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House Of Marley Brings Sustainable Audio Design To CES

House Of Marley Brings Sustainable Audio Design To CES With 2018 Product Line-Up Preview

New elements of sustainable design feature cork and recycled silicone for headphones and speakers, while product purchases help global reforestation efforts through Project Marley partnership with One Tree Planted.


House of Marley is paving the way for earth-friendly design in consumer electronics with the debut of their newest products for 2018 at CES Las Vegas this week. A selection of their latest wireless headphones and portable Bluetooth™ speakers are shining light on the need for sustainability within a plastic driven market, incorporating consciously-harvested cork, recycled, non-toxic silicone and up-cycled fabrics made from hemp and recycled plastic bottles. Sustainably crafted for superior sound. Attendees of CES can view the following upcoming releases January 9 – 12 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Booth #14041.

Embodying the Marley materialization around sustainability, the No Bounds is a rugged, dust and water-proof speaker (IP67) made for an active lifestyle. Designed using lightweight, recyclable cork, the portable Bluetooth™ speaker is also dual speaker pairing capable. Its carabiner and quick charging, 10+ hour battery life make it a perfect option for the outdoor enthusiast. MSRP: $69.99. On sale April 2018.

Incorporating all of the features of the No Bounds speaker, the No Bounds Sport boasts a 12+ hour battery life and water-proof 360-degree sound with optional storage in the base of the speaker. Crafted utilizing REGRIND™ cork and REWIND™ up-cycled fabric, the rugged, portable speaker is a stylish and conscious alternative for an active lifestyle. MSRP: $119.99. On sale May 2018.

No matter the activity – the durability, stability, comfort, sweat and weather resistance (IPX5) of the Uprise wireless, in-ear headphones will keep you from missing a single beat. The innovative design embraces a sustainable lifestyle through the House of Marley mantra, #MaterialsMatter, incorporating REGRIND™ recycled, non-toxic silicone and wood fiber composite resin. the in-ear form factor allows for a stable, custom fit, with a minimal hanger or fin fit options. MSRP: $99.99. On sale June 2018.

As part of the new Project Marley platform in partnership with One Tree Planted, a non-profit dedicated to reforestation efforts worldwide, a percentage of each House of Marley product sold will contribute to the brand’s common goal of planting 75,000 trees within the next year in an effort to spread awareness of global forest restoration needs and corporate social responsibility. Along with 100% recyclable packaging, the brand is making conscious efforts to ensure the materials they use conserve natural resources, contribute to cleaner manufacturing and produce less waste within the consumer electronics market.

About House of Marley:
House of Marley was born from the passion of the Marley Family to bring Bob’s vision of universal love, music and respect for nature, to life. The brand reflects this philosophy by embodying core values rooted in materials and sustainability, craftsmanship, superior sound and charitable mission. By combining high quality materials and innovative design House of Marley creates state of the art audio products – made better for the Earth and for the music. Their products are consciously crafted from socially responsible materials including REWIND™ up-cycled fabrics, REGRIND™ recycled silicone and plastics, solid bamboo, cork, FSC™ certified woods and 100% recyclable packaging. As part of their Project Marley platform, a percentage of each House of Marley product sold contributes to the brand’s common goal of planting 75,000 trees to spread awareness of global reforestation. Sustainably crafted. Superior sound. www.thehouseofmarley.com  @HouseofMarley #MaterialsMatter

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