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iHome Launches Star Wars Inspired Products in Time for May the 4th

iHome has paid tribute to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story as well as the highly anticipated May 25th release of Solo: A Star Wars Story.

LI-B43.FMV7M Bluetooth Speaker (Poe Dameron's X-Wing Fighter) 




This light-up Bluetooth speaker is powerful and equipped with a long-lasting rechargeable Li-ion battery, producing broad-spectrum sound and ideal for on-the-go use. A microphone inside this piece inspired by Star Wars Episode VIII ensures you can answer and make calls via speakerphone.

  • Connect wirelessly from up to 33' away. Pair this speaker with your smartphone, tablet or other Bluetooth-enabled device.
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery. Gives you plenty of play time for listening to tunes while on the go.
  • Built-in microphone. Accepts hands-free calls through the speaker.

To purchase the Bluetooth speaker click here.


SW-B50.FXV7M-Bluetooth Headphone
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Protect the ears of your little Jedi with these headphones with BB-8-inspired graphics. Bluetooth Built-in volume limiter makes listening safe for little ears. While long-lasting rechargeable battery and adjustable headband and padded ear cushions provide a custom fit and foldable design for portability makes it out of galaxy experience!
  • Bluetooth: Wirelessly stream audio from a smartphone, tablet, or computer.
  • Kid Friendly: Volume reduced to ensure safe listening levels for kids.
  • Built-in Microphone: For talking to friends & Family.
  • Battery & Cable: Built-in rechargeable battery allows up to 18 hours of continuous playtime. Bonus detachable 3.5mm audio cable connects to any device with a headphone jack.
  • Quality: Adjustable headband and padded ear cushions for maximum comfort. Foldable design ideal for convenient travel and storage.
To purchase the headphones click here.


SW-140.3XV7M Youth Headphone 



High-quality headphones featuring a built-in volume limiter that protects hearing and makes listening to music safe for little ears. An adjustable headband ensures the perfect fit while pivoting ear cushions deliver maximum comfort. Star Wars graphics complete these headphones for an out of this world listening experience.
  • Star Wars graphics on the headphones will enhance your child's imagination as they get lost in a galaxy far, far away
  • Kid-friendly design features a built-in volume limiter to help protect your child's hearing
  • 30mm drivers with neodymium magnets deliver high-quality audio
  • Over-ear design fully seals in the music and blocks out external noise
  • Soft foam cushion earphones and adjustable headband will comfortably fit on any size child's head
  • 3.5mm plug size can connect with any audio device, from tablets to phones and more
To purchase the headphones click here.
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