House of Marley has announced the latest addition to its Get Together line of portable speakers – the Get Together Duo.
As with many of House of Marley’s audio offerings, the Get Together Duo’s standout feature is its sustainable construction. The speakers feature a “mindfully sourced” bamboo front and back, along with the brand’s own organic cotton and hemp REWIND fabric covering the sides.
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