The Limited Edition Firecracker Red Pod Amplifier.
New Year’s the time to recharge, reset and restart.

Begin 2021 on a positive note by connecting with friends and loved ones, no matter where they are.

The new Limited Edition Firecracker Red pod amplifier seamlessly amplifies video calls, podcasts and playlists from your mobile phone anywhere, anytime. The acoustic shell’s interior and exterior are accented with a bright red finish. It fits most mobile devices up to 1cm thick and charging cables depending on the smartphone case in use.

The Limited Edition Firecracker Red Pod Amplifier

A special Lunar New Year edition limited to 500 pieces.

Red, the colour of spent firecracker casings carpeting the ground at traditional Lunar New Year celebrations, marks this special edition. The hue forms a striking backdrop against the sunburst motif which symbolises the start of a new day and a new year.

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Bronze Pod Amplifier

The sunburst motif in brilliant pewter and bronze accent finish is reminiscent of radio grilles from the Deco era to the 1950s.

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Copper Pod Amplifier

Brutalist style meets pewter and copper. Nostalgic radio inspires this pod amplifier. The acoustic shell’s interior is accented with a warm copper finish.

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Turquoise Pod Amplifier

A brilliant diamond jacquard pattern set against a refreshing blue-green background.

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Amethyst Pod Amplifier

Brilliant pewter is set against a high-relief surface pattern in amethyst purple.

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Graphite Pod Amplifier

The sparkling cross-hatch of brilliant pewter diamonds is amped up by the rich charcoal dark tint. Looking retro!

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Limited Edition Snowdrift White Pod Amplifier

A special Christmas edition limited to 500 pieces.

Snowy pearlescent white shimmers across the crisp facets and interior of this amplifier, a special edition for the holidays. The lively surface treatment is inspired by articulated cast concrete façade of the Welbeck Street car park, an atypically elegant expression of the Brutalist style, and a London design icon lost to redevelopment.

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