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G-ZIP

Our fun-sized speaker, G-ZIP is small enough to fit in your hand and loud enough to start a party. Super lightweight and compact, toss it in your bag, purse or backpack - or clip onto a strap. G-ZIP plays with a retractable line-in cable.

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  • Connects to Everything
    (That you actually care about)

    G-ZIP plays with any device that has a 3.5mm headphone jack. Really, it's that easy.

  • Zip Lines!

    G-ZIP has a built-in retractable cable that pulls out to plug in and zips up when you're ready to go (not to mention, the zip line is totally fun to play with).

  • Batteries Not Included

    Because you don't need them! G-ZIP has a built-in, lithium-ion rechargeable battery that lasts up to 8 hours and charges through a USB port.

  • Built Tough

    Whether you're adventurous or just straight up clumsy, G-ZIP's rugged housing and protective rubber base will roll with the punches. So rock on.

Just bought this G-BOOM and it's the truth! Blows everything else out of the water. G-Project, you have my attention.

-Christopher Afshar

G-BOOM User

See Madd Chadd and G-ZIP in action

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