There is nothing quite like a convergence of thoughts or ideas into a particular device, and the BoomCase that you see above is a very good point. After all, it does resemble a vintage suitcase, but functions like a boombox wherever you go. Based in california, “Mr. Simo” creates truly unique speaker facades out of old suitcases, and the company’s owner, Dominic Odbert, is proud that all of his creations are truly one of a kind. Of course, do make sure you know what you want when you see it – as once sold, you will never be able to find an exact same model ever again, unless you track down the owner of the sold BoomCase.
You will be able to choose from mono and stereo BoomCases, and if you happen to have deep pockets, Odbert will go through the process of building you custom BoomCases according to your requirements. Prices start from $300 thereabouts and can go all the way to $4,000, depending on the complexity of the work. Most of the popular models will cost half a grand, and this is one way to support Made in USA products during the economic turndown.
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