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1960s-style bluetooth leather wireless speaker

I know, bluetooth wasn't used in the 1960s. But this 1960s-style bluetooth leather wireless speaker mixes the looks of that era with the technology of today.

The selling point is that perforated leather cladding, which is based in transistor radios of the 1960s and is matched with a strap for ease of use and carrying.

But that's only half the tale, with the audio unit within offering the 'highest quality audio circuitry' and up to eight hours of music playback. You can even opt to use it as hands-free speakerphone too.

There are choice of brown and black for the leather finish, both retailing for £120.

Find out more at the Not On The High Street website