Spray Bluetooth Speaker Pays Homage To Marc Ecko's Roots
With the latest entry into the Ecko NLTD.SOUND line, designer Marc Ecko wanted to pay homage to what inspired him from the very start – the graffiti culture of New York City. The Spray is a Bluetooth speaker made in conjunction with Mizco International. It has a 30 foot range, and is in the shape of a black can of spray paint. Design meets functionality beautifully, making the Spray a deserved CES Innovations 2012 Design and Engineering Award Honoree.
The Spray works with all Bluetooth enabled devices, and packs two full-range high-output 40mm drivers, resulting in clear, high-fidelity sound. The dome of the spray can can be twisted to adjust volume or switch tracks, and the spray canister button controls play and pause, and switches between phone and music modes. A microphone is built-in, so you can use the Spray as a Bluetooth speakerphone, as well. The body features a glossy black metal grill, adorned with the Ecko logo.
The Spray will be a great addition to the collection of any fan of Urban style. It looks great, and has the specs to be a legitimate Bluetooth speaker in the current market. Stay tuned as CES approaches for more information.