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Ever since the era of the boombox, we’ve been looking for ways to enjoy tunes on the go. This pocket-sized 21st-century equivalent plugs into any music player for quality sound whenever and wherever you need it. Runners, cyclists, and other active types will love the innovative magnet feature that easily attaches to clothes or equipment.
Sound is weak. Easy to setup. Small and handy to carry around but not really sure how it's different from a device speaker.3
The sound isn't too great but better than most micro built-in speakers. The magnet is a good idea and has been useful. Here's something to know: it doesn't come with instructions because it's pretty obvious how to use it...except that it needs to be charged after several hours. For a long time I thought it was broken but then I finally thought, "I wonder why they included a USB cable...OHHHH!!!!" Embarrassing but it seems I'm not alone. There have been reviews about it not working and I'm guessing it probably needed to be charged.3
This is a good idea but for it has severe limitations. The end effect of good sound is not achieved. These sound tinny at best but can provide sonic relief at a keyboard in a crowded work environment. These have a use but it is limited.3
Product seemed like a great idea, but it won't hold a charge. It seems to last for about 10 minutes.3
I used the iSpeeker when working outside or in a garage to listen to music without wearing headphones and it was great. For about 30-45 minutes until the battery died. I used it three times and this happened all three times. Other than that its a great design that can be really useful.3
Struggling to figure out when I'd use this product versus a Bluetooth portable speaker, headphones and docking station (maybe at the golf course attached to the cart) --- the magnet feature is nice and the sound isn't bad so maybe it will grow on me. Also nice that it charges via USB and doesn't require batteries. Overall I think in the $15-$20 price point it can provide value.3
It comes in a nice black color with no instructions on the box. What would make it great as a speaker would be if there was an app that would let you turn your phone or ipod into a microphone.3
The product works good, however i find the situations in which i use it to be limited. This could be because i have a good substitute in head phones or you cant really use this product at the gym. But this product is awesome to use while running or on a bike or in any other situation where you should have some hearing of your surroundings.3
It's not really a hifi product, and I don't know of any hifi competition, so it's hard to complain. The sound quality is louder and slightly better than just my phone's speaker, and for $25, it's hard to complain. If you're a runner and you want to listen to music without headphones, this is a great option.3
I was very excited to see this product in the box and test it out. But after I have charged it and checked the audio cable (which is working fine) there is still no sound. Am I the only one?3