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Briefly: WaterField's Franklin Tote, Impulse Lightning Speaker Dock

updated 09:33 pm EDT, Mon June 30, 2014

WaterField Designs introduces full-grain leather Franklin Tote

WaterField Designs has announced its new handmade leather tote. The Franklin Tote is comprised of naturally-tanned, full-grain leather and nylon accents in varying colors. The tote has seven organizational pockets, ideal for tablets and smaller accessories. Priced at $290, the full-grain leather is available with a choice of black, copper, "flame," green, pearl or pine nylon panel colors. Shipping begins July 7.



KitSound's Impulse Lightning Speaker Dock released

KitSound has introduced a new speaker dock -- the Impulse -- compatible with Lightning devices such as the iPhone 5s, 5c and 5, iPod touch (fifth generation) and the iPod nano (seventh generation). Featuring a lightweight design, the Impulse speaker dock incorporates a folding stand that allows for portability. Depending on battery choice, the speaker can play for up to 16 hours, and can also be connected to a 5V, 2A USB mains charger.



Impulse's controls include play, pause, skip, fast-forward, rewind and volume increase and decrease, and connected devices will charge when the speaker is plugged in. An auxiliary input jack is included that accommodates devices other than iPhone and iPod. Priced at $50, the Impulse speaker is now available.




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