This cassette tape player connects to your Bluetooth headphones

This cassette tape player connects to your Bluetooth headphones

Photo: NINM Lab

The perfect item for nostalgic music listeners.

If you miss listening to vintage mixtapes, IT’S OK! NINM Lab has developed the IT’S OK Bluetooth 5.0 Portable Cassette Player which hooks up your old cassette tapes to your modern-day Bluetooth headphones.

There are three colours to choose from: sakura pink, cloud white and evening navy blue. The transparent cover means you can watch your tapes spin around while the sweet tunes keep on coming.

Not only can you listen to music on your wireless headphones, but you can also link your cassette player up to a Bluetooth speaker for others to enjoy too. There’s even a 3.5mm headphone jack for those who want to be really old-school.

NINM Lab is raising funds for the IT’S OK Bluetooth 5.0 Portable Cassette Player on Kickstarter. Pre-orders on Kickstarter start from roughly $91 and the project concludes on Monday August 5.

Introducing IT’S OK – The World’s First Bluetooth 5.0 Cassette Player

IT'S OK is the world’s first cassette player with Bluetooth 5.0 capability that not only supports traditional 3.5mm headphones but is also compatible with Bluetooth 5.0 headphones or speakers. .Whether you are alone or in an open space, you can freely enjoy the penetrating voice and warm sound from the cassette tape..▶️ Reappearance of the romance of the ‘80s portable cassette in more perfection▶️ Unrestricted enjoyment of music▶️ Able to record warm messages in personalised format with a cassette tape▶️ Three classic colors with a transparent case design. Start from US$63 with up to 30% off!⏩BACK US ON KICKSTARTER NOW ⏩——–【全新登場】在隨身卡式帶機面世 40 周年的日子,NINM Lab 帶來全新的 IT’S OK 藍牙 5.0 可攜式卡式錄音機,更貼心地以另一種方法重現 80 年代的隨身卡式浪漫。你除了可使用 3.5mm 傳統的有線耳機,更可配合藍牙 5.0 耳機或揚聲器使用,讓你在一個人的獨處時刻、或是廣闊的空間,都可無拘束地享受具穿透力而溫柔的卡式帶聲音。.▶️ 更美好地,重現 80 年代的隨身卡式浪漫 ▶️ 一台卡式機、兩種可能:個人 / 空間 ▶️ 隨機附送可錄音卡式帶、以人性化的載體、錄下充滿溫度的信息▶️ 三款經典配色、透明上蓋設計.Kickstarter 集資限定 7 折優惠、馬上支持⏩

Posted by NINM Lab on Tuesday, 2 July 2019