Glass Speakers Beautiful and Charming, Likely Out of Your League
The names of the products (e.g., "Floe: isolated piece of sea ice," etc.) don't help, either. But, if the proletariat and the progressives can move past the aristocratic imagery and terminology, the speakers definitely allure the design-conscious. The stand-alone, 25-watt Floe (18"x18"x49") pumps out 90.6 dB, operates in a 100-foot wireless range, and is supposedly able to maintain "a sophisticated level of performance forever" -- a permanence that would undoubtedly justify an above-average price.
These snooty beauties probably aren't as affordable as other, artsier products on the market, but -- hopefully -- they couldn't be as exorbitantly priced as the "visually arresting" $140,000 Muons.