but when you get used to it, your more skilled at touching base oops i mean hovering base. Reminds me of back to the future 2, its just magnets strategically placed to grab the orb, it makes me wonder it would probably be useful for another magnet hovering on top , maybe a see through crystal housing a magnet, that has glowing led’s random colours inside a crystal just for aesthetics i guess haven’t tried it to check this. Anyway back on topic, its not worth the money as other bluetooth players that look cooler even than this are cheaper, all your really paying for is the idea of magnets floating an orb with the reverse magnet pull. I was going to send it back because i couldn’t get it to float, but then decided i got it working and it does look pretty damn cool, just not the technology that i had hoped it would be. I mean how else can you get things to hover, it hovers in place and spins round, it doesn’t float. You can however influence the spin if your careful. A bit dangerous to break though should the power fail and it drops bang repeatedly or not might damage the device eventually. You can plug it in as you play and have it give you eternal music without recharging it, but it looks cooler without the cable in the orb. The head looks like r2d2 from star wars, i’m not a fan that could be why i prefer something that’s either silver or black.
Good geek gadget, but a bit too expensive. . It looks great, and they seemed impressed with it, and the sound was surprisingly loud. Base is slightly underwhelming, but you cant expect more from such a small speaker. The main complaints about it i have are1. It would be nice if there was an induction charging system (but it would probably be inefficient given the air gap). The price is a bit steep, given you can find the same thing for less, and a similar black one for a lot less (eg £30).
Floating ord freaked the girlfriend out when she first saw it. It’s so easy to mount the ball just hold it above the centre and lower it, the magnets grab hold. A little expensive for a rechargeable bluetooth speaker, but give it few years and i’m sure it will have wireless charging too. A perfect gift the inner nerd or techno geek.