Splash Shower Tunes Review
I’m a music junkie. I live my life with a soundtrack both in my head and in the air. I love everything from Frank Sinatra to Slayer and everything in between (let’s not talk about how I couldn’t walk the day after last year’s Slayer/Rob Zombie show, okay?). Until recently, I had an extremely high-tech way of taking my music with me into the shower. It was called… a bowl. Yep. A bowl. Supposedly the concave shape of a bowl is good for amplifying my tuneage, whether it be the Cranberries or Minor Threat.
When I saw FreshETech Splash Shower Tunes Bluetooth Shower Speaker, I was like… ehhhh.. but my BOWL works just fine!
Have you ever tried to change the song on your iPhone while you’re in the shower? You either a) dry your hands off repeatedly on a nearby towel, b) splatter water all over your expensive phone and hope your case protects it, or c) just resolve to listen to that crappy song you don’t want to hear. Now, I’m not going to tell you which of those people I am (cough.. B) but I resigned myself to the fact that maybe those folks over at FreshETech might know what they were doing. Besides, if I hated it, I always had my trusty bowl.
This little guy doesn’t look like much, and he’s not that big (approximately 4″ across or so) but he can do some pretty awesome stuff for $39.95:
- Waterproof Bluetooth speaker.
- Automatically pairs your device with the speaker when in range of speaker.
- Control all functions on the speaker: Skip, Play, or Volume Control.
- Answer an incoming call (yes, you can now chat on the phone while you’re soaping yourself up. Handy or creepy? You decide.
- Annoy your teenage daughter by cranking Miley Cyrus and singing Wrecking Ball at the top of your lungs. Not that I’ve done that.
It comes with an easy peasy USB charger so you don’t have to mess with batteries.
And you know what?
It sounds better than my bowl.
Head over to FreshETech and take 25% off your new Splash Shower Tunes with the code “OnePunkyMama”
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