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Marshall Kilburn

Marshall have presented their first portable speaker - the Kilburn. The lightweight piece of vintage styled engineering features Marshall´s unmistakable look and sound, with a vintage-looking front fret, gold-colored metal details, and the iconic script logo, but this time around unplugs the chords. Its Bluetooth connectivity means you´ll be able stream music directly to your Kilburn with no wires attached, for up to 20 hours. Available now in black or white.

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