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Trobla | Wooden Smartphone Amplifier

Trobla is a beautiful wooden amplifier for smartphones that looks and sounds great, and it doesn’t require any electronics or batteries at all! Crafted by Slovenian furniture manufacturer Tok Tok, the sleek amplifier is built in wood and features a hollowed chamber where sound travels smoothly guided by a cone, audibly enhancing your smartphone’s sound in style. Say goodbye to that dreaded low-battery symbol! watch the video

Trobla´s detachable pieces can be interchanged to fit generations of iPhone or different smartphone models




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