The mini speaker wristlet bags are back! When I mentioned them way back when, most of you were digging their retro hip style. . . except they quickly sold out and only came in aqua. Well now the MoMA store is rocking them in peach and royal blue hues ($25). For newbies to the boombox bag, it holds all of the essentials — cell phone, lip gloss, keys — and you can even hook it up to your iPod for personal jam sessions. If you like these, be sure to have a peek at the Podblaster too.
Hola, Summer! We may be a couple months away, but I'm all about putting my arsenal together — you know, new bathing suit, sunglasses, and clearly, this bag.
It's not even the first MP3 player bag that cools your drinks, though this one is way, way bigger (and thus better, as conventional wisdom tells us).
That said, is a beach bag worth 80 bucks, electronic advantages and all?
With lots of pockets, two built-in speakers and a plug for your iPod, this speaker tote bag is a great accessory for trips to the beach. I'm not sure how amazing the speakers sound, but I'm sure it would be the same level of quality as a mini boombox — remember those?! It's even on sale for $49, saving you twenty bucks from the original price tag. And if you're looking for a speaker/cooler/AM FM radio combo bag, there's always this somewhat tacky bag.
The latest line of speakers bags has just emerged on Born Rich and I have to say, they aren't all that bad (the black is tres chic, no?). These Fi-Hi Speaker Bags were spotted at CTIA in Vegas this past week and come equipped with the usual waterproof speakers and 3-watt stereo amplifier. Except this time, these bags have been designed with the fashionista in mind, unlike the star-covered AM/FM cooler bag. Hook em' up to your iPod or cell phone via the included minijack and with four AA batteries you'll be able to rock out for at least six hours straight. They are brand spanking new, so no word on pricing just yet . . . eat your heart out Gucci!
I apologize for exhausting you with yet another iPod speaker bag, but I promise that this design is more geek chic than totally geeky, even if it is faux leather.
Featured on 7 Gadgets, the Groove bag by Felicidade looks like a giant clutch handbag that you'd pair with pumps for a day of shopping.
What I like about it is the iPod Cradle and the fact that the two speakers blend in with its exterior, making it more conspicuous than other iPod bags. Although I'm still debating whether or not I'd actually use it! Priced at $100.
What American wouldn't want one of these star covered AM/FM speaker bags on the 4th of July? Maybe not iPod compatible and maybe not as fashionable as the Roxy or Burton speaker bags, but this bag can blast tunes from a battery operated AM/FM tuner while chilling your beer in an insulated area big enough to hold a six-pack! Featured on Gizmodiva these bags come with a durable carrying strap and cost $25. Do tell - geek or chic?