Listen to Spotify without streaming with the Mighty Vibe Player, now $76.99

Listen to Spotify without streaming with the Mighty Vibe Player, now $76.99

Not many of us are rocking the iPod anymore. It was a game-changer back in the 2000s, but now, music on the go almost always means streaming via a service like Spotify. But of course, streaming also means Wi-Fi — and if your signal gets iffy or your data plan is constantly leaning into overage territory, then the nostalgic days of music in your pocket can seem pretty handy.

No fear either way with The Mighty Vibe Spotify Offline Player. It’s actually merging the bottomless catalog of music on Spotify with the benefits of a detached music player. You can check out everything The Mighty is bringing to the table right now at almost $10 off, just $76.99 from TNW Deals.

It may remind you of the old iPod Shuffle (it’s only 1.5 inches across), but with its Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capabilities, it can load up and play 8GBs worth of music, up to 1,000 songs, whether you’ve got your smartphone with you or not.

The Mighty’s app syncs the player to your phone connects to your Spotify account and then, you’re off and running. The unit locks in your songs with over five hours of battery life to keep the tunes pumping.

The Mighty is even working at night, automatically updating your playlists while you sleep so your freshest tracks will always be with you when you need them.

Whether you’re traveling, working out or just hanging out, The Mighty connects wirelessly to any Bluetooth headphones or speaker. Or for the analog among us, you can even plug in via the 3.5mm headset jack.

Usually priced at $85.99, jump in on this limited time offer now to knock almost $10 off the price and get it for only $76.99. It’s even available in three snazzy colors: zazzy black, Mooshu red or gully blue.

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