Jun 24 AT 12:46 PM Dima Aryeh 3 Comments

Soundfreaq launches Pocket Kick, portable Bluetooth speaker with 10-hour battery

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A favorite company of mine, Soundfreaq, has just launched the new Pocket Kick Bluetooth speaker. The Pocket Kick is the successor to the Sound Kick, the first Soundfreaq speaker I ever used. Though it’s similar in many ways, it changes things up by shrinking significantly and adding a longer lasting battery.

The little speaker is only 5.9×2.5×1.2 inches, so it fits easily into your pocket. Its rechargeable battery can provide up to 10 hours of music, which is fantastic for a tiny Bluetooth speaker, and Bluetooth 4.0 means your phone conserves battery as well. It even has a microphone for speakerphone capabilities.

The Pocket Kick is now available on Amazon for $99.99 in black. Platinum and gold will be released next week. I haven’t given it a shot yet, but Soundfreaq hasn’t disappointed me in the past. I’m very excited to get my hands on one. What do you think of the Pocket Kick? Will it be your next Bluetooth speaker? Leave a comment!

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JUNE 24, 2014 — LOS ANGELES — Soundfreaq, maker of the critically acclaimed line of wireless speakers, today announces the availability of Pocket Kick, an ultra-portable version of Soundfreaq’s award-winning Bluetooth speaker, Sound Kick. Pocket Kick makes it easy for consumers to listen and share their favorite songs with their friends, anywhere and everywhere. At $99, Pocket Kick comes in three colors – black, gold and platinum – and is available now on Soundfreaq.com. Starting today, the black version is also available on Amazon.com. The gold and platinum versions will be available on Amazon starting next week.

“Our goal with Pocket Kick was to design the best sounding, most practical speaker that you can keep by your side to enjoy and share more music in your day,” said Matthew Paprocki, co-founder/creative director of Soundfreaq. “While there are other ultra-portable speakers on the market, we’re confident that Pocket Kick’s sound offers detail, fullness and volume that is second to none, and that music lovers will find Pocket Kick the hands-down best speaker to keep your music always at-hand.”

Pocket Kick streams music via Bluetooth 4.0 and with its two custom drivers, pumps out impressive sound for its small size that’s surprisingly loud, full and clear. The ultra-compact speaker features a pair of custom engineered drivers and a passive radiator sandwiched between two full-metal, open air grills. Meticulously tuned, the design is optimized for airflow and projects full-frequency sound with lower frequencies kicked out the back.

To ensure a user’s listening experience can last all day while on-the-go, Pocket Kick is equipped with a rechargeable battery for up to 10 hours of playtime. It also has a built-in microphone, making it easy to take calls wirelessly. Pocket Kick includes a line-in jack for any device with a 3.5mm headphone jack and charges via a micro USB charging port, making it easy to charge regardless of your location. It also comes with a lanyard for carrying convenience.

Pocket Kick deviates from Soundfreaq’s more well-known design aesthetic of sharp right angles and edges. Abandoning the rigid geometry commonly found on other Soundfreaq’s products, Pocket Kick’s rounded edges allow the speaker to be more pocket and travel friendly.

For product images and one-sheets please go to: www.soundfreaq.com/press.

About Soundfreaq (www.soundfreaq.com)

Soundfreaq is a global co-op of craftsmen — designers and engineers — with deep expertise in consumer electronics and a passion for great sound. By working outside the limitations of a traditional corporate structure, Soundfreaq is able to develop products from the ground up that deliver premium sound for a wireless world and provide maximum value to consumers. All Soundfreaq speakers stream audio wirelessly, making every product compatible with today’s and tomorrow’s wireless devices. The company has been honored with multiple awards for its highly praised wireless speakers, including the “Mashable Choice” award in 2013, “Best in Show” from iLounge at CES 2012, 2013 and 2014 and “Gear of the Year” from WIRED Magazine in 2011. Twine International and LA-based creative incubator Goodhatch created Soundfreaq in November 2010.

Dima Aryeh is obsessed with all things car and tech. His time is split between gaming and fixing his racecar. He also does photography in his spare time.

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  • Mike B

    We have two SoundFreaq products in our house (a Sound Spot for my daughter, and a Sound Platform 2 for my son) and I love them both. Great sound and build quality for the price.

    Soundfreaq, if you read these comments, keep doing what you’re doing.


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