There are plenty of compact Bluetooth speakers in the world, but none quite have the provenance of Croft House's offerings. They're made from maple wood that Michael Jackson himself spent hours dancing on. Now that's HIStory.
So while it can't be one hundred per cent confirmed, there's a very good chance that the Croft House Black Betty, Muddy Ducky, or Thunderstump speakers have been moonwalked upon by the King of Pop himself. And if you're not an MJ fan (which hey what's wrong with you?) but like the rustic burlap and vintage fabrics used on these speakers, you can also opt for the fir model, which features reclaimed wood from a Capitol Records recording studio in Hollywood.
The Bluetooth functionality is a $US50 option, and since Croft House can't actually confirm which pieces of timber Michael Jackson rehearsed on, the speakers are reasonably priced, ranging from $US250 to $US1,400. Just don't expect a letter of authenticity. [Croft House via Chip Chick]