A $8,000, 3D Printed Phone Trumpet is perfect for your gold HTC One


With accessories market deluged with Apple iPhone focused add-ons, we rarely come across accessories for other smartphones that are good enough to take notice. But since its debut, the HTC One has been lauded as a worthy competitor of the iPhone and now finally we have an extravagant audio accessory for the smartphone that pitches it into the same league. As a part of HTC’s “Here’s To Creativity” campaign to support young artists in the UK, the company has come up with an electronic-free acoustic amplifier which has been designed by Justin Wolter. Named the Gramohorn II, the dual horn shaped cones are 3D printed in a plaster-based composite material and finished by hand in any color of the customer’s choice.

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It docks to the One’s BoomSound front speakers and amplifies the sound by 50 percent while adding some bass to the music. The Gramohorn II made out of a plaster composite and finished by hand is priced at £999 ($1,600 approx), but the phone maker is also offering a limited edition stainless steel Gramohorn for £4999 or about $8,030. The cradle is inter-changeable and also supports HTC One Mini and One Max.

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[Available at Gramohorn]

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The plaster based Grarohorn sells for $1600.