These Fallout Power Armor Speakers Will Have You Jammin’ Like Vault Dwellers (VIDEO)

Reclamation Day draws near as Fallout 76 approaches its launch date this November. Not only is Bethesda holding an auction to raise funds for charity Habitat for Humanity, there are plenty of other goods to get your radiated hands on. It just so happens to include an epic speaker in the likeness of a T-51 Fallout power armor helmet.

Flaunting hand-motion controls and the most appropriate system to blast Country Roads to your aching heart’s content, this wireless power armor speaker is perfect for anyone looking to jam out like a vault dweller on Reclamation Day. Check out the tutorial video below for an in-depth guide and look at these babes:

“The T-51 Power Armor is one of the most useful and versatile tools that can be used in the wasteland,” says Bethesda. “Now it can play the latest top 40 banger too! Blue tooth compatible and featuring motion controls for the volume so even when you’re getting your hands dirty out in the wasteland you can still adjust the amplification of your tunes.” Need to find out more about what these bad boys offer? The T-51 Fallout power armor speakers feature:

  • Standing about 7.5″ tall
  • Design based on the T-51 Power Armor Helmet
  • Gesture controlled
  • Sensor located on the front, base of the Power Armor
  • Wave your hand up and down in front of the sensor to control the volume
  • Wave your hand from side to side in front of the sensor to control which song you decide to enjoy in the wasteland
  • When paired with phone, the name will show ‘T-51 Speaker’
  • Blue tooth compatible
  • USB cord included
  • 5V power input (5V / 1.5A)
  • Micro USB port located on the back of the speaker
  • 3-Way switch on the back for on, off and gesture control
  • When gesture mode is enabled using the three way switch, the sensor is on, and motion detection is ready
  • User manual included with purchase
  • Imported
  • Ages 17+

To get your very own T-51 Fallout Power Armor speakers, make sure to check out the official Bethesda gear store here. It’s available for pre-order now for $175.99. Are you prepared to rebuild now that the fallout has settled (again)? What’s going to be the best part of enjoying Fallout 76 when it comes out next month? Let us know what you think in the comments section below or start a conversation on DFTG Facebook page. To stay up to date on gaming news as it happens, follow us on Twitter! Here’s some of our latest:

Fallout 76 arrives November 14th, 2018 for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

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Hoi is an elusive figure at DFTG, whose favorite past-times include chillin' in the Fade, reading manga, watching anime, collecting novelty items, and gaming.

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