Saturday 6th February will mark Bob Marley’s birthday and we wanted to share some information on House of Marley, the sustainably minded audio maker created in collaboration with the Marley family to carry on Bob’s legacy of love for music and the planet.

To celebrate the occasion, House of Marley will be offering 25% off all products with the code BOB76, from Friday 5th – Sunday 7th February at

For more than 10 years, House of Marley has consciously crafted audio products from sustainable materials such as FSC certified wood, bamboo and cork, as well as Marley’s signature REWIND™ fabric made from organic cotton, reclaimed hemp and recycled plastic bottles.

 The Project Marley Global Giving initiative was created in honour of the legendary Bob Marley and his respect for the earth and its people. In addition to creating audio products that are better for the earth, House of Marley are also devoted to supporting global reforestation via One Tree Planted, a charitable initiative contributing to the planting of trees around the world. Since 2017 and through donations made to One Tree Planted, the company has helped to plant 223,000 trees. House of Marley recognises the responsibility to reduce its corporate footprint by contributing to positive environmental, social and economic impacts through carbon offsets, cleaner air, water filtration and greater biodiversity within the world’s forests and oceans, and also supports ocean conservation via the Surfrider Foundation.

Redemption ANC True Wireless Earbuds – RRP £179.99

House of Marley’s Redemption ANC are the first sustainably minded ANC true wireless earbuds. Crafted from bamboo, natural wood fibre composite and REGRIND™ silicone and IPX4 rated, these earbuds are ideal for all activities. Complete with 7 hours battery or 28 hours with the case, you’ll never be without your tunes. SEE OUR REVIEW

House of Marley Stir It Up Wireless Turntable – RRP £229.99 – Available from: Argos

Crafted using bamboo, REWIND™ fabric and recyclable aluminium, the turntable not only looks good but is sustainable too. USB to PC recording means that not only can you listen to classic vinyl’s, you can also record and digitise music that can be listened to on laptops, phones or portable media devices.


By Jim O Brien/CEO

CEO and expert in transport and Mobile tech. A fan 20 years, mobile consultant, Nokia Mobile expert, Former Nokia/Microsoft VIP,Multiple forum tech supporter with worldwide top ranking,Working in the background on mobile technology, Weekly radio show, Featured on the RTE consumer show, Cavan TV and on TRT WORLD. Award winning Technology reviewer and blogger. Security and logisitcs Professional.

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