Crossloop Volar wireless speaker with 12-hour battery backup goes official in India

“The Crossloop Volar speaker is said to be ultra-compact and IPX4-certified for water- and dust-resistance”

Audio accessory startup Crossloop has added another travel-friendly speaker called Volar to its range in India. The portable speaker – designed for millennials – boasts “ultra-compact” and “stylish” form factor. The speaker is IPX4 certified for water- and dust-resistance and offers wireless connectivity via Bluetooth to a variety of audio sources including smartphones, tablets, and PCs.

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The Crossloop Volar speaker price in India is set at Rs 3,499. It comes in black-red colour combination and is already for sale with leading retailers and Crossloop’s official website across the country. As for the specifications, the speaker has a built-in battery that is rated to last up to 12 hours with 80 percent volume on a single charge. The company claims that the unit delivers great hi-res sound with a passive subwoofer for a distortion-free bass even at maximum volume.

Apart from Bluetooth, the Volar speaker also has 3.5mm Aux-in for wired connectivity and supports hands-free calling. There are also in-line controls for changing tracks and adjust volume and support to carry the speaker around comfortably.

Commenting on the launch Shubham Khare Crossloop India’s CEO said “Today’s young generation is driven by itchy feet and a restless soul. As much as they love traveling, they also love to stay trendy, flash chic gadgets and brag about it to the world. Stylish travel accessories have become more prevalent and with Volar, we make ‘Travel in Style’ real.”

The company further aims to launch a series of innovative products inspired by fashion and lifestyle in the next few months. “In sync with our brand vision and making technology a lifestyle, we aim to launch a series of fashion-oriented innovative products in the upcoming months. Each unique to its style, with inspiring designs and curated sound experiences,” Khare added.

Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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