Founded on the principles of Bob Marley and operated by one of his sons, Rohan Marley, House of Marley has been working to develop its latest product - a sustainably built turntable.
The Stir It Up turntable which was unveiled on Tuesday has a price tag of US$229, and is built with a bamboo base, as well as the House of Marley’s own Regrind recycled silicone rubber and the company’s Rewind fabric made from up-cycled hemp and plastic bottles.
Its manufacturing is much like the multitude of other products House of Marley has from headphones and speakers to watches - all of which are sustainably made.
In anticipation of the turntable’s release, a limited edition 7 inch vinyl set of Marley family recordings will also be made available as an exclusive giveaway.
The recordings will feature tracks from several Marley's including Bob, Ziggy, Stephen and Skip.
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