Where do Boom-boxes come from?

Design Exchange of Toronto, which calls itself “Canada’s national centre for the promotion of design,” claims that the Project G stereo, which Clairtone Sound Corporation produced, was “conceptually original, technically and functionally perfect, and aesthetically superior.”
It was “the epitome of a design icon.”

No sure about you, but I do quite like it, in a strange Monday morning way. The world’s first boom-box or all in one lifestyle stereo perhaps? Nice emotional advertising layout iPod style eh?
So what happened to this so-called design icon?
Check out the rest of the article here at Nova Scotia News.

  • dailydesignspot

    June 7, 2008 at 10:04 pm Reply

    its funny to me that this was taking place in nova scotia.. i am from halifax but live in savannah now.. it sure is a wonderful product.. we have one at our little cottage.. and it still works wonderfully!

  • DT

    May 30, 2008 at 6:02 pm Reply

    Hah-hah, I myself am on ebay looking for one!

  • Niels

    May 26, 2008 at 8:00 pm Reply

    I never knew there was so much national proud for the Canadians with this product. Interesting to read that this product was one of the few products being sold in the States made by Canadians.
    Thanks DT.
    >> Niels last wrote: Ripple faucet – visualization of water temperature

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