Try It Tuesday: Bluetooth Shower Speaker with Selfie Portrait Shutter

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Product Name: Self-timer with Selfie Portrait Shutter, Bluetooth Shower Speaker, Water Resistant Portable Wireless Self-timer with Selfie Portrait Sucker Speaker, Build-in Microphone, for Hands-free Calling
Manufacturer: GRDE
Weight / Size: 6.2 ounces / 3.6 x 3.6 x 2.7 inches
Source: Product provided by the manufacturer for review

Fashional sunflower design: mini and lightweight, you can suck it on the wall, decorating your rooms

• Built-in Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery for up to 6 hours of playtime with about 3 hours charging time. Built-in microphone for hands-free speaker phone calling
• Wide Compatibility: Wide Compatibility: Compatible with iPhone, iPad, Android Smartphones, tablets, Windows phone, Bluetooth transmitter and other Bluetooth enabled stereo music devices (the bluetooth rang is line 10 meters)
• Waterproof: IPX4 rating – protect against splashing water. Great for shower room, pool side, boat, bath tub, playground, etc. Feel free to enjoy music or make phones calls while you are bath. The speaker aslo has Answer,call,end,reject,redial function
• Take Photos: With this speaker, you can take a self-photograph or group photos easily in a better photo sight when you are outdoors.(After you pair with bluetooth, please MF button until you hear “Camera mould”,then about 5 seconds, you will hear “dingdong”,which means you can take a photo now)

 

Review: The idea of a Bluetooth shower speaker fashioned as a cute yellow flower seemed worth trying. However, I’m not much of a techie kind of gal, so I need very clear instructions in order to make things work. Unfortunately, the instructions to the device were written in much the same way as the description above. In other words, English was not the primary language. As a result, it was a bit challenging to get the device paired with my iPhone.

Once that hurdle was overcome, I tested out the music feature before stepping in the shower. Even with the volume turned all the way up, the sound quality wasn’t enough to make this a “must have” device. Add the water noise, and the end result was less than stellar.

I did, however, like the concept of the suction cup. The speaker was easy to move around as needed for testing purposes. As for the camera aspect of the device, I was never able to get it to work. My overall impression was that the product concept is good, but more time needs to be devoted to making it perform as expected.

 

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