If you’re a music fan, chances are you stream at least most of your favorite tunes online every day. Streaming apps like Spotify have come to dominate the music industry, yet on-the-go listening still requires lugging around a bulky smartphone or laptop. Not any more. Mighty: The First On-The-Go Spotify Music Player lets you play your Spotify music without a smartphone, or even an Internet connection, and it’s finally available for purchase on a few sites.

Even if you’re one of the lucky remaining few smartphone users who enjoys limitless data, streaming music from your phone is still a hassle when you’re out and about, and you’re always at the mercy of a reliable cell signal. Mighty stores your music offline, so you don’t have to worry about bad reception, and pairs quickly and easily with Bluetooth headsets and speakers (as well as wired, 3.5mm headphones).

And with a storage capacity of over 1,000 songs and a battery life of five hours, you won’t have to worry about your tunes cutting out any time soon.

Free your Spotify playlist from the confines of your smartphone with Mighty: The First On-The-Go Spotify Music Player, while it’s available here for $78 with “MIGHTY10”.

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  • Krits

    Why would I want an other device to charge…. Is it only me that finds it useless?

    • Vince Reedy

      So they invented an iPod Shuffle

  • Tony Trenkle Jr.

    Lol this is stupid. If you already pay for Spotify, you get offline listening. So why pay for this?? Makes no sense. Unless you miss the iPod Shuffle Days.

    • Anonymouse

      Can you store offline spotify on for example iPod shuffle?

      • Tony Trenkle Jr.

        Well no, but if you have an iPhone and say you already pay for Spotify, why would you need this device? You already get offline storage as part of your plan. The only reason you’d get this is if you don’t have a smartphone.

      • Anonymouse

        I’ll give one example, sometimes I go soccer training to the park on my own which involves kicking and sprinting and a mobile on my waistband is cumbersome and I woulld just prefer the weightlessness of a tiny device and iem. Probably the only time I use that combination every week or so.

  • nonchalont

    Yup, useless product, but hey, they engineers tried. I don’t mind carrying my “bulky” cell phone

  • Steve Harold

    I want one! I also want a GPS, Voice Recorder, Calculator, alarm clock, address book, photo album, ect. To carry around!

    • Diego Milano

      A wrist band or a wearable like the Apple Watch or any alternative would do, the problem with these is they are very expensive. 🙁 But I would rather pay that extra price… I guess. (for the record, I don’t have any).

  • Siri Tim Cook Holness

    I don’t need it I have unlimited data plus I use apple music

    • Diego Milano

      That’s why the new Apple Watch has LTE capabilities, cause some people want to be plugged without having to carry around such a big device as a smartphone. But a watch is a watch, and this… this looks old-fashioned.

  • Ozzie Khoo

    Ipod shuffle already exists

  • Michael Ray

    Isn’t that just a modified Pebble Core?

  • Diego Milano

    Haha, the cast is so cheap; I think the idea is not that bad especially in a world where everything is moving towards online content and streaming, however I wouldn’t buy this at all, even though yes— Spotify is all I need for music, but… I don’t know, it feels like a product which won’t last long (in the market). Of course, that’s just my opinion. They should have designed it in a more futuristic and minimalistic way, like a wrist band or something like that, with less buttons and and more gesture-oriented interface.