The Sound Torch 2.0

Pick some tunes to set your speaker on fire.

We can’t think of a better combination than music and flames. The Sound Torch 2.0 brings both things together beautifully, allowing you to listen to your favorite music that then dictates the fire pattern on the top of the device. It’s a bonfire and speaker in one with Bluetooth connectivity, 4 hour battery time and it’s also completely portable. Imagine staring into the flames as you while away the night with friends, or meditating in the quiet of your home.

$151 – $300
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