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IceFox S1 Bluetooth speaker review

by myocko / October 5, 2015 6:00 AM PDT

Hi Guys,

With the acquisition of a new computer, I've been rekindling my inner technical nerd of late. Accordingly, I wanted to complete a mini-review of a recent pair of waterproof speakers I bought:
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81ophec4xzL._SL1388_.jpg
The Icefox S1 Outdoor portable bluetooth and wireless speaker has powerful sounds and a built in microphone.
With an 1400 mAh battery, I've managed to use this outdoors over the long-weekend whilst camping and down at the beach without having to recharge or worry about battery life one bit.

Best of all, the sound quality isn't compromised at all; maintaining high clarity and bass even when exposed to underwater conditions. I haven't deliberately put it underwater at the risk of it not living up to it's manufacturing claims but I have incidentally exposed it to water and it sure as hell withstood being dropped into a swimming pool. To enhance portability and compatibility with other devices, a snap hook and 3.5mm audio jack are fitted which means you can attach this device to your backpack whilst connected to your phone or mp3.
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/71F1qwEYHyL._SL1500_.jpg
Manufacturer warranty conditions 14-months for this device with a "free-exchange service". I don't think i'll ever need to use it but it's good to know.

Let me know your thoughts
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In reply to: Something broke there.

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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 5, 2015 1:32 PM PDT
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mini bluetooth speakers
by Lianxingwei / October 27, 2015 7:42 PM PDT

Nice product, friend.

But have you ever think about to try a nonwaterproof device, I mean, that will much more cheaper, but the sound quality is good as the one waterproof.

http://www.bluetoothspeakerchina.com/upfile/20151026172949254.jpg

T-2219A comes with 2000mAh, LED changing flashing light dacing around the device.
BGB certificate passed.

There will be a new chance for trying this.

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