Here’s something for lovers of Porsche, specifically lovers of Porsche’s much revered 911 GT3. We’d say it is a must-have for every single Porsche enthusiasts, whether or not you actually drives one, cos’ this is a Bluetooth speaker is crafted from an actual, original exhaust tailpipes pulled from a Porsche 911 GT3. Clearly, that’s more than enough reasons for fans to drop 499 euros (about 569 in greenbacks) on a unit, but in case you need a little more information… this baby here is kind of a follow up to the 911 GT3 exhaust tailpipe-based soundbar introduced last year.
The object of lust here, the Porsche Design 911 Exhaust Tailpipes Bluetooth Speaker, features Bluetooth 4.0 technology bolstered by apt-X technology for high-quality wireless audio streaming, output through a dual speakers setup for a stereo sound touting a peak power output of 60W. Yes. 60-freaking-watt from this relatively compact device measuring 290 x 155 x 120 mm (11.4 x 6.1 x 4.7 inches) and tipping the scale at 3.3 kilograms (7.3 lbs). Ok. 7.3 lbs does not exactly make it a portable, but you will probably want it to be the center piece of your home.
This thing here will be a sight to be behold in your room or living. Ok, maybe just your room, cos’ your living is probably home to the aforementioned soundbar. Additionally, it is blessed with the convenience of NFC technology while a battery pack offers up to 24 hours of audio enjoyment per charge, so you need not to be tied to an outlet as you enjoy the tunes.
Images: Porsche Design.