Basslet

Watch-size subwoofer delivering bass straight to your body

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Oh wow oh wow. @bassnectar do sumn crazy.
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Rahul Ramchand
Botmonster 🔥
Was fortunate enough to test this out. Solid product. I think what might be more kickass is having two basslets on, because then the bass feels more spread out? Totally see this becoming a thing.
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I've been using this for a while now... I found that at first it was a bit weird, you feel the vibration very much just on your wrist. But after about 10 minutes, you start to forget about where it is, and the music just sounds louder and fuller. Very nice accompaniment to headphones, I'm loving it
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Douglas Evaristo
Product Manager
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nice one!
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Steven Rueter
Developer
Haha chyessss! Uns uns uns
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Ryan Hoover
Founder of Product Hunt & Weekend Fund
I'm skeptical but eager to try this out. Anyone have experience using it?
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Rahul Ramchand
Botmonster 🔥
@rrhoover Yup used it! You have to play the right sort of songs to get the right experience. I think this would be a baller if there was one on each arm. Songs with less bass aren't as good, but the right track would blow your mind.
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@rrhoover personal experience is, it makes you travel deep into electronic music and it won't be the same after you try it.
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Del Williams
Founder, Thinking Anew Media
Simple question, why?
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Basslet
Maker
@delwilliams Bass was meant to be felt, not just heard.
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Yung S.linux user
It is not something necessary needed, and looks stupid, but when the same song never be the same, in a way you think you really want to spend some time and enjoy it alone. I would say this is one of best wearable device I ever own, that actually makes me want to put it on again.
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Yung S.linux user
Would love to see basslet to support by more devices, wirelessly!! Teenage Engineering's next synth wirelessly syncs with Basslet https://www.engadget.com/2017/01...
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