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Topic # 94991 23-Dec-2011 13:38
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Just purchased a Logitech Wireless Boombox to use at the beach, out in the garden, kids rooms etc.

WOW, the sound quality is excellent for something so small.

The volume is more than loud enough to fill a large room and could certainly be used in a party type situation with a lot of background noise.

Best of all it also comes with a built in rechargeable battery which lasts for 6 hours.

I ordered through itexpress and got it delivered for $230 using express courier.

If you are looking for a decent wireless speaker set for any bluetooth device or something that uses a 3.5mm cable (provided in the box) look no further.

Merry christmas to all as well.

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  Reply # 561079 23-Dec-2011 22:10
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Just bought one earlier in the week. Not a bad unit at all.

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  Reply # 561084 23-Dec-2011 22:26
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I have one on loan from Logitech - can confirm a very nice piece of kit. Saw it in PB Tech today for $225... tempted to buy it but I already have two bluetooth speakers as it is!




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  Reply # 561879 27-Dec-2011 16:36
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Half price Logitech at Harvey Normans makes them $150 there.

Pity it is NiMH battery

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