Make a statement with the OM/ONE levitating Bluetooth speaker

We use affiliate links. If you buy something through the links on this page, we may earn a commission at no cost to you. Learn more.

Om One

One thing I used to daydream about as a child is having the power of levitation/telekinesis. To this day, that would be my super power if I could have one. And guess what? Now there’s a LEVITATING Bluetooth speaker in the works! The OM/ONE is a small orb speaker that measures 3.6 inches in diameter and weighs 0.75 pounds, while the base is 6.3 inches in diameter x 1.6 inches in height and weighs 1.3 pounds. The base requires a 12V power supply (included) to levitate the orb using a magnet but is not needed to power the speaker. The base also has a USB port to charge your other devices. The speaker has it’s own USB (LED) charging cable and stand. “The speaker orb connects to a charging stand with an embedded LED stream that plugs into any USB port. The charging stand will illuminate once the orb is fully charged” (three hours charging time). Using the USB charging cable, the stand can be plugged into the USB port on the OM/ONE base or any other USB charging port to charge the orb; hence, there is no wireless charging.

The orb does not need its base to function and can be taken anywhere for portability. It has a On/Off touch sensor (controls power, Bluetooth pairing, and speakerphone functions), 75 mm driver, and will connect to your mobile device via Bluetooth 4.0. It levitates about one inch off the base, rotates as it plays up to 15 hours of music, and two speakers can be paired with one device for stereo sound. In addition, it has a microphone so that it can be used as a speakerphone – a rotating, levitating speakerphone. Awesome.

The OM/ONE comes in jet black, glacier white, or disco ball. You may pre-order your black or white one for $179 or the disco ball for $299 (ouch) from Om Audio. (Now they need to make one for the sun and each of the planets – how cool would that be?)

3 thoughts on “Make a statement with the OM/ONE levitating Bluetooth speaker”

  1. Gadgeteer Comment Policy - Please read before commenting
  2. I have purchased the OM One and have found that this product is quite poor in design. First, it sounds acceptable but once you turn up the volume, you will hear the cheap quality of the product. Secondly, once you take it of levitation to charge the orb, you will find that it is impossible to get the orb to levitate again. I have had several people try without success. Lastly, you can email the company until your fingers fall off and they will not help you out. I have thrown mine in the trash, which is where I think this product belongs.

    1. I’m so sorry that you had such an awful experience with this product and the makers of the product! Perhaps your comment will spare others from the same fate. I hope that you were able to get your money back in the end.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *