Rombo’s new Eco-Black guitar picks are 100 per cent recycled

Aiming to reduce the environmental impact of plastic picks.

Rombo Eco Black

Image: Rombo Picks

German guitar pick manufacturer Rombo has unveiled the Eco-Black range, a set of guitar picks made entirely from recycled pre-consumer fibre waste.

The recycled materials mean, Rombo says, a 90% reduction in CO2 emissions, a 65% reduction in energy consumption, and a 61% reduction in total resources used in manufacturing.

The picks feature Rombo’s signature 3D surface for improved ergonomics and grip along with the Rombo’s Micronodules Grip Structure. The four picks found in the set each come in a unique shape: Diamond, Waves, Origami and Classic. Each is also a different thickness, with the Diamond being 2mm, the Waves being 1.25mm, the Origami being 0.75mm and the classic being 0.45mm.

The picks are only available in black due to the nature of the recycled plastics.

The set of Eco-Black picks lists for €10. More information at


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