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Inateck MercuryBox Aluminum Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 Speaker (Dual 5W, IPX5 water resistant, Mic, Silver) $42.99 AC w/FS @ Inateck online via amazon (prime elig)

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Last Edited by zqk September 15, 2015 at 10:59 PM
I ran some searches and didn't see this posted.

product details from amazon listing:
  • Portable aluminum Bluetooh 4.0 Speaker (fully backward compatible) with up to 33ft/ 10m bluetooth signal
  • Dual 5-watt precision-tuned drivers
  • IPX5 water resistant speaker
  • Built-in 1800mAh rechargeable Lithium Ion battery offers up to 15 hours of play time
  • Built-in high sensitivity Microphone
  • goes great in a fruit bowl (see images)
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The bass on this is a bit disappointing. The Urge Basic sounds better. It really looks awesome and sounds decent for the slim size, but if sound > sleekness, look elsewhere. Also, the volume buttons have to be pressed for about 2 secs before it adjusts, otherwise it skips songs. I think having a separate set of track buttons is the best way to go.
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The bass on this is a bit disappointing. The Urge Basic sounds better. It really looks awesome and sounds decent for the slim size, but if sound > sleekness, look elsewhere. Also, the volume buttons have to be pressed for about 2 secs before it adjusts, otherwise it skips songs. I think having a separate set of track buttons is the best way to go.
I find that the button press issue (skip vs volume) is a pretty clear indicator of whether the brand/product was made for Chinese audience or an American one. I contacted the seller of a pair of Bluetooth headphones that had the same issue and in broken english he said that it wasn't an error and that it was just how they were designed. The funny thing is that I bought another pair that looks exactly the same except for the brand (variants of those headphones pop up pretty much everyday on SD) from a different brand/seller, and their's didn't have the problem. But then again, the second set came with perfect English on the box and in the manual. So I guess the difference is that the second company actually told their manufacturer to correct the mistake.
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