Nov 21, 2017 03:16 PM EST
(VIDEO Review) Bluetooth Speaker System by Celtic Blu - 16W 100ft Range w/ Surround Sound - Comes w/ Built-In Power Bank, TF Slot, FM, Bike Cage & Remote (Black)
16W POWER SURROUND SOUND - Celtic Blu's feature-rich designs and reliability are second to none. BAS Technology generates a louder more penetrating sound that produces a "room filling audio" projection.
BOTTLE SHAPE 1.3 POUNDS
LONG LASTING BATTERY - 30 Hours playtime BLUETOOTH CONNECTION - 100 feet TF SLOT for MicroSD Card - store up to 8,000 songs
POWER BANK - charge your smartphone and other devices FM RADIO - built-in antenna AUX 3.5mm audio jack cable - provides multiple modes to listen to your favorite audio media
WATERPROOF IPX4 - Rating test basically involves constant splashing for at least five minutes MICROPHONE - Phone answering VERSATILE BIKE CAGE CARABINER CLIP
AUXILIARY REMOTE CONTROLLER - NOW with VOLUME CONTROL safer and more convenient, especially when riding a bicycle GUARANTEED - We know not everything works out, but we want you to know you're buying from a company that cares. We offer a full LIFETIME REPLACEMENT warranty on every speaker we sell! If something isn't up to your standards, all you have to do is let us know, and we'll make it right, guaranteed. Manual ENGLISH/SPANISH Music For the Beat of Your Lifestyle
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