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Tote Your Tunes with Style

A fanny pack is pretty much the antithesis of hip. But add a pair of speakers? Now you’re talking retro portability for modern music lovers. JammyPack is the brainchild of Jonnie Sax and Alex Gobel, who designed an easy, addictive way to listen to tunes while you’re on the go -- and without requiring headphones. You can connect any iPod, mobile phone, mp3 player or multimedia device to the speaker bag, then enjoy your favorite music through JammyPack’s water-resistant speakers (powered by a USB connection to three AA batteries). When you want to share your music with friends, JammyPack makes it easy. It’s great for going out at night, hanging out at the beach or pool, and staying tuned in (safely) while you’re biking, skiing or snowboarding. JammyPacks have been found everywhere from golf courses to skateboard parks. Teens and young adults are the obvious target for JammyPack’s portable stereo system -- but music appreciation knows no age limit. Don’t miss a beat with this tricked-out fanny pack.

JammyPack

Ultimate fanny pack with speakers

Tote Your Tunes with Style

A fanny pack is pretty much the antithesis of hip. But add a pair of speakers? Now you’re talking retro portability for modern music lovers. JammyPack is the brainchild of Jonnie Sax and Alex Gobel, who designed an easy, addictive way to listen to tunes while you’re on the go -- and without requiring headphones. You can connect any iPod, mobile phone, mp3 player or multimedia device to the speaker bag, then enjoy your favorite music through JammyPack’s water-resistant speakers (powered by a USB connection to three AA batteries). When you want to share your music with friends, JammyPack makes it easy. It’s great for going out at night, hanging out at the beach or pool, and staying tuned in (safely) while you’re biking, skiing or snowboarding. JammyPacks have been found everywhere from golf courses to skateboard parks. Teens and young adults are the obvious target for JammyPack’s portable stereo system -- but music appreciation knows no age limit. Don’t miss a beat with this tricked-out fanny pack.

Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Jonnie
    Jonnie

    Hi Daily Grommet. I'm excited to be here today answering your questions about the JammyPack! Whether you're wondering about the quality of the materials we use in the pouch (they're the highest quality), what type of sound comes out of the speaker (unbeatable), or how you ever grooved without this (we don't know) I'm right here to answer.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    3/30/2011 2:34 PM

    I love how this portable speaker can be used either in its pack and securely around your waist moving with you, but also zipped off and detached. Very smart design taking portable one step further.

  • David
    David
    3/30/2011 4:19 PM

    Can you provide any further evidence of the sound quality of these speakers? It's disappointing the video did not touch on this at all. I have no sense of how far one would be able to hear these speakers and how good the sound compares to a Tivoli or Bose for example. Any help here is appreciated.

  • Jonnie
    Jonnie – Special Guest
    3/30/2011 4:51 PM

    @David: Good question! Well...we have had hundreds of satisfied customers. Customers (FANS!!) that have solicited rave reviews pertaining to the sound quality. More specifically how LOUD and CLEAR they are at max volumes. This was our #1 goal and engineering intention. Some have even gone so far to say "Uncomfortably loud." That's not to say it competes with home stereos or when you're actually in the Club or Concert. Technically speaking however, each speaker is 2W.

  • David
    David
    3/30/2011 4:57 PM

    @Jonnie Sax: Thanks for the info

  • Wendy
    Wendy – Grommet Team
    3/30/2011 5:03 PM

    @David: I took this JammyPack out skiing one day with my boys and we enjoyed it outside. When I was skiing with it on, really only I could hear it -- it wasn't too loud, since I was moving down the hill and I wanted to be able to hear other skiers around me. Now, when we were on the chair lift and waiting in line, everyone around us could hear it. I could control the volume so it wasn't blasting and so that we could still speak and be social while it was on. For that reason I think the sound quality is really good. I have a Bose dock for my ipod at home, but find it hard to compare the 2 directly, since one sits on my counter and this JammyPack unit is smaller and more portable. It isn't really a fair comparison, but I will tell you that overall I am quite impressed by the sound -- and everyone I ran into skiing was impressed that the sound was coming out of my fanny pack -- now they know it is a JammyPack!

  • Mary
    Mary
    3/30/2011 6:32 PM

    I walk the Susan G. Komen for the Cure 3-Day 60 mile, and have three accessories: The i-Phone (i-Pod), the fanny pack, and the walking stereo. I would like to know, does this have holders for a water bottle? If it did, I would be perfect!

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    3/30/2011 11:50 PM

    @Mary: This does sound like the perfect accessory to have along for your walk. As far as the water bottle, what you need is the Vapur water bottle. It will roll up when empty and can hang from the waist pack via its carabiner hook. Check out the Vapur Water bottle feature here. Thanks for walking for a cure.

