Jambox by Yves Behar
at The Temporium

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Jambox by Fuseproject at The Temporium

The Temporium: we have ten Jambox portable wireless speakers in limited-edition packaging designed by Yves Behar of Fuseproject on sale at The Temporium, our pop-up design store in London.

Jambox by Fuseproject at The Temporium

The Temporium is the only store in the UK stocking the product in special "shoebox" gift packaging, designed by Behar and featuring an old-school boombox on the lid and the legend "That was then... this is now".

Jambox by Fuseproject at The Temporium

Jambox, produced by Jawbone, plays music from iPods, iPads or any Bluetooth-enabled device.

Jambox by Fuseproject at The Temporium

The product comes in black, grey, blue and red and costs £160. See our earlier story about Jambox for more information.

Jambox by Fuseproject at The Temporium

The Temporium is at 221 Brompton Road, London until Sunday 19 December. See all our stories about The Temporium.


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  • Xit

    I'd have more 'then' than 'now' anyday day of the week.

  • Xit

    I'd have more 'then' than 'now' any day of the week.

  • http://blog.faverodesign.com/ sean favero

    With Xit. My first thought was what does a boombox have to do with a reflector. Then I read and discovered what it was and then was even less impressed. Poor design. A little less Yves, a little less box, and a whole lot more then would have done some good.

  • http://infusionart.co.uk canvas prints

    It seems this kind of styling is trending right now – I recently saw an Ipod cover that looks like a cassette – seems with all this technology we still hunger for the analogue days.

  • polly

    sometimes i just don't get this designer. On the one hand he outputs projects that aim to better our current environmental situation and living condition, then on the other, he produces pointless gadgets like this.
    These sorts of objects only really last as long as their novelty factor and then they end up lying around somewhere when you find you really just prefer a good set of speakers or headphones.

  • Gravy

    160 Pounds = $250!

  • Gulli

    I don't see the speakers. where are they? I don't understand what I would be buying.

    I see the packaging. I like the packaging, its clever. But it is the stuff I immediately throw out or put in the recycling.

    But is there such a thing as "wireless speakers"? Don't they all have to plug into an electric socket through a transformer and be all wired together? Or is there a breakthrough technology at work that eliminates all wires like in the Jetson cartoons?

    • Filipe

      that breakthrough technology is called Bluetooth

  • Tom

    Yves Behar Have never been a good designer… someone said: "sometimes he outputs projects that aim to better our current environmental situation and living condition…" Sorry but the one laptop per child project was the same thing… nonsense solutions from an artist… this is another Diva