I'm subjected to a seemingly endless parade of inexpensive Bluetooth speakers. I see occasional deals for as little as $10, and while none of them are audiophile quality, they mostly all sound "good enough" for playing background music around the house, in the backyard or. Sometimes a speaker will surprise me with how many cool features it has. Like the Zoeetree Wireless Bluetooth Speaker, which usually sells for $20 and has True Wireless Stereo, a microSD slot and even an FM radio built in. Right now you can get the when you apply promo code Z46WNSKF at checkout.
Don't expect a lot of fancy styling. This is a generic brick-shaped speaker with a row of push-button controls on top. But it has a microSD slot (which Zoeetree refers to as a TF card slot, which is a name that's technically accurate but used so rarely that it looks weird when you see it on a product like this) for playing music without your phone. The FM radio gives you another phone-free music option.
If you like, you can buy a pair of these speakers ($24 with the discount) and use the TWS connection mode to turn them into left and right stereo speakers. Zoeetree promises about 12 hours of battery life on a single charge. It has a 4.2-star rating on Amazon with a solid rating from Fakespot; this looks like a solid deal all around.
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