Monday, June 22, 2015

WAVEstream Wireless Speaker

I love to use blue tooth speakers with my phone because we listen the music from YouTube or iTunes on it very often. I have blown speakers before trying to make the music loud enough for everyone to hear so a speaker prevents that problem.

I love the design and shape of this speaker. It is big enough to be noticed but is really compact and does not take up much space. I love that it is not round like most blue tooth speakers. Not that I have anything against round but this is a very unique shape and is very nice to look at. I also like the contrast of the blue back with the black grill that covers the speaker. I leave it displayed on my vanity.

I like the rubber feet at the bottom, they not only give the speaker stability they stop it from scratching furniture. That means I can put in on my wood without worrying about it getting damaged. It's not a heavy speaker but it is solid and well made. With that being said it is still very portable.

The buttons are displayed on top so they are readily available when you want to change the song or need to pause the music for any reason. They are easy to push and are sensitive enough to work on the first try. On off switch is in the back also easy to access and easy to use.

The sound quality is really nice and it projects enough to fill an entire medium size room with sound with no static. One thing is I wish it had it's on volume control instead of relying solely on the phones volume. I feel it could be much louder if it had an independent volume, regardless it produces powerful sound.
Battery life seems to be pretty impressive. Once put to charge a red light indicates the speaker is charging. It didn't take much time at all to charge for my first use so I think it was charged when it arrived. GREAT idea don't you think? first thing people want to is use their new toy!!

Get your own WAVEStream Wireless Speaker here.

I received this product complimentary in exchange for my honest opinion but the opinion expressed is all my own.

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