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  #1845252 11-Aug-2017 15:06
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I've seen one of these in real life, although it was in a very noisy environment so I can't make any comment on the sound quality.


Salesman: It's suprisingly stable.
Me: *Gives it a poke*
Device: *Drops like a stone and gets stuck to the magnetic base*
Salesman: *Spends the next 30 seconds trying to reset it*


Looking back on it I can't help but laugh, but I was embarrassed at the time!

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  #1845255 11-Aug-2017 15:10
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I've seen them in JB Hi Fi. Can't remember how they sounded though but certainly look the business!



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  #1845267 11-Aug-2017 15:27
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I expect they don't sound too good but who cares? Death star! Levitating!


The cat would probably deal to it though.

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  #1845276 11-Aug-2017 15:43
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They take quite a bit of practice to get it levitating...


Sadly it does not fire death rays / destroy planets. I suppose the warnings and disclaimers would have been a little tough to print out?

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  #1845284 11-Aug-2017 16:17
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On the shelf at smith city too


Reduced to $179 as noone was buying 


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  #1845290 11-Aug-2017 16:37
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How about "No... *I* am your father!"


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  #1845296 11-Aug-2017 16:53
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The biggest issue I see is that you have to charge the Death Star speaker before you place it on the "levitation " pad

Now if ithe pad could both float and wirelessly power the speaker that would be seriously cool

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  #1845323 11-Aug-2017 18:27
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How about "No... *I* am your father!"





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  #1845338 11-Aug-2017 18:58
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I want a levitating life size star destroyer that emits bass

Involuntary autocorrect in operation on mobile device. Apologies in advance.

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  #1845353 11-Aug-2017 19:52
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Lack of being able to run constantly off wall power makes it of no interest to me. Anything that small sounds terrible so its just for the effect of it doing things that you own one.


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  #1845358 11-Aug-2017 20:05
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I've seen them in JB Hi Fi. Can't remember how they sounded though but certainly look the business!



don't be too proud of this technological terror you've constructed

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