Dedicated Suction Cup Bluetooth Speaker Description
The silicone suction speaker allow you to connect Bluetooth enabled smartphones, tablets and computer easily. There is a handy silicone suction foot that doubles as a stand for your device if you are watching a movie or want to read the lyrics of your favorite song. It can be used in wet locations such as shower or pool, because the suction cup allows for easy attachment to smooth flat surfaces. The speaker can transmit up to 32 feet and answer calls through built-in Bluetooth microphone.
About this item
Enhanced hd music experience: Advanced digital sound, noise/wind reduction technology, and unique loudspeaker cavity structure to deliver premium acoustic sound and enriched music listening experiences w/ full spectrum coverage, crispy high note, crystal clear mid-range and balanced bass.
Water resistant: Full featured ergonomic human engineering design with re-enforced detachable suction cup, water-resistant HD loudspeaker, and splash-proof surface to increase mobility and usability for everyday indoor or outdoor use such as shower, beach, pool, boat, bathroom, car, office, and much more!
Universal compatibility High efficiency and eco-friendly advanced Bluetooth wireless technology that is forward/backward compatible to all Bluetooth-enabled media player devices such as Smartphones, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, MacBook, Android, Tablet, Laptop, Desktop, PC, MP3 players and much more!
Accessible: Intuitive built-in mic and dedicated control buttons for 6 hours of wireless music streaming and/or crystal clear hands-free talking call management from up to 33 feet of remote distance with free clear line of sight.
Recommend this Bluetooth speaker as a gift reason
For a lot of people, the Bluetooth is the next evolutionary step in mobile phone technology: a phone that you stick in your ear. Of course, there are also obvious drawbacks to the technology. For one thing, it makes group phone calls more difficult. You used to be able to simply switch your device to speaker-phone mode and then everyone in the room could hear and interact with the call. If you did that now, it would translate as a voice screaming out of your ear, while everyone in the room would be leaning forward to shout their answers back into your ear.
What you need is an external speaker. How many times has a private conversation with a client, co-worker, or vendor turned into a conference call? Normally, a conference call involves putting one person on hold while you connect with a third person. But sometimes you are in the middle of a discussion when someone walks past your cubicle whom you realize has some insight into the current project. For those spontaneously-generated conference calls, you will just switch your phone to its speaker.