  • Mary
    Mary
    4/5/2011 12:13 PM

    @Katherine Klinger: I have those on my favorites list too!! I'll give them a try :)

  • Stacey
    Stacey
    12/10/2011 1:51 PM

    I ordered this on Nov.13th and have tried to contact you on when I am going to receive my order and have not received any comment. Can you please advise on when my order will arrive?

    Regards,

    Stacey

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    12/10/2011 6:19 PM

    @Stacey Mrozinski: Thank you for posting. It does sound like something has gone awry. I have forwarded your information on to our Customer Support team and someone will be in touch with you.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

JammyPack

Ultimate fanny pack with speakers

Tote Your Tunes with Style

A fanny pack is pretty much the antithesis of hip. But add a pair of speakers? Now you’re talking retro portability for modern music lovers.

JammyPack is the brainchild of Jonnie Sax and Alex Gobel, who designed an easy, addictive way to listen to tunes while you’re on the go -- and without requiring headphones. You can connect any iPod, mobile phone, mp3 player or multimedia device to the speaker bag, then enjoy your favorite music through JammyPack’s water-resistant speakers (powered by a USB connection to three
AA batteries).

When you want to share your music with friends, JammyPack makes it easy. It’s great for going out at night, hanging out at the beach or pool, and staying tuned in (safely) while you’re biking, skiing or snowboarding. JammyPacks have been found everywhere from golf courses to skateboard parks.

Teens and young adults are the obvious target for JammyPack’s portable stereo system -- but music appreciation knows no age limit. Don’t miss a beat with this tricked-out fanny pack.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Jonnie
    Jonnie

    Hi Daily Grommet. I'm excited to be here today answering your questions about the JammyPack! Whether you're wondering about the quality of the materials we use in the pouch (they're the highest quality), what type of sound comes out of the speaker (unbeatable), or how you ever grooved without this (we don't know) I'm right here to answer.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    3/30/2011 2:34 PM

    I love how this portable speaker can be used either in its pack and securely around your waist moving with you, but also zipped off and detached. Very smart design taking portable one step further.

  • David
    David
    3/30/2011 4:19 PM

    Can you provide any further evidence of the sound quality of these speakers? It's disappointing the video did not touch on this at all. I have no sense of how far one would be able to hear these speakers and how good the sound compares to a Tivoli or Bose for example. Any help here is appreciated.

  • Jonnie
    Jonnie – Special Guest
    3/30/2011 4:51 PM

    @David: Good question! Well...we have had hundreds of satisfied customers. Customers (FANS!!) that have solicited rave reviews pertaining to the sound quality. More specifically how LOUD and CLEAR they are at max volumes. This was our #1 goal and engineering intention. Some have even gone so far to say "Uncomfortably loud." That's not to say it competes with home stereos or when you're actually in the Club or Concert. Technically speaking however, each speaker is 2W.

  • David
    David
    3/30/2011 4:57 PM

    @Jonnie Sax: Thanks for the info

  • Wendy
    Wendy – Grommet Team
    3/30/2011 5:03 PM

    @David: I took this JammyPack out skiing one day with my boys and we enjoyed it outside. When I was skiing with it on, really only I could hear it -- it wasn't too loud, since I was moving down the hill and I wanted to be able to hear other skiers around me. Now, when we were on the chair lift and waiting in line, everyone around us could hear it. I could control the volume so it wasn't blasting and so that we could still speak and be social while it was on. For that reason I think the sound quality is really good. I have a Bose dock for my ipod at home, but find it hard to compare the 2 directly, since one sits on my counter and this JammyPack unit is smaller and more portable. It isn't really a fair comparison, but I will tell you that overall I am quite impressed by the sound -- and everyone I ran into skiing was impressed that the sound was coming out of my fanny pack -- now they know it is a JammyPack!

  • Mary
    Mary
    3/30/2011 6:32 PM

    I walk the Susan G. Komen for the Cure 3-Day 60 mile, and have three accessories: The i-Phone (i-Pod), the fanny pack, and the walking stereo. I would like to know, does this have holders for a water bottle? If it did, I would be perfect!

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    3/30/2011 11:50 PM

    @Mary: This does sound like the perfect accessory to have along for your walk. As far as the water bottle, what you need is the Vapur water bottle. It will roll up when empty and can hang from the waist pack via its carabiner hook. Check out the Vapur Water bottle feature here. Thanks for walking for a cure.

  • Mary
    Mary
    4/5/2011 12:13 PM

    @Katherine Klinger: I have those on my favorites list too!! I'll give them a try :)

  • Stacey
    Stacey
    12/10/2011 1:51 PM

    I ordered this on Nov.13th and have tried to contact you on when I am going to receive my order and have not received any comment. Can you please advise on when my order will arrive?

    Regards,

    Stacey

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    12/10/2011 6:19 PM

    @Stacey Mrozinski: Thank you for posting. It does sound like something has gone awry. I have forwarded your information on to our Customer Support team and someone will be in touch with you.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.