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Juke Tower

By Ashida Design 

The Juke Tower (¥10,500Prices are approximate only and subject to change.
White Rabbit Express service fee and other costs not included.
), is a waterproof MP3-player designed by Osaka-born Hidekazu Ashida. It’s an ideal way to listen to music in the bath or shower, and looks so good that in 2012 it received the sought after ‘G-Mark’, awarded to exceptionally designed products at Japan’s annual ‘Good Design Awards’.

With a base diameter of 78mm and a height of 183mm the Juke Tower doesn’t take up much space, but once the LED time display is switched on, the object really takes center stage, providing up to twelve hours of uninterrupted musical entertainment.

Waterproof can mean many things, from dont-drop-it-in-a-puddle to 20,000-leagues-worthy. For those concerned, the Juke Tower received an impressive IPX5 rating, which means that water projected by a nozzle (6.3 mm) against the enclosure from any direction will have no harmful effects*. Just keep your water bill in mind as shower times are likely to increase drastically.

The Juke Tower comes in four different colors; white, black, red and pink.

Specifications:
Color: Black
Material: polycarbonate, ABS resin
Size: 78 × 183 mm
Weight: approximately 300 g
Country of origin: Japan
Warranty: 1 year
Power: 3 AA Alkaline batteries (LR6)
*Test specifications: at least 3 minutes with a water volume of 12.5 litres per minute and pressure of 30 kPa at distance of 3 m.
(Battery life: approximately 12 hours)

Please note that the Juke Tower doesn’t include USB device or batteries.

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Contributed by Rene

Rene is a writer and trend researcher. Born to Japanese parents in Vienna, Austria, she studied fashion and industrial design in Vienna, working as a make-up assistant (where she learnt to decode the complex world of primers, foundations and powders) and briefly as a stylist. After a year under the scorching sun in rural Thailand, Rene finally arrived in Tokyo and spent seven years writing for design magazines and researching trends in youth culture and design. She is White Rabbit's expert on Japanese beauty goods, fashion, and design products.

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