Harion: Japanese company sells $168,000 glass speaker set

Tokyo-based glassware manufacturer Hario (which means “the king of glass”) today unveiled a newly developed set of glass speakers that costs 16 million yen (US$168,000).The so-called Harion speakers are made of heat-resistant material and took three years and eight months to design and produce.

It took 23 subcontractors to create the hand-made set. The company claims it’s the first resistant-glass model of its kind.

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Date: 3 December 2008
Source: Crunchgear.com

